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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia Outflanks the West
    Nov07

    Russia Outflanks the West

    How Western conventional military strength is circumvented in Eastern Europe by Russia’s combination of asymmetric hybrid warfare and nuclear threats. …read more Source: Royal United Services...

    Success? The Russia/Ukraine/EU gas agreement
    Nov07

    Success? The Russia/Ukraine/EU gas agreement

    2014-11-05Szymon KardaśWojciech KonończukAgata Łoskot-StrachotaWe cannot rule out the possibility that the gas ‘ceasefire’ will be violated before the date specified in the protocol. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

    Hitting the Pause Button: The “Frozen Conflict” Dilemma in Ukraine
    Nov07

    Hitting the Pause Button: The “Frozen Conflict” Dilemma in Ukraine

    For some time, Ukraine is likely to host frozen conflicts, in Crimea and the Donbas region. Elections last Sunday in the Russian-armed, rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine reinforced this. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Ukraine’s Need for Fast Reform Means Government Has No Time for Infighting
    Nov06

    Ukraine’s Need for Fast Reform Means Government Has No Time for Infighting

    Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk Must Cut Short Their Recent Signs of Rivalry As Ukraine’s new leading political parties renew their talks today, they can waste no time in forming the government that now must grapple with a financial emergency, economic crisis, and war in the east. They must avoid acrimony or drawn-out negotiations, yet some signs...

    Elections in a World Falling Down
    Nov06

    Elections in a World Falling Down

    A specter is haunting Eastern Europe, and its name is Russia. Europe and the U.S., too slow to respond, are allowing that specter to change the way Eastern Europe sees the world. Ukraine has held two elections in a row with its sovereign territory being carved up by Russians and Russian-backed forces. Today, as the cease-fire crumbles again and...

    Formulating a New Foreign Policy Approach toward Russia
    Nov06

    Formulating a New Foreign Policy Approach toward Russia

    Please join us for an important discussion that will assess the new dynamics in Europe’s security landscape and evaluate the challenges of the past year in light of the upcoming one-year anniversary of the Euromaidan revolution in Ukraine. Twenty-three years of policy efforts to integrate Russia into Western structures after the collapse of...

    Ukraine’s newly elected Member of Parliament to talk at the Ukrainian Institute
    Nov06

    Ukraine’s newly elected Member of Parliament to talk at the Ukrainian Institute

    We are delighted to invite you to a talk “From Revolution in the Streets, to Revolution in the Offices of Power” by Svitlana Zalishchuk, newly elected Ukrainian MP, which will take place on Tuesday, November 11th, 7.00PM, at the Ukrainian Institute, London. Ms Zalishchuk will talk on how the results of October’s parliamentary elections may...

    Eastern Ukraine: Both sides responsible for indiscriminate attacks
    Nov06

    Eastern Ukraine: Both sides responsible for indiscriminate attacks

    Headline Title: Eastern Ukraine: Both sides responsible for indiscriminate attacks 06 November 2014 …read more Source: Amnesty...

    A dying dream: Europe’s never-ending economic nightmare
    Nov06

    A dying dream: Europe’s never-ending economic nightmare

    This past Saturday the members of the new European Commission, the “cabinet” of the European Union’s executive branch, took office. Led by former Luxembourgish prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker, the new Commission faces a wide range of challenges both within the Union and in its near abroad. The EU faces an unemployment rate higher than 10...

    Hungary’s Gradual Embrace of Putinism
    Nov06

    Hungary’s Gradual Embrace of Putinism

    Hungary’s current Prime Minister not only believes in closer ties with Vladimir Putin, but also would like to replicate his authoritarianism in Hungary. Over the last year, there has been much focus on the crisis in Ukraine, little attention has been paid to Hungary’s undermining of liberal democratic principles under the current...

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