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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Attending a Seminar on Conflicts and Development (Georgia)
    Jun12

    Attending a Seminar on Conflicts and Development (Georgia)

    On 18-23 May, the expert of the Razumkov Centre Valeriya Klymenko attended the University on Conflicts and Development in Batumi. The Institute of World Policy and the Caucasian House (Tbilisi) organised a Seminar on Conflicts and Development within the project Ukraine: Out of the Crisis Through Dialogue, which is being implemented with the...

    Attending the II international scientific symposium STATES AND MARKETS UNDER GLOBAL TRANSFORMATIONS
    Jun12

    Attending the II international scientific symposium STATES AND MARKETS UNDER GLOBAL TRANSFORMATIONS

    On 29 May 2015, experts of the Razumkov Centre attended the II International Scientific Symposium STATES AND MARKETS UNDER GLOBAL TRANSFORMATIONS. The aim of the Symposium was to draw the attention of national and international scholars, politicians, and managers to the current political and economic rethinking of the patterns of development of...

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №18
    Jun12

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №18

    This issue contains articles and interviews of the Razumkov Centre’s experts, dealing with most topical issues in Ukraine’s current affairs. In particular – domestic politics, security sector, the situation in the Ukrainian economy and energy sector. Read the Razumkov Centre Newsletter №18 …read more Source: Razumkov...

    A meeting with the delegation of the Kennan Institute (U.S.)
    Jun12

    A meeting with the delegation of the Kennan Institute (U.S.)

    On 22 May 2015, the delegation of the Kennan Institute in Washington, headed by Director of the Institute M. Rozhanskyi, visited the Razumkov Centre. The Razumkov Centre was represented by Director General of the Centre A. Rachok, Deputy Director Y. Yakymenko, and Co-directors of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes M. Pashkov...

    Why the National Bank of Ukraine does not release U.S. dollar exchange rate
    Jun12

    Why the National Bank of Ukraine does not release U.S. dollar exchange rate

    In the comment to the website Novoe Vremia, Director of Economic Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Vasyl Yurchyshyn explained why the National Bank of Ukraine is in no hurry to lift all the restrictions on the foreign exchange market that have been set to stabilise the economic situation. …read more Source: Razumkov...

    Crisis in Ukraine: The Collapsing of Minsk II and Its Aftermath
    Jun12

    Crisis in Ukraine: The Collapsing of Minsk II and Its Aftermath

    In cooperation with the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program, please join us for an important discussion which will take stock of the escalating conflict in Ukraine and the collapse of the February 2015 Minsk II agreement. read more …read more Source: Center for Strategic and International...

    Bringing Belarus Back in From the Cold (Part Two)
    Jun11

    Bringing Belarus Back in From the Cold (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Its membership in the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) serves Belarus, to some extent, as a form of political insurance vis-à-vis Russia. This involves stable supplies of Russian oil and natural gas at discounted prices, anti-crisis and currency stabilization loans, theoretically free access of...

    U.S. Ambassador To UN Visits Ukraine, Slams Russian Aggression
    Jun11

    U.S. Ambassador To UN Visits Ukraine, Slams Russian Aggression

    June 11, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian Groups Crowdfunded The War In Ukraine
    Jun11

    Russian Groups Crowdfunded The War In Ukraine

    June 11, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Six Reasons Why Russia Should be Recognized as a Party to the Conflict in Ukraine
    Jun11

    Six Reasons Why Russia Should be Recognized as a Party to the Conflict in Ukraine

    The fluctuating intensity of warfare in the Donbas region should be seen neither as a step toward freezing the conflict nor toward achieving a lasting peace. While Russia remains nominally unrecognized as party to the conflict by the West, the Minsk II agreement may well share the ineffectual fate of its predecessor, Minsk I. To avoid this fate,...

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