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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Russian economy in 2050: Heading for labor-based stagnation
    Apr02

    The Russian economy in 2050: Heading for labor-based stagnation

    Since the beginning of the 1990s, Russia has been suffering from a negative demographic trend. Despite active immigration—more than 9 million people arrived in Russia between 1990 and 2014—the population declined by 3.7 million (Chart 1). [1] Though many developed countries face a similar challenge, there are a number of specific behind the trend...

    The IMF’s Very Tough Love for Ukraine
    Apr02

    The IMF’s Very Tough Love for Ukraine

    As Kyiv Slashes Spending, the Economy’s Real Shrinkage This Year May Be 10, Not 6, Percent The International Monetary Fund last month threw what looks like a much-improved financial lifeline to Ukraine—and indeed, the new loan program is welcome help for a desperate need. But a check on the math of one prominent IMF realist suggests that...

    Ukraine Working to Stabilize Cease-fire, Merkel Says
    Apr02

    Ukraine Working to Stabilize Cease-fire, Merkel Says

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Ukraine “is determined” to reach a more stable cease-fire wi… …read more Source: American Security Council...

    Worse in Store for Russian Economy, Bosnia Just Beats Deadline to Form Government
    Apr02

    Worse in Store for Russian Economy, Bosnia Just Beats Deadline to Form Government

    Plus, Tajikistan steps up a crackdown on suspected extremists, and a CIA detainee’s lawyer seeks Polish probe files. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Trade and geopolitics: should the EU engage with the Eurasian Economic Union?
    Apr02

    Trade and geopolitics: should the EU engage with the Eurasian Economic Union?

    Can a closer cooperation between the EU and the Eurasian Economic Union bring peace to eastern Ukraine and restore EU-Russia relations? …read more Source: European Policy...

    Attending an international round table “Conflict resolution – what Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and the EU should do”
    Apr02

    Attending an international round table “Conflict resolution – what Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and the EU should do”

    On 11-13 March 2015, in Germany (Berlin), an international round table Conflict Resolution – What Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and the EU Should Do was held by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. The round table was attended by representatives of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, experts of the institutions of the European Union, and delegations of...

    Questions grow around Greece’s ability to pay IMF despite submitting improved reform list
    Apr02

    Questions grow around Greece’s ability to pay IMF despite submitting improved reform list

    Questions grow around Greece’s ability to pay IMF despite submitting improved reform listGreece yesterday submitted its latest reform list to its European partners. The Financial Times published a copy of the 26 page document, which aims at raising up to €6bn in revenue. The cash comes from areas such as: an audit of offshore bank transfers...

    Explaining China’s Position on the Crimea Referendum
    Apr02

    Explaining China’s Position on the Crimea Referendum

    China recognizes the complex historical dimensions of the situation in Crimea and remains committed to a diplomatic solution that considers the interests of all parties involved. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Voices During the Maidan as Captured by Public Radio Ukraine
    Apr02

    Voices During the Maidan as Captured by Public Radio Ukraine

    A lot has been written about the Euromaidan in Ukraine. Many have written about their memories. Oral histories are being recorded. But what were people saying, at the time, as events were unfolding? …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Belarus’s Economic Crisis and National Unity
    Apr02

    Belarus’s Economic Crisis and National Unity

    At present, news coming out of Belarus is marked by two particular refrains: the economic crisis and a search for national consolidation. These refrains may be interrelated since negative macroeconomic trends, coupled with a lack of structural reforms that would boost the private sector, make Belarus overly dependent on Russia. And in the absence...

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