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Weekly Report: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine MAR 13 – 21, 2016


Nikkei Asian Review (Japan) : Abe paves way for Russia visit by counterbalancing Ukraine

Nikkei Asian Review (Japan) : Abe paves way for Russia visit by playing peacemaker over Ukraine

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Far-Right homophobic thugs attack LGBT Equality Festival in Lviv

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Ukraine: Fear, Repression in Crimea

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Ukraine’s Yanukovich says assets seizure is attempt to hide Kiev’s failings

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : President Poroshenko meets with Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande and Martin Schulz

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Court arrests ex-head of NBU in absentia

Atlantic Council (USA) : Ukraine News Roundup | December 4

Atlantic Council (USA) : Ukraine News Roundup | November 26

Atlantic Council (USA) : Ukraine News Roundup | November 21

Atlantic Council (USA) : Ukraine News Roundup | November 18

Atlantic Council (USA) : Ukraine News Roundup | November 14

International Relations and Security Network (Switzerland) : The Rule of Law in Contemporary Ukraine

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (USA) : Brussels Forum 2016: Russia, Ukraine, and the Future of Europe

Atlantic Council (USA) : Russia in Ukraine: The Greatest Challenge to the European Security Order

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Russia’s New Divisions

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Russian Media Leaks Sensitive Details of Armenia’s Defense Posture

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : Russia’s Evolving Role in the Caucasus.

Brookings (USA) : The ulterior motive behind Russia’s partial Syria withdrawal

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Stepping Up or Backing Down? The African Union and Burundi

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : The Iran Case and Lessons for Nuclear Non-Proliferation

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Securing the Wider North

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Armenia’s Delicate Balancing Act

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : The Security Dilemma in the Western Pacific

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Could Putin’s Syria Withdrawal Backfire?

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Saudi Arabia Protects its Oil Market Share

Ukrainian Institute, London (UK) : Military and Security Dimensions of the Donbas Conflict. Talk by Igor Sutyagin. April, 21,7pm

Acton Institute (USA) : The FAQs: State Department Says Actions of Islamic State Constitute Genocide

Brookings (USA) : The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine

The Polish Institute of International Affairs – PISM (Poland) : Russia’s Military Operation in Syria: A New Stage

Transitions Online (TOL) : Russia Could Redeploy in Syria in ‘Hours’

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Russia Marks 2 Year Anniversary of Crimea Annexation

Atlantic Council (USA) : Fighting Back: New Bill Aims to Counter Russian Disinformation

Transitions Online (TOL) : Moldovan Gang Accused of Masterminding Italian Art Theft

European Council on Foreign Relations (UK) : Why non-recognition matters in Crimea

Open Europe (UK) : EU leaders agree to submit watered-down offer to Turkey

European Council on Foreign Relations (UK) : Crimea: No Stability under Occupation

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Examining Argentina’s New Foreign Policy under Macri

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : Putin can’t last forever. Will a post-Putin Russia look like Syria today?

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (USA) : Going the Distance, Together: Transatlantic Leadership Amid Crisis on the Home Front

EurActiv.com (EU) : Poroshenko vows to end political crisis, wins promise of visa-free travel

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Ukraine Lists Individuals It Wants EU To Blacklist Over Savchenko Trial

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russia to criminalize Crimean Tatar Mejlis for refusal to collaborate

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Russia’s Conflict Against Ukraine and the West: The Religious Dimension

Hoover Institution (USA) : Ten Reasons Why Putin Wins Big In Syria While The U.S. Gets Nothing

Atlantic Council (USA) : Why the Kremlin Fears Savchenko

Transitions Online (TOL) : The ‘Least Happy’ People in Europe

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Ukraine Vows Swift End to Political Crisis, Wins EU Offer of Visa-Free Travel

Transitions Online (TOL) : Outrage Over Attack On Russian Rights Activist In Grozny

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : Putin’s Blitzkrieg completed – the Syrian crisis continues.

