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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    High Court Weakens Russia’s European Treaty Obligations, EU and Macedonia Clinch Deal on …
    Jul15

    High Court Weakens Russia’s European Treaty Obligations, EU and Macedonia Clinch Deal on …

    Plus, a huge leak exposes Italian spyware firm’s state clients across the region; what’s behind the spate of Russian military plane crashes? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Evaluating President Obama’s statements on the nuclear deal
    Jul15

    Evaluating President Obama’s statements on the nuclear deal

    President Obama’s statements are in bold.Because of this deal, Iran will remove two-thirds of its installed centrifugesThis statement is not really accurate. Something like that proportion of installed centrifuges will be “uninstalled,” but they will still be extant in Iran, monitored by the IAEA. So “removed” is rather stronger than is...

    Ukraine Clashes Raise Questions Over Right Sector Militia
    Jul15

    Ukraine Clashes Raise Questions Over Right Sector Militia

    July 15, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Terrorism, Ukraine, And The American Threat: The View From Russia
    Jul15

    Terrorism, Ukraine, And The American Threat: The View From Russia

    July 15, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    The main criterion for performance of the military–industrial complex should not be profit but meeting the needs of the front
    Jul15

    The main criterion for performance of the military–industrial complex should not be profit but meeting the needs of the front

    The Ukrainian defence sector have achieved some success but its performance is traditionally overstated. This opinion was expressed by Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk, informs the news agency Radio Liberty. “Production growth by 36 times is dramatic but what is behind...

    What Ukraine Can Learn From Poland
    Jul15

    What Ukraine Can Learn From Poland

    When the Soviet Union crumbled in 1991, both Poland and Ukraine were poor. Since then, the Polish economy has boomed, while Ukrainians are poorer than they were twenty-four years ago.Poland got its reforms right in the 1990s, and now plays a significant role in Ukraine’s reform process. This is evident in the close relations between both...

    The Right Intervention in Ukraine
    Jul15

    The Right Intervention in Ukraine

    The ongoing Greek drama may have transfixed Europe and the world, but the great crisis in Europe’s east has not gone away. If Russia is serious about resolving the conflict with Ukraine, it should be prepared to endorse the deployment of an international peacekeeping mission to the Donbas region. …read more Source: Project Syndicate...

    The Kerch ‘Curse’: Russian Occupation Makes Crimea an Island
    Jul15

    The Kerch ‘Curse’: Russian Occupation Makes Crimea an Island

    By its illegal occupation of Crimea, Moscow has transformed that Ukrainian peninsula into an island, the second non-contiguous part of the Russian Federation and one that is already giving the Russian government and the Russian economy serious problems—as Kaliningrad long has (Ekho Moskvy, July 10). Like Kaliningrad, Crimea can be reached by land...

    President Poroshenko, Governor Saakashvili Assess Situation in Odesa (Part Two)
    Jul15

    President Poroshenko, Governor Saakashvili Assess Situation in Odesa (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has entrusted Georgia’s former president, Mikheil Saakashvili, with jolting Odesa province from backwardness into modernity, and to try this amidst a war. This unprecedented reform experiment has turned Odesa into a pivotal province of Ukraine. In Ukraine’s...

    Greek Agreement and Iranian Deal Leave Russia Disappointed and Irrelevant
    Jul15

    Greek Agreement and Iranian Deal Leave Russia Disappointed and Irrelevant

    It was a rare coincidence in world politics that two pivotal and protracted negotiation processes—the European Union’s talks with Greece on managing its debt, and the “P5+1” talks on managing the Iranian nuclear program—both culminated in crucial agreements at the start of this week (July 13–14). Russia was a party (albeit not a very active...

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