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    ‘Cold Eastern Winds’: An interview with Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze
    Nov13

    ‘Cold Eastern Winds’: An interview with Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze

    Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, joined Brian Maguire in the EURACTIV Studio to discuss the Eastern Partnership Summit declaration, Ukraine’s intense reform process, the challenge of ‘Ukraine fatigue’ in Brussels, and the risks Russia continues to present along Europe’s Eastern border. …read more...

    Seven things you should know about pro-Kremlin disinformation
    Nov13

    Seven things you should know about pro-Kremlin disinformation

    Pro-Kremlin disinformation can look like just another news story – important keys to not being manipulated from EU vs. Disinfo …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia is placing tortured Ukrainian political prisoner’s life in danger
    Nov13

    Russia is placing tortured Ukrainian political prisoner’s life in danger

    Having driven Ukrainian historian Stanyslav Klykh close to insanity through torture, psychotropic drugs and a Kafkaesque ‘trial’, Russia is now placing the 43-year-old’s life in danger. His mother reports that, instead of providing her son with proper diagnosis and treatment, they injected him with some unidentified medication which...

    Foreign Agents Registration Act Marked by History of Politicization, Selective Enforcement
    Nov11

    Foreign Agents Registration Act Marked by History of Politicization, Selective Enforcement

    Though it garnered renewed interest thanks to Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Trump administration and the rise of “Russiagate” hysteria, the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) of 1938 has been irregularly enforced over the course of its 79-year history. Despite nearly eight decades on the books, the law has resulted in only a...

    Watch List Findings: Nov. 11, 2017
    Nov11

    Watch List Findings: Nov. 11, 2017

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    Georgian, Russian Church Leaders Discuss Abkhaz Schism
    Nov10

    Georgian, Russian Church Leaders Discuss Abkhaz Schism

    Georgia and Russia have no diplomatic relations, but their Orthodox churches remain on friendly terms. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    NATO Set for Major Expansion

    Alliance tries to allay concerns of unpreparedness in the face of Russia’s aggressive European policy. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Lviv Region in Double Logistics Boost
    Nov10

    Lviv Region in Double Logistics Boost

    A major new logistics center is to be built in the Lviv region of Ukraine close to the border with Poland, offering huge advantages for both countries. “Each participant has much to gain,” Roman Matys at the Lviv Regional State Administration tells Emerging Europe. “Cargo from the EU will be able to enter Ukraine without hindrance, without...

    Kiev Arbitration Days-2017: Think big! (conference report)
    Nov10

    Kiev Arbitration Days-2017: Think big! (conference report)

    On 3 November 2017 the Ukrainian capital – Kiev – hosted the International Conference “KIEV ARBITRATION DAYS 2017: Think Big!”, organized by the Ukrainian Bar Association. The CIS Arbitration Forum was the information partner of the event. The Kiev Arbitration Days 2017 aimed to bring together outstanding dispute resolution practitioners and...

    Georgia is Returning to its Place at the European Table
    Nov10

    Georgia is Returning to its Place at the European Table

    When the Soviet Union dissolved on New Year’s Eve, 1991, it was replaced by 15 newly-independent countries with vastly different cultures and levels of development. One of those countries, Georgia, emerged with the determination to shed its Soviet baggage and return to Europe as a modern, functioning nation-state. For this country,...

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