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    Why Sending Weapons to Ukraine Would be a Terrible Idea for the US
    Oct27

    Why Sending Weapons to Ukraine Would be a Terrible Idea for the US

    The Ukraine Freedom Support Act, passed last month by the US senate’s Foreign Relations Committee, could mark a new kind of policy for the US in Ukraine. It doesn’t propose new sanctions, or the “major non-NATO ally” designation for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, but instead grants permission to send Ukraine a variety of weapons,...

    Ukraine News Roundup | October 27
    Oct27

    Ukraine News Roundup | October 27

    Ukraine’s Democracy Problem: Letter from Kyiv’s 217th Electoral District via Foreign AffairsAmid Ukraine’s Election, the Battle of the Billionaires via Daily BeastUkrainians’ Biggest Need: A State That Works via der Spiegel Surgeon. Soldier. Mother. Pol. via PoliticoThe Oddity of Ilya Ponomaryov, Exiled Russian Legislator...

    The Cold War and the Cold Shoulder
    Oct26

    The Cold War and the Cold Shoulder

    The Ukraine crisis has shattered key Western assumptions about Russia, and many analysts and policymakers have fallen back on the belief that Russian President Vladimir Putin must be acting irrationally. But it is Western assumptions that need to be questioned. …read more Source: Project...

    “A Sort of Chautauqua”
    Oct26

    “A Sort of Chautauqua”

    Kennan Institute/Harriman Institute Contemporary Ukrainian Literature SeriesDirections: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Teleconference Ukraine: Elections Amid Ceasefire and Conflict
    Oct26

    Teleconference Ukraine: Elections Amid Ceasefire and Conflict

    There is much riding on the early parliamentary elections in Ukraine on October 26. Ukrainians face an ongoing war despite the tenuous ceasefire in the Donbas region, and severe economic pressures. The desperate need for reform is still at the top of the agenda for Maidan activists who overthrew the Yanukovych regime in February, and for the...

    Ukraine, Russia, and the International Order
    Oct26

    Ukraine, Russia, and the International Order

    Over the last twenty-five years, the ideal of an integrated Euro-Atlantic community including Russia has gradually faded, as new dividing lines seem to be hardening on the European continent. The Ukrainian crisis and conflict with Russia have effectively brought an end to the post-Cold War era; it remains an open question what will be the...

    France: Stop extradition of Kazakhstani opposition activist at risk of torture
    Oct24

    France: Stop extradition of Kazakhstani opposition activist at risk of torture

    Headline Title: France: Stop extradition of Kazakhstani activist at risk of torture 24 …read more Source: Amnesty...

    When there is a real ceasefire, separatists will be responsible for their actions
    Oct24

    When there is a real ceasefire, separatists will be responsible for their actions

    The leaders of pro-Russian militants are not interested in maintaining ceasefire in Donbas because then they will have to be responsible for their actions. This opinion was expressed by Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk, informs the news agency Radio Liberty. “If for a...

    Ukraine News Roundup | October 24
    Oct24

    Ukraine News Roundup | October 24

    This Election Had Better Work, Because Ukraine Is Angry and Crumbling via SlateElection Includes Risky War Hero Candidates via Kharkiv Human Rights Protection GroupUntrained, Unequipped: Kyiv’s 12th Battalion May Be Ukraine’s Most Corruption-Ravaged Army Unit via Daily BeastKyiv’s and Moscow’s Forces Both Have Committed...

    Toomas Hendrik Ilves: “As soon as Russia becomes a democratic country, its best relationship will be with Estonia”
    Oct23

    Toomas Hendrik Ilves: “As soon as Russia becomes a democratic country, its best relationship will be with Estonia”

    The recent dispute between Russia and Estonia over potential Estonian espionage has heightened tensions in the two countries’ relationship. It has also fueled public fears that Russia will annex Narva, a predominantly Russian-speaking border city of Estonia. However, Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves believes that Vladimir Putin will...

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