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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Brexit – The Saga Continues
      Sep05

      Brexit – The Saga Continues

      The lack of concern for a ‘hard Brexit’ shown by both the voters and commentators during the referendum in 2016, was due to a few factors. Those who wanted out, the ‘Leavers’, were interested in only one thing — a clean break, whilst the ‘Remainers’ …read more Source:: Gatestone...

      Italy: Salvini Down but Not Out
      Sep05

      Italy: Salvini Down but Not Out

      The new governing alliance, if realized, may be short lived. In an interview with the Italian daily La Stampa, former Interior Minister Roberto Maroni of the Lega Nord party said that the new government, if it comes to fruition, will be “intrinsically …read more Source:: Gatestone...

      Shaping Inclusive Governance in Cyberspace
      Sep05

      Shaping Inclusive Governance in Cyberspace

      The United Nations remains the best platform to shape global norms on state behavior in cyberspace. But, despite its achievements, the UN’s intergovernmental process struggles to make progress, not least because of deep divisions within the international community about which rules should apply in cyberspace. There is a need to reevaluate...

      Artificial Intelligence Applications & Venture Funding in Healthcare
      Sep05

      Artificial Intelligence Applications & Venture Funding in Healthcare

      Abstract Venture Capital (VC) funding raised by companies producing Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions is on the rise. In healthcare, VC funding is distributed unevenly and certain technologies have attracted significantly more funding than others. The funding decisions made by VC companies also work as a technology driver for the industry....

      The Role of Social and Economic Factors on Fast Food Restaurant Chains
      Sep05

      The Role of Social and Economic Factors on Fast Food Restaurant Chains

      RESEARCH ARTICLE the rest volume 9, number 2, summer 2019 The Role of Social and Economic Factors on Fast Food Restaurant Chains M. Yunus Sisman* &… …read more Source:: Centre for Strategic Research and...

      Iraqi Kurdistan’s New Government
      Sep05

      Iraqi Kurdistan’s New Government

      On July 10, the Kurdistan Regional Government’s parliament voted in a new cabinet led by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, eldest son of former president Masoud Barzani. Masrour succeeds his cousin Nechirvan Barzani, the long-serving KRG premier who was sworn in last month as president. The cabinet now comprises twenty-one ministers,...

      ISIS Re-Establishes Historical Sanctuary in Iraq
      Sep05

      ISIS Re-Establishes Historical Sanctuary in Iraq

      Download the PDF ISIS’s post-Caliphate insurgency in Iraq is accelerating faster than efforts to prevent it by the U.S. Anti-ISIS Coalition. ISIS is re-establishing capable insurgent networks in multiple historical strongholds and linking them together, setting the conditions for future offensive operations against the Government of Iraq....

      IWPR Launches New Central Asia Programme
      Sep05

      IWPR Launches New Central Asia Programme

      Scheme aims to support a fresh crop of experts and reporters across the region.IWPR and the OSCE Academy in Bishkek have launched a three-year project to boost the capacity of a new generation of analysts and journalists in Central Asia. The programme, funded by the Foreign Ministry of Norway, aims to create a pool of specialists who can help...

      Muhammad Dahlan and the Deal of the Century
      Sep05

      Muhammad Dahlan and the Deal of the Century

      Muhammad Dahlan, image via TwitterBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,279, September 5, 2019 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: A controversial former security official and Abu Dhabi-based political operator, Muhammad Dahlan, has lurked for several years in the shadows of Palestinian politics. It is possible that he will emerge in an attempt to pave the way for...

      Boko Haram: Bloody Terror, No End in Sight
      Sep05

      Boko Haram: Bloody Terror, No End in Sight

      Every year, Boko Haram, which has gained a foothold in the neighboring African countries of Cameroon, Chad and Niger, appears to be growing stronger. Suicide bombings and other deadly attacks committed by Boko Haram terrorists over the past decade have …read more Source:: Gatestone...

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