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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Poland and the Ukraine Crisis: From ‘Policy Shaper’ to ‘Policy Taker’?
      Nov26

      Poland and the Ukraine Crisis: From ‘Policy Shaper’ to ‘Policy Taker’?

      Despite perceptions within Poland that it has been sidelined by Germany in the negotiations over Ukraine, it can still make a significant contribution to the EU’s and NATO’s policy approach …read more Source: Royal United Services...

      Ukraine News Roundup | November 26
      Nov26

      Ukraine News Roundup | November 26

      Moldova Votes on Sunday: Will Russia Win That Election? Via BloombergObama Should Say It Clearly: Russia Has Invaded Ukraine via Philadelphia InquirerMerkel Secretly Goes One-On-One with Putin, Hits a Dead-End via ReutersAmid Ukraine’s Crisis, Its High-Tech Industry Is Booming via ForbesPutin Youth: The Young Russians Who See the President...

      On Ukraine, the Economists Declare an Emergency
      Nov26

      On Ukraine, the Economists Declare an Emergency

      Ukraine’s Allies Plan a Donor Conference in February; Is That Soon Enough? On Ukraine, the economists are declaring an emergency. Ukraine is bleeding cash in its war against Russian and Russian-proxy forces in the Donbas region. With its industrial heartland shattered by the war, the country’s economy is shriveling. And the warnings...

      Kazakhstan Bans Child Jihadi Video, Russia Cracks Down on Capital Flight
      Nov26

      Kazakhstan Bans Child Jihadi Video, Russia Cracks Down on Capital Flight

      Plus, Yerevan and Baku trade more barbs over helicopter shootdown and Uzbekistan lays claim to a sliver of Afghan territory. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

      Getting to Yes with Putin
      Nov26

      Getting to Yes with Putin

      Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the European Union’s divisions and weaknesses have been as encouraging for Russia President Vladimir Putin as America’s hesitant approach to Syria was. Only a firm, clear, and united policy toward Russia can bring about a viable compromise. …read more Source: Project...

      Russia’s New Course
      Nov26

      Russia’s New Course

      The game-changing events in Ukraine have exposed the fundamental disagreement between the West and Russia on the essential principles underpinning the modern international system. One year after the start of the crisis, is there any hope of a productive partnership with Russia? Nikolai Zlobin and Sergey Aleksashenko will discuss the difficulties...

      Tuesday evening links
      Nov26

      Tuesday evening links

      1. Chart of the Day. Based on new data from the Department of Energy, the US had produced domestically 86.2% of the energy consumed this year through August – that the highest level of energy self-sufficiency for the US since 1986. 2. Photos of the Day I. From the NY Times, what would North Dakota look like if its oil drilling lines were above...

      Media Matters: How Media, Connectivity, and an Open Internet are Changing the World
      Nov25

      Media Matters: How Media, Connectivity, and an Open Internet are Changing the World

      The CSIS Project on Prosperity and Development cordially invites you to: Media Matters: How Media, Connectivity, and an Open Internet are Changing the World. Panelists: Jeanne Bourgault President, Internews Ambassador Carlos Pascual Former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and Ukraine read more …read more Source: Center for Strategic and...

      Europe’s sputtering economic locomotive
      Nov25

      Europe’s sputtering economic locomotive

      Today’s report that the German economy managed to expand by a mere 0.1 percent in the third quarter of the year has to heighten fears of a renewed European sovereign debt crisis sometime next year. Since a highly indebted European economic periphery needs a vibrant German economy to revitalize overall European economic growth and to prevent...

      The Ukrainian Communications Standoff
      Nov25

      The Ukrainian Communications Standoff

      In the war of nerves now raging over Ukraine, the West does not need to counter Russian propaganda with its own parallel truth: it can rely on the power of facts. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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