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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Time to End the EU-NATO Standoff
    Dec08

    Time to End the EU-NATO Standoff

    Despite the serious implications of the Ukraine crisis, Cyprus and Turkey have imposed persistent obstacles to EU-NATO cooperation. It is time to break the deadlock. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    London’s top Ukrainian Business Event of the Year to take place this week
    Dec07

    London’s top Ukrainian Business Event of the Year to take place this week

    This Week in London – the 9th annual Ukrainian Investment Summit, taking place on December 9/10 at theRiverbank Plaza Hotel in London. The speaker line-up is now finalised! The final additions to the speaker panels include: Mohammad Zahoor, the Chairman of ISTIL Group and owner of the Kyiv Post newspaper, who will join the session of CASE STUDIES...

    After Crimea – A Brave New World
    Dec06

    After Crimea – A Brave New World

    Dr. Leonid Gozman, long-time democratic activist and president of the Union of Right Forces, will analyze the current Russian crisis.Directions: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Online Freedom Slips in Russia, Ukraine; Kyiv Announces Another Cease-Fire
    Dec05

    Online Freedom Slips in Russia, Ukraine; Kyiv Announces Another Cease-Fire

    Plus, Hungary protests McCain’s ‘dictator’ comment and a green kitty turns heads in Bulgaria. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Grozny Attacks and Russia’s Relationship with the West
    Dec05

    The Grozny Attacks and Russia’s Relationship with the West

    One of the most important consequences of the dramatic violence in Grozny may be the impact it has on Russia-Western relations. Amidst a stand-off with the West over Ukraine, the Kremlin may interpret this terrorist acts as “Western attempts to fuel instability inside Russia.” …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Ukraine News Roundup | December 4
    Dec04

    Ukraine News Roundup | December 4

    It’s Not Just Ukraine: Putin Has the Whole Region Cornered via PoliticoPifer: Congress Should OK Arms for Ukraine, but Not Sanctions on Russia via The HillUkrainian Journalists Oppose Kyiv’s New Information Ministry via RFE-RLVideo: Yale Historian Tim Snyder on Ukraine and Us via Chicago Humanities FestivalEuroMaidan One Year Later...

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms
    Dec04

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms

    US- and Lithuanian-Born Officials Will Be Independent, Competent—and New to Governing in Kyiv The race is on. With Ukraine’s finances running thin and the country needing a bigger bailout from its western allies, the country’s new cabinet took office this week pledging to floor the accelerator on the spending cuts and reforms needed...

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms
    Dec04

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms

    US- and Lithuanian-Born Officials Will Be Independent, Competent—and New to Governing in Kyiv The race is on. With Ukraine’s finances running thin and the country needing a bigger bailout from its western allies, the country’s new cabinet took office this week pledging to floor the accelerator on the spending cuts and reforms needed...

    Clinton’s stock declining in futures market
    Dec04

    Clinton’s stock declining in futures market

    Is the market in Hillary Clinton futures collapsing? Quite possibly so.A year ago Clinton seemed likely to become the next president. Presumably she and her husband had not yet started to call themselves, Bush style, 42 and 45. But she had an overwhelming lead in the polls for the Democratic nomination and was getting 50 percent or more in most...

    Happy holidays from the Saudis and shale oil
    Dec04

    Happy holidays from the Saudis and shale oil

    While Americans were enjoying their thanksgiving feast this year, they received an extra blessing from two sources: the shale (cheaper) oil revolution and Saudi Arabia. Due to pressure from a surge of shale oil supply coupled with weaker global demand for energy, oil prices had, by the week before Thanksgiving, dropped about 30 percent from $110...

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