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Regional Overview – Europe 19 June 2019

19 June 2019

Last week, anti-government demonstrations in Albania and Serbia slightly decreased from the week prior. In Moldova, the constitutional crisis resulted in the resignation of the Democratic Party government in favour of the new coalition cabinet. In Russia, public outcry over Ivan Golunov’s case led to authorities deciding to clear the journalist of all charges. In…

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Regional Overview – Europe 11 June 2019

11 June 2019

Last week, anti-government demonstrations picked up again in Albania and Serbia. Moldova plunged into a political crisis as the last-minute coalition government, formed by opposition parties, was not recognized by the current ruling party. In Russia, protests against the waste management reforms continued, and in Ukraine, protesters called for the resignation of the Minister of…

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Regional Overview – Europe 29 May 2019

29 May 2019

Last week, anti-government demonstrations in Albania, Serbia, and Romania continued. In Greece, there was again violence in support of hitman Koufodinas. In Ukraine, demonstration events were held in support of the sailors captured by Russia and fighting in the Donbass region continued. In Russia, demonstration events remained relatively low with two large demonstrations against waste…

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The Calm Before the Storm? The Potential for Violence During Ukraine’s Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

24 April 2019

On Sunday, 21 April, actor and political newcomer Volodymyr Zelensky was elected President of Ukraine in a landslide victory over incumbent Petro Poroshenko, a candidate against whom some nationalist groups campaigned. First reports indicate that the elections were calm and without major irregularities. During the presidential election run-up in March and April, ACLED recorded some…

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