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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    What Did Tsipras and Putin Gain From Their Meeting in Moscow
    Apr14

    What Did Tsipras and Putin Gain From Their Meeting in Moscow

    The Ukraine crisis has made Europeans see Greek foreign policy as particularly threatening and divisive. In reality, Greece is simply acting in line with its long-standing political traditions. The question of European unity still lies in the hands of Brussels and Berlin | Русский …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Polish-German split: A storm in a teacup?
    Apr14

    The Polish-German split: A storm in a teacup?

    The crisis in Ukraine tested relations between Poland and Germany – but how serious are the divisions? …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Labour manifesto pledges reform of EU budget, CAP and immigration rules
    Apr14

    Labour manifesto pledges reform of EU budget, CAP and immigration rules

    Labour manifesto pledges reform of EU budget, CAP and immigration rulesThe Labour Party unveiled their general election manifesto yesterday pledging to argue for a range of EU reforms including “tougher budget discipline,” reforming the Common Agricultural Policy and changing the rules around EU migrants’ access to benefits. The manifesto...

    Trouble on Europe’s Periphery
    Apr14

    Trouble on Europe’s Periphery

    27MayMembersTrouble on Europe’s Periphery27 May 2015 – 18:00 to 19:00Chatham House, London ParticipantsDr Tracey German, Lecturer, Department of Defence Studies, King’s College LondonSten Rynning, Professor of International Relations, University of Southern DenmarkBill Park, Senior Lecturer, Department of Defence Studies,...

    Ukrainian Energy Reforms and European Gas Supply
    Apr14

    Ukrainian Energy Reforms and European Gas Supply

    The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to host Alan Riley, Professor of Law at the City Law School with City University in London, to discuss the status of reforms to the Ukrainian energy sector and to provide an update on the European Union’s antitrust case against Gazprom. read more …read more Source: Center for...

    ‘National-Cultural’ Enclaves: Moscow’s New Game in Ukrainian-Moldovan Borderland
    Apr13

    ‘National-Cultural’ Enclaves: Moscow’s New Game in Ukrainian-Moldovan Borderland

    Russia demands a “special status” for certain territories in Ukraine and Moldova as a device to promote territorial secession processes. Moscow encourages local Russophile groups to claim a “special territorial status” or orchestrates such demands on their behalf, instigating state fragmentation. The first case study is that of Russia’s...

    Steppe Eagle- 2015 Exercise Unites CSTO and NATO forces in Kazakhstan
    Apr13

    Steppe Eagle- 2015 Exercise Unites CSTO and NATO forces in Kazakhstan

    On April 6, the military exercise Steppe Eagle–2015 officially began with an opening ceremony at Kazakhstan’s Ilisky Training Area. Kazakhstan’s Airmobile Forces commander General-Major Daulet Ospanov remarked, “The experience gained by our soldiers is very valuable.” While the United States’ defense attaché to Kazakhstan,...

    Russia and Yemen’s Agony
    Apr13

    Russia and Yemen’s Agony

    Russia’s position on the fighting in Yemen needs to be understood in terms of its overall approach to the Middle East. And Moscow’s approach to the region has become more confident and strident, as Washington’s has become ever more confused and disjointed. Vitaly Naumkin, a leading Russian analyst, observes that Russia seeks to...

    New Ukraine Disrupts Old Ukraine
    Apr13

    New Ukraine Disrupts Old Ukraine

    There’s good reason for guarded optimism in the new Ukraine. President Petro Poroshenko and the parliament brought the country’s most powerful oligarch to heel in March 2015 and the justice department has set its sights on the richest oligarchs. …read more Source: Atlantic...

    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...

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