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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Sixth Atlantic Council Energy & Economic Wraps up Day 1 in Istanbul
    Nov21

    Sixth Atlantic Council Energy & Economic Wraps up Day 1 in Istanbul

    Opinion leaders from politics, media, academia, and the corporate world convened in Istanbul this morning for two days of talks on how governments and companies manage emerging risks and uncertainty in today’s turbulent times.The sixth annual Energy & Economic Summit began with a welcome by Atlantic Council Chairman Jon M. Huntsman,...

    Kosovo Parties Break Deadlock, Russian Scholar Sues Estonia for Entry Ban
    Nov20

    Kosovo Parties Break Deadlock, Russian Scholar Sues Estonia for Entry Ban

    Plus, Kazakhstani ex-premier held in graft probe and universities flee rebel-held areas of Ukraine. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Post-Soviet Confidence Games
    Nov20

    Post-Soviet Confidence Games

    It is starting to look like a pattern: After painstaking talks, the parties in the Ukraine conflict come to an agreement – only to have it fall apart or fail to be fully implemented. And confidence-building efforts aimed at resolving other post-Soviet conflicts do not offer much room for hope. …read more Source: Project...

    Sanctions will affect Russia’s policy when they reach the “pain threshold”
    Nov20

    Sanctions will affect Russia’s policy when they reach the “pain threshold”

    Sanctions against Russia as the aggressor country should be intensified in order to reach the “pain threshold” of the Russian leadership. This opinion was expressed by Director of Military Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Mykola Sungurovskyi, informs the website Obozrievatiel. “The main goal is to reach the ”pain threshold“, beyond which Russia...

    Ukraine Foils ‘Terror’ Attack on Dutch Diplomats, Romanian Foreign Minister Sacked
    Nov19

    Ukraine Foils ‘Terror’ Attack on Dutch Diplomats, Romanian Foreign Minister Sacked

    Plus, UN experts alarmed at impending release of Serb convicted of genocide and Poland’s conservatives score a surprising wins in local elections. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Weak Ruble Exchange Rate Represents Political Bargaining Challenge
    Nov19

    Weak Ruble Exchange Rate Represents Political Bargaining Challenge

    The financial troubles of the ruble represent the most striking and dangerous strategic challenge facing the Russian state since the conflict in Ukraine began. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Ukraine News Roundup | November 18
    Nov18

    Ukraine News Roundup | November 18

    Dealing with Putin: How to Keep US-Russian Tensions from Going Critical via National InterestRussian ‘Deniable Intervention’ in Ukraine: Why and How Russia Broke the Rules via Chatham House Obama Calls Out Russia: ‘You Don’t Invade Other Countries’ via New York TimesPoroshenko Says Ukraine Prepared for ‘Total War’ as...

    Ukraine’s New Government: The Names Emerge
    Nov18

    Ukraine’s New Government: The Names Emerge

    We can expect Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, to meet this week to vote on the country’s new government. The political parties of President Petro Poroshenko, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and their allies are close to completing negotiations and announcing their choices for the new Cabinet of Ministers. Critically, a...

    Russians’ Once-Secretive Commander in Ukraine is On the Air
    Nov18

    Russians’ Once-Secretive Commander in Ukraine is On the Air

    Colonel Igor Girkin Presses Kremlin to Expand Its War Through Southern and Eastern Ukraine “The Shooter” is back. Colonel Igor Girkin, the career Russian intelligence officer who disappeared three months ago from his leading role in the Russian-sponsored war against Ukraine, has burst anew into Russia’s news headlines. He has given a spate...

    Republican Congress to Push Harder Russia Line
    Nov18

    Republican Congress to Push Harder Russia Line

    On November 4 the Republican Party won control of the U.S. Senate, gaining the majority in both houses of Congress. According to Donald Jensen, resident fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Republican leaders are now likely to apply greater pressure to president Barack Obama to take a tougher stance on Russia and provide weapons to...

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