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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Overcoming the Ukraine Crisis
    Apr13

    Overcoming the Ukraine Crisis

    The crisis in Ukraine is one of the gravest threats to global order in the past quarter-century, potentially involving nuclear-armed powers whose collective military spending amounts to two-thirds of the global total. The West should take the lead with a plan of action to avoid being trapped by a sudden escalation of the conflict. …read...

    Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries – macroeconomic worshop
    Apr13

    Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries – macroeconomic worshop

    On April 16th, CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research, and HAS Institute of World Economics (IWE – Hungary) invites to the international macroeconomic workshop: Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries. The workshop marks the opening of the project “Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership...

    Moldovan Anti-Fascists in the Dock
    Apr13

    Moldovan Anti-Fascists in the Dock

    Critics on the left say the Western-leaning government is suppressing fundamental freedoms in a campaign against an illusory Ukraine-inspired insurrection. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Arms Spending Surges in Ukraine, Baltics; Turkey Slams Pope’s Armenian ‘Genocide’ Mass
    Apr13

    Arms Spending Surges in Ukraine, Baltics; Turkey Slams Pope’s Armenian ‘Genocide’ Mass

    Plus, no invite for Putin to G7 summit, and Kaczynski accuses the Polish government of deceit in the Smolensk crash probe. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Corrupting Civil Society in Post-Maidan Ukraine?
    Apr12

    Corrupting Civil Society in Post-Maidan Ukraine?

    Civil society now plays an outsized role in Ukrainian politics. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The West, multipolarity, and the liberal order
    Apr11

    The West, multipolarity, and the liberal order

    The liberal order—the system designed to ensure international security that has as its pillars the United Nations, multilateral security treaties, NATO, and European integration—is strongly dependent on Western and in particular U.S. power. With new, non-Western powers rising or resurgent, and the West (especially Europe) in apparent decline, it...

    Political Prisoners In Putin’s Russia
    Apr11

    Political Prisoners In Putin’s Russia

    A discussion with Mark Feygin, Former Defense Lawyer for Pussy Riot and Nadiya Savchenko The arrest of Pussy Riot in 2012 brought unprecedented global attention to opposition activists and the rule of law in Putin’s Russia. Within this context, the conflict in Ukraine and the ongoing detention of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko raise new...

    Security Service Suspects Moscow Behind Explosions Shaking Ukrainian Cities
    Apr10

    Security Service Suspects Moscow Behind Explosions Shaking Ukrainian Cities

    Although, for now, the ceasefire agreements reached in February 2015 appear to be mostly holding in eastern Ukraine, nationwide feelings of anxiety and stress persist. This is not only due to the fear that Vladimir Putin may restart the war in May, but also due to the growing challenge of petty terrorism. In various cities across the country,...

    Are Russian Military Exercises in the North Caucasus a Signal to Azerbaijan and Georgia?
    Apr10

    Are Russian Military Exercises in the North Caucasus a Signal to Azerbaijan and Georgia?

    Russian defense and interior ministry troops have each staged large-scale military exercises, one after another. Military drills take place across Russia practically year-round, but what was interesting about a recent series of exercises is that they were conducted in the mountainous regions of the North Caucasus. Russia’s borders with...

    Europe’s Nightmare: Ukraine’s Massive Meltdown
    Apr10

    Europe’s Nightmare: Ukraine’s Massive Meltdown

    If Ukraine enters a new round of massive instability, it could become a vortex into which Russia and the West will be sucked-with unpredictable and likely dire results. What Ukraine needs today is for the West to lean hard on Kiev in support of economic and political reform. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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