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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia will direct its efforts at supporting instability in the Donbas
    Nov13

    Russia will direct its efforts at supporting instability in the Donbas

    With Kyiv lacking the military might to break the rebels by force, Western allies now fear that a large chunk of Ukrainian territory will become a Russian protectorate with a parlous economic future, beyond the writ of the central government, the Reuters reports. “We have now realistically entered the phase of a ‘frozen conflict’,”...

    Putin’s Project Sparta
    Nov12

    Putin’s Project Sparta

    As the US Congress Reconvenes, It and Europe Must Respond to the Kremlin’s Coming Offensive in Ukraine Russia has moved a massive wave of tanks, armored personnel carriers, and artillery into Ukraine’s Donbas region in recent days, accompanied by new uniformed troops without insignia, to bolster the armed forces of the...

    Andrew Wilson talks about his new book ‘Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West’
    Nov12

    Andrew Wilson talks about his new book ‘Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West’

    We are delighted to invite you to a talk on Thursday, November 13th, at 7.00PM at the Ukrainian Institute, London, 79, Holland Park, London, W11 3SW Andrew Wilson will discuss his latest book Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West, which was published on 14 October, as both paperback and e-book. You can read an extract here, or listen to a...

    After the Wales Summit: An Assessment of NATO’s Strategic Agenda
    Nov12

    After the Wales Summit: An Assessment of NATO’s Strategic Agenda

    Two weeks after the NATO Summit in Wales the Konrad Adenauer Foundation invited a select group of experts and officials to discuss the results of the Wales Summit and the challenges that lie ahead. The participants provided concrete recommendations for German policy-makers regarding Berlin’s role in influencing NATO’s prospective...

    Ukraine’s Debt Dilemma
    Nov12

    Ukraine’s Debt Dilemma

    Ukraine’s short-term liquidity problems will test its ability to meet its debt obligations, which is both unfortunate and avoidable. Indeed, Ukraine’s struggles highlight the need for an agreed framework to resolve sovereign-debt problems and govern IMF lending. …read more Source: Project...

    The cost of escalating sanctions on Russia over Ukraine and Crimea
    Nov11

    The cost of escalating sanctions on Russia over Ukraine and Crimea

    The United States and the European Union responded to Sunday’s Crimea referendum – which overwhelmingly backed union with Russia – by imposing sanctions on Russia. So far, 21 Russian and Ukrainian officials, allegedly responsible for the sovereignty transgressions, have been slapped with asset freezes and travel bans. EU leaders will meet...

    Most of the political forces in Ukraine are pro-Western
    Nov11

    Most of the political forces in Ukraine are pro-Western

    “It is time to unite.” The slogan ambushes Ukrainians from all sides these days as Petro Poroshenko, the president, deploys it to win votes ahead of parliamentary elections on October 26 that will determine whether he can secure a mandate for important but stalled reforms, the Financial Times newspaper writes. “Previously, the main watershed lay...

    More Russian Arms Said Headed for Donetsk, Lithuanians Accused of Spying for Belarus
    Nov11

    More Russian Arms Said Headed for Donetsk, Lithuanians Accused of Spying for Belarus

    Plus, CNN will stop broadcasting in Russia and the Kosovo bogeyman spoils the Albanian leader’s historic visit to Serbia. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe’s Ukrainian Road to Normality
    Nov11

    Europe’s Ukrainian Road to Normality

    As Europe celebrates the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, dark clouds are again descending on the continent. Recalling what prompted the events of 1989, and focusing on the main source of regional tension today, may help Europe find a way out of its current malaise. …read more Source: Project...

    Russia Divided
    Nov11

    Russia Divided

    In 2014 the number of ethnic conflicts in Russia has declined. The drop resulted from the Ukrainian conflict which has shifted the generally xenophobic sentiments from an internal to an external adversary. The shift in the object of xenophobia does not however eliminate it altogether. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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