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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Is Russia Winning the Ukraine Scandal?
      Oct04

      Is Russia Winning the Ukraine Scandal?

      The U.S. House impeachment inquiry into President Donald J. …read more Source:: Council on Foreign...

      Expert Q&A: Will the Steinmeier Formula Bring Peace to Ukraine?
      Oct04

      Expert Q&A: Will the Steinmeier Formula Bring Peace to Ukraine?

      On October 1, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that Ukraine had agreed to implement the Minsk Agreement with the help of the so-called Steinmeier Formula. What does that mean for Ukraine and could this be the first step in a peaceful settlement of the Donbas war? We asked the following experts for their assessments: Timothy Ash, economist,...

      When Ukraine’s Prosecutor Came After His Son’s Sponsor Joe Biden Sprang Into Action
      Oct04

      When Ukraine’s Prosecutor Came After His Son’s Sponsor Joe Biden Sprang Into Action

      There are some serious questions around the Biden family involvement in the Ukraine that the media have not picked up on. The first regards the ownership of the company which hired Joe Biden’s son Hunter for an exorbitant amount of money while Joe Biden ran the US Ukraine policy. The second question is about the firing of the Viktor Shokin,...

      Early warning signs in Ukraine
      Oct04

      Early warning signs in Ukraine

      The recent resignation of Oleksandr Danyliuk is a blow to all those who have expected better from the new Ukrainian president and his team. Danyliuk was probably the most respected and experienced figure and certainly the most senior security official within the Zelenskyy administration. In explaining his reasons for leaving, he has also provided...

      Ukraine Gains From Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry
      Oct03

      Ukraine Gains From Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry

      The controversy swirling around the phone conversation between the US President Donald Trump and Ukraine President Vladimir Zelensky regarding the business interests of former vice-president Joe Biden’s son is having a salutary effect on the conflict in Ukraine. The US Special Representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker has resigned from his...

      A road map for the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue
      Oct03

      A road map for the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue

      Kosovo will undergo snap parliamentary elections on October 6 after the July 19 resignation of Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj. These elections will be a critical determinant of the foreign policy direction Kosovo will take in the months ahead as preparations are underway to resume negotiations for the normalization of relations between Kosovo...

      Rebuilding Ukraine one house at a time
      Oct03

      Rebuilding Ukraine one house at a time

      A little over five years ago, the Ukrainian army liberated Kramatorsk, the first city captured by Russian mercenaries in 2014. The government did not have enough resources to respond to war-related needs, so gaps were filled by volunteers. Some joined the military, others went into government, and others worked to reintegrate 1.5 million...

      Ukraine’s Decentralization Reforms Since 2014: Initial Achievements and Future Challenges
      Oct03

      Ukraine’s Decentralization Reforms Since 2014: Initial Achievements and Future Challenges

      25 September 2019 Since the Euromaidan protests of 2013-14, Ukraine has conducted a political decentralization process that seeks to fundamentally restructure centre–periphery relations. This paper outlines the achievements and shortcomings of decentralization and highlights a window of opportunity for completing the first phase of reforms....

      The Steinmeier formula: in search of a compromise on the Donbas
      Oct03

      The Steinmeier formula: in search of a compromise on the Donbas

      On 1 October, the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky announced that an agreement had been reached to implement the so-called Steinmeier formula as part of resolving the conflict in the Donbas as part of the meeting of the trilateral contact group in Minsk. …read more Source:: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      Book Launch: The Firebird: The Elusive Fate of Russian Democracy
      Oct03

      Book Launch: The Firebird: The Elusive Fate of Russian Democracy

      In 1991, as tanks moved through Moscow to seize the Russian White House, Russia’s first Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev stood with President Boris Yeltsin and his team. Kozyrev later participated in negotiations among leaders of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus to formally end the Soviet Union and create the newly independent Russian...

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