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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    BRICS inching towards complementarity
    Jun22

    BRICS inching towards complementarity

    The annual BRICS Summit—to be held in September this year–is usually prefaced by numerous conferences that the host country organises at various official and unofficial levels, including those among the think tanks of the five countries, to refine some of the key issues feeding into the agenda that it prepares for discussion at the flagship...

    Central Europe: A great start that was wasted
    Jun22

    Central Europe: A great start that was wasted

    The economic transformation in Central Europe has ended. Politicians that base their economic policy on avoiding the middle income trap failed to realize that the V4 countries have not been middle income countries for couple of years now. However, expecting politicians to be up-to-date with facts is apparently not realistic. Yet the success is...

    Donbas militants reported to be using torture to get ‘confession’ from seized journalist
    Jun22

    Donbas militants reported to be using torture to get ‘confession’ from seized journalist

    The Kremlin-backed militants who have seized Stanyslav Aseyev (Vasin) are believed to be using torture to extract a ‘confession’ from the 27-year-old freelance journalist, and to be putting severe pressure on his mother. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Donald N. Jensen in Deutsche Welle
    Jun21

    Donald N. Jensen in Deutsche Welle

    CEPA’s Donald N. Jensen speaks with Deutsche Welle ahead of Ukrainian President Petro Porosehnko’s visit to Washington. …read more Source: Center for European Policy...

    Kleptocracy Daily: June 21, 2017
    Jun21

    Kleptocracy Daily: June 21, 2017

    The latest on KI’s blog: Natalie Duffy discusses how the Armed Services Committee has a revolving door all its own. News A bill to expand sanctions against Moscow and wrest greater control over Russia policy from the White House has hit a snag in the House of Representatives after passing in the Senate last week. The U.S. Treasury...

    Here’s How to Fight Back Against Russian Political Warfare
    Jun21

    Here’s How to Fight Back Against Russian Political Warfare

    Three-and-a-half years ago, Russia illegally annexed Crimea and launched its campaign to destabilize eastern Ukraine. Russian aggression prompted the biggest increase in NATO’s collective defense capabilities since the Cold War—including the historic deployment in June of four multinational battlegroups in the three Baltic States and...

    Poroshenko Stresses Positives from Trump Meeting
    Jun21

    Poroshenko Stresses Positives from Trump Meeting

    U.S. announces new sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians over violations of Ukraine’s sovereignty. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Washington and Moscow: Confrontation or Cooperation?
    Jun21

    Washington and Moscow: Confrontation or Cooperation?

    Executive Summary: Behind the ongoing media frenzy, America seems deeply divided over whether to pursue a hard line with Russia or to cooperate with it. With Donald Trump favoring the latter course, Moscow “voted” for him in the 2016 elections. But the Kremlin’s cybernetic interference in the election has led to ongoing Russo-gate and...

    Russia uses money and threat of prosecution to hide Russian soldiers’ deaths in Ukraine
    Jun21

    Russia uses money and threat of prosecution to hide Russian soldiers’ deaths in Ukraine

    Nobody knows how many Russians have been killed in Donbas. Those who can tell NGOs about their sons’ deaths have gone silent, while journalists have doubtless been deterred by the real fear of being prosecuted for revealing State secrets …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia gives imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz 10 minutes with his dying mother
    Jun21

    Russia gives imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz 10 minutes with his dying mother

    Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader Akhtem Chiygoz was allowed a meeting lasting only 10 minutes on Tuesday with his mother who is dying of cancer. Russia finally relented to that barest modicum of humanity after almost two weeks of rejecting any calls, despite the critical urgency of the situation …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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