Posted on 18/03/2015 by matisak
With the anniversary of Crimea annexation we hear from the West the condemnations of Russian actions, but usually Crimea is not very hot topic with ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine. So would you say that Crimea is more or less the lost case for the West, and maybe also for the Ukraine, and how it is perceived from Russia? Read few comments.
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Posted on 22/09/2014 by matisak
Interview with James Ker-Lindsay, Senior Research Fellow on the Politics of South East Europe, London School of Economics and Political Science
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Posted on 24/03/2014 by matisak
Posted on 17/03/2014 by matisak
US, EU declare sanctions on Russian officials following Crimea’s referendum and moves toward joining Russia.
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Posted on 10/03/2014 by matisak
What do you expect from developments in Ukraine-Russian cyberspace? Kind of an escalation as we read reports like “Snake’ Cyberattacks Target Ukraine’s Government“?
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Posted on 09/03/2014 by matisak
On Thursday I attended the European Council meeting and the fact is that many diplomats behind the scenes were quite open about the fact that Crimea is basically lost, but we have to drew a line here not to allow more loses. What you think about it? Would you say that the scenario that the Crimea is lost is the most realistic one? And is the West able or willing to drew some lines that might work? Read few comments.
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