Kazakhstan: An “Inhuman Land” Increasingly Human

Kazakhstan: An “Inhuman Land” Increasingly Human

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Piotr Kościński Kazakhstan: An “Inhuman Land” Increasingly Human When in 1936, Poles from Soviet Ukraine, and later from the areas of eastern Poland seized by the USSR during World War II, were deported to...
Ukraine: Freedom in the Shadow of Corruption

Ukraine: Freedom in the Shadow of Corruption

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Aleksandra Romanowska Ukraine: Freedom in the Shadow of Corruption In the current discourse on Ukraine and Western policy towards Kiev, the idea of the authorities fighting a legitimate battle against...
“Peacemaker” Putin

“Peacemaker” Putin

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Grzegorz Kuczyński “Peacemaker” Putin Russia is interested in suspending the conflict in the Donbass region, at least until the presidential election in March 2018. In the long term, their optimal...
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