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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russian Groups Crowdfunded The War In Ukraine
    Jun11

    Russian Groups Crowdfunded The War In Ukraine

    June 11, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Six Reasons Why Russia Should be Recognized as a Party to the Conflict in Ukraine
    Jun11

    Six Reasons Why Russia Should be Recognized as a Party to the Conflict in Ukraine

    The fluctuating intensity of warfare in the Donbas region should be seen neither as a step toward freezing the conflict nor toward achieving a lasting peace. While Russia remains nominally unrecognized as party to the conflict by the West, the Minsk II agreement may well share the ineffectual fate of its predecessor, Minsk I. To avoid this fate,...

    The harsh reality of Ukraine’s fiscal arithmetic
    Jun11

    The harsh reality of Ukraine’s fiscal arithmetic

    • Ukraine is struggling with both external aggression and the dramatically poor shape of its economy. The pace of political and institutional change has so far been too slow to prevent the deepening of the fiscal and balance-of-payments crises, while business confidence continues to be undermined. • Unfortunately, the 2015 International Monetary...

    French Hacking Trail Leads to Russia, Baku Blocks Amnesty Presentation
    Jun11

    French Hacking Trail Leads to Russia, Baku Blocks Amnesty Presentation

    Plus, a Bosnian Serb who fought for the Muslims is arrested in Switzerland and Kazakhstan uses snow as its Olympic trump card. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    French Hacking Trail Leads to Russia, Baku Blocks Amnesty Presentation
    Jun11

    French Hacking Trail Leads to Russia, Baku Blocks Amnesty Presentation

    Plus, a Bosnian Serb who fought for the Muslims is arrested in Switzerland and Kazakhstan uses snow as its Olympic trump card. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe and Russia: A tale of two pipelines
    Jun11

    Europe and Russia: A tale of two pipelines

    The European Union recently renewed its economic sanctions on Russia over the invasion of Ukraine, but Russia remains a big energy source, albeit with one big “if” — if Russia can get its energy to market. And that becomes a question of pipeline geopolitics. For Europe and Russia, this means the question of the “Turkish Stream” pipeline project...

    Media Environment in Russia
    Jun11

    Media Environment in Russia

    25JunInvitation OnlyResearch EventMedia Environment in Russia25 Jun 2015 – 10:15 to 11:45Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Russia’s Domestic PoliticsParticipantsAlexei Venediktov, Editor-in-Chief, Ekho MoskvyDownload ResultsOverviewAlexei Venediktov will discuss the difficulties faced by media outlets in Russia and...

    Russia’s Buildup Along Ukraine’s Border Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does
    Jun11

    Russia’s Buildup Along Ukraine’s Border Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does

    Much has been made about the tactics and military doctrine driving Russian operations in eastern Ukraine. Some analysts see Russia following a hybrid war strategy, while others contend that the Kremlin is simply trying to “catch up conceptually to the realities of modern war.” One thing is clear: Russia is manipulating eastern Ukraine...

    Here’s How to Ensure Radical Transparency in Ukraine: Install Cameras Everywhere
    Jun11

    Here’s How to Ensure Radical Transparency in Ukraine: Install Cameras Everywhere

    On Saturday, June 6, approximately 200 people gathered in the great hall of the Vyshhorod state administration building to welcome home 120 soldiers returning from the war in eastern Ukraine.Vyshhorod District Head Alexander Gorgan presented certificates to those soldiers who had completed one year of military service, which entitles them to...

    Putin’s strategy has weakened Russia
    Jun11

    Putin’s strategy has weakened Russia

    Is Russia really weak? In response to our recent article at Foreign Affairs titled Paper Tiger Putin, Sergey Aleksashenko argued on this blog that everyone should stop calling Russia weak. His response misses our main point—worse still, it is critically flawed when it comes to policy advice. (Pavel Baev’s response is a good one and we agree...

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