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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Extended List of ‘Undesirable’ Foreign NGOs Compiled in Moscow
    Jul09

    Extended List of ‘Undesirable’ Foreign NGOs Compiled in Moscow

    A law banning foreign and international non-governmental organizations (NGO) as “undesirable” in Russia was approved by both houses of parliament and signed by President Vladimir Putin last May. A specific list of “undesirables” is currently being prepared in Moscow, and it may include The Jamestown Foundation, along with other NGOs—most of them...

    Donetsk, Luhansk ‘People’s Republics’ Announce Local Elections Outside the Minsk Process
    Jul09

    Donetsk, Luhansk ‘People’s Republics’ Announce Local Elections Outside the Minsk Process

    The “people’s republics” of Donetsk and Luhansk (“DPR, LPR”) have announced their intentions to stage local elections, outside Ukraine’s constitutional and legal framework, on their respective territories. This move continues the hollowing out of the September 2014 Minsk agreement by decisions of Moscow, Donetsk and Luhansk. Staging...

    The New Siege of Crimea
    Jul09

    The New Siege of Crimea

    Western sanctions on Crimea are hurting locals and empowering the Kremlin. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    In Iran, a picture’s worth 1,000 words
    Jul09

    In Iran, a picture’s worth 1,000 words

    So what does Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei think about the idea of peace and reconciliation that a new nuclear deal might herald, if senior regime officials like Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani are to be believed?Not much, if this photo just posted on his website is to be believed. The caption reads, “The Zionist Regime is Condemned to Vanish.”It...

    Russia’s War on Ukraine’s Economy
    Jul09

    Russia’s War on Ukraine’s Economy

    Ukraine’s primary economic problems are not homegrown but the result of Russian aggression. The international community, with the EU in the lead, must provide substantial humanitarian assistance and help stabilize the country’s economy. …read more Source: Project Syndicate (Czech...

    U.S., Ukraine Weigh Expansion Of American Training Program
    Jul09

    U.S., Ukraine Weigh Expansion Of American Training Program

    July 9, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia Votes No on Calling Srebrenica Genocide, Billboards Mock Hungary’s Anti-Migrant Drive
    Jul09

    Russia Votes No on Calling Srebrenica Genocide, Billboards Mock Hungary’s Anti-Migrant Drive

    Plus, Georgia bills Russia for 2006-2007 expulsions, and a libel case furthers Kazakhstan’s media crackdown. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe’s Strategic Indifference Over Greece and Ukraine
    Jul09

    Europe’s Strategic Indifference Over Greece and Ukraine

    Greece’s economic crisis and the war in Ukraine pose similar threats to Europe’s security-threats that most European leaders prefer to ignore. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Elections, Identity and Economic Decline in Belarus
    Jul09

    Elections, Identity and Economic Decline in Belarus

    The Belarusian parliament endorsed a new date for the upcoming presidential elections: October 11. It is unlikely that shifting elections from November (as originally planned) to October will make a difference either in terms of negative trends in the economy or in terms of the opposition candidates’ ability to collect the requisite 100,000...

    Tatarstani Cossacks Enter Government Service
    Jul09

    Tatarstani Cossacks Enter Government Service

    Although not commonly associated with the Cossacks, the city of Kazan (in the ethnic republic of Tatarstan, historically a Muslim region) played host, in mid-June, to a meeting of the regional coordination center for Cossack revival. The meeting was attended by the Cossack Party of the Russian Federation, the Union of Cossack Soldiers From Russia...

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