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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Learn Ukrainian in London – New Semester September 2014
    Sep01

    Learn Ukrainian in London – New Semester September 2014

    The Ukrainian Institute in London offers Ukrainian language courses for learners at all levels (beginners, intermediate and advanced), and also for native or near-native speakers who, living outside Ukraine or the Ukrainian community, wish to maintain or improve their language competence. Teachers are native speakers. Evening classes are held...

    Russian military exercises will escalate crisis in eastern Ukraine
    Aug29

    Russian military exercises will escalate crisis in eastern Ukraine

    The conflict in eastern Ukraine has escalated to its most critical level yet, with Russia giving signs that experts say show it is closer than ever before to invading and waging a full-scale war against its Slavic neighbor, – the Mashable website writes. Oleksiy Melnyk, co-director for foreign relations and international security programs at the...

    Without Russian support, the anti-Kyiv insurgency would lose
    Aug28

    Without Russian support, the anti-Kyiv insurgency would lose

    The war is reaching a crunch point. Pushing forward with artillery and bombing raids, Ukrainian forces are recapturing territory and closing in on rebel forces in the east, – the Economist writes. The mood in Kyiv, as Co-director of the Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes at the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk sums it up, is to...

    How Germany Should Address the Threat of a Large-Scale Conventional Attack
    Aug20

    How Germany Should Address the Threat of a Large-Scale Conventional Attack

    The 2011 German Defence Policy Guidelines state that “a direct territorial threat to Germany involving conventional military means remains an unlikely event”. Though experts may still disagree on the likelihood of the threat, given recent events in Ukraine, there should be consensus about necessity to consider it as a real rather than a...

    And Then They Marched Off to War: Azerbaijan and Armenia on the Precipice
    Aug14

    And Then They Marched Off to War: Azerbaijan and Armenia on the Precipice

    For over twenty years, Armenia has occupied huge swathes of Azerbaijan, in violation of written and customary international law. For over twenty years, Armenia’s war crimes and atrocities, its occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and surrounding provinces, its ethnic cleansing of Azerbaijani refugees — all have stagnated, festering and all but...

    Expert Q&A: What is the Best Strategy to Decrease EU Energy Dependence on Russia?
    Aug04

    Expert Q&A: What is the Best Strategy to Decrease EU Energy Dependence on Russia?

    The Ukraine crisis highlighted the problems associated with EU dependence on Russian gas, and greater EU energy independence is now a high priority for decision-makers. In our second “Expert Q&A,” we posed this question to 3 energy and EU policy experts: What is the most effective way to decrease EU dependence on Russian energy?...

    The Verkhovna Rada has to pass amendments to the budget proposed by the Government
    Jul29

    The Verkhovna Rada has to pass amendments to the budget proposed by the Government

    The Verkhovna Rada has to pass amendments to the budget. This opinion was expressed by Director of Economic Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Vasyl Yurchyshyn, informs the newspaper Vysokyi Zamok. “The government bill can be criticised but the situation offers no alternative. We have negative economic dynamics,” emphasised the expert....

    European leaders are trying to soften their attitude to Russia again
    Jul28

    European leaders are trying to soften their attitude to Russia again

    Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk commented to the newspaper Den why it is important to recognise DPR and LPR terrorist organisations, and why Western countries can’t give up on cooperation with Russia completely. The need of the law on partial mobilisation was...

    Snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine will probably hold at the end of October
    Jul24

    Snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine will probably hold at the end of October

    Ukraine’s coalition collapsed after two parties quit during a months-long pro-Russian insurgency in the nation’s east that downed a Malaysian Air jet last week, the Bloomberg reports. “We will probably have snap parliamentary elections at the end of October,” Deputy Director General, Director of Political and Legal...

    Solidarity and Confidence Needed to Sanction Russia
    Jul24

    Solidarity and Confidence Needed to Sanction Russia

    The Ukraine conflict continues to deteriorate, but the EU’s major players are still not getting serious towards Russia. Germany, France and the UK are concerned about their immediate economic interests and point fingers at each other. They need political pressure from all of us to compromise and share the burden of confronting Russia with...

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