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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Woke Wonk Elizabeth Warren’s Foreign Policy Team is Stacked with Pro-War Swamp Creatures
      Jan27

      Woke Wonk Elizabeth Warren’s Foreign Policy Team is Stacked with Pro-War Swamp Creatures

      Elizabeth Warren has promised “big, structural change” on a range of issues related to the economy. Warren has a plan for foreign policy, too, but it appears to be scarcely different from that of the last Democrat to occupy the White House. A close examination of Warren’s newly assembled team of international advisors presents little hope...

      ‘No One Has Suggested My Son Did Anything Wrong’: Joe Biden Doubles Down On Denial
      Jan25

      ‘No One Has Suggested My Son Did Anything Wrong’: Joe Biden Doubles Down On Denial

      We have previously discussed the denials of former Vice President Joe Biden that his son did anything wrong in Ukraine. As I have written, not only did Hunter Biden clearly enter into a corrupt (but arguably lawful) contract but Joe Biden did not do enough to confirm that his son was not engaging in influence peddling. Nevertheless, this week,...

      Rumors of Ukraine’s death on Capitol Hill are greatly exaggerated
      Jan25

      Rumors of Ukraine’s death on Capitol Hill are greatly exaggerated

      The post Rumors of Ukraine’s death on Capitol Hill are greatly exaggerated appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      “The Best Year in European History”: Timothy Garton Ash on 1989
      Jan24

      “The Best Year in European History”: Timothy Garton Ash on 1989

      Extraordinary things happened in 1989. The Berlin Wall fell. Europe finally came close to being “whole and free.” But that was not where history ended. The subsequent rise of an “anti-liberal counterrevolution” showed that the liberal internationalists’ agenda was far from bullet-proof. The tipping point, according to historian Timothy...

      Russian Diasporas After 2014: A Conversation with George F. Kennan Fellow Igor Zevelev
      Jan24

      Russian Diasporas After 2014: A Conversation with George F. Kennan Fellow Igor Zevelev

      Igor Zevelev is a George F. Kennan Fellow with the Kennan Institute. We recently spoke to him about his research on Russia’s policies towards Russians in neighboring states after the annexation of Crimea. Describe your background and what brought you to the Wilson Center. …read more Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      With Putin’s Proposed Changes, Russia Begins Its Transition to One-Party Rule
      Jan24

      With Putin’s Proposed Changes, Russia Begins Its Transition to One-Party Rule

      Vladimir Putin, image via Office of the President of RussiaBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,421, January 24, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Vladimir Putin’s proposed changes to the Russian constitution portend a shift toward one-party rule and lay out a framework by which he can continue to be a major power broker well beyond the end of his...

      IWPR Fosters Fellowship Across the Black Sea
      Jan24

      IWPR Fosters Fellowship Across the Black Sea

      Project fosters regional cooperation among Eastern Partnership countries.IWPR has wrapped up an innovative regional fellowship programme that built lasting cross-border networks among local journalists in Ukraine, Moldova and South Caucasus. Six journalists from the region undertook a month-long posting in another Eastern Partnership country...

      Putin Proposes, Trump Disposes
      Jan24

      Putin Proposes, Trump Disposes

      In Moscow, Russian President Vladimir Putin is proposing a new constitution. Meanwhile, in Washington, U.S. President Donald Trump is disposing of the old constitution. The first is a demonstration of power meant to showcase the unity of the Russian political system behind a strong leader. The second is an act of desperation that reveals the deep...

      Ukraine’s economic target: From stabilization to growth
      Jan23

      Ukraine’s economic target: From stabilization to growth

      The post Ukraine’s economic target: From stabilization to growth appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      The Challenges Ahead for EU Defense Cooperation
      Jan23

      The Challenges Ahead for EU Defense Cooperation

      As the European Union enters a new institutional era in 2020, its ability to sustain the recent defense momentum will be scrutinized. In the short term, the priority will be to manage successfully the implementation of existing initiatives. The review of the Permanent Structured Cooperation as well as the vote of the budget for the European...

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