: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Saudi’s star prince keeps rising, visits Putin in St. Petersburg
    Jun19

    Saudi’s star prince keeps rising, visits Putin in St. Petersburg

    Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Mohammed bin Salman visited St. Petersburg this week, and signed several agreements with the Russians concerning oil cooperation, space cooperation, peaceful nuclear energy cooperation, and nuclear technology sharing. It is another high-profile mission for the 29-year-old son of King Salman bin...

    After Ukraine, NATO’s Chance for a New Normal
    Jun19

    After Ukraine, NATO’s Chance for a New Normal

    Can Defense Secretary Ash Carter and European leaders turn NATO’s historic Ukraine response into a new future for the alliance? ​Listening to politicians and pundits on both sides of the Atlantic, it would be easy to conclude that U.S.-European relations are suffering a major crisis. There is a surplus of breathless talk about frayed...

    Kyrgyz Friend of Boston Bomber Jailed, Pope’s Climate Change Talk Angers Poles
    Jun19

    Kyrgyz Friend of Boston Bomber Jailed, Pope’s Climate Change Talk Angers Poles

    Plus, Belarus blocks access to a lifestyle website, and fears grow about press freedom in Croatia after journalist’s dismissal. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Poland will remain an engine of growth but still has work to do
    Jun19

    Poland will remain an engine of growth but still has work to do

    “Poland will remain an engine of growth but still has work to do” said Christopher Hartwell during the Eurobuild conference to the representatives if real estate sector. During his keynote speech dr. Hartwell examined investment profitability in the CEE region with a focus on Poland. In his presentation, dr. Hartwell outlined an overall economic...

    Belarus: A Nation of Parasites
    Jun19

    Belarus: A Nation of Parasites

    In the Soviet Union, anyone without an official job could be charged with ‘parasitism’ and punished. Now Belarus has revived the idea. From openDemocracy. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine and the Weary Hegemon
    Jun19

    Ukraine and the Weary Hegemon

    The Ukraine crisis has demonstrated both the benefits and the pitfalls of what an Obama administration staffer once infelicitously described as “leading from behind,” that is, allowing Washington’s allies to take the lead in crisis diplomacy. The Ukraine conflict was a most unwelcome surprise for a U.S. read more …read more Source:...

    Digital Asia links: South China Sea cyber, Uber in China, Russian troop selfies and more
    Jun19

    Digital Asia links: South China Sea cyber, Uber in China, Russian troop selfies and more

    The Asia Pacific is the most dynamic digital landscape in the world, home to the fastest adopters of new technologies and the largest concentration of mobile and social media users. An escalation in online activism, changing cyber dynamics, developments in digital diplomacy and the exploitation of big data are shaping the region’s...

    Elections and Politics in and Around Belarus
    Jun19

    Elections and Politics in and Around Belarus

    The chairwoman of the Central Electoral Commission of Belarus, Lidia Ermoshina, has proposed to conduct the upcoming presidential elections on October 11—that is, more than one month earlier than the previously set date of November 15. The official explanation of this shift has to do with the constitutional necessity for the parliament to...

    Ukrainian Website Publishes Purported Detailed Russian Invasion Plan of Eastern Ukraine
    Jun19

    Ukrainian Website Publishes Purported Detailed Russian Invasion Plan of Eastern Ukraine

    On June 16, the Ukrainian website Mirotvorets published what are allegedly Russian military draft plans of a massive military invasion of eastern Ukraine. The invasion plan or “special operation of army group ‘North’ ” was apparently put together by the staff of the Western Military District (ZVO) in St. Petersburg...

    Anger Over Hungary’s Anti-Migrant Border Fence, ECHR Rules on First Armenia-Azerbaijan Cases
    Jun18

    Anger Over Hungary’s Anti-Migrant Border Fence, ECHR Rules on First Armenia-Azerbaijan Cases

    Plus, HRW warns that Dagestan authorities are targeting a Muslim group, and a Russian NGO targeted by ‘foreign agent’ law is closing. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Page 792 of 978

    Pin It on Pinterest