Tag Archives: Ukraine

View from Europe: Trump’s Ukrainegate Could Help Ukraine

The US president's impeachment process ensures Ukraine stays on the radar of Americans - and this may work to Ukraine's advantage.

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Russia and Ukraine Clash in the Sea of Azov

New Russian naval activities around Crimea could presage a new, maritime front in the war in eastern Ukraine

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Five Reasons to Support Theresa May’s Response to Russia

We do not yet know everything about this crime, so it is wise to leave stronger measures for when we know more.

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Ukraine on the Brink of Kleptocracy

Europe needs to confront Ukraine’s leadership sooner rather than later.

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Putin’s Peacekeepers: Beware of Russians Bearing Gifts

The West should engage with Russia's peacekeeping proposal - but skeptically and with clear conditions.

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The Price of Coexistence Between the EU and Russia

Considering the current domestic political developments in Russia, a long period of relative instability and recurring tensions seems unavoidable. But this doesn’t mean that we are approaching a new Cold War.

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UK’s Election Results a Blow to US Foreign Policy Goals?

The decisive Conservative victory in the UK may deal a blow to the "special relationship" with the United States on issues of global defense and security.

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Get Ready for Chinese Overseas Investment in Agriculture

The United States will remain the dominant supplier of China’s agricultural imports because it is such a large and efficient supplier. However, U.S. farmers and leaders in industries and governments should be aware of the potential opportunities and competition that may arise from Chinese investment.

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Growing Food Trade, Shrinking Self-Sufficiency

Growing demand for food and fuel has put pressure on the world’s agricultural lands to produce more. Now, a trend in “land grabbing” has emerged, as wealthy countries lease or buy farms and agribusiness in poorer countries to ensure their own future supplies.

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The New Russia, the New Ukraine, and Europe’s Future

A stable international order requires a hegemonic power or powers to contain conflicts. As the West has turned inwards, emerging regional powers have tried to fill the vacuum and conflicts have festered, says George Soros.

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