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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    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...

    Ukraine’s Gas Industry Reform: Rhetoric and Reality
    Feb28

    Ukraine’s Gas Industry Reform: Rhetoric and Reality

    Invitation OnlyResearch EventUkraine’s Gas Industry Reform: Rhetoric and Reality28 Jan 2015 – 16:30 to 18:00Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine: East or WestParticipantsPaul Sampson, Senior Correspondent, Energy IntelligencePhilip Vorobyov, Commercial Executive, JKX Oil & GasOverviewThis event will discuss...

    Russian Opposition Leader, Boris Nemtsov, Killed in Moscow
    Feb28

    Russian Opposition Leader, Boris Nemtsov, Killed in Moscow

    [View the story “Nemtsov, a Putin critic, was to address rally denouncing Russia’s role in Ukraine” on Storify] …read more Source: Atlantic...

    Moscow Again Putting Separatist Regions in Play Against Georgia
    Feb27

    Moscow Again Putting Separatist Regions in Play Against Georgia

    On February 18, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the head of the “Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Ossetia,” David Sanakoev, signed an agreement “On the State Border,” whereby Russia recognized the “state borders” of South Ossetia (Bigmir.net, February 20). A similar prepared treaty with the other separatist Georgian...

    Will the West Bail out Ukraine?
    Feb27

    Will the West Bail out Ukraine?

    The war in Ukraine’s eastern provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk did not stop when 2014 came to a close. Therefore, the $27 billion two-year assistance package, promised to Ukraine by the West last May, has turned out to be insufficient to keep the country afloat. In mid-February 2015, the leading industrial nations and international financial...

    The Normandy Format and Ukraine: Doing More Harm Than Good
    Feb27

    The Normandy Format and Ukraine: Doing More Harm Than Good

    The foreign affairs ministers of Russia, Germany, France, and Ukraine—the “Normandy Four” countries—met on February 24, in Paris, to review the situation in Ukraine’s east. Russian and proxy forces had captured Ukraine’s Debaltseve area on February 18, breaching the armistice signed at the “Normandy Four” summit in Minsk on February...

    Getting colder: Cooperating with Russia in the Arctic
    Feb27

    Getting colder: Cooperating with Russia in the Arctic

    Is it possible to isolate the well-established mode of Arctic cooperation from the disruptive impact of the Ukraine crisis? Many stake-holders in cooperative projects with Russia keep insisting on an affirmative answer and seek to bracket out tensions emanating from such obscure locations as Debaltsevo or Mariupol. The European Union (EU), which...

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