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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part Two)
    Mar14

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Most of the “old” Europe—pre-1999 members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union—does not acknowledge the wider implications of Russia’s war in Ukraine (let alone the fact that it is a war). That group treats this war, instead, as an internal conflict localizable in...

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part One)
    Mar14

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part One)

    Russia’s war against Ukraine has exposed the deepening cracks in Europe’s understanding of itself as the West’s core, and in its positioning vis-à-vis an openly adverse Russia. Fragmentation processes were ongoing in Europe prior to this war, both above and (with longer-term effects) below the surface of European external...

    Amid Rising Regional Tensions, Turkmenistan Reevaluates Neutrality Policy
    Mar14

    Amid Rising Regional Tensions, Turkmenistan Reevaluates Neutrality Policy

    For the last two decades, Turkmenistan has adhered to a foreign policy of strict neutrality. But the drawdown, in neighboring Afghanistan, of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission has coincided with the appearance of Islamic State (IS) militants in that war-torn country. The two factors have combined to compel Turkmenistan to...

    VIDEO: Putin’s Third Term – Interview with Richard Sakwa, University of Kent
    Mar13

    VIDEO: Putin’s Third Term – Interview with Richard Sakwa, University of Kent

    Russia’s turbulent 2014 has prompted numerous questions on the country’s long-term trajectory under the leadership of President Vladimir Putin. Can Russia rebound from its current economic crisis? What, if any, vestiges of cooperation with the West exist for 2015 and beyond? What is the Kremlin’s domestic policy and how is it...

    From Medicine to Passports, Mediators Help Ukraine’s Roma Get What They Need
    Mar13

    From Medicine to Passports, Mediators Help Ukraine’s Roma Get What They Need

    During a time of change, a group bridges the gap between Ukraine’s disenfranchised minority and social services. …read more Source: Open Society...

    Ukraine Holds Talks to Ease Debt Burden
    Mar13

    Ukraine Holds Talks to Ease Debt Burden

    March 13, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    From Munich to Kyiv
    Mar13

    From Munich to Kyiv

    As many as 50,000 Ukrainians and Russians may have died so far in Russia’s war against Ukraine, with almost two million expelled from their homes. Yet the leaders of the democratic West refer to Russia’s aggression on the territory of a foreign state in a type of Orwellian newspeak. …read more Source: Project Syndicate (Czech...

    Poland Looks to Buy Cruise Missiles, Cyberspace Buzzes With Putin Rumors
    Mar13

    Poland Looks to Buy Cruise Missiles, Cyberspace Buzzes With Putin Rumors

    Plus, Spain refuses to extradite a Kazakhstani dissident and speculation about a political murder plot galvanizes Albania. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Stand with Ukraine
    Mar13

    Stand with Ukraine

    …read more Source: Open Society Foundations

    How dangerous is Vladimir Putin? Russia’s biggest threat comes from the East
    Mar13

    How dangerous is Vladimir Putin? Russia’s biggest threat comes from the East

    The bad news is that, as shown by Russia’s invasions of Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2014, President Putin is the most revisionist leader in Moscow since his Soviet predecessors launched the invasion of Afghanistan in 1979. The good news is that, in Russia’s conflict with the West, the United States and Europe hold most of the...

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