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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Turkish Stream’s Implications for EU Gas Infrastructure Development
    Jun05

    Turkish Stream’s Implications for EU Gas Infrastructure Development

    Since South Stream’s termination in early December 2014, governments in Central and Southeast Europe (CSEE) have championed a litany of pan-regional pipeline proposals to carry gas from Russia’s planned delivery point in Ipsala, Turkey via the Balkans to Baumgarten, Austria, while meeting local consumption along the way. The...

    Taking Stock: Implications of the Riga Summit for the South Caucasus
    Jun05

    Taking Stock: Implications of the Riga Summit for the South Caucasus

    Prior to its start, the European Union’s May 21–22 Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit in Riga was widely anticipated, given that the previous summit in Vilnius had been overshadowed by the war in Ukraine and newly evident Russian expansionism. Russia’s aggressive policies caused concerns in those various post-Soviet states under...

    Mikheil Saakashvili Appointed Governor of Ukraine’s Odesa Province (Part Two)
    Jun04

    Mikheil Saakashvili Appointed Governor of Ukraine’s Odesa Province (Part Two)

    To read Part One, please click here. For all their personal friendship, President Petro Poroshenko’s appointment of Mikheil Saakashvili as governor of Odesa province in Ukraine is the ultimate merit-based appointment. In Georgia, Saakashvili had presided over the boldest and most successful reform programs of any country in Europe’s...

    The Ceasefire in Ukraine Is Crumbling as Russia Again Accuses Kyiv of Shooting Down Flight MH17
    Jun04

    The Ceasefire in Ukraine Is Crumbling as Russia Again Accuses Kyiv of Shooting Down Flight MH17

    The fragile ceasefire in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine seems to be unwinding, and both sides accuse each other of being the aggressor. This week (June 3), the worst fighting was in Maryinka, west of Donetsk. The Russia-backed rebels insist they are defending their positions and are under heavy fire and that the outskirts of Donetsk were...

    Reports on Russia’s War in Ukraine Are Presented in Washington D.C.
    Jun04

    Reports on Russia’s War in Ukraine Are Presented in Washington D.C.

    On May 28, the Atlantic Council in Washington D.C. hosted a presentation of two reports on the war in Ukraine. The first report, Putin: War, draws on materials collected by the late Boris Nemtsov and his allies and was presented in English for the first time. The other report, Putin’s War in Ukraine: Hiding in Plain Sight, was prepared by...

    Trans-Atlantic Ties: It’s Time To Rebuild Trust
    Jun04

    Trans-Atlantic Ties: It’s Time To Rebuild Trust

    The trans-Atlantic relationship — with the US-German partnership at its core — is more important than ever in a world which is rapidly changing and braving urgent economic and security challenges. That basic premise explains why Chancellor Merkel refers to the United States as Germany’s indispensable ally and President Obama...

    Escalation Of Fighting In East Ukraine Leaves Ceasefire In Tatters
    Jun04

    Escalation Of Fighting In East Ukraine Leaves Ceasefire In Tatters

    June 4, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine Crisis Torpedoes Russia’s Naval Expansion
    Jun04

    Ukraine Crisis Torpedoes Russia’s Naval Expansion

    June 4, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    UN Cites More Abuses in Crimea, Kazakhstan Vies for Uranium Bank
    Jun04

    UN Cites More Abuses in Crimea, Kazakhstan Vies for Uranium Bank

    Plus, an Uzbekistani rights activist alleges abuse and humiliation, and Azerbaijan throws cash at the European Games. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The State of the War
    Jun04

    The State of the War

    The situation for civilians in Eastern Ukraine is dire …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

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