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  1. Recent Publications: Russia and Eurasia
    Latest news from the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI).
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    Russia and Eurasia Programme 
    Newsletter March 2020
    LATEST PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
    Secrecy and Military Expenditures in the Russian Budget
    Post-Soviet Affairs, March 2020. Open access here.
    Erik Andermo, Martin Kragh


    How effective is EU’s human rights persuasion in its post-Soviet neighborhood? Insights from a statistical assessment
    Journal of Contemporary European Studies, February 2020
    Karina Shyrokykh 


    Russian LGBT Politics and Rights
    Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, January 2020.
    Emil Edenborg 


    Conspiracy Theories in Russian Security Thinking
    Journal of Strategic Studies, January 2020. Open access here.
    Martin Kragh, Erik Andermo, Liliia Makashova


    Populism, Neoliberalism and Agrarian Movements in Europe. Understanding Rural Support for Right‐Wing Politics and Looking for Progressive Solutions
    Sociologia Ruralis, Nivember 2019. 
    Natalia Mamonova,  James Franquesa
    LATEST UI PUBLICATIONS 
    Briefs, Papers and Reports are written by UI researchers, visiting researchers, or other researchers wishing to publish with UI. Find all UI publications here.
    LISTEN TO OUR LATEST PODCAST
    The UI-Podcast: The Future of Crimea
    With Oleg Sentsov, Karina Shyrokykh and Andreas Umland. 


    The human rights situation in Crimea has deteriorated since 2014, with the banning of Mejlis and curbs on the freedom of press and assembly. Other human rights violations, such as arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances, have been documented by human rights organizations. While the conflict seems far from an end, how can the human rights situation in Crimea be protected? What are the possible future scenarios for Crimea and is a peaceful return of Crimea to Ukraine possible? Listen here.
    LATEST ANALYSIS - UI'S ONLINE FOREIGN POLICY MAGAZINE UTRIKESMAGASINET  
    Russia and Iran are both under Western sanctions, and every prolonged sanction period seems to strengthen the relation between them. Recent meetings between the countries have attracted a substantial amount of attention, mainly because of the Kremlin’s defiance of US sanction threats against countries who trade with Iran. UI´s Kiana Islamian gives an insight into the Russia-Iran relationship. Read the analysis here.
    FIND OUT MORE ON OUR WEBSITE
    Here are latest news, publications and analysis on our website!
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    Hedvig Pettersson, Programme Manager
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  2. Recent Publications: Russia and Eurasia
    Latest news from the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI).
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    Russia and Eurasia Programme 
    Newsletter March 2020
    LATEST PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
    Secrecy and Military Expenditures in the Russian Budget
    Post-Soviet Affairs, March 2020. Open access here.
    Erik Andermo, Martin Kragh


    How effective is EU’s human rights persuasion in its post-Soviet neighborhood? Insights from a statistical assessment
    Journal of Contemporary European Studies, February 2020
    Karina Shyrokykh 


    Russian LGBT Politics and Rights
    Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, January 2020.
    Emil Edenborg 


    Conspiracy Theories in Russian Security Thinking
    Journal of Strategic Studies, January 2020. Open access here.
    Martin Kragh, Erik Andermo, Liliia Makashova


    Populism, Neoliberalism and Agrarian Movements in Europe. Understanding Rural Support for Right‐Wing Politics and Looking for Progressive Solutions
    Sociologia Ruralis, Nivember 2019. 
    Natalia Mamonova,  James Franquesa
    LATEST UI PUBLICATIONS 
    Briefs, Papers and Reports are written by UI researchers, visiting researchers, or other researchers wishing to publish with UI. Find all UI publications here.
    LISTEN TO OUR LATEST PODCAST
    The UI-Podcast: The Future of Crimea
    With Oleg Sentsov, Karina Shyrokykh and Andreas Umland. 


