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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    China Economy To Slow, Hurting Australia: IMF
    Apr16

    China Economy To Slow, Hurting Australia: IMF

    The news that Australia faces a $30 billion revenue hit over the next four years as a result of lower iron ore prices, combined with a slowdown in China’s growth, spells bad news for the Australian economy. This report looks at predictions for the wider global economy. A crackdown on cheap credit in China is expected to help reduce the rate...

    Kennan Cable No.7: A Closer look at Russia’s “Hybrid War”
    Apr16

    Kennan Cable No.7: A Closer look at Russia’s “Hybrid War”

    Western observers have fallen into a now familiar parlance for describing Russia’s annexation of Crimea and subsequent invasion of Eastern Ukraine. Frequently termed Russia’s “hybrid war” against Ukraine, it is seen by the West as a threatening precedent—even a likely model—for future conflicts on Russia’s periphery. In this...

    The Armenian Genocide: Lessons from Raphael Lemkin
    Apr15

    The Armenian Genocide: Lessons from Raphael Lemkin

    on The Armenian Genocide: Lessons from Raphael Lemkin… The post The Armenian Genocide: Lessons from Raphael Lemkin appeared first on Acton Institute PowerBlog.Related posts:Raphael Lemkin: The One-Man NGO Against Genocide Ukraine’s Holodomor: A Genocide Lost in the Pages of History ‘Watchers of the Sky’: Awakening the World’s...

    Ukraine Fighting Intensifies, Albanian Insurgent Group Resurfaces in Macedonia
    Apr15

    Ukraine Fighting Intensifies, Albanian Insurgent Group Resurfaces in Macedonia

    Plus, Tajikistan bans under-35s from making the pilgrimage to Mecca, and Internet giants reportedly begin transferring data to Russian servers. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    LOL in the CR
    Apr15

    LOL in the CR

    The Czech president’s ham-handed approach to his Victory Day trip to Moscow causes mirth in the cyber sphere and unease for his Slovak ally. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Should Western Leaders Attend Moscow’s WWII Parade?
    Apr15

    Should Western Leaders Attend Moscow’s WWII Parade?

    On May 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin will preside over the Moscow Victory Day Parade in Red Square, which will celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany in 1945. Carnegie Europe asked a group of experts whether Western leaders should attend the event. Joerg Forbrig, Transatlantic fellow for Central and Eastern...

    All for All? The Breakdown of POW Exchanges in the Donbas
    Apr15

    All for All? The Breakdown of POW Exchanges in the Donbas

    The fact that the process of prisoner exchanges is still incomplete after months of fits and starts volumes about the messiness of the situation in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Open Europe study: How would Brexit impact Ireland?
    Apr15

    Open Europe study: How would Brexit impact Ireland?

    Open Europe study: How would Brexit impact Ireland?The front page of The Irish Times features the latest instalment of Open Europe’s Brexit study, which finds that Ireland could be worse off than the UK in a Brexit scenario. In a best-case scenario, where the UK negotiated an “ambitious” free-trade agreement with the EU, Ireland would still...

    Central Europe’s Response to Conflict in Ukraine
    Apr15

    Central Europe’s Response to Conflict in Ukraine

    AIIA National Office intern Alexia Jablonski interviews Dr Katarzyna Pisarska on the Visegrad group, the European Union’s response to Russia’s intervention in Ukraine and the public diplomacy efforts of Central European countries. Dr Katarzyna Pisarska is the Founder and Director of the European Academy of Diplomacy and the Visegrad...

    Moscow’s Pressure on Belarus Increasingly Counterproductive
    Apr15

    Moscow’s Pressure on Belarus Increasingly Counterproductive

    Moscow’s increasing pressure on Minsk to hew the pro-Russia line is proving to be counterproductive in three ways: First, it has prompted President Alyaksandr Lukashenka to take on even more independent positions—and owing to what Vladimir Putin is doing, he is not the “last dictator in Europe” any more. Second, Russian pressure is...

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