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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Deciphering Turkey’s Geopolitical Balancing and Anti-Westernism in Its Relations with Russia
    May20

    Deciphering Turkey’s Geopolitical Balancing and Anti-Westernism in Its Relations with Russia

    The war in Ukraine is set to increase the pressure on Turkey’s balancing policy, shed light on the role of anti-Westernism in Ankara-Moscow relations, and reshape Tur­key’s relations with Russia and the West. The balancing policy will face a less permissive environment. However, a rupture in Turkey-Russia relations is not to be...

    Ukraine–Russia War  Views from the US and Germany
    May20

    Ukraine–Russia War Views from the US and Germany

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has responded to the Russian invasion of Ukraine with a display of unity unseen since the end of the Cold War. That unity, however, obscures profound differences in how the war is perceived in the United States and Europe. Within European member states, the conflict has provoked intense security...

    Einschätzungen über das russische Vorgehen im Ukraine-Krieg
    May20

    Einschätzungen über das russische Vorgehen im Ukraine-Krieg

    …read more Source:: German Institute for International and Security...

    The G7 Summit: Advancing International Climate Cooperation?
    May20

    The G7 Summit: Advancing International Climate Cooperation?

    At the G7 summit in June 2022, the German government intends to promote inter­national climate cooperation by establishing a climate club. This club is envisioned to foster implementation of the Paris climate goals and, ideally, grow into a global alliance of ambitious countries. In light of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, energy policy...

    The Impact of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine in the Middle East and North Africa
    May20

    The Impact of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine in the Middle East and North Africa

    More specifically, Washington should not let this new frame of “great power rivalry,” which Middle East autocracies have heartily welcomed and exploited, distract it from scrutinizing the behavior of these regimes at home and from helping the region’s citizens and societies address the socio-economic and political problems they...

    Russia, NATO, and the Future of Neutrality
    May19

    Russia, NATO, and the Future of Neutrality

    Neutrality was once an attractive option in Europe. Switzerland made non-alignment look almost sexy, with its ski resorts, excellent chocolates, and secure banking system. Then there was Sweden, which refused to join NATO or subordinate its military policy to Moscow, offering instead to broker peaceful compromises between east and west as well as...

    Time to End the West’s Xenophobic Double Standard on Refugees
    May19

    Time to End the West’s Xenophobic Double Standard on Refugees

    As Russian forces continue to brutalize Ukraine, millions of Ukrainians have been forced to flee their country. Most have fled to Europe, but thousands have also made their way to the United States by way of Mexico. … Read the full article at The Nation. The post Time to End the West’s Xenophobic Double Standard on Refugees appeared first...

    Ukraine, Eurasian Theater’s New Leader
    May19

    Ukraine, Eurasian Theater’s New Leader

    …read more Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Konaev in Washington Post on assessing Ukraine’s military
    May19

    Konaev in Washington Post on assessing Ukraine’s military

    The post Konaev in Washington Post on assessing Ukraine’s military appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

    What’s the Endgame in Ukraine?
    May19

    What’s the Endgame in Ukraine?

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