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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Manipulations on Determination of the Cost of Natural Gas Production in Ukraine: Which Cost is Economically Feasible in Reality?
    Mar02

    Manipulations on Determination of the Cost of Natural Gas Production in Ukraine: Which Cost is Economically Feasible in Reality?

    Leading expert of Energy programmes of the Razumkov Centre Viktor Logatskiy explains the manipulations on determination of the cost of natural gas production in Ukraine and which cost is economically feasible in reality. …read more Source: Razumkov...

    The Political Landscape in Russia One Year After Crimea
    Mar02

    The Political Landscape in Russia One Year After Crimea

    11MarInvitation OnlyResearch EventThe Political Landscape in Russia One Year After Crimea11 Mar 2015 – 12:00 to 13:30Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Russia’s Domestic PoliticsParticipantsIlya Ponomarev, Member of the State Duma, RussiaDownload ResultsOverviewThis event will offer an insight into the political...

    UN Rights Office: Death Toll in Eastern Ukraine Passes 6,000
    Mar02

    UN Rights Office: Death Toll in Eastern Ukraine Passes 6,000

    March 2, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine’s gas “federalisation”
    Mar02

    Ukraine’s gas “federalisation”

    Gazprom is supplying gas directly to Ukraine’s breakaway regions and the dispute with Ukraine threatens Ukraine’s future territorial integrity. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Who killed Boris Nemtsov, and why?
    Mar02

    Who killed Boris Nemtsov, and why?

    The gangland-style killing of Boris Nemtsov on Saturday marked the worrying return of political assassination to Russia’s internal power games. While Russia has remained one of the most dangerous places to be a government opponent or outspoken journalist, murders of opposition members have actually tapered off in recent years. Nemtsov was...

    Nemtsov Assassination Is Rooted in Putin’s Authoritarianism
    Mar02

    Nemtsov Assassination Is Rooted in Putin’s Authoritarianism

    Passive Responses to Putin Darken the Future for Ukraine—and for Russia The professional killing of Boris Nemtsov February 27 confronts us with two facts that Western policymakers ignore at great cost in the Russia-Ukraine war. First, Mr. Putin’s war in Ukraine is potentially a great domestic political liability for him. Second, it is...

    Who Will Bell the Nuclear Cat?
    Mar01

    Who Will Bell the Nuclear Cat?

    The global nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation agenda has stalled. Yet disarmament is the only way to fully eliminate nuclear weapons risk. Five years ago hopes were high that the world was at last headed towards nuclear disarmament. In April 2009 the (then) exciting new US President Barack Obama gave an inspiring speech in Prague wherein...

    Liberty in Search of Protector – Interview With Vaclav Klaus
    Feb28

    Liberty in Search of Protector – Interview With Vaclav Klaus

    Please see below excerpts from a Global Gold interview with former Czech President and Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus. To read the entire interview, please click here. -ed.Liberty is a fundamental human right; it is the cornerstone of our existence. But liberty is under attack from all directions, whether through higher state control or individuals...

    Ukraine: Situation Report and Needs Assessment
    Feb28

    Ukraine: Situation Report and Needs Assessment

    06MarInvitation OnlyResearch EventUkraine: Situation Report and Needs Assessment6 Mar 2015 – 10:30 to 12:00Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine: East or WestParticipantsNatalia Halibarenko, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, UkraineDownload ResultsOverviewThis event will focus on key issues in Ukraine’s...

    EU-Russia Relations and the Ukraine Crisis
    Feb28

    EU-Russia Relations and the Ukraine Crisis

    Invitation OnlyResearch EventEU-Russia Relations and the Ukraine Crisis12 Feb 2015 – 14:00 to 15:30Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, New Faces from Russia, Promise and Realism in Relations With RussiaParticipantsSergey Utkin, Head, Department of Strategic Assessment, Centre for Situation Analysis, Russian Academy of...

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