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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Doomsday in Ukraine? Think Again
    Mar06

    Doomsday in Ukraine? Think Again

    In the short term, Ukraine is on the verge of economic and, perhaps, political collapse. Yet in the longer term, the real question is whether the emergence of a coherent Ukrainian national identity creates a solid consensus for reform of the state and a sustained Western trajectory. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The parliamentary elections in Estonia
    Mar06

    The parliamentary elections in Estonia

    2015-03-04Joanna Hyndle-HusseinThe victory of the ruling Estonian Reform Party proves that the situation in Ukraine has turned this party into Estonians’ guarantor of state stability. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    US and Allies Risk War with Russia by a ‘Hesitancy on Ukraine’
    Mar06

    US and Allies Risk War with Russia by a ‘Hesitancy on Ukraine’

    Wilson: Only the US Can Lead in Defending Europe Against Putin’s Rising Ambition The United States and its allies must confront the aggressive actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin because failing to do so will escalate his ambitions—perhaps to the point of forcing a war with NATO, the Atlantic Council’s Damon Wilson told the US...

    Finishing What Yanukovych Started
    Mar06

    Finishing What Yanukovych Started

    Has wartime turned Ukrainians and their media into well-meaning but misguided censors? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Before Russia’s Next Offensive, Obama Should Take the Lead
    Mar06

    Before Russia’s Next Offensive, Obama Should Take the Lead

    Burns: Give Arms to Ukraine, More NATO Cover to Baltics—and Leadership for Europe President Barack Obama has given space for Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel to lead recently in the Western response to Russia’s war on Ukraine. But it’s now time for the US president to take the reins back, writes former Undersecretary of State...

    Burns: Before Russia’s Next Offensive, Obama Should Take the Lead
    Mar06

    Burns: Before Russia’s Next Offensive, Obama Should Take the Lead

    Provide Weapons to Ukraine, More NATO Cover to Baltics—and Leadership for Europe President Barack Obama has given space for Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel to lead recently in the Western response to Russia’s war on Ukraine. But now, writes former Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns, it’s time for Obama to take the reins...

    As Russia Prepares a Next Offensive, It’s Time for Obama to Lead
    Mar06

    As Russia Prepares a Next Offensive, It’s Time for Obama to Lead

    Provide Weapons to Ukraine, More NATO Cover to Baltics—and Leadership for Europe President Barack Obama has given space for Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel to lead recently in the Western response to Russia’s war on Ukraine. But now, writes former Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns, it’s time for Obama to take the reins...

    The Murder of Boris Nemtsov: An Unsolved Conspiracy
    Mar06

    The Murder of Boris Nemtsov: An Unsolved Conspiracy

    Boris Nemtsov (55), former governor of Nizny Novgorod, former deputy Duma speaker, deputy prime minister under President Boris Yeltsin and, more recently, an opposition leader and vocal critic of President Vladimir Putin, was gunned down last Friday night, February 27, in downtown Moscow, just a hundred meters from the Kremlin (see EDM, March 2)....

    Moldova: European Choice With Communist Support?
    Mar06

    Moldova: European Choice With Communist Support?

    Following yet another protracted political crisis, the Moldovan parliament has voted to approve a minority government, the Alliance for a European Moldova (AEM), on February 18, thanks to the Communist Party’s support. The AEM government needed 51 votes for approval. It could only muster 39 votes on its own; but it received 19 Communist...

    The end of the Russian energy weapon (that arguably was never there)
    Mar05

    The end of the Russian energy weapon (that arguably was never there)

    The crisis in Ukraine once again revived the fierce debate about Europe’s dependence on Russian energy resources. Similar to 2006 and 2009, when physical supply disruptions of natural gas took place, this crisis too will spur European integration. Arguably, though unintended, this makes Russian President Putin one of the most explicit...

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