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100 Years of Ukraine’s Diplomatic Service

December 22 marks the 100th anniversary of Ukraine’s diplomatic service, created in 1917. The country’s President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman attended a special ceremony to commemorate the century of Ukrainian diplomacy. To learn more about the service, we were joined by Hanna Shelest, editor in chief of Ukraine Analytica.

Are Western Sanctions Against Russia Efficient?

The European Union has extended the sanctions against Russia for another 6 months. Since the 2014 illegal annexation of Crimea, the US and Europe keep adding up controversial figures on the list of economic sanctions. But did they change anything on Russia’s interaction with the rest of the world? Are they here to last? For […]

Ukraine, Poland Presidents Patching Up Relations

Is repairing of Ukraine – Poland relations possible?

Eastern Partnership of “different speeds”

Issue 11 of EaP Think Bridge Digest is out focusing of EaP Brussels Summit aftermath

Evolution in Moldova security sector. Prospects for the future

The defence sector was a low priority in the political competition as it provided little political, economic and reputational incentives

Who needs an army?

Issue 10 of the Eastern Partnership Think Bridge Digest is focusing on transformations in security sector

Common European identity

European identity has been chiefly related to the European integration process

Why Is the US Leaving UNESCO and What Will It Change?

Lately, the US has been shocking the world with a number of unexpected decisions.

«The Northern ones» vs. «the Western ones» – drills or geopolitical stand?

New issue of EaP Think Bridge is out!

The mandate for keeping peace

For the last two weeks, numerous statements have been made about the possible United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission to Ukraine.

Lessons of the Greece-Turkey conflict for Ukraine-Russia case

The article analyses the Greek-Turkish conflict as an example of a protracted international conflict, which proved to be resilient to the years of resolution attempts.

A game for three or every country for itself?

While the countries of the Eastern Partnership are not ready to act as a united region politically, there does not seem to be too many obstacles for launching a pragmatic economic cooperation or even a common economic space

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