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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Investment Prospects Priority in the Policy of Stable Economic Growth in Great Britain
    Mar13

    Investment Prospects Priority in the Policy of Stable Economic Growth in Great Britain

    The article considers the components of the economic grown policy of Great Britain based on global consolidation of the investment position of the country. The place of Great Britain in the system of international economic relations and its role in the EU has been established by means of comparative analysis of a number of macroeconomic indices...

    Ukraine Crisis Update: March 12, 2015
    Mar13

    Ukraine Crisis Update: March 12, 2015

    Download the PDF While Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced that both the separatists and Ukrainian Anti-Terror Operation (ATO) forces had withdrawn a large amount of heavy weaponry in accordance with the February 12 ceasefire agreement, shelling and clashes persisted in several key areas across the frontline. Tags Ukraine Project...

    Belarus: Bystander in the Ukrainian Crisis?
    Mar13

    Belarus: Bystander in the Ukrainian Crisis?

    During the past year of continuous crisis in Ukraine, Minsk has portrayed itself as a mediating “peacemaker,” bringing together representatives from the West, Russia, and Ukraine for diplomatic talks aimed at finding a solution to the conflict. In practice, however, Minsk’s role has come down to nothing more than providing a physical stage...

    Russia and Ukraine: An Exceptional Love Affair?
    Mar12

    Russia and Ukraine: An Exceptional Love Affair?

    In a meeting with young historians last fall, Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the annexation of Crimea (RT on Russia and Ukraine: An Exceptional Love Affair?… The post Russia and Ukraine: An Exceptional Love Affair? appeared first on Acton Institute PowerBlog.Related posts:Explainer: What Just Happened with Russia and Ukraine? Video:...

    We may live in different worlds, but sanctions on Russia still make sense
    Mar12

    We may live in different worlds, but sanctions on Russia still make sense

    My colleague, Clifford Gaddy, wrote about sanctions on Russia on this blog on March 9. He notes that the West, on the one hand, and President Vladimir Putin and Russia, on the other, hold fundamentally different views of global and national security, and argues that U.S. and European Union sanctions on Russia are bound to fail. I hesitate to...

    Europe’s Fight against ISIS: A New Security Leadership?
    Mar12

    Europe’s Fight against ISIS: A New Security Leadership?

    Image: finance.yahoo.com WASHINGTON—Late last month, the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle steamed into the Persian Gulf to join the fight against the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). While little noticed in the United States, the de Gaulle’s arrival significantly enhances what France is bringing to the fight....

    A Treaty That Ended the Cold War in Europe Is Denounced in Moscow
    Mar12

    A Treaty That Ended the Cold War in Europe Is Denounced in Moscow

    This week, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it will no longer attend the meetings of the Joint Consultative Group (JCG) of the Conventional Forces in Europe (CFE) treaty of 1990. The Russian arms control representative in Vienna, Alexander Mazur, told reporters: “The withdrawal from CFE announced by Russia in 2007 is now...

    Sanctions One Year Later: Did They Even Matter?
    Mar12

    Sanctions One Year Later: Did They Even Matter?

    By Sergey Aleksashenko, Former Deputy Finance Minister of Russia @Saleksashenko One year ago on March 6, the Western nations adopted the first targeted sanctions against Russian companies and citizens linked to the conflict in Ukraine. Today we can say those sanctions have been barely effective. The main goal of the sanctions, which were...

    The War in Ukraine: The Roots of Russian Conduct
    Mar12

    The War in Ukraine: The Roots of Russian Conduct

    A year after the annexation of Crimea and the start of hostilities in Eastern Ukraine, the sequence of events leading up to the crisis are well established. Yet these events find their origins in Russia’s recent and distant past, as well as the EU’s image of a modern, post-WWII Europe. Join us for a panel discussion of the origins of...

    Kennan Cable No.6: Peace and Energy in Ukraine… and Russia
    Mar12

    Kennan Cable No.6: Peace and Energy in Ukraine… and Russia

    Ukraine remains at a precipice between increased military escalation with Russia and eastern separatists, and concerted efforts – the latest in Minsk – to achieve a diplomatic settlement that recognizes its sovereignty and independence. If diplomacy prevails, President Poroshenko and his government will face a daunting agenda of defining a viable...

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