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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Munich Security Conference. What Security?
    Feb05

    The Munich Security Conference. What Security?

    As a major annual security gathering begins, Western leaders have no clear moral, political, or strategic compass for Ukraine, the Islamic State, or refugees. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    U.S. Arms to Ukraine: Tilting the Balance
    Feb05

    U.S. Arms to Ukraine: Tilting the Balance

    The United States is now considering sending defensive weapons to help arm Ukrainian forces in their fight against pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine. The conflict has now taken more than 5,300 lives, roughly 2,000 of them since the September 5 ceasefire. What would be the outcome of changing policy and sending military assistance to...

    The Great Exodus: Ukraine’s Refugees Flee to Russia
    Feb05

    The Great Exodus: Ukraine’s Refugees Flee to Russia

    The fact that most of the Ukrainians who fled their country last year went to Russia may come as a surprise to some. The reasons for this are interesting and have been skillfully examined in recent articles. Where are the Ukrainian refugees going in Russia and what awaits them when they arrive? How are they being treated and what do they think of...

    Putin’s Evolution
    Feb05

    Putin’s Evolution

    How did Vladimir Putin, the president who promised Russians stability when he first came to power in 2000, become today’s high-stakes gambler, presiding over an economy in crisis and the war in Ukraine? Why do his priorities now center on his political survival, even as the price he is making ordinary Russians pay for it grows out of all...

    Facing up to Putin’s endgame
    Feb04

    Facing up to Putin’s endgame

    Less than a month after French President François Hollande mused that sanctions on Russia should be lifted (apparently reflecting the prevailing sentiment in much of the European Union), Russia has launched a new offensive through its proxies in Ukraine. Facing a full-blown crisis, with the Russian economy estimated to be contracting by at least...

    Ukrainian Rebels Claim First Air Strike, UN Court Dismisses Yugoslav Genocide Cases
    Feb04

    Ukrainian Rebels Claim First Air Strike, UN Court Dismisses Yugoslav Genocide Cases

    Plus, Macedonia’s high-level spying scandal deepens with secret video broadcast, and Gazprom announces plans to trim Central Asian gas imports. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Judy Asks: Should the West Arm Ukraine?
    Feb04

    Judy Asks: Should the West Arm Ukraine?

    Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Kennan Institute Pleased to Announce New Fellowship Program
    Feb04

    Kennan Institute Pleased to Announce New Fellowship Program

    The Kennan Institute seeks fellowship applicants from diverse, policy-oriented sectors such as media, business, local government, law, civil society, and academia to examine important political, social, economic, cultural, and historical issues in Russia, Ukraine, and the region. Among the aims of the new fellowships are to build bridges between...

    Europe Taking Steps to Wean Itself off Russian Gas
    Feb04

    Europe Taking Steps to Wean Itself off Russian Gas

    European Commission official says supply security one of five goals of new energy union Europe has seized the opportunity provided by the Ukraine crisis to improve its energy security, according to Miguel Arias Cañete, Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy in the European Commission. The annexation of Crimea by Russia in March of 2014, and...

    Ukraine Urgently Needs ‘Front-Loaded’ Financial Aid Package, says Ukrainian Finance Minister
    Feb03

    Ukraine Urgently Needs ‘Front-Loaded’ Financial Aid Package, says Ukrainian Finance Minister

    Jaresko says money will not have desired effect if ‘dribbled out over 12 or 15 months’ Ukraine urgently requires a “front-loaded” financial package from the International Monetary Fund to help its economy recover from the challenges posed by a recession and a war with Russian-backed separatists, according to Ukrainian Finance Minister...

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