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Abstract Current relations between Ukraine and Visegrad Four states in the security domain are in stagnation. Even if existing obstacles are removed, there is no clear vision of possible cooperation topics and joint projects to be implemented. Cooperation within NATO and EU frameworks are perceived as the most potential, including Ukraine joining PESCO projects, building […]
The overall impression is that the Government’s Program allocates an unclear and sporadic role to foreign policy
Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” analyzed foreign policy programs and plans of President Zelenskyy and political parties present in the new Parliament.
Ukrainians came up with the road map for president’s first days in the office
This article attempts to assess how close the business climate in Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries is to the business climate in EU countries.
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
On 16 July 2018, the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum held the launch event of the Disinformation Resilience Index in Brussels. The event was hosted by the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Latvia to the European Union and saw the presentation of the results of the Disinformation Resilience Index and the report for the Eastern Partnership Region. Speakers […]
Despite the differences in the positions on foreign policy priorities among the countries of the Visegrad Group the experience of the last three
years clearly shows solidarity in the issue of assistance to Ukraine
How the European Union and the European Parliament (EP) contribute to the promotion and protection of human rights in Ukraine?
The defence sector was a low priority in the political competition as it provided little political, economic and reputational incentives