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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine Urgently Needs ‘Front-Loaded’ Financial Aid Package, says Ukrainian Finance Minister
    Feb03

    Ukraine Urgently Needs ‘Front-Loaded’ Financial Aid Package, says Ukrainian Finance Minister

    Jaresko says money will not have desired effect if ‘dribbled out over 12 or 15 months’ Ukraine urgently requires a “front-loaded” financial package from the International Monetary Fund to help its economy recover from the challenges posed by a recession and a war with Russian-backed separatists, according to Ukrainian Finance Minister...

    Securing the Euro-Atlantic Community
    Feb03

    Securing the Euro-Atlantic Community

    The Euro-Atlantic region’s existing security architecture simply is not up to the task of resolving the Ukraine crisis or moving the region to a safer, more stable status quo. Russia and the West must formulate and act on new proposals now, before Europe is split for another generation. …read more Source: Project...

    Arm Ukraine and You Risk Another Black Hawk Down
    Feb03

    Arm Ukraine and You Risk Another Black Hawk Down

    Sending weapons to Ukraine could prolong the country’s agony and distract it from the vital task of reconstruction. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    “It’s about defending your nation when you have a foreign aggressor crossing the border, coming in to your country”
    Feb03

    “It’s about defending your nation when you have a foreign aggressor crossing the border, coming in to your country”

    “It’s about defending your nation when you have a foreign aggressor crossing the border, coming in to your country” – the Ukrainian Institute’s Andy Hunder latest interview on Arise News. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqiHXxIpeC0 “Vladimir Putin has dug himself in to a hole, into a very deep hole, and now the question is...

    NATO’s Response Force reloaded: How much support, to counter which threats?
    Feb03

    NATO’s Response Force reloaded: How much support, to counter which threats?

    NATO’s Wales summit last September suddenly acquired a sense of urgency, with Mr. Putin annexing Crimea and supporting the separatists in eastern Ukraine. The key outcome of the summit was a Readiness Action Plan “to ensure the Alliance is ready to respond swiftly and firmly to new security challenges”. But how ready are member nations to...

    The U-2 flies again: The Pentagon keeps the dragon lady
    Feb03

    The U-2 flies again: The Pentagon keeps the dragon lady

    The Pentagon has released its budget request for 2016, and among the items being digested by the D.C.-based defense community is the reprieve of the storied U-2 spy plane. First built in 1955, the U-2 is, next to the B-52 bomber, the longest-lived airplane in the U.S. Air Force’s inventory. Today’s U-2s are dramatically modified from...

    West Fears Another Abkhazia in Eastern Ukraine, Romanian Judges Guilty in Bribery Case
    Feb03

    West Fears Another Abkhazia in Eastern Ukraine, Romanian Judges Guilty in Bribery Case

    Plus, Merkel urges Hungary’s Orban to respect dissent, and crowdfunders aim to save a Belarus bookstore from a crippling fine. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine: Debaltseve’s residents reaching breaking point
    Feb03

    Ukraine: Debaltseve’s residents reaching breaking point

    Headline Title: Ukraine: Debaltseve’s residents reaching breaking point 03 February 2015 …read more Source: Amnesty...

    The West’s Ukrainian Risk Assessment
    Feb03

    The West’s Ukrainian Risk Assessment

    In the debate over whether to support Ukraine’s armed forces, the EU and the United States must ask themselves how much uncertainty they are ready to accept. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Russia’s Asia Pivot: Confrontation or Cooperation?
    Feb03

    Russia’s Asia Pivot: Confrontation or Cooperation?

    Recent tensions between Russia and the West highlight Russia’s growing ties with Asia, particularly China. Before the Ukraine crisis, this pivot to Asia had more to do with Moscow’s assessment that Asia will be the major source of future economic growth. read more …read more Source: Center for Strategic and International...

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