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      Ukraine Quarterly Digest: #1 (January – March, 2017)
      Jun28

      Ukraine Quarterly Digest: #1 (January – March, 2017)

      FOREIGN AFFAIRS PULSE INTERNAL PULSE #PROGRESS DONBAS PULSE …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Continuing the Euromaidan through Healthcare Reform: A Conversation with Ukraine’s Minister of Health
      Jun09

      Continuing the Euromaidan through Healthcare Reform: A Conversation with Ukraine’s Minister of Health

      Ukraine’s Minister of Health Ulana Suprun believes the key to combatting corruption lies in the resolution of issues plaguing the medical system. Join us for a discussion about the vital role healthcare plays in the national security of Ukraine and the sweeping package of healthcare reforms currently before the Verkhovna Rada. Minister...

      After Crimea, a Changing Landscape in Russian Anti-Extremism Policy
      Jun09

      After Crimea, a Changing Landscape in Russian Anti-Extremism Policy

      In the years following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the state’s turn towards nationalist ideology, based on traditional values, has shaped the formation and enforcement of anti-extremism policies. The move away from state secularism has led to the introduction of explicitly ideological articles into the criminal code. The...

      Book Talk: A Successful Failure – Russia After Crimea
      Jun06

      Book Talk: A Successful Failure – Russia After Crimea

      The annexation of Crimea has transformed the Russian Federation. Three years of economic stagnation, international sanctions, and unstable oil prices have all had their effect. Within the government bureaucracy, power struggles are underway with new plans to address Russia’s post-Crimean reality. The editors of this book will analyze some...

      Book Talk: Russia: Three Years After Crimea
      Jun05

      Book Talk: Russia: Three Years After Crimea

      The annexation of Crimea has transformed the Russian Federation. Three years of economic stagnation, international sanctions, and unstable oil prices have all had their effect. Within the government bureaucracy, power struggles are underway with new plans to address Russia’s post-Crimean reality. The editors of this book will analyze some...

      Amid Public Dissent, Ukraine Issues Sanctions
      May17

      Amid Public Dissent, Ukraine Issues Sanctions

      On May 15, 2017, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed an order to impose new sanctions on Russia for the next three years. Ukraine will block Russian social media, TV channels, airlines, banks, and defense companies. The list specifies 1,228 individuals and 468 legal entities. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center...

      Crimea As a Glimpse into a Post-American World
      Mar22

      Crimea As a Glimpse into a Post-American World

      One explanation for Russia’s president Vladimir Putin’s momentous decision, three years ago, to go into Ukraine and annex Crimea is that he sensed an opening. (March 18, 2014, is the date officially considered the day of admission of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol to the Russian Federation.) …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson...

      Against All Odds
      Mar01

      Against All Odds

      Above: General Morozov inspecting troops of a tank unit at the Yavoriv Training Range in Western Ukraine, 1992 Kostiantyn Morozov and the Unlikely Establishment of Ukraine’s Military Researchers like to share archive war stories: traveling across the world to review foreign archives, cutting through red tape to obtain access, deciphering...

      Russia and China: A Strange Case of Convergence
      Feb07

      Russia and China: A Strange Case of Convergence

      After every meeting between Chinese president Xi Jinping and Russian president Vladimir Putin, the two sides issue warm statements and stress their growing cooperation. Especially since the war in Ukraine began in 2014, Russia has tacked ever closer to China, shedding some of its traditional fear of its southern neighbor and seeking to compensate...

      Matthew Rojansky on What the Trump Administration Should Focus on in First 100 Days
      Feb02

      Matthew Rojansky on What the Trump Administration Should Focus on in First 100 Days

      It’s brutal to have to follow Aaron, I don’t have a story. You know, I think I can answer the Ukraine question as well, which is very short. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

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