The Conversation (USA) : A look inside the Czech Republic’s booming fertility holiday industry

The Conversation (USA) : Who do they think ‘we’ are? Why the BBC should keep its distance

Australian Institute of International Affairs (Australia) : Queer wars: the Best Place to Start Promoting Gay Rights is at Home

Australian Institute of International Affairs (Australia) : Israel Unbound

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Chechnya turns into terror zone as another Russian human rights defender attacked

Lowy Institute for International Policy (Australia) : IMF’s new debt rules not vulture-proof

Lowy Institute for International Policy (Australia) : IMF’s new debt rules not vulture-proof

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Pro-Russian propagandist Graham Phillips detained in Riga

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Missile Defense in East Asia and New Trends in the Russo-Chinese Partnership

Atlantic Council (USA) : Putin’s Crimea Is No Vacation

Center on Global Interests (USA) : The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Human rights in Crimea

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Rada’s regulation committee turns down resolution on Yatsenyuk dismissal

Transitions Online (TOL) : Ukraine Passes Public Accountability Law

Institute of World Policy (Ukraine) : What is EU-Ukraine Association Agreement? What will the Netherlands Gain with it?

Bruegel (Belgium) : EU Association Agreement could help Ukraine to reform

Acton Institute (USA) : U.S. House unanimously passes bill declaring Islamic State guilty of genocide

Transitions Online (TOL) : Przewalski’s Horses Headed to Russia, Mongolia

Transitions Online (TOL) : Przewalski’s Horses Headed to Russia, Mongolia

The Conversation (USA) : We still don’t really know the health hazards of a nuclear accident

Islamabad Policy Research Institute (Pakistan) : Afghan Migrant Situation and European Reaction

Lowy Institute for International Policy (Australia) : Russia’s withdrawal from Syria: Mission accomplished?

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian invasion in the eyes of pro-Kremlin, neo-Nazi ’observers’

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Refusal to recognize Boris Nemtsov’s murder as political assassination upheld

World Affairs Journal (USA) : Ukraine Comment on the Russian Authorities Concerning Illegally Detained Citizens of Ukraine

Atlantic Council (USA) : Six Ways the US Can Defeat Putin and Bolster Ukraine

The Conversation (USA) : Why Putin has pulled Russia out of Syria

Institute of World Policy (Ukraine) : What is EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and what will the Netherlands gain with it?

Transitions Online (TOL) : Pundits Ponder Putin’s Shock Syrian Exit

EurActiv.com (EU) : Ukraine parliament passes major law, paving the way to visa-free travel

Transitions Online (TOL) : Poroshenko Names Potential New Ukrainian Premiers

Institute of World Policy (Ukraine) : Yes for Ukraine, win for Europe Dutch referendum will set tone for EU’s future relationships with neighbors.

Institute of World Policy (Ukraine) : Yes for Ukraine, win for Europe. Dutch referendum will set tone for EU’s future relationships with neighbors.

EurActiv.com (EU) : Why Putin went into Syria

The Conversation (USA) : Russian Syria withdrawal: Vladimir Putin is the consummate political gambler

Transitions Online (TOL) : Former Putin Aide Suffered ‘Blunt Force’ Head Injuries

Transitions Online (TOL) : Former Putin Aide Suffered ‘Blunt Force’ Head Injuries

EurActiv.com (EU) : Linkevicius: Not all in the EU are reading Minsk in the same way

EurActiv.com (EU) : Serbia claims sanctions against Russia hurt its EU accession process

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Maidan activists: Prove that Ukraine has changed through choice of Prosecutor General!

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : ’They Took Everything Away’: Russia’s Disabled Hit Hard By New Rules

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian court overrules historical facts in show trial of two Ukrainians

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Russian Nationalist Discourse Reemerges Ahead of Elections

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Ukraine, Turkey May Forge Anti-Russian Alliance in Black Sea

Brookings (USA) : More Russian nuclear saber-rattling?

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs (USA) : “Conflict in Ukraine: The Unwinding of the Post–Cold War International Order” by Rajan Menon and Eugene Rumer

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Beyond Muddling Through: Towards a Blueprint for UK International Policing and Law Enforcement

Project Syndicate (Czech Republic) : Is Russia’s National Character Authoritarian?

Transitions Online (TOL) : UN Human Rights Chief Decries Reports Russia Office to Close

Institute of World Policy (Ukraine) : Director of the IWP participated in the meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Presidents of Ukraine and Poland

Ukrainian Institute, London (UK) : How Crimean Tatars Stand Up to Repression in Russia-Occupied Crimea: Public Lecture and Documentary Screening. March 24, King’s College

Transitions Online (TOL) : Russian Teens Taught ‘Telegony’

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : Poland was the first victim of terrorism.

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Former Soviet political prisoners call on Holland to say yes to Ukraine’s European future

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian Lawyer demands Russia investigate Kremlin-backed militant leader’s war crimes in Donbas

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian court orders Crimean political prisoner Afanasyev to be sent closer home

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