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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    US Should Provide Arms, Military Aid to Ukraine, Eight Ex-Officials Say
    Feb03

    US Should Provide Arms, Military Aid to Ukraine, Eight Ex-Officials Say

    ‘We Face a Critical Juncture’ in Halting Russian Aggression in Eastern Europe, Group Says Eight former senior US officials—diplomats, ranking Pentagon and State Department office-holders, military commanders and US appointees to NATO—today urged the Obama administration and its NATO allies to strengthen support for Ukraine by urgently...

    US and Europe ‘Face a Critical Juncture in Ukraine’
    Feb03

    US and Europe ‘Face a Critical Juncture in Ukraine’

    Send Ukrainians Arms to Defend Against Russian Invasion, Eight Former US Officials Say Eight former senior US officials—diplomats, ranking Pentagon and State Department office-holders, military commanders and US appointees to NATO—today urged the Obama administration and its NATO allies to strengthen support for Ukraine by urgently providing...

    Report Calls on US to Provide Lethal Defensive Military Aid to Ukraine
    Feb03

    Report Calls on US to Provide Lethal Defensive Military Aid to Ukraine

    Goal is to make further aggression ‘too costly’ for Russia The United States must provide lethal defensive military assistance to Ukraine’s armed forces to make it “too costly” for Russia to continue meddling in its neighbor, according to a new report. The report, Preserving Ukraine’s Independence, Resisting Russian Aggression:...

    Russian Gas Stream or Dream?
    Feb02

    Russian Gas Stream or Dream?

    Lately President Vladimir Putin of Russia has transformed what others saw as either his tactical nimbleness or dangerous unpredictability into performance art. Putin’s actions may not always achieve a positive result, however. The annexation of Crimea and expanding conflict in Donbas in Ukraine caused severe damage to the Russian economy...

    Ukraine: Horror of civilian bloodshed in indiscriminate attacks
    Feb02

    Ukraine: Horror of civilian bloodshed in indiscriminate attacks

    Headline Title: Ukraine: Horror of civilian bloodshed in indiscriminate attacks 02 February 2015 …read more Source: Amnesty...

    When Solving Ukraine Focus on Ukraine, not Russia
    Feb02

    When Solving Ukraine Focus on Ukraine, not Russia

    When trying to solve the Ukraine crisis, the United States and its European allies concentrated their efforts on punishing Russia. While Moscow is a major stakeholder in the crisis, the keys to peace are in Ukraine. The transatlantic partners must turn to Kiev, Donetsk, and Lugansk in their attempt to bring the country back to normality....

    Separatists’ mobilization order shows their firm intention to continue escalation
    Feb02

    Separatists’ mobilization order shows their firm intention to continue escalation

    A Ukrainian separatist leader ordered a full military mobilization as the conflict with government forces escalated after peace talks failed to secure a truce, the Bloomberg writes. Zakharchenko’s mobilization order shows the rebels have “no intention of a truce and a firm intention to continue escalation,” Co-director of Foreign Relations...

    Recognising Russia as an aggressor will enable the UN to influence the policy of the Kremlin more actively
    Feb02

    Recognising Russia as an aggressor will enable the UN to influence the policy of the Kremlin more actively

    Russia was recognised as an aggressor country by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine according to the UN documents that determine the concept of “aggression”, and, based on most criteria, there is no reason not to grant such a status to Russia. This was stated by Deputy Director, Director of Political and Law Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Yuriy...

    Tatar Leader Arrested in Continuing Campaign of Attacks
    Feb02

    Tatar Leader Arrested in Continuing Campaign of Attacks

    Crimea’s self-declared government keeps up the pressure on Tatars. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kyiv Appeals for Non-Lethal Aid; Macedonian Party Boss Accused of Colluding with Spies
    Feb02

    Kyiv Appeals for Non-Lethal Aid; Macedonian Party Boss Accused of Colluding with Spies

    Plus, Budapest demonstrators tell Orban to ‘scram,’ and fire devastates a prized Moscow library. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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