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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Kennan Cable No.4: What’s Next For Donbas?
    Jan31

    Kennan Cable No.4: What’s Next For Donbas?

    As 2014 was drawing to a close, hundreds of thousands of people in Ukraine were spending the holidays far away from their homes. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights reports that as of January 14, 2015, over a million people in Ukraine have fled their homes (Some from Eastern Ukraine, others from Crimea), with the number of internally...

    Conflict Escalates in the Ukraine
    Jan31

    Conflict Escalates in the Ukraine

    As the armed conflict escalates in the Donbas, the West finds that it has run out of ideas on how to help settle the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Ukraine is ‘Bleeding Not Just Blood, But Money’
    Jan30

    Ukraine is ‘Bleeding Not Just Blood, But Money’

    Kyiv official says US, EU financial support ‘crucial’ Ukraine is “bleeding not just blood, but money” as it fights Russian-backed separatists in the eastern part of the country, according to a top Ukrainian official. Since Russia annexed Crimea in March of 2014, the Ukrainian government has been waging a war against separatists that risks...

    Will Putin Bail Out Greece?
    Jan30

    Will Putin Bail Out Greece?

    Last week’s victory by the Greek leftist party Syriza has Europe worrying that a new government in Athens may help Vladimir Putin dismantle the sanctions imposed on him for trying to break up Ukraine. …read more Source: Council on Foreign...

    New ‘Formula’ Needed to Deal with Putin
    Jan30

    New ‘Formula’ Needed to Deal with Putin

    Stephen J. Hadley advocates tougher line to convince Kremlin its strategy in Ukraine will fail The United States and Europe need to take a more forceful stand against Russian President Vladimir Putin to convince him that his strategy of fomenting unrest in Ukraine is not going to succeed, Stephen J. Hadley, who served as National Security Advisor...

    Ukraine Needs Support Now, Latvian Foreign Minister Says
    Jan30

    Ukraine Needs Support Now, Latvian Foreign Minister Says

    Rinkēvičs cites urgent need for backing on territorial integrity, economy Ukraine requires strong support for its territorial integrity and economy well before an Eastern Partnership summit in Riga in May, according to Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs. Describing Ukraine as the “biggest challenge,” Rinkēvičs said, “we need to address...

    Arctic energy: The new geopolitical hotspot?
    Jan30

    Arctic energy: The new geopolitical hotspot?

    The Arctic nations – Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United States – have generally managed to overcome contentious issues amicably, thereby ensuring that the region remains largely peaceful. However, things may be changing now. In fact, according to the UK-based consultant group Polarisk, 2015 may see the Arctic...

    Minsk Plans Another Round of Ukraine Talks, Slovaks to Vote on Gay Marriage
    Jan30

    Minsk Plans Another Round of Ukraine Talks, Slovaks to Vote on Gay Marriage

    Plus, Serbia’s military chief faces new Kosovo allegations, and Mongolia gets a taste of SMS democracy. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Marine, Home From Donetsk Battle, Says ‘A Lot of Russian Military’ Are Fighting in Ukraine War
    Jan30

    Russian Marine, Home From Donetsk Battle, Says ‘A Lot of Russian Military’ Are Fighting in Ukraine War

    Troops from Russia’s Pacific Far East Region Are Prominent in a War 4,200 Miles to the West The Russian island of Sakhalin, in the Pacific Ocean just north of Japan, is fully a continent away from the war raging in southeastern Ukraine. But Konstantin Gorelov, a 22-year-old, active-duty Russian naval infantry commando, made the 4,200-mile...

    The Baltic states on the conflict in Ukraine
    Jan30

    The Baltic states on the conflict in Ukraine

    2015-01-23Joanna Hyndle-HusseinThe Baltic states’ reaction to the threat from Russia has demonstrated that the level of cooperation between them is low. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

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