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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

      Lukashenka’s rhetoric toward Ukraine and the West has softened. His repression of Belarusians has not.
      Jul24

      Lukashenka’s rhetoric toward Ukraine and the West has softened. His repression of Belarusians has not.

      The post Lukashenka’s rhetoric toward Ukraine and the West has softened. His repression of Belarusians has not. appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Russia Crushes Dissent As Putin’s System Ramps Up Repression
      Jul23

      Russia Crushes Dissent As Putin’s System Ramps Up Repression

      Already shrinking before the Ukraine war, the space for dissent and freedom of expression has all but vanished in Russia. The latest sign came on Friday with the wrongful conviction of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich of spying following a hurried closed-door trial that the US government has condemned as a sham. …read more...

      A Hillbilly Elegy for Ukraine and the West
      Jul23

      A Hillbilly Elegy for Ukraine and the West

      …read more Source:: Project Syndicate (Czech...

      Biden’s legacy depends most of all on Ukraine
      Jul23

      Biden’s legacy depends most of all on Ukraine

      The post Biden’s legacy depends most of all on Ukraine appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Andriy Yermak: Ukraine and NATO are restoring Europe’s security architecture
      Jul22

      Andriy Yermak: Ukraine and NATO are restoring Europe’s security architecture

      The post Andriy Yermak: Ukraine and NATO are restoring Europe’s security architecture appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Circassian Factor in the Context of the Russian-Ukrainian War
      Jul22

      Circassian Factor in the Context of the Russian-Ukrainian War

      PSCRP-BESA Reports No 70 (July 21, 2024) The constant attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) on Sevastopol and other Russian naval bases in Crimea have forced the Russians to move their ships to Novorossiysk and other ports on … …read more Source:: Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic...

      Twilight of Jupiter: The Legacy of Macron’s Foreign and Security Policy
      Jul19

      Twilight of Jupiter: The Legacy of Macron’s Foreign and Security Policy

      Over the course of his seven-year presidency, Emmanuel Macron has had complete freedom in shaping France’s foreign and security policy. This autonomy is evident in France’s fluctuating stance towards Russia, from initial hopes of building a shared European security architecture to the recent reports of dispatching French military...

      Hungarian PM Orban poses as unlikely peacemaker for Russia’s Ukraine war
      Jul19

      Hungarian PM Orban poses as unlikely peacemaker for Russia’s Ukraine war

      The post Hungarian PM Orban poses as unlikely peacemaker for Russia’s Ukraine war appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Ukraine’s drone success offers a blueprint for cybersecurity strategy
      Jul18

      Ukraine’s drone success offers a blueprint for cybersecurity strategy

      The post Ukraine’s drone success offers a blueprint for cybersecurity strategy appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Politics Versus Policy At The NATO Summit In Washington Last Week
      Jul17

      Politics Versus Policy At The NATO Summit In Washington Last Week

      Biden got the political win by demonstrating his leadership of the free world; Zelenskyy got the policy win of “irreversible” into the communique about Ukraine’s path to NATO membership. …read more Source:: Hoover...