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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Why war-torn east Ukraine votes for pro-Russian parties
      Nov05

      Why war-torn east Ukraine votes for pro-Russian parties

      The post Why war-torn east Ukraine votes for pro-Russian parties appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Russia and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Genuine Threat or Misconception?
      Nov04

      Russia and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Genuine Threat or Misconception?

      Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict, map via WikipediaBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,798, November 4, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: While government officials and others have alleged a strategy that involves Russian-sponsored security organizations in recent escalations in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, these claims are largely misconceptions. The...

      Decentralized democracy: Ukrainian local elections
      Nov03

      Decentralized democracy: Ukrainian local elections

      The post Decentralized democracy: Ukrainian local elections appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      How Does the International Environment Affect Elections and Grand Strategy?
      Nov03

      How Does the International Environment Affect Elections and Grand Strategy?

      Donald Trump, photo by Gage Skidmore via Flickr CCBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,797, November 3, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The election of Donald Trump in 2016 posed a challenge to analysts and scholars. How could the election of so politically inexperienced a candidate, one with a highly controversial personality and a political orientation...

      Winners and losers of Ukraine’s local elections
      Nov03

      Winners and losers of Ukraine’s local elections

      The post Winners and losers of Ukraine’s local elections appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Ukraine: a Constitutional Court verdict ignites a political crisis
      Nov02

      Ukraine: a Constitutional Court verdict ignites a political crisis

      During a closed session on 27 October, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CC) issued a ruling that has halted the functioning of the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (Ukr. NAZK). This body is one of the key institutions responsible for fighting corruption, which was created after the Revolution of Dignity. The court also found...

      10 Ways to Call Something Russian Disinformation Without Evidence
      Oct31

      10 Ways to Call Something Russian Disinformation Without Evidence

      How do you call something “Russian disinformation” when you don’t have evidence it is? Let’s count the ways. We don’t know a whole lot about how the New York Post story about Hunter Biden got into print. There are some reasons to think the material is genuine (including its cache of graphic photos and some apparent limited...

      Kremlin memory wars and the search for a unifying Ukrainian national identity
      Oct29

      Kremlin memory wars and the search for a unifying Ukrainian national identity

      The post Kremlin memory wars and the search for a unifying Ukrainian national identity appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      The VII International Arbitration Readings in Memory of Academician Igor Pobirchenko
      Oct28

      The VII International Arbitration Readings in Memory of Academician Igor Pobirchenko

      The VII International Arbitration Readings in Memory of Academician Igor Pobirchenko will take place on 17 November 2020 from 11 AM to 2 PM in a hybrid format. This year Readings are dedicated to the open dialogue of public authorities, business and the legal community on the development of international arbitration in Ukraine: Arbitration for...

      The Era of Changing Supply Chains
      Oct27

      The Era of Changing Supply Chains

      The Indo-Pacific region, image via Wikimedia CommonsBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,788, October 27, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The world is an increasingly unstable place. This is reflected in the way supply chains, a pillar of the globalized world, are changing. More and more countries are considering moving away from their dependence on...

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