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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Belarus’s National Survival Formula
    Jul01

    Belarus’s National Survival Formula

    Belarus’s survival and further development in a tough neighborhood is conditioned by the economy, a sense of nationalism, and geopolitical maneuvering between the major centers of power, Russia and the collective West. According to Yury Drakakhrust of Tut.by and Radio Liberty, the new geopolitical situation in Europe is a source of both...

    Moscow Appears to Be Playing a Most Dangerous Game With the Islamic State
    Jul01

    Moscow Appears to Be Playing a Most Dangerous Game With the Islamic State

    In the wake of terrorist attacks by the Islamic State (IS) across the Middle East and Europe, Russian diplomats and the Kremlin-controlled media have been working overtime to suggest that the West will not be able to contain IS unless it secures Moscow’s cooperation. And Western countries will, presumably, only be able to achieve such...

    Putin’s Use of the ‘Nuclear Card’
    Jul01

    Putin’s Use of the ‘Nuclear Card’

    President Vladimir Putin continues to use strong rhetoric not only linked to what he sees as Kyiv’s “responsibilities” to adhere to Minsk II but also in an increasingly controversial area of Russia’s military modernization: namely the future role of the country’s nuclear deterrent. Moscow has also claimed that Kyiv’s...

    Nuclear Credibility: What the United States Lost in Ukraine and Pakistan and the Implications for the Iran Deal
    Jun30

    Nuclear Credibility: What the United States Lost in Ukraine and Pakistan and the Implications for the Iran Deal

    As the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 powers continue on past the June 30 deadline, the focus remains on the details of an agreement and whether the negotiators can come to a final resolution. But even as these details continue to be debated, it is important to consider the bigger picture – whether or not an agreement with Iran is...

    Arbitrability of Sanctions – Presentation at Kuala Lumpur International Arbitration Week 2015
    Jun30

    Arbitrability of Sanctions – Presentation at Kuala Lumpur International Arbitration Week 2015

    Yaraslau Kryvoi speaks about arbitrability of sanctions, touching upon the effect of the Belarus, Ukraine and Russian sanctions regimes on arbitration at a conference organised by Kuala Lumpur Regional Arbitration Centre in May 2015. …read more Source: CIS Arbitration...

    “The Banking Union: State of Art” – new mBank-CASE publication
    Jun30

    “The Banking Union: State of Art” – new mBank-CASE publication

    Language English It is widely believed that the creation of the banking union initiated the integration of the EU banking market. The process is traced back to June 2012 (EU Summit decided to create the banking union), 4 November 2013 (effective date of the Banking Union Regulation), or 4 November 2014 (operational launch of the Single...

    Migrants Riot at Hungarian Camp, Albanian Police-Murder Suspects Arrested
    Jun30

    Migrants Riot at Hungarian Camp, Albanian Police-Murder Suspects Arrested

    Plus, an OSCE mission reportedly comes under fire in Ukraine, and Azerbaijan opens a naval base on the Caspian Sea. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s ‘History Laws’ Purge It Of Communist Symbols But Divide The Population
    Jun30

    Ukraine’s ‘History Laws’ Purge It Of Communist Symbols But Divide The Population

    June 30, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Operation Baltic Fortress, 2016: NATO Defends the Baltic States
    Jun30

    Operation Baltic Fortress, 2016: NATO Defends the Baltic States

    Russia’s recent actions in Ukraine call for an analysis of the potential future scenarios that NATO and its member states should prepare for – especially in the Baltics …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

    Not Exactly Friends of Greece
    Jun30

    Not Exactly Friends of Greece

    After a sometimes-traumatic transition, then austerity, post-communist countries especially have lost patience with Athens. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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