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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The “Trump cards” of the Russian Propaganda and Disinformation Operations
    Jun12

    The “Trump cards” of the Russian Propaganda and Disinformation Operations

    The outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis in the late 2013 has not only demonstrated the deepness of the abyss between Russia and the West. There is yet another aspect: quarter of a century that passed since the disillusion of the USSR has not led toward democratisations of Russia, nor has it witnessed Moscow abdicating from neo-imperial ambitions of...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Sweden
    Jun12

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Sweden

    A discussion paper was prepared by Daria Gaidai and Leonid Litra, research fellows at the Institute of World Policy …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ukraine’s Government seeks to legalize illegal Security Service detention prisons
    Jun12

    Ukraine’s Government seeks to legalize illegal Security Service detention prisons

    The Cabinet of Ministers has tabled a draft bill which acknowledges the long-denied existence of SBU [Security Service] detention facilities and proposes amendments to legislation in order to formally allow them. Legal may be preferable to illegal, however removing the possibility of abuse by the Security Service would be better still …read...

    Judicial reform: don’t make a fool of us
    Jun12

    Judicial reform: don’t make a fool of us

    We were promised a judicial reform. It was promised by President Poroshenko – the author of laws, by the representatives of the parliamentary coalition who voted for those laws, by the Ministry of Justice. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia refuses to let imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader see his gravely ill mother
    Jun12

    Russia refuses to let imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader see his gravely ill mother

    There appear to be no depths that Russia and its court lackeys will not stoop to. Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader and recognized political prisoner Akhtem Chiygoz has been refused permission to see his mother who is critically ill and has not seen her son for two years. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Continuing the Euromaidan through Healthcare Reform: A Conversation with Ukraine’s Minister of Health
    Jun09

    Continuing the Euromaidan through Healthcare Reform: A Conversation with Ukraine’s Minister of Health

    Ukraine’s Minister of Health Ulana Suprun believes the key to combatting corruption lies in the resolution of issues plaguing the medical system. Join us for a discussion about the vital role healthcare plays in the national security of Ukraine and the sweeping package of healthcare reforms currently before the Verkhovna Rada. Minister...

    A House Without Foundations: The North Korea Sanctions Regime and its Implementation
    Jun09

    A House Without Foundations: The North Korea Sanctions Regime and its Implementation

    This report identifies the challenges of implementing sanctions on North Korea.Download the report hereNorth Korea tested its first nuclear weapon over a decade ago, in October 2006. UN sanctions have been part of the international community’s tools to address the concerning trajectory of Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programmes...

    Britain and the Origins and Future of the European Defence and Security Mechanism
    Jun09

    Britain and the Origins and Future of the European Defence and Security Mechanism

    Britain’s split from the EU in two years time must not be allowed to harm the principles of defence and security cooperation that have underpinned peace for more than 75 years.Throughout the second half of the twentieth century, the UK played a key role in the creation and development of a flexible and sustainable mechanism for European...

    Ukraine Lawmakers Back NATO Membership
    Jun09

    Ukraine Lawmakers Back NATO Membership

    Vote angers the Kremlin, which faces allegations of meddling in two Balkan countries to derail their NATO bids. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    After Crimea, a Changing Landscape in Russian Anti-Extremism Policy
    Jun09

    After Crimea, a Changing Landscape in Russian Anti-Extremism Policy

    In the years following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the state’s turn towards nationalist ideology, based on traditional values, has shaped the formation and enforcement of anti-extremism policies. The move away from state secularism has led to the introduction of explicitly ideological articles into the criminal code. The...

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