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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Participation in the visit of the Ukrainian delegation to Germany
    Feb27

    Participation in the visit of the Ukrainian delegation to Germany

    On 26-30 January 2015, Leading Expert of Political and Legal Programmes of the Razumkov Centre V. Zamiatin participated in the visit of the delegation of Ukrainian politicians (which included people’s deputies from the factions of Blok Petra Poroshenka, Narodnyi Front, and Batkivshchyna of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine) to the Federative...

    Pros and cons of the new Minsk agreement
    Feb27

    Pros and cons of the new Minsk agreement

    Deputy Director General, Director of Political and Legal Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Yuriy Yakymenko told the website Forum about the possible consequences of the new Minsk agreement. The documents signed after 16-hour talks in Minsk have both pros and cons. What is good is that there is a set of measures that are unconditional and contain...

    Round table Prospects for Ukraine– Russia relations: conceptual approaches and practical steps
    Feb27

    Round table Prospects for Ukraine– Russia relations: conceptual approaches and practical steps

    On 5 February 2015, the Razumkov Centre jointly with the representative office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Ukraine held the round table Prospects for Ukraine-Russia Relations: Conceptual Approaches and Practical Steps. It was attended by people’s deputies of Ukraine, representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine,...

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №12
    Feb27

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №12

    This issue contains articles and interviews of the Razumkov Centre’s experts, dealing with most topical issues in Ukraine’s current affairs. In particular – domestic politics, security sector, the situation in the Ukrainian economy and energy sector. Read the Razumkov Centre Newsletter №12 …read more Source: Razumkov Centre...

    On foreign policy measures to force Russia to make peace
    Feb27

    On foreign policy measures to force Russia to make peace

    This refers to increasing the role of the UN Security Council in this process, which is now limited to Russia’s right of veto against any draft resolution of the SC aimed against it. It is proposed not to initiate any reform of the UN (it is a long and controversial process) but to use existing opportunities stipulated in the UN Charter....

    Participation in the Europe–Ukraine Forum in Lodz (Poland)
    Feb27

    Participation in the Europe–Ukraine Forum in Lodz (Poland)

    The delegation of the Razumkov Centre, which included Deputy Director Y. Yakymenko, Co-directors of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes M. Pashkov and O. Melnyk, Director of Energy Programmes V. Omelchenko, and Leading Expert of Political and Legal Programmes V. Zamiatin, took part in the VII Europe-Ukraine Forum, held in Lodz...

    Participation in the meeting of the Strategic Discussion Club
    Feb27

    Participation in the meeting of the Strategic Discussion Club

    On 11 February 2015, in Mykolayiv, a meeting of the Strategic Discussion Club was held within the project of the Institute of World Policy Strategic Discussion Club in the Regions of Ukraine, which is implemented with support of the Government of Norway. The aim of the project is to conduct public discussions of the tools for ensuring security...

    How to contain Russia without a new Cold War
    Feb26

    How to contain Russia without a new Cold War

    The debate over whether to arm Ukraine is obscuring a more fundamental strategic choice for the United States— how to deal with Putin’s Russia. The fracturing of the relationship between Russia and the west is about much more than control over provinces in eastern Ukraine. It has to do with a fundamental difference over how to constitute...

    Armenia and Turkey: From normalization to reconciliation
    Feb26

    Armenia and Turkey: From normalization to reconciliation

    Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in the Winter 2015 edition of Turkish Policy Quarterly. Exactly one century ago in March 1915, the British and French navies, together with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), attempted to force their way through the Turkish Straits to attack Istanbul and open a new front...

    This is what Putin really wants
    Feb26

    This is what Putin really wants

    At a news conference in Budapest on February 17, Russian president Vladimir Putin engaged in one of his favorite pastimes: sparring with journalists. One reporter asked if Putin thought the newly brokered ceasefire in Ukraine’s Donbas region would hold. If not, what would Russia do if the United States sent weapons to the Ukrainian army?...

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