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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine Crisis Update: August 5, 2015
    Aug06

    Ukraine Crisis Update: August 5, 2015

    Download the PDF Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine continued to launch indirect fire and probing infantry attacks against Ukrainian forces in a similar pattern to recent weeks as negotiators from Kyiv, Moscow and the separatist “republics” convened in Minsk to discuss the failing February 2015 ‘Minsk II’ ceasefire agreement....

    Ukraine’s Antiterrorism Cooperation With Russia
    Aug06

    Ukraine’s Antiterrorism Cooperation With Russia

    The financial intelligence services of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine have been intensively cooperating to prevent the financing of illegal armed groups, according to Vyachaslaw Reut, the head of the financial monitoring department of Belarus’ State Control Committee (KGK) (TASS, July 22). “Despite the existing political differences between...

    Power in the Service of Power
    Aug05

    Power in the Service of Power

    It’s been a bad month for the angst-ridden US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power. Last week, she was “outraged” by Russia’s veto at the UN Security Council of an international criminal court into the downing of Malaysian airliner MH17 over eastern Ukraine. Three weeks prior, Power was again “outraged” by Russia’s veto of a...

    Ukraine Army Gets Help From Classic Car Restorers
    Aug05

    Ukraine Army Gets Help From Classic Car Restorers

    August 5, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    More EU Anti-Migrant Protests, Russia Unveils Aerospace Force
    Aug05

    More EU Anti-Migrant Protests, Russia Unveils Aerospace Force

    Plus, latest Ukrainian peace talks end in acrimony; Kyrgyzstan looks ahead to elections as it mends fences with Moscow. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Debating the dubious Iran deal
    Aug05

    Debating the dubious Iran deal

    With so many flaws, the Vienna agreement on Iran’s nuclear-weapons program is generating considerable debate. But beyond the deal’s many deficiencies, broader implications — almost entirely negative for the United States and its closest allies — are still not well understood.kisa kuyruk / Shutterstock.comAmericans must consider these...

    Who’s Afraid of NATO Enlargement?
    Aug05

    Who’s Afraid of NATO Enlargement?

    Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine is forcing NATO to rethink the strategic benefits of further alliance enlargement. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The role of women and gender policies  in addressing the military conflict in Ukraine
    Aug05

    The role of women and gender policies in addressing the military conflict in Ukraine

    NATO Advanced Research Workshop, in cooperation with the Ukrainian NGO Democarcy Development Center of Kiev, with the NATO support and in contact with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. …read more Source: Istituto Affari...

    Will Belarus Be Putin’s Next Target?
    Aug05

    Will Belarus Be Putin’s Next Target?

    Both certain Belarusians and some Russian analysts are convinced that Vladimir Putin’s next target will be Belarus. They have their reasons, and these reasons are compelling: Taking Belarus would give Putin a victory he has not been able to achieve in Ukraine; a move of this sort would not generate a Western response of the kind that...

    Elections in the Donetsk-Luhansk ‘People’s Republics’ Have No Legal Basis (Part One)
    Aug05

    Elections in the Donetsk-Luhansk ‘People’s Republics’ Have No Legal Basis (Part One)

    Local elections are looming in the Donetsk and Luhansk “people’s republics” (“DPR, LPR”) in October. If validated internationally, such elections could lead to internal Ukrainian constitutional negotiations that would preserve the Russia-Ukraine conflict—unsolved, but in a different form. It would conclusively vindicate Russia’s...

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