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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Why Ukraine needs a new approach to refugees
      Sep17

      Why Ukraine needs a new approach to refugees

      The post Why Ukraine needs a new approach to refugees appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Belarus national awakening offers hope for Ukraine as Soviet collapse continues
      Sep17

      Belarus national awakening offers hope for Ukraine as Soviet collapse continues

      The post Belarus national awakening offers hope for Ukraine as Soviet collapse continues appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Five predictions for Ukraine’s local elections
      Sep15

      Five predictions for Ukraine’s local elections

      The post Five predictions for Ukraine’s local elections appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Ukraine’s reforms remain hostage to corrupt courts
      Sep15

      Ukraine’s reforms remain hostage to corrupt courts

      The post Ukraine’s reforms remain hostage to corrupt courts appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Ukraine, NATO, and Russia
      Sep14

      Ukraine, NATO, and Russia

      By Steven Pifer …read more Source::...

      Nord Stream 2: Leverage Against Russia?
      Sep14

      Nord Stream 2: Leverage Against Russia?

      Following the poisoning of the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny with a nerve agent from the Novichok group, the possibility of using Nord Stream 2 to put pressure on Russia has been widely discussed. Specifically there are calls to abandon the project, to impose a moratorium, or to block gas deliveries through the pipelines if the...

      Navalny, Nordstream 2, Belarus, and the American Elections: The Tangled Web of Smears against Russia
      Sep12

      Navalny, Nordstream 2, Belarus, and the American Elections: The Tangled Web of Smears against Russia

      The narrative is banal and so familiar: Russia is once again accused of having “poisoned” an individual trumpeted by the Western media as threatening the Russian government’s interests. The minor political activist Alexei Navalny made the headlines after a suspicious incident at the airport in Tomsk on August 20, 2020 sickened him and...

      Navalny, Nordstream 2, Belarus, and the American Elections:
      Sep11

      Navalny, Nordstream 2, Belarus, and the American Elections:

      The narrative is banal and so familiar: Russia is once again accused of having “poisoned” an individual trumpeted by the Western media as threatening the Russian government’s interests. The minor political activist Alexei Navalny made the headlines after a suspicious incident at the airport in Tomsk on August 20, 2020 sickened him and...

      The Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions
      Sep11

      The Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions

      Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, photo via WikipediaBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,742, September 11, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Belarus is the last remaining state on Russia’s western border not to have experienced a popular revolution since the 1990s, but revolutionary fervor is growing there. Events in Minsk have great...

      Football fairytale: Ukrainian village team Kolos prepares to join Europa League elite
      Sep10

      Football fairytale: Ukrainian village team Kolos prepares to join Europa League elite

      The post Football fairytale: Ukrainian village team Kolos prepares to join Europa League elite appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

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