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Security Policy Is Not Up for Debate as Ukraine Elects a New President

Despite the smouldering conflict in Donbas and the tensions around Russia’s occupation of Crimea, security policy has so far failed to attract voters’ attention in the campaign.

Conference “Ukraine and Georgia: way to de-occupation of its territories” took place in Budapest

On 20 March 2019 the conference “Ukraine and Georgia: way to de-occupation of its territories”, the second in a row of events in the framework of the international platform “Friends of de-occupation of Crimea” initiated by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, took place in Budapest. The event was co-organized by the Embassies of Ukraine and […]

Yevhen Hlibovytsky: Elections will not affect conflict resolution in Ukraine

What should Western partners expect after presidential election in Ukraine?

Oleksandr Sushko: Huge injections of gray money is the biggest challenge for election in Ukraine

Analysts explain Ukraine presidential election for foreign audience

Hanna Shelest: Ideology is not the top-topic in the debate between presidential candidates

Providing international expert audiences with evidence-based analysis on the 2019 presidential elections in Ukraine

Elections 2018 in Moldova: New Challenges and New Opportunities for Cooperation within Ukraine-Moldova-Romania Triangle

The Project was aimed at studying the relations within the Ukraine-Moldova-Romania triangle with the consideration of current political developments in the three countries

The Azov Crisis Explained: an interview with security expert Hanna Shelest

On November 25, Russia opened fire on three Ukrainian ships in the Kerch Strait and then seized them. Ukraine blamed Russia of military aggression and violation of both international law and bilateral agreements. On the next day, it announced martial law for 30 days in 10 Ukrainian regions. UkraineWorld asked Hanna Shelest, editor-in-chief of UA: […]

HYBRID WARFARE ON THE SEA

The Naval Forces of Ukraine were the first one who faced hybrid aggression manifestation in Crimea in 2014.

TEN-POINT MEMO ON THE REVISED EASTERN PARTNERSHIP MULTILATERAL ARCHITECTURE

In March 2018, the EEAS and the European Commission officially relaunched multilateral architecture of the Eastern Partnership, following the results of the 5th Eastern Partnership Summit in Brussels. Having endorsed “20 Deliverables for 2020” as a key roadmap for development of the region, the EU took a first major step in making the new EaP […]

EAP–EU ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: WHAT IS NEXT?

Economic cooperation was set as one of the Eastern Partnership key priorities. The basic alternative for further development of economic cooperation within the EaP and between the EaP and the EU is a two-step integration: Establishment of the Neighbourhood Economic Community of the Association Agreement signatory states; creation of the Common Economic Space of NEC […]

Ukraine-China after 2014: a new chapter in the relationship

In recent years, we have been witnessing significant changes in the foreign policy strategy of PRC, the interests of which are reaching far beyond the Asia-Pacific region. For instance, the One Belt, One Road global initiative encompasses more than 70 countries. Beijing is showing interest in Central Asia and Western Europe, the Balkan and Baltic […]

Call for participation “Ukrainian-Polish Dialogue: Through Common Values to Common Development”

Polish journalists (from state and independent media) are invited to participate in the 5-day visit to Ukraine in October 2018.

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