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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks

    What Do Ukrainians Actually Think?
    Jan16

    What Do Ukrainians Actually Think?

    There is a paucity of Ukrainian opinion poll data at a time when this should be vital information for anybody interested in helping Ukraine’s reform process. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Price of Appeasing Russian Adventurism
    Jan16

    The Price of Appeasing Russian Adventurism

    Washington’s acceptance of Russia’s annexation of Crimea would have far-reaching implications for the world’s nuclear nonproliferation regime. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Price of Appeasing Russian Adventurism
    Jan16

    The Price of Appeasing Russian Adventurism

    Washington’s acceptance of Russia’s annexation of Crimea would have far-reaching implications for the world’s nuclear nonproliferation regime. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Problems with Corruption in Ukraine
    Jan16

    Problems with Corruption in Ukraine

    Under pressure from civil society and international institutions, the Ukrainian authorities have taken steps to reduce corruption. Although these measures have brought initial positive results, corruption remains one of the biggest problems facing the country as any changes meet with resistance from part of the Ukrainian political elite afraid of...

    Going to the People-and Back Again: The Changing Shape of the Russian Regime
    Jan16

    Going to the People-and Back Again: The Changing Shape of the Russian Regime

    For most of Russian history, the country’s leaders have employed a top-down political system. When Crimea was annexed in 2014, the Kremlin temporarily allowed more decentralized patriotic activism to rally support, but they soon saw the potential risks and reverted to more centralized political control. | Русский …read more Source:...

    FSB detains Ukrainian Cultural Centre activist & his wife in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Jan16

    FSB detains Ukrainian Cultural Centre activist & his wife in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Russia’s FSB is preparing ‘extremism’ charges against yet another pro-Ukrainian Crimean, a young mother of two small children, with the pretext this time being a post on the social network VKontakte. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    International NGOs should get the facts right re Ukraine’s ‘Ban’ on Russian TV Dozhd
    Jan16

    International NGOs should get the facts right re Ukraine’s ‘Ban’ on Russian TV Dozhd

    Ukraine’s removal of the independent Russian Dozhd TV from cable networks elicited angry responses and accusations of ‘censorship’ from at least two international NGOs, neither of whom fully addressed the reason for the restrictions imposed, or what they did not entail.. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Top anti-corruption post for persecutor of well-known Ukrainian human rights activist?
    Jan14

    Top anti-corruption post for persecutor of well-known Ukrainian human rights activist?

    The likely appointment of Dmytro Rudenko to a top post in Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau has appalled many rights activists who remember his active role in the persecution of Vinnytsa human rights activist Dmytro Groysman. It raises questions also as to how he came to be appointed head of the Khmelnytsky National Police back in...

    Moscow’s concept of a Greater Europe is still just a dream
    Jan14

    Moscow’s concept of a Greater Europe is still just a dream

    Moscow’s concept of a Greater Europe is still just a dream Until Moscow and Brussels change their zero-sum approach, any talk about reviving the concept of a Greater Europe is just wishful thinkingUntil Moscow and Brussels change their zero-sum approach, any talk about reviving the concept of a Greater Europe is just wishful thinking.A...

    Trump, sanctions, Congress: business or principles?
    Jan13

    Trump, sanctions, Congress: business or principles?

    Russia / World On January 1, U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar, Lindsey Graham, and John McCain called for new sanctions on Russia – even in the aftermath of President Barack Obama’s expulsion of 35 ‘diplomats’ – only metres from the border with Georgia’s de facto Russian-occupied breakaway region of South Ossetia. On January 10, ten...

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