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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Europe’s “Just Do It” Moment
      Oct10

      Europe’s “Just Do It” Moment

      In: IAI CommentariesEurope’s “Just Do It” MomentIssue: 19|57Europe’s “Just Do It” Moment Nathalie Tocci* It may strike as odd coming from this author, but this is no time for grand strategy. As the European Union enters a new cycle, it’s overarching priority in the world should be action. The last five years have...

      Investigation Of Biden-Enriching Burisma Opened Months Before Zelensky Even Elected: Report
      Oct10

      Investigation Of Biden-Enriching Burisma Opened Months Before Zelensky Even Elected: Report

      A new report from recent Fox News hire John Solomon tosses gasoline on the dumpster-fire narrative at the heart of an impeachment inquiry launched after a CIA officer filed a whistleblower complaint, alleging President Trump abused his office by “pressuring” the president of Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter for...

      Trump’s Undeclared State of Emergency
      Oct10

      Trump’s Undeclared State of Emergency

      Trump’s public appeal to China last week to help with uncovering dirt on the Biden family was both a brazen flouting of the law and (it pains me to say) an astute political tactic. “China should start an investigation into the Bidens, because what happened in China is just about as bad as what happened with Ukraine,” Trump announced to...

      Real talk on Kyiv’s talks with Moscow
      Oct09

      Real talk on Kyiv’s talks with Moscow

      Vladimir Putin has beaten Ukraine. For five years, Russia has occupied seven percent of the country and extracted a staggering 5 to 7 percent from Ukraine’s economy in defense costs each year. To date, some 13,000 Ukrainians have died, tens of thousands have been wounded, and 1.6 million dispossessed. But this is not an absolute victory....

      The President’s Inbox: Stephen Sestanovich on Ukraine
      Oct09

      The President’s Inbox: Stephen Sestanovich on Ukraine

      The latest episode of The President’s Inbox …read more Source:: Council on Foreign...

      Mission possible
      Oct09

      Mission possible

      No one doubts that Ukraine’s new Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk is ambitious. Investors got very excited when he announced his initial goals: increase the GDP by 40 percent in five years, attract $50 billion in foreign investment, and add one million new jobs. While challenging, with the backing of a talented, technocratic government and...

      Ukraine’s most vulnerable children deserve a passport, too
      Oct09

      Ukraine’s most vulnerable children deserve a passport, too

      Children born in the occupied territories of Ukraine face a real risk of statelessness. According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, only 43 percent of children born in the non-government controlled territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts have obtained Ukrainian birth certificates. The remaining 57 percent of NGCA children born without...

      Der Donbas-Konflikt: Ein Gipfeltreffen im Normandie-Format birgt Gefahren
      Oct09

      Der Donbas-Konflikt: Ein Gipfeltreffen im Normandie-Format birgt Gefahren

      Seit der Wahl Wolodymyr Selenskyjs zum ukrainischen Präsidenten gibt es Bewegung im Donbas-Konflikt. Nun strebt er ein Treffen auf höchster Ebene im »Normandie-Format” mit Deutschland, Frankreich und Russland an. Um das zu erreichen, hat Selenskyj die sogenannte Steinmeier-Formel akzeptiert – und damit heftige Proteste in der ukrainischen...

      Securing Northern Europe
      Oct09

      Securing Northern Europe

      On September 20, 2019, the Atlantic Council Northern Europe organized a seminar highlighting the launch of a new issue brief titled ‘Securing Northern Europe: Toward A Comprehensive Approach’. Director for Northern Europe Anna Wieslander and Project Assistant Elin Schiffer presented the report for an audience consisting of invited members...

      Did Zelenskyy give in to Moscow? We don’t know yet
      Oct09

      Did Zelenskyy give in to Moscow? We don’t know yet

      For more than five years, Russia has used its military and proxy forces to wage a low-intensity but still very real war in eastern Ukraine. Newly-elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy would like to end that conflict. On October 1, he announced an agreement based on the “Steinmeier Formula” to advance a settlement. Angry crowds took to...

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