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      Facebook Live: The Politics of Corruption in Russia and Ukraine
      Jul24

      Facebook Live: The Politics of Corruption in Russia and Ukraine

      …read more Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Gender Equality After the Revolution of Dignity: How Is Ukraine Doing?
      Feb03

      Gender Equality After the Revolution of Dignity: How Is Ukraine Doing?

      BY OLENA NIKOLAYENKO …read more Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Sanctions Against Russia: Successes, Failures, and Future Prospects
      Jan29

      Sanctions Against Russia: Successes, Failures, and Future Prospects

      Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the beginning of the war in Donbas in 2014, international sanctions have been a key instrument in exerting pressure on the Russian government to end the conflict. However, the current sanctions regime is plagued by a number of flaws and is in need of improvement. Vasyl Filipchuk and Anastacia...

      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...

      Ethnic Interest Group Influence on U.S. Foreign Policy: The Armenian, Ukrainian, and Baltic Experiences
      Jan21

      Ethnic Interest Group Influence on U.S. Foreign Policy: The Armenian, Ukrainian, and Baltic Experiences

      The past 25 years has witnessed a growing scholarly interest in the role of ethnic interest groups, or diasporas, in the conceptualization of America’s foreign policy. In particular, the demise of the Soviet Union has created a need for more systematized look at the effect of post-Soviet immigrant-ethnic communities on America’s...

      Ukraine Quarterly Digest: October–December 2019
      Jan15

      Ukraine Quarterly Digest: October–December 2019

      BY ANDRIAN PROKIP The end of the 2019 was an intense period in Ukraine. On the one hand, political scandals cast a shadow on the new administration’s efforts to move forward on its campaign promises. On the other hand, President Zelenskyy and his team achieved some progress on war-related issues and in Ukraine-Russia relations. This has...

      Cleaning Up Ukraine’s Banking Sector: Notorious “Alpine Schemes” Are a Setback
      Jan13

      Cleaning Up Ukraine’s Banking Sector: Notorious “Alpine Schemes” Are a Setback

      BY VADYM SYROTA …read more Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      KennanX Episode 1: “Meltdown”
      Jan08

      KennanX Episode 1: “Meltdown”

      In this episode of KennanX our host, Jill Dougherty, explores the lasting legacy and impact of Chernobyl. We are joined by Craig Mazin, Creator and Producer of HBO’s Chernobyl; Serhii Plokhii, Director, Ukraine Research Institute, Harvard University; Masha Gessen, Staff Writer at The New Yorker; and Maxim Trudolyubov, Senior Advisor at the...

      Results of the Normandy Format Talks for Ukraine: Hope, with Reservations
      Dec13

      Results of the Normandy Format Talks for Ukraine: Hope, with Reservations

      BY MYKHAILO MINAKOV …read more Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Kennan Cable No. 45: Six Reasons the “Opposition Platform” Won in Eastern Ukraine
      Dec09

      Kennan Cable No. 45: Six Reasons the “Opposition Platform” Won in Eastern Ukraine

      At a large precinct in a regional city of Zaporizhya in eastern Ukraine—where I was an international election observer during the last parliamentary election on July 21­—vote counting proceeded well into the night. A room full of exhausted Precinct Election Commission (PEC) members, as well as domestic and international observers, seemed under...

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