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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      NATO Baltic Air Policing – Revenge of the Cold War Relic
      Jul09

      NATO Baltic Air Policing – Revenge of the Cold War Relic

      NATO’s primary military response to the Russian annexation of Crimea was to reinforce its long standing Baltic Air Policing operations. Airpower is a domain in which NATO can credibly challenge Russian dominance in the region and provide ‘hard’ deterrence against military intimidation. …read more Source: Royal United...

      Sevastopol: Crimean Citadel from Potemkin to Putin
      Jul09

      Sevastopol: Crimean Citadel from Potemkin to Putin

      The forces of history and culture can be seen at play in Russia’s recent annexation of Crimea …read more Source: Royal United Services...

      Ukraine, the European Union and Russia: a Game of Absolutes?
      Jul09

      Ukraine, the European Union and Russia: a Game of Absolutes?

      Ukraine has finally signed economic agreement with the European Union which will further add to the tense atmosphere between Ukraine and Russia. As Ukraine faces West, Ukraine will have to assert its own political independence without alienating Russia. …read more Source: Royal United Services...

      Ukraine: Understanding Russia
      Jul09

      Ukraine: Understanding Russia

      With the Ukraine crisis casting a long shadow over the Wales Summit, NATO must strive to understand Russia’s mindset …read more Source: Royal United Services...

      Ukraine: Running out of Time
      May14

      Ukraine: Running out of Time

      Ukraine needs a government of national unity that reaches out to its own people and tackles the country’s long overdue reforms; both Russia and Western powers should back a vision for the country as a bridge between East and West, not a geopolitical battleground. …read more Source: International Crisis...

      The Ukraine Crisis in Relation to Syria and Iran
      Mar31

      The Ukraine Crisis in Relation to Syria and Iran

      Don’t dislay license Paul Rogers 31 March 2014 The Russian annexation of Crimea may be in direct contravention of international agreements but is popular in Russia and …read more Source: Oxford Research...

      The slow-reform trap
      Jun17

      The slow-reform trap

      Read Marek Dabrowski Policy Contribution ‘The harsh reality of Ukraine’s fiscal arithmetic’ A never-ending controversy The question of optimal reform strategy, especially its speed and degree of ambition, has been repeatedly debated in relation to various historical occasions. The best-known controversy refers to the first period of...

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