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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Dignified Warrior: Nadia Savchenko Confronts Her Kremlin Captors
    Jan16

    Ukraine’s Dignified Warrior: Nadia Savchenko Confronts Her Kremlin Captors

    Paratrooper, Pilot, and now Parliament Member, Savchenko Pursues a Hunger Strike That Is Raising Public Pressure Against Moscow In seven months since a Russian-backed militia in southeastern Ukraine captured Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian paratrooper and pilot has become one of her country’s biggest icons in its war against the Russian...

    Instead of implementing economic reforms, the government is increasing the fiscal burden
    Jan16

    Instead of implementing economic reforms, the government is increasing the fiscal burden

    Director of Economic Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Vasyl Yurchyshyn commented to the magazine Krayina on how the Ukrainian government, instead of implementing economic reforms, had resorted to increasing the fiscal burden. There is a problem with how people understand reforms and how the government understands them. If reforms mean increasing...

    Disappointment and fear – the public mood in Ukraine
    Jan16

    Disappointment and fear – the public mood in Ukraine

    2015-01-14In Ukraine, disillusionment caused by the lack of reforms and the worsening economic situation is rising. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

    Putin and Ukraine: Expect more brutal aggression from Russia’s desperate leader
    Jan16

    Putin and Ukraine: Expect more brutal aggression from Russia’s desperate leader

    The renewal of fighting this week over the Donetsk airport in Eastern Ukraine– an important symbolic target for Russian proxy fighters—should come as no surprise. The U.S. and Western Europe should expect even more extensive Russia-directed attacks.Why? Because of the choice Vladimir Putin made five years ago, confirmed on his reelection in 2012...

    Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands
    Jan15

    Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands

    Invitation OnlyResearch EventFrontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands15 Jan 2015 – 16:30 to 18:00Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Promise and Realism in Relations With Russia, Ukraine: East or WestParticipantsRichard Sakwa, Professor of Russian and European Politics and Head, School of Politics and International...

    On Competition in the Banking Sector in Poland and Europe Before and During the Crisis
    Jan15

    On Competition in the Banking Sector in Poland and Europe Before and During the Crisis

    In the past decades, the banking sector has come to be known in literature as the banking industry as it was geared to increasing profits, banks were growing, and banking products developed dynamically. It was believed that competition in the banking sector makes banks more efficient and stimulates financial innovation opening new markets (Bikker...

    Donetsk Explodes Again, Polish Government Takes on Miners
    Jan15

    Donetsk Explodes Again, Polish Government Takes on Miners

    Plus, Croatia’s new leader takes flak from the neighbors, and Russia says transsexuals are not banned from driving. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Deepening divisions within the Ukrainian government coalition
    Jan15

    Deepening divisions within the Ukrainian government coalition

    2015-01-14Tadeusz A. OlszańskiOstatnie tygodnie obrad nowej Rady Najwyższej ukazują coraz mocniej rysujące się linie podziału w koalicji rządzącej. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern...

    Naftogaz’s Long Road to Europe
    Jan15

    Naftogaz’s Long Road to Europe

    Andriy Kobolyev, the CEO of Naftogaz, wants to integrate Ukraine’s energy sector into the EU. That, he believes, would end Gazprom’s political grip over his country. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Independent Ukraine is in a state of war for the first time in its history
    Jan15

    Independent Ukraine is in a state of war for the first time in its history

    Relatives of Ukrainian protesters killed in the clashes that led to the ouster of Moscow-backed president Viktor Yanukovych have yet to see justice. And the costs of revolution are adding up, reports the Voice of America. Thousands have died in ongoing fighting with Russia-backed rebels in the east, a major challenge for Ukraine’s new...

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