: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine Leader Attacks Greek ‘Disaster’
    Jul14

    Ukraine Leader Attacks Greek ‘Disaster’

    July 14, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine’s Right Sector Challenges Poroshenko After Police Standoff
    Jul14

    Ukraine’s Right Sector Challenges Poroshenko After Police Standoff

    July 14, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    American, EU Brass Urge Macedonian Compromise, Russian Troops Accused of Desertion
    Jul14

    American, EU Brass Urge Macedonian Compromise, Russian Troops Accused of Desertion

    Plus, a gun battle underlines Kyiv’s weakness in the face of organized crime, and Georgia accuses Russia of seizing territory atop a trans-Caucasus oil pipeline. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Does the ADA give the US moral legitimacy as a global disability rights leader?: The view from Russia and Ukraine
    Jul14

    Does the ADA give the US moral legitimacy as a global disability rights leader?: The view from Russia and Ukraine

    Human Rights play an important role in US-Russia relations.Directions: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    MH17: The Blaming Putin Game Goes On
    Jul14

    MH17: The Blaming Putin Game Goes On

    Once upon a time CIA Stations overseas received what was referred to as an “Operating Directive” which prioritized intelligence targets for the upcoming year based on their importance vis-à-vis national security. Prior to the collapse of the Soviet Union, penetrating Moscow and preventing the KGB’s repaying the favor in kind loomed large as...

    President Poroshenko, Governor Saakashvili Assess Situation in Odesa (Part One)
    Jul13

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

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, the United States’ ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, and Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev descended on Odesa in separate visits (July 2–July 8), to confer with Governor Mikheil Saakashvili there. Georgia’s former president aims to turn this undeveloped province of Ukraine into a showcase...

    Why Are Georgians Afraid of Greece’s Financial Default?
    Jul13

    Why Are Georgians Afraid of Greece’s Financial Default?

    Georgians have shown a keen interest in the events in far-away Greece, which has been on the verge of leaving the Eurozone, if not the European Union itself. All news programs on Georgian TV now routinely begin with the latest news about negotiations between EU leaders and the prime minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras. Why is Georgia, a country on...

    Cassandra Vindicated: Baltic Perceptions of NATO’s ‘New Deterrence’ of Russia
    Jul13

    Cassandra Vindicated: Baltic Perceptions of NATO’s ‘New Deterrence’ of Russia

    Interviews with Baltic State policy-makers suggest recent NATO efforts at reassurance are not sufficiently far-reaching …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

    Prospects for a More Western-Integrated Ukraine
    Jul13

    Prospects for a More Western-Integrated Ukraine

    Europe must be clear about what it can offer Ukraine as the latter loosens its economic ties with Russia and undergoes a process of reform …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

    Insecurity in Greece Poses Risk to the Balkans
    Jul13

    Insecurity in Greece Poses Risk to the Balkans

    WASHINGTON—Even as a compromise was found to halt an imminent Grexit (temporary or otherwise) this week, Greece’s situation, and even its euro membership, remains tenuous. In this context it is hard to remember that back in the 1990s, Greece was a crucial anchor of stability on the southern and southeastern flank of Europe and NATO. When...

    Page 793 of 998

    Pin It on Pinterest