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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Low oil prices: Who are the losers?
    Mar11

    Low oil prices: Who are the losers?

    Trying to forecast any future shifts in oil prices, or their eventual duration, is useless, as I wrote in December. Since that time, oil prices fell even more, then rose by more than a fifth in a matter of days, and then began to fall again — providing those commentators who will never learn with opportunities to argue that we will see $30/barrel...

    Kazakhstan’s Septuagenarian President Eyes Five More Years, U.S. …
    Mar11

    Kazakhstan’s Septuagenarian President Eyes Five More Years, U.S. …

    Plus, Bosnia delays vote on Adriatic dispute with Montenegro, and Kyrgyzstan’s ‘foreign agent’ bill clears a key hurdle. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Defending the Rules-Based Multilateral Order against Putin’s Multipolarism
    Mar11

    Defending the Rules-Based Multilateral Order against Putin’s Multipolarism

    The Ukrainian crisis represents the clashing of world orders; Putin’s multipolarism with European multilateralism. Principles such as the rule of law, democracy, individual rights and civil liberties have no place in Putin’s world of power politics and spheres of influence, but Europe should work hard to preserve them, and stand up to...

    Through Putin’s Lens: Power Politics and Polarity
    Mar11

    Through Putin’s Lens: Power Politics and Polarity

    The Ukrainian crisis represents the clashing of world orders; Putin’s multipolarism with European multilateralism. Principles such as the rule of law, democracy, individual rights and civil liberties have no place in Putin’s world of power politics and spheres of influence, but Europe should work hard to preserve them, and stand up to...

    US Envoy: Eastern Ukraine, Crimea Under ‘Reign of Terror’
    Mar11

    US Envoy: Eastern Ukraine, Crimea Under ‘Reign of Terror’

    A top U.S. diplomat for Europe says citizens in large parts of war-torn eastern Ukraine and Crim… …read more Source: American Security Council...

    Ćwierć wieku ukraińskich reform: za mało, za późno i zbyt wolno – nowy Zeszyt mBank-CASE
    Mar11

    Ćwierć wieku ukraińskich reform: za mało, za późno i zbyt wolno – nowy Zeszyt mBank-CASE

    The aim of this paper is to describe the main developments in the Ukrainian economy since its independence in 1991, focusing on the evolution of output, and the path of economic reforms. The bottom line on that is well known: Ukraine’s economy performed very poorly, and its reforms moved quite slowly, lagging behind most of Central Europe...

    Everything Is Awesome
    Mar11

    Everything Is Awesome

    In Crimea’s capital, optimism trumps uncertainty and empty shelves. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s Shrinking Hryvnia: How Alarming Is It?
    Mar11

    Ukraine’s Shrinking Hryvnia: How Alarming Is It?

    Kyiv Has Begun the Hard Steps of Reform; IMF and Allies Must Now Deliver Quickly The dramatic plunge last month in the value of the hryvnia, Ukraine’s currency, sparked speculation about an immediate, national economic collapse. Despite the drama—the hryvnia lost more than half of its value against the dollar in February, hitting a record...

    Russian Occupation Crackdown Against Crimean Tatars Intensifies
    Mar10

    Russian Occupation Crackdown Against Crimean Tatars Intensifies

    Now that Vladimir Putin has admitted that he seized Crimea by force rather than annexed it to Russia following the free expression of the will of its population (Euromaidan Press, March 10), it is possible that more people will focus not only on that violation of international law but also on the way in which the Russian occupation authorities...

    Is Kharkiv Province Another Enclave of Separatists?
    Mar10

    Is Kharkiv Province Another Enclave of Separatists?

    On March 6, the car of the commander of the Ukrainian special police battalion “Slobozhanshchyna,” Andriy Yanholenko, exploded in the government-controlled eastern city of Kharkiv. The commander and his spouse were inside the car at the time of the explosion and both were hospitalized. Yanholenko received medium-level injuries, but his wife is in...

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