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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Merkel Says Ukraine Ceasefire Slow to Take Hold but May Yet Work
    Feb26

    Merkel Says Ukraine Ceasefire Slow to Take Hold but May Yet Work

    February 25, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global Interests...

    CASE welcomes professor Oleh Havrylyshyn as our new Fellow
    Feb26

    CASE welcomes professor Oleh Havrylyshyn as our new Fellow

    We are delighted to announce that professor Oleh Havrylyshyn, an Economic Advisor to the Presidential Administration of Ukraine and a former Deputy Minister of Finance and International Affairs of Ukraine, has joined our team and became one of CASE Fellows. Mr. Havrylyshyn has been a professor at Toronto University and the Joint Vienna Institute...

    Ukraine: A Cuban Missile Crisis in Reverse
    Feb26

    Ukraine: A Cuban Missile Crisis in Reverse

    In a rather ghastly 19th century experiment, a biologist by the name of Heinzmann found that if he placed a frog in boiling water, the frog immediately leapt out but that if he placed the frog in tepid water and then gradually heated it, the frog stayed put until he was scalded to death. Are we like the frog? I see disturbing elements of that...

    Russian Paratroopers Train Near Baltic Borders, Central Asians Nabbed in U.S. Terror Plot
    Feb26

    Russian Paratroopers Train Near Baltic Borders, Central Asians Nabbed in U.S. Terror Plot

    Plus, Mongolia frees foreign businessmen in a tax-dodge case and Macedonia’s students kill a new measure on university exams. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    5 questions every presidential candidate should answer: Russia Edition
    Feb26

    5 questions every presidential candidate should answer: Russia Edition

    While George W. Bush began his presidency seeing in Russian President Vladimir Putin a friend and a partner, by the end of Bush’s presidency, US-Russian relations were strained. The two governments verbally sparred over the US withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002, and the US invasion of Iraq the following year. Tensions...

    Russian gas for the Donbas: the games being played with Kyiv and Brussels
    Feb26

    Russian gas for the Donbas: the games being played with Kyiv and Brussels

    2015-02-25Szymon KardaśThe suspension by Naftohaz of gas supplies to the Donbas has been treated by Moscow as a pretext to unfreeze the Russian-Ukrainian gas dispute. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

    How Ukraine Can Beat Vladimir Putin
    Feb26

    How Ukraine Can Beat Vladimir Putin

    Ukraine’s best hope for peace is to wind down the war with Russia and to use the breathing space for much-needed reform. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Eurozone signs off on Greek reforms though ECB and IMF raise concerns over lack of detail
    Feb25

    Eurozone signs off on Greek reforms though ECB and IMF raise concerns over lack of detail

    Eurozone signs off on Greek reforms though ECB and IMF raise concerns over lack of detailThe Eurozone yesterday signed off on Greece’s list of reforms paving the way for the four month extension of the financial assistance programme. The Eurogroup said the measures are “sufficiently comprehensive to be a valid starting point for a...

    Russia’s Quest for Balkan Influence and Bases
    Feb25

    Russia’s Quest for Balkan Influence and Bases

    Russia has long harbored an expansionist drive to the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean. And the prelude or precondition for Moscow to be able to make real progress toward securing its influence in these areas has been its domination of Ukraine and the Black Sea (see EDM, September 22, 2014; October 16, 2014). Furthermore, it is quite...

    British-Ukrainian Law Association re-launched during Magna Carta celebrations in London
    Feb25

    British-Ukrainian Law Association re-launched during Magna Carta celebrations in London

    The British-Ukrainian Law Association (BULA), a bilateral legal organisation, held a re-launch reception in London during the Global Law Summit on February 25, 2015, marking 800 years since the sealing of Magna Carta. BULA, originally founded in 1993, has over the past two decades focussed on British-Ukrainian bilateral legal relations. Its...

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