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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Soros Pushes US Bailouts and Weapons for Ukraine
    Jun08

    Soros Pushes US Bailouts and Weapons for Ukraine

    If you look at the track record of the interventionists you might think they would pause before taking on more projects. Each of their past projects has ended in disaster yet still they press on. Last week the website Zero Hedge posted a report about hacked emails between billionaire George Soros and Ukrainian President Poroshenko. Soros is very...

    Military Madness: US Officials Consider Nuclear Strikes against Russia
    Jun07

    Military Madness: US Officials Consider Nuclear Strikes against Russia

    US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter was at the headquarters of the US European Command in Stuttgart, Germany this week with two dozen US military commanders and European diplomats to discuss how to escalate their economic and military campaign against Russia. They will assess the impact of current economic sanctions, as well as NATO’s...

    Obama: The Reluctant Realist
    Jun07

    Obama: The Reluctant Realist

    Mideast Security and Policy Studies No. 113 Many have asserted that Barack Obama’s foreign policy lacks direction. He is seen as constantly improvising without any ideological or intellectual compass to guide him. I argue that this is not the case and that, in fact, Obama’s foreign policy can be explained as adhering very closely to...

    Brzezinski’s Delusion of Eurasian Conquest
    Jun06

    Brzezinski’s Delusion of Eurasian Conquest

    Russia historian Stephen Cohen points to the neoconservative establishment for America’s latest outbreak of what can only be referred to as late-stage imperial dementia. Neocons Robert Kagan and wife Victoria Nuland have certainly done the heavy lifting to make Ukraine the staging ground for what appears to be a NATO blitzkrieg on Moscow....

    Ukraine’s Success Will Have ‘Huge Implications’ for Entire Region
    Jun06

    Ukraine’s Success Will Have ‘Huge Implications’ for Entire Region

    EU official: ‘Russia recognizes that we are not looking to gain territories’ Describing Ukraine as an “international issue,” a top European Union official said June 4 that turning the country into a success story will have “huge implications for the whole region.” “Russia recognizes we are not looking to gain territories. We are looking to...

    Macedonia: Another Color Revolution
    Jun06

    Macedonia: Another Color Revolution

    The current government in Macedonia, elected freely just a year ago, has been under pressure by NGOs financed by the US and European governments as well as George Soros. The problem? Lack of enthusiasm about western sanctions on Russia and an initial agreement to participate in the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project with Russia. Today the Ron...

    End of a NATO era?
    Jun06

    End of a NATO era?

    The Ukrainian crisis has been keeping the Harper government busy. Ottawa has unequivocally condemned Moscow’s actions; at the G20 summit last November, Stephen Harper reportedly told Russian President Vladimir Putin to “get out of Ukraine.” Deeds followed words: six CF-18 fighter jets have been sent to join the NATO mission policing the...

    Why Are Former Leaders of Saakashvili’s UNM Trying to Kill the Party?
    Jun06

    Why Are Former Leaders of Saakashvili’s UNM Trying to Kill the Party?

    The executive secretary of the opposition faction United National Movement (UNM), Zurab Japaridze, unexpectedly announced, on May 25, he was leaving the party (Georgiatoday.ge, May 28). Former Georgian president and UNM chairman Mikheil Saakashvili left the country over a year ago to avoid criminal charges that were brought against him by state...

    Ukrainian Government Enlists Georgian Talent
    Jun06

    Ukrainian Government Enlists Georgian Talent

    President Petro Poroshenko and the government of Arseniy Yatsenyuk have invited a significant number of foreign experts to take up government posts and design the reforms in Ukraine. Appointing and naturalizing foreign officials to such an extent is unprecedented in the post-communist, post-Soviet countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It helps...

    Russia and its Northern Neighbors:  Young Leaders on the Future of Baltic Security
    Jun05

    Russia and its Northern Neighbors: Young Leaders on the Future of Baltic Security

    Tuesday, June 16, 2015 10:00 am – 11:30 am Johns Hopkins University – SAIS Bernstein-Offit Building, Room 500 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036 Russia’s actions in Ukraine have sparked new concerns about the security of neighboring countries in the Baltic region. Despite being often grouped together as the Baltic States,...

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