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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ghost Soldiers from Russia
    Sep17

    Ghost Soldiers from Russia

    Despite a plethora of irrefutable evidence, Russian president Vladimir Putin continues his steadfast denial of Russia’s military presence in Ukraine. According to writer Alexander Podrabinek, only those interested in propaganda and not facts are capable of disregarding such a cynical lie. …read more Source: Institute of Modern...

    Russia’s Baltic War
    Sep17

    Russia’s Baltic War

    Having failed to check Russia’s desire to reconstitute its empire in Ukraine, the world now looks on as the Russian campaign in the Baltics picks up steam. The latest news is that of an Estonian agent apparently kidnapped from Estonia and charged with espionage in Russia. The aggregate total of the number of people who believe...

    Ukraine News Roundup | September  15
    Sep15

    Ukraine News Roundup | September 15

    Ukraine President Poroshenko Faces Backlash Over EU Trade Deal Delay via Wall Street JournalBitter Survivors and Caravans of Coffins from Ukraine’s “Eastern Boiler” via Daily BeastAs The Sanctions’ Noose Tightens, China Grabs Russian Energy Assets At Bargain Prices via Forbes5 Ways for NATO, U.S. to Support Ukraine via Washington...

    The wall at the Russian border won’t help guarantee the security of Ukraine
    Sep12

    The wall at the Russian border won’t help guarantee the security of Ukraine

    The length of the Ukrainian-Russian border is now 2,295km. Given the Russian aggression, Ukraine decided to build engineering structures with concrete fortifications, barbed wire, watchtowers, barriers with motion sensors and infrared cameras along the entire Russian border. The project is called „The Wall“, and it has already been approved in...

    The Fear of Responsibility
    Sep11

    The Fear of Responsibility

    On September 8, 2014, the preliminary results of the investigation into the recent crash of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 over Donetsk, Ukraine, were published by the Netherlands commission assembled for the task. Moscow-based journalist Olga Melnikova comments on Russia’s reactions to the findings. …read more Source: Institute of...

    Ukraine News Roundup | September 11
    Sep11

    Ukraine News Roundup | September 11

    Russia and the Menace of Unreality via The AtlanticRussian Soldiers Reveal the Truth Behind Putin’s Secret War via NewsweekRussian Nationalists Grasp at Straws with ‘Scottish Solidarity” Campaign via Global VoicesPeace on Putin’s Terms via Foreign AffairsThe Ukrainian Crisis is at a Point of No Return via National InterestCrimean...

    Putin took Crimea not without consent of the West
    Sep11

    Putin took Crimea not without consent of the West

    Director of Military Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Mykola Sunhurovskyi explained in his comment to the website Replika why the European Union and the United States of America had ailed to take decisive action so far to stop Russian military aggression in Ukraine. For Ukraine, part of whose territory has been annexed, and on the rest of which...

    The volunteers battalions are very strong in Ukrainian society
    Sep09

    The volunteers battalions are very strong in Ukrainian society

    The patriotic popular mood the volunteers exemplify puts Mr Poroshenko in a tight spot. Parliamentary elections loom in late October. Some Ukrainian experts expect battalion commanders with designs on political power to stand, the Economist writes. The battalions are “very strong in Ukrainian society”, says Mykola Sungurovskyi, director of...

    After Wales: Further Steps for NATO
    Sep08

    After Wales: Further Steps for NATO

    The NATO summit in Wales last week didn’t do enough to meet its responsibilities in the external world. Its next steps should include taking meaningful steps in Ukraine, placing permanent troops in Eastern Europe, hitting its spending targets, and more. NATO cannot just take care of itself; it has to actively work towards solutions to...

    The Premonition of War
    Sep03

    The Premonition of War

    In late August, Russian troops as good as started the invasion of the Ukrainian territory. Despite the Russians’ drastic escalation of the military conflict, the West has remained neutral with regard to Vladimir Putin’s aggressive policy. According to writer Alexander Podrabinek, the sooner Western leaders realize that this position...

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