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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Sakharov Prize: Awarded to the Deserving Mukwege
    Oct23

    The Sakharov Prize: Awarded to the Deserving Mukwege

    The photo attached to this piece is of a man who has spent years treating women for brutal, organized, repeated, systematic rape. For his work, he has been beaten and shot at, his children held hostage, his life in constant danger. He works in a country that is in no meaningful sense a post-Westphalian state. The authorities are often indifferent...

    A growing deficit of coal in Ukraine
    Oct23

    A growing deficit of coal in Ukraine

    2014-10-22Wojciech KonończukNext to gas, coal is of key importance in the Ukrainian energy balance and in electricity production. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

    Radical attitudes in the Ukrainian society are much lower than they were last year
    Oct23

    Radical attitudes in the Ukrainian society are much lower than they were last year

    Burning tires and hurling firecrackers has become so trendy today that it seems that no event of at least some importance for the country can do without it. Given the statements of some politicians, messages in social networks, and publications in some media, the level of radicalism has increased significantly, informs the newspaper Komsomolskaia...

    Before the parliamentary elections in Ukraine
    Oct21

    Before the parliamentary elections in Ukraine

    2014-10-16Tadeusz A. OlszańskiThe parliamentary elections to be held in Ukraine on 26 October will bring about deep changes in the political composition of the Verkhovna Rada. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

    Eastern Ukraine conflict: Summary killings, misrecorded and misreported
    Oct21

    Eastern Ukraine conflict: Summary killings, misrecorded and misreported

    Headline Title: Eastern Ukraine conflict: Summary killings, misrecorded and misreported 20 …read more Source: Amnesty...

    Results, Reforms, and Realpolitik: Ukraine Goes to the Polls
    Oct20

    Results, Reforms, and Realpolitik: Ukraine Goes to the Polls

    Please join us for a timely discussion on the upcoming Ukrainian national elections. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko dissolved the Rada in August and called for early elections. Against the backdrop of a ceasefire with Russia that has diminished but not ended the bloodshed; an unresolved energy dispute with Russia; slow progress on domestic...

    BBC Panorama’s John Sweeney to hold a talk at the Ukrainian Institute
    Oct20

    BBC Panorama’s John Sweeney to hold a talk at the Ukrainian Institute

    BBC Panorama reporter John Sweeney will hold a talk at the Ukrainian Institute on November 7, about his film, Putin’s Gamble, which set out the evidence that the Russian army tipped the balance in the war in Ukraine and that the BUK crew who shot down MH17 were from the Russian army. The title of the talk will be “What about the killings in...

    Meeting with Chairperson of the Institute for Strategic Studies (Poland)
    Oct20

    Meeting with Chairperson of the Institute for Strategic Studies (Poland)

    On 30 September 2014, the meeting of experts of the Razumkov Centre, in particular Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes O. Melnyk and Leading Expert of Political and Legal Programmes V. Zamiatin, with Chairperson of the Institute for Strategic Studies Anna Szymanska-Klich was held. At the meeting, they discussed...

    Meeting with the regional management of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom
    Oct20

    Meeting with the regional management of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom

    On 8 October 2014, the Razumkov Centre hosted a meeting with the representatives of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation – Regional Director for Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Southern Caucasus and Central Asia Adam Rainer, Director of the Representative Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Ukraine and Belarus Miriam...

    Harnessing the hryvnia’s rate appears politically motivated
    Oct20

    Harnessing the hryvnia’s rate appears politically motivated

    The hryvnia fell to an all-time low of 14.175 per dollar on Sept. 22, prompting authorities to impose a rate of 12.95 on market. The currency has settled at that rate for the past two weeks, the Bloomberg writes. Many Ukrainians need dollars and euros to pay back loans and mortgages denominated in those currencies, while authorities know that the...

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