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Weekly Report: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine May 16 – May 22, 2016


Ron Paul Institute (USA) : Beware What You Wish For: Russia is Ready for War

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : A hole in the budget increasing at a rate of half a trillion rubles a month.

International Relations and Security Network (Switzerland) : Ukraine vs Russia and the Kleptocrats

Ron Paul Institute (USA) : America – the Most Frightened Nation on Earth

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : Pentagon: US in Europe “employ muscles”, which did not use from the Cold War.

International Relations and Security Network (Switzerland) : Anti-Corruption Measures in Ukraine after the Revolution of Dignity: Key Legislative Aspects

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : Nuclear Weapons on Trial: The Marshall Islands Versus the United Kingdom

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : In New Video, Georgian-Born Muslim al-Shishani Discusses Russian Presence in Syria

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Georgia’s Main Opposition Party Suffers Declining Support, Internal Fracturing

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Normandy Meeting Aborts Ukraine’s Proposal on OSCE Police Mission

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Ukraine Develops Its Case Against Elections in the ‘People’s Republics’

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (USA) : Engaging the Arts for a Vibrant, International Ukraine

Transitions Online (EU) : Russia Threatens Response After Montenegro Joins NATO as Observer

Razumkov Centre (Ukraine) : Ukraine cannot allow the Russian military to participate in the OSCE peacekeeping mission

Transitions Online (EU) : Counting down to Russia’s 2016 Duma Elections

Open Europe (UK) : Former Tory Cabinet Ministers force Government to accept amendment demanding NHS protected from US trade deal

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Tortured Ukrainian ‘Sentenced’ by Kremlin-backed militants to 30 years

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Western Policy Toward Russia: Swinging Between Deterrence and Appeasement

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Soviet-era norm allows revenge prosecution of prisoners who assert their rights

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russia convicts innocent Ukrainians of fighting in Chechnya

Georgia Caucasus Strategic Studies Institute (Georgia) : Trigger of World War is in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Atlantic Council (USA) : Reconciliation Will Be Ukraine’s Next Serious Battle with Russia

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Russia says no IMF aid for Ukraine unless it pays its debt

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : The danger of Russian disinformation

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Ukraine sets $522 mln starting price for OPP privatisation

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Ukraine sets $522 mln starting price for OPP privatisation

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : All the President’s Men

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : All the President’s Men

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : EU’s Mogherini Sees Russia Sanctions Being Extended

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : “Naftogaz” refused to pay “Gazprom” for gas supplies in Donbass

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Government liquidates State Penitentiary Service

Institute for Policy Studies (USA) : “You Can Dance, But Only If You Join the Revolution”

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Russian Performance Artist Convicted in Pro-Ukraine Protest

Centre for European Policy Studies – CEPS (EU) : The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area: New Legal Instrument for EU Integration without Membership

Transitions Online (EU) : IMF Praises Ukraine’s Progress

The Polish Institute of International Affairs – PISM (Poland) : Banning the Majlis: Another Manifestation of Russian Repression of the Crimean Tatars

Open Europe (UK) : Leave camp condemns “uncontrolled migration” as number of EU workers in UK reaches new record-high

Transparency International (Germany) : TI Ukraine and ANTAC appeal to NAPC for timely launch of E-Asset Declaration System in Ukraine

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Crimean Muslims face 15-year Sentences for Invented &#146Terrorism&#146

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian Protest Artist Pavlensky Alleges Police Brutality

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : After April Violence in Karabakh, Armenia’s Distrust in Russia Keeps Growing

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : New Divisions May Reduce Russian Army’s Combat Readiness

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Rough Landing: What the Transaero Saga Tells Us About Russia’s Economy

Atlantic Council (USA) : Memo to Ukraine and the West: Beware of Unrealistic Peace Plans. The Kremlin Will Outplay You Every Time

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Crimean Tatars Ignore Ban on Remembrance under Russian FSB Surveillance

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Who Owns Ukraine’s Media?

EurActiv.com (EU) : Council of Europe can do without Russia

Transitions Online (EU) : Cossacks Deny Assault on Navalny Group

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Drop unfounded charges against Russian rights activist Valentina Cherevatenko

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Facts & alibis pitched against torture as Russia’s trial of Karpyuk & Klykh ends

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russia Bans Remembrance Events on Anniversary of Crimean Tatar Deportation

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : The Declining Fortunes of the Current Belarusian Opposition

Atlantic Council (USA) : Why Sweden Still Hasn’t Joined NATO

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (USA) : Film Screening: “A Struggle for Home: The Crimean Tatars”

Ron Paul Institute (USA) : Architects of Disastrous Iraq War Still at Large

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (USA) : Holding the West Together Over Russia

Center on Global Interests (USA) : New Police Force Finds Old Habits Die Hard in Ukraine

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Ukraine’s Eurovision Win Rouses a Chorus of Anger and Suspicion in Russia

Transitions Online (EU) : Russia Moves to Restrict Extremists’ Travel

Observer Research Foundation (India) : Abe’s Russia plan: Will it work?

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (USA) : The Crimean Tatars and the Politics of Eurovision

Carnegie Moscow Center (Russia) : The Tip of the Ukraine Iceberg: After the Dutch EU Referendum

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian Activist Jailed & Could Face 5-year Sentence for Wearing a Putin Mask

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russian Activist Jailed & Could Face 5-year Sentence for Wearing a Putin Mask

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : KHPG Statement on the Events Linked with the ‘Myrotvorets’ Site

Ron Paul Institute (USA) : The Civil War Inside the US Military

The Jamestown Foundation (USA) : Putin Commits to Countering New Strategic ‘Threat’ to Russia

Atlantic Council (USA) : High Time for Privatization in Ukraine

Atlantic Council (USA) : How Ukraine Can Recover Its Stolen Assets from Kleptocrats and Russia

Atlantic Council (USA) : Jamala’s Triumph at Eurovision Reminds Ukraine to Take Cultural Diplomacy Seriously

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : IMF and Government will reform pension system

The American Center for a European Ukraine (USA) : Parliament failed to pass bill on access to information

Transitions Online (EU) : Eurovision Infuriates Russian Pols

Transitions Online (EU) : Navalny Says Checked for ISIS Ties

Center on Global Interests (USA) : Russia and Ukraine Are At it Again, this Time over a Eurovision Song

Royal United Services Institute (UK) : The Myth of Special German Business Ties with Russia

International Relations and Security Network (Switzerland) : Distract, Deceive, Destroy: Putin at War in Syria

International Relations and Security Network (Switzerland) : Democratic Civilian Control and Military Crisis in Ukraine: Legislative Aspects

The Conversation (USA) : Along with soulful gazes and key changes, politics is never far from Eurovision

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine) : Russia to prohibit citizens from leaving the country in draconian anti-protest law

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