    The human rights situation in Crimea has deteriorated since 2014, with the banning of Mejlis and curbs on the freedom of press and assembly. Other human rights violations, such as arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances, have been documented by human rights organizations. While the conflict seems far from an end, how can the human rights situation in Crimea be protected? What are the possible future scenarios for Crimea and is a peaceful return of Crimea to Ukraine possible? Listen here.
    LATEST ANALYSIS - UI'S ONLINE FOREIGN POLICY MAGAZINE UTRIKESMAGASINET  
    Russia and Iran are both under Western sanctions, and every prolonged sanction period seems to strengthen the relation between them. Recent meetings between the countries have attracted a substantial amount of attention, mainly because of the Kremlin’s defiance of US sanction threats against countries who trade with Iran. UI´s Kiana Islamian gives an insight into the Russia-Iran relationship. Read the analysis here.
    FIND OUT MORE ON OUR WEBSITE
    Here are latest news, publications and analysis on our website!
    Contact:
    Hedvig Pettersson, Programme Manager
    If you don't want to recieve Newsletters from the Russia and Eurasia Programme in the future, click here
    Copyright © 2020 Utrikespolitiska institutet, All rights reserved.


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  3. Recent Publications: Russia and Eurasia
    Latest news from the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI).
    View this email in your browser
    Russia and Eurasia Programme 
    Newsletter March 2020
    LATEST PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
    Secrecy and Military Expenditures in the Russian Budget
    Post-Soviet Affairs, March 2020. Open access here.
    Erik Andermo, Martin Kragh


    How effective is EU’s human rights persuasion in its post-Soviet neighborhood? Insights from a statistical assessment
    Journal of Contemporary European Studies, February 2020
    Karina Shyrokykh 


    Russian LGBT Politics and Rights
    Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, January 2020.
    Emil Edenborg 


    Conspiracy Theories in Russian Security Thinking
    Journal of Strategic Studies, January 2020. Open access here.
    Martin Kragh, Erik Andermo, Liliia Makashova


    Populism, Neoliberalism and Agrarian Movements in Europe. Understanding Rural Support for Right‐Wing Politics and Looking for Progressive Solutions
    Sociologia Ruralis, Nivember 2019. 
    Natalia Mamonova,  James Franquesa
    LATEST UI PUBLICATIONS 
    Briefs, Papers and Reports are written by UI researchers, visiting researchers, or other researchers wishing to publish with UI. Find all UI publications here.
    LISTEN TO OUR LATEST PODCAST
    The UI-Podcast: The Future of Crimea
    With Oleg Sentsov, Karina Shyrokykh and Andreas Umland. 


    The human rights situation in Crimea has deteriorated since 2014, with the banning of Mejlis and curbs on the freedom of press and assembly. Other human rights violations, such as arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances, have been documented by human rights organizations. While the conflict seems far from an end, how can the human rights situation in Crimea be protected? What are the possible future scenarios for Crimea and is a peaceful return of Crimea to Ukraine possible? Listen here.
    LATEST ANALYSIS - UI'S ONLINE FOREIGN POLICY MAGAZINE UTRIKESMAGASINET  
    Russia and Iran are both under Western sanctions, and every prolonged sanction period seems to strengthen the relation between them. Recent meetings between the countries have attracted a substantial amount of attention, mainly because of the Kremlin’s defiance of US sanction threats against countries who trade with Iran. UI´s Kiana Islamian gives an insight into the Russia-Iran relationship. Read the analysis here.
    FIND OUT MORE ON OUR WEBSITE
    Here are latest news, publications and analysis on our website!
    Contact:
    Hedvig Pettersson, Programme Manager
    If you don't want to recieve Newsletters from the Russia and Eurasia Programme in the future, click here
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  4. UI Seminar: The Future of Crimea
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    Seminar

