The Ukrainian government has managed to establish a framework for Russian humanitarian aid, but now must work to ensure that the terms are followed and to prevent provocations, according to an analysis in the International Centre for Policy Studies’ newest edition of Inside Ukraine.
Civil society groups and government agencies that fight human trafficking in Europe could boost their efforts by better understanding how online social networks can be used to both promote and combat such crimes, according to this Center for Policy Studies paper.
Civil society is experiencing a boom of activity in Ukraine, but a lack of coordination among different civic initiatives undermines their chances of influencing the political process, according to an analysis in the International Centre for Policy Studies’ newest edition of Inside Ukraine.
The second issue of Eurasian Review features two articles from analysts that focus on various aspects of the Eurasian Economic Union Treaty.
Decision-makers in Chisinau are seriously concerned about the potential threats the crisis in Ukraine may pose for Moldova, according to this article written by Institute of World Policy analyst Leonid Litra for a German Marshall Fund of the United States publication.
The Expert-Grup has released the debut issue of Regional Economic Review, a new publication series that examines the economic status of Moldova’s regions.
The repercussions of an international investigation into the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine may deal a serious blow to Russia and the separatists it supports, according to an Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation analysis.