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Roundtable "Russia and Europe: Cooperation not confrontation" in Moscow (VIDEO)

The international roundtable "Russia and Europe: Cooperation not confrontation," organized by the Public Diplomacy Foundation, was held on June 22, 2017, at Moscow's "Rossiya Segodnya" (Russia Today) media center. Read more about Roundtable "Russia and Europe: Cooperation not confrontation" in Moscow (VIDEO)

Lithuanian Popular Militia Expands to Defend Against Russian Threat (Eurasia Daily Monitor)

Lithuania’s tough talk about Moscow and the formation of the national militias reflect the fact that the struggle with Russia is the most important part of the national myth in Lithuania and that “all aspects of the current situation there are interpreted in an anti-Russian key.  Read more about Lithuanian Popular Militia Expands to Defend Against Russian Threat (Eurasia Daily Monitor)

Stanislav Byshok: Ideological sources of the civil war in Ukraine

It is a conventional wisdom that economic crises are always strongly associated with or provoke extremist tensions in societies. A lack of money and job prospects, and absence of confidence in the future induce people to search for enemies, both external and internal, who are believed to be responsible for all the country’s misfortunes.  Read more about Stanislav Byshok: Ideological sources of the civil war in Ukraine

Stanislav Byshok: Ideological sources of the civil war in Ukraine

The full text of the speech on the ideological sources of the civil war in Ukraine conducted by CIS-EMO political analyst Stanislav Byshok at the conference of the Association of Independent Journalists for Peace (Vienna, Austria, May 21-22, 2015). Read more about Stanislav Byshok: Ideological sources of the civil war in Ukraine

"Neonazis & Euromaidan: From Democracy to Dictatorship" is out now

The first study on Ukrainian Euromaidan (2013-2014) and Neonazi gangs participating in that coup d'etat is out now in English. This work describes how Ukrainian nationalist groups have developed since 1991 to present day, with the focus on the history of the parliamentary "Svoboda" (Freedom) party (Social-National Party of Ukraine until 2004) and the non-parliamentary “Right Sector”, and analyses the ideologies, psychologies and methods of political action of these structures. Read more about "Neonazis & Euromaidan: From Democracy to Dictatorship" is out now