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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Judy Asks: Can Poroshenko Reform Ukraine?
    Nov05

    Judy Asks: Can Poroshenko Reform Ukraine?

    Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Role of Ultra-Nationalism in Conflict and Crisis: Russia, Ukraine and the EU
    Nov05

    The Role of Ultra-Nationalism in Conflict and Crisis: Russia, Ukraine and the EU

    This event will highlight the growing and complicated role of radical nationalist groups in European politics. It will focus on the positions of Russian neo-fascist, fundamentalist, and ethnocentrist groups towards the Kremlin’s recent foreign and domestic policies, as well as the complications resulting from Ukrainian nationalism in...

    Why Ukraine’s future is vital to West
    Nov05

    Why Ukraine’s future is vital to West

    Ukrainians have voted, and they have overwhelmingly chosen to stay the course on European integration. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Putin’s New Hot Frozen Conflict
    Nov04

    Putin’s New Hot Frozen Conflict

    It has been quite a year for Vladimir Putin, and a mark of shame to the West and the institutions of international law it thought it had created. In mid-2013, it became increasingly obvious that the Russian adventure in Georgia had neither been a one-off nor a taste of things to come. Putin had learned two things from 2008: The first, that he had...

    Ukrainian Separatist Rebels Elect New Leaders for Breakaway Republic
    Nov04

    Ukrainian Separatist Rebels Elect New Leaders for Breakaway Republic

    Separatists recently held an election in the breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine, asserting their independence from Kiev. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Ukraine News Roundup | November 4
    Nov04

    Ukraine News Roundup | November 4

    Separatist Elections in Donbas Were a Step Toward Permanent Stalemate via New Republic Dangerous Duty: The Donbas Volunteer Who Retrieves Bodies from the Battlefield via Mashable Ukraine’s Revolutionary No. 1 Goes to Parliament via Bloomberg Among the Rebels: Welcome to the Cossack People’s Republic of Stakhanov via Politico On...

    Kyiv May End Cease-Fire, Russian Bug Infects CIS Economies
    Nov04

    Kyiv May End Cease-Fire, Russian Bug Infects CIS Economies

    Plus, oil majors compete for Croatian oil and gas tenders; Latvia’s controversial Ask.fm teen site relocates to Ireland …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Parliamentary election is a break between Ukraine’s future and Soviet past
    Nov04

    Parliamentary election is a break between Ukraine’s future and Soviet past

    Any electoral outcome will probably leave Poroshenko’s basic Western-oriented policies in place. But he may feel pressure to show a harder line against Russia and the rebels, since anti-Russian voices will gain in number and former Yanukovych allies, who were friendlier to Russia, will fade, writes the Washington Post. “This is a break...

    The People’s Front won the party-list vote because Ukrainians trusted Yatsenyuk
    Nov04

    The People’s Front won the party-list vote because Ukrainians trusted Yatsenyuk

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on his parliamentary party today to support Arseniy Yatsenyuk as prime minister, saying the country needs to be united “as never before” following Oct. 26 elections, the Bloomberg writes. The People’s Front won the party-list vote because Yatsenyuk campaigned on “clear messages” and many...

    Parliamentary coailition will unite behind Ukraine’s future accession to the EU
    Nov04

    Parliamentary coailition will unite behind Ukraine’s future accession to the EU

    In recent parliamentary election backing for billionaire President Petro Poroshenko’s party and the Popular Front of his Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk tops 40 percent, while the Regions Party of deposed leader Viktor Yanukovych wasn’t running. Poroshenko wants to build a coalition with other pro-European parties, the Bloomberg...

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