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    Caucasus Gas Pipeline Breaks Ground; U.S., Europe Condemn South Ossetia’s New Deal With Moscow
    Mar18

    Caucasus Gas Pipeline Breaks Ground; U.S., Europe Condemn South Ossetia’s New Deal With Moscow

    Plus, Kyrgyzstani leader’s secretive trip to Moldova sets the rumor mill turning, and health experts warn that TB remains a major killer in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukrainian Institute’s in London 50-page Director’s Report now available on-line
    Mar18

    Ukrainian Institute’s in London 50-page Director’s Report now available on-line

    DOWNLOAD HERE Director’s Report,PDF FROM THE DIRECTOR I am delighted to present this report of the Ukrainian Institute in London. The events of 2014 have been exceptionally turbulent and agonising for all Ukrainians across the globe, ever since the Euromaidan Revolution of Human Dignity kicked off in November 2013, followed by Russian...

    Terrorists are trying to maintain tensions in Odesa and Kharkiv
    Mar18

    Terrorists are trying to maintain tensions in Odesa and Kharkiv

    Ukraine is bracing itself for a wave of terror attacks after a blast in Kharkiv ripped through a EuroMaidan memorial march on Feb. 22, killing four people, including two teenage boys, and wounding nine. The latest in a series of recent bombings, it was the first one to cause fatalities, the KyivPost newspaper reports. “There have been a number of...

    Moscovici: We won’t keep Greece in the Eurozone at any price
    Mar18

    Moscovici: We won’t keep Greece in the Eurozone at any price

    Moscovici: We won’t keep Greece in the Eurozone at any priceEU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici told Die Welt, “We will not keep Greece in the Eurozone at any price, but under strict conditions that are acceptable to both sides. It is clear to everyone that a possible third bailout package must look different to...

    Has the Russian System’s Agony Begun?
    Mar18

    Has the Russian System’s Agony Begun?

    In politics, even the inevitable can take you by surprise, turning victory into disaster. This is what Vladimir Putin has yet to understand. The Russian system of personalized power has demonstrated an amazing knack for survival, by changing its costume and pretending to be its opposite for a while, after which it returns to its predatory ways....

    Why has the West forgotten about Crimea?
    Mar17

    Why has the West forgotten about Crimea?

    One year after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in a brazen act that violated international treaties and rewrote Europe’s borders for the first time since World War II, Western governments and the media have largely forgotten the peninsula’s plight.In Russia, however, that land grab is far from forgotten. Crimea annexation day will...

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part Three)
    Mar17

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part Three)

    *To read Part One, please click here. *To read Part Two, please click here. Ukraine’s EuroMaidan movement triggered two conflicting processes: Ukraine’s resolute, unambiguous course toward Europe (reinforced by subsequent presidential and parliamentary elections) and Russia’s response through a multidimensional war against...

    Putin Celebrates First Anniversary of Seizing Crimea
    Mar17

    Putin Celebrates First Anniversary of Seizing Crimea

    During a mysterious period of absence from public view, controversy erupted around Russian President Vladimir Putin sharing his reflections on the annexation of Crimea in 2014, after a trailer for the documentary was screened on March 11, 2015. By March 15, following the Russian president’s ten-day disappearance from public view, the...

    What the Russian Propaganda Machine Can’t Change
    Mar17

    What the Russian Propaganda Machine Can’t Change

    The effects of state propaganda and carefully worded poll questions mask the Russian population’s majority Western orientation. By Sergey Aleksashenko, Former Deputy Finance Minister of Russia By now it has become banal to say that Russia’s intensive state propaganda campaign has had a significant impact on domestic public opinion....

    Obama’s Asia policy flounders
    Mar17

    Obama’s Asia policy flounders

    Thanks to some bold rhetoric and high-profile visits over the past years, Barack Obama’s Asia policy has by and large been seen as a bright spot in his foreign policy. Compared to the disastrous failure to anticipate or contain the Islamic State, the flatfooted response to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, his Hamlet-like...

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