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      2014 Ratiu Award Winner Profiled in the New Yorker
      Sep02

      2014 Ratiu Award Winner Profiled in the New Yorker

      Winner of the 2014 Ion Ratiu Democracy Award, Mustafa Nayyem, is profiled in the September 5, 2016 issue of The New Yorker in an article about his transition from journalism to politics in Ukraine. Nayyem is credited for having made the social media post that helped spur thousands of protestors to gather in Maidan Square. …read more Source:...

      Putin’s ever-shrinking circle shows a return to Soviet politics
      Aug24

      Putin’s ever-shrinking circle shows a return to Soviet politics

      Russia’s search for greater international influence and respect continued its downward spiral this summer. Its Olympic experience was spoiled by charges of doping. Accusations of hacking dragged it into the U.S. presidential campaign, and military tensions over Ukraine and Syria showed no sign of abetting. …read more Source: Woodrow...

      A Problem of Perception: How to Promote a Modern Ukraine
      Aug12

      A Problem of Perception: How to Promote a Modern Ukraine

      Art-project “Depersonalization”. Kiev, Ukraine. Photo by Ruslan Kapral, some rights reserved. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      In DNC’s Russia Controversy, Finger-pointing Trumps Analysis
      Aug01

      In DNC’s Russia Controversy, Finger-pointing Trumps Analysis

      As part of its “mainstreaming Russia expertise” project, the Kennan Institute sent experts on Russia to the 2016 Republican and Democratic presidential nominating conventions to assess the potential new administrations’ vision for their relationship with Russia and Ukraine. E. Wayne Merry is a Senior Fellow for Europe and Eurasia at the...

      “Make Sure He Did Not Die in Vain!” Pavel Sheremet’s Mother Pleads for Ukraine to Keep Fighting
      Jul28

      “Make Sure He Did Not Die in Vain!” Pavel Sheremet’s Mother Pleads for Ukraine to Keep Fighting

      The shocking murder of journalist Pavel Sheremet by a car bomb in Kyiv on July 20 symbolizes the incredibly complicated domestic political transformation underway in Ukraine and the country’s remarkably vulnerable international position. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      A “Trump Doctrine” on Russia and Ukraine?
      Jul25

      A “Trump Doctrine” on Russia and Ukraine?

      To receive an email when a new post becomes available, please subscribe here. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Lessons from Polish-German Reconciliation for Current Russia-West Relations
      Jul14

      Lessons from Polish-German Reconciliation for Current Russia-West Relations

      Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the war in Eastern Ukraine have brought Russia-West relations to a post-Cold War nadir that neither side seems able or willing to escape. Europe’s past, however, may hold answers. Last year marked the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, one of history’s darkest hours and the low...

      Film Screening: “Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine”
      Jun22

      Film Screening: “Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine”

      Exclusive Washington, D.C. Sneak Preview of Breaking Point, a Documentary by Three Time Academy Award Winning Director, Mark Jonathan Harris. Directions: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Film Screening: “The Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine”
      Jun15

      Film Screening: “The Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine”

      Exclusive Washington DC Sneak Preview of Breaking Point, a Documentary by Three Time Academy Award Winning Director, Mark Jonathan Harris. Directions: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Putin’s Domestic Strategy: Counting the Trees, Missing the Forest
      May31

      Putin’s Domestic Strategy: Counting the Trees, Missing the Forest

      Russian President Vladimir Putin strides the world as the master tactician. In Crimea, eastern Ukraine and Syria, he seized the initiative and left his adversaries flatfooted and guessing as to his ultimate intentions. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

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