    The Future of Crimea

    Russia is illegally occupying Crimea since 2014 and continues to perpetrate human rights violations. UI is honored to host Oleg Sentsov, Andreas Umland and Karina Shyrokykh for a discussion on possible future solution scenarios for Crimea.
    Date: Wednesday 11 March, 2020
    Time:17.00-18.30. Registration from 16:30. No late entries
    Location: The Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Drottning Kristinas väg 37, Stockholm. 
    Seminar fee: UI members free. Non-members 100 SEK
    Additional info: Kindly be prepared to show your email confirmation upon request.
    Language:English 

    The human rights situation in Crimea has deteriorated since 2014, with the banning of Mejlis, the self-governing body of Crimean Tatars, and curbs on the freedom of press and assembly. Other human rights violations, such as arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances, have been documented by human rights organizations. While the conflict seems far from an end, how can the human rights situation in Crimea be protected? What are the possible future scenarios for Crimea, and is a peaceful return of Crimea to Ukraine possible?

    Speakers:
    Oleg Sentsov, filmmaker, writer and activist from Crimea. He was arrested in Crimea in May 2014 and sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment by a Russian court on charges described by Amnesty International as fabricated. In 2018 he was awarded the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize, and in September 2019 he was released in a prisoner swap between Russia and Ukraine.


    Andreas Umland, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation.

    Karina Shyrokykh, Postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm University and Associate fellow at UI.
     
    The seminar will be moderated by Martin Kragh, Head of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at UI.

    The seminar is arranged in cooperation with Nordic Ukraine Forum and CBEES, Södertörns University.


    Welcome!

    Sign up here
    Unable to attend? Unregister by logging in to www.ui.se, go to My Pages in the top right corner, click on Events and the unregister button next to the seminar.

    Join the debate! Share your thoughts on Twitter using #uievent. For the latest from UI, visit www.ui.se or like us on Facebook.

    If you are interested in the latest analysis on international affairs read www.utrikesmagasinet.se
    Copyright © 2020 Utrikespolitiska institutet, All rights reserved.
  5. The Future of Crimea
    www.ui.se
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    Seminar

    The Future of Crimea

    Russia is illegally occupying Crimea since 2014 and continues to perpetrate human rights violations. UI is honored to host Oleg Sentsov, Andreas Umland and Karina Shyrokykh for a discussion on possible future solution scenarios for Crimea.
    Date: Wednesday 11 March, 2020
    Time:17.00-18.30. Registration from 16:30. No late entries
    Location: The Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Drottning Kristinas väg 37, Stockholm. 
    Seminar fee: UI members free. Non-members 100 SEK
    Additional info: Kindly be prepared to show your email confirmation upon request.
    Language:English 

    The human rights situation in Crimea has deteriorated since 2014, with the banning of Mejlis, the self-governing body of Crimean Tatars, and curbs on the freedom of press and assembly. Other human rights violations, such as arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances, have been documented by human rights organizations. While the conflict seems far from an end, how can the human rights situation in Crimea be protected? What are the possible future scenarios for Crimea, and is a peaceful return of Crimea to Ukraine possible?

    Speakers:
    Oleg Sentsov, filmmaker, writer and activist from Crimea. He was arrested in Crimea in May 2014 and sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment by a Russian court on charges described by Amnesty International as fabricated. In 2018 he was awarded the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize, and in September 2019 he was released in a prisoner swap between Russia and Ukraine.


    Andreas Umland, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation.

    Karina Shyrokykh, Postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm University and Associate fellow at UI.
     
    The seminar will be moderated by Martin Kragh, Head of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at UI.


    Welcome!

    Sign up here
    Unable to attend? Unregister by logging in to www.ui.se, go to My Pages in the top right corner, click on Events and the unregister button next to the seminar.

    Join the debate! Share your thoughts on Twitter using #uievent. For the latest from UI, visit www.ui.se or like us on Facebook.

    If you are interested in the latest analysis on international affairs read www.utrikesmagasinet.se
    Copyright © 2020 Utrikespolitiska institutet, All rights reserved.