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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Russia and Germany: The Antipodes in the International System
      Nov25

      Russia and Germany: The Antipodes in the International System

      In character and attitude, Germany and Russia are the antipodes in today’s international system. That could explain perhaps both the closeness the two countries have felt for years and the growing confrontation which has come with the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Kennan Cable No.1: In Kyiv, The Front Is a Phone Call Away
      Nov25

      Kennan Cable No.1: In Kyiv, The Front Is a Phone Call Away

      My conversation with a Ukrainian freelance reporter, Nikolai Vorobiev, at a park across the street from the imposing Cabinet of Ministers building in Kyiv, is interrupted by a call. Nikolai just spent three weeks with the Right Sector Volunteer Ukrainian Corps battalion, known by its Ukrainian acronym DUK, which is fighting against pro-Russian...

      The Hagel opportunity
      Nov24

      The Hagel opportunity

      The resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel creates a golden opportunity for the new Republican majority in the Congress: not only will the hearings on Hagel’s replacement be a natural venue for reviewing the defense reductions and many retreats of the Obama years, but they provide a forum for Republicans to begin to chart a positive...

      iden, Davutoğlu: Energy Key to Resolving Security Challenges
      Nov24

      iden, Davutoğlu: Energy Key to Resolving Security Challenges

      Vice President Joe Biden and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu spoke at a special closing session of the 2014 Atlantic Council Energy and Economic Summit on the topic of European energy security. In the shadow of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and military intervention in Ukraine, Biden spoke of the need for Europe to diversify its...

      Putin Rules Out a New Iron Curtain, Albania’s Secret Bunker Comes Out of the Cold
      Nov24

      Putin Rules Out a New Iron Curtain, Albania’s Secret Bunker Comes Out of the Cold

      Plus, OSCE diplomat calls for end of impunity in Russia journalist killings, and the European Parliament weighs condemnation of a Serbian war-crimes suspect. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

      A Firebrand Aims for Moldova’s Seat of Power
      Nov24

      A Firebrand Aims for Moldova’s Seat of Power

      Dubbed a ‘public enemy’ for his abrasive methods, activist Oleg Brega is hoping to proclaim his message from a higher platform. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

      Round Table “NATO-Ukraine Partnership: Current State and Prospects”
      Nov24

      Round Table “NATO-Ukraine Partnership: Current State and Prospects”

      On November 20, 2014, Razumkov Centre in cooperation with NATO Liaison Office in Ukraine conducted a Round Table: “NATO-UKRAINE PARTNERSHIP: CURRENT STATE AND PROSPECTS”. Participants of the meeting discussed the following issues: – Ukraine’s National Security in the current environment: immediate priorities and strategic...

      Ukraine News Roundup | November 21
      Nov21

      Ukraine News Roundup | November 21

      Ukraine Parties Form New Government, Set NATO as Priority via RFE-RLOn Maidan’s Anniversary, Ukrainians’ Despair Jars Poroshenko, Biden via Washington Post‘Donetsk Republic’ Official: Yes, of Course, Russia Is Funding Us via Reuters For a Half-Million Ukrainian Refugees, a Hard Winter Is Coming via The InterpreterFor Crimeans,...

      Before Ukraine Can Be Reformed, It Must Be Defended
      Nov21

      Before Ukraine Can Be Reformed, It Must Be Defended

      When Hitler Invaded Poland, No One Demanded Polish Reforms Before Offering Help. Why Is It the Reverse for Ukraine? “September 3, 1939 – British and French commentators and officials said today that it could no longer be denied that Hitler was invading Poland and that the Nazi forces represented the most serious threat to the existence of that...

      Post-Cease-Fire Death Count Nears 1,000 in Ukraine, Armenians Mull Russia’s Possible Role in …
      Nov21

      Post-Cease-Fire Death Count Nears 1,000 in Ukraine, Armenians Mull Russia’s Possible Role in …

      Plus, Kyrgyzstan tightens the screws on bride-kidnappers and Baku blocks a journalist from going to Washington. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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