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      Denys Shmyhal is the new Prime Minister of Ukraine
      Mar05

      Denys Shmyhal is the new Prime Minister of Ukraine

      On 4 March, the Ukrainian parliament accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk, and with him the entire government (353 votes for the motion). Speaking before the vote, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy thanked him for his work, while blaming the government for conducting an inefficient economic policy, overseeing a decline in...

      Russia’s Troubles in 2020 Will Be Close to Home
      Mar04

      Russia’s Troubles in 2020 Will Be Close to Home

      Нижний Новгород. Митинг против коррупции – Anti-corruption rally in Nizhny Novgorod, photo via WikipediaBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,468, March 4, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: From a foreign policy standpoint, Russia should be fairly secure this year. In the Middle East, its main competitors will remain divided; while on a global scale,...

      A Fragile Anti-US Alliance: Russia Accuses China of Technology Theft
      Mar04

      A Fragile Anti-US Alliance: Russia Accuses China of Technology Theft

      Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, photo via Office of the President of RussiaBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,467, March 4, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The relationship between Russia and China is based on shared short-term strategic interests, but their differences lie just beneath the surface. Occasionally they erupt into the public eye, as...

      Post-Merkel Germany: What can Ukraine expect?
      Mar03

      Post-Merkel Germany: What can Ukraine expect?

      The post Post-Merkel Germany: What can Ukraine expect? appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Germany and Poland compete for Ukrainian migrant workers
      Mar03

      Germany and Poland compete for Ukrainian migrant workers

      The post Germany and Poland compete for Ukrainian migrant workers appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      IWPR Investigations Highlight Cross-border Exchange
      Mar03

      IWPR Investigations Highlight Cross-border Exchange

      Multilingual collaborations aim to improve the flow of information across the region.IWPR has supported four investigative teams from Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to produce in-depth reporting and work together on pressing regional issues. Articles published articles over the past three months in a wide range of media outlets include an...

      Making America Unsafe Again
      Feb27

      Making America Unsafe Again

      Donald Trump is all about boundaries. At a personal level, he doesn’t like touching strangers for fear of infection. Politically, he makes no long-lasting close alliances. And geopolitically, he obsesses over strong borders: big walls, more stringent immigration requirements, tariffs on foreign imports. But Trump is nothing if not a walking...

      Anonymous sources and the guys and gals who made the Iraq war a reality are now claiming that the Kremlin is at it again!
      Feb27

      Anonymous sources and the guys and gals who made the Iraq war a reality are now claiming that the Kremlin is at it again!

      Those hapless individuals who run the United States are again slipping into a fantasy world where Americans are besieged by imaginary threats coming from both inside and outside the country. Of course, it is particularly convenient to warn of foreign threats, as it makes the people in government seem relevant and needed, but one might recommend...

      The lesson of Crimea: appeasement never works
      Feb27

      The lesson of Crimea: appeasement never works

      The post The lesson of Crimea: appeasement never works appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      How Russia, Poland, and Ukraine Try to Revise WWII History
      Feb26

      How Russia, Poland, and Ukraine Try to Revise WWII History

      This year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II—the war that has largely shaped the modern world order. As countries prepare to celebrate another year of peace in Europe, it is clear that unresolved political rifts, old and new, are pushing some leaders to revise the history of the war for their own political gains. …read...

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