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Eastern Partnership Revisited: A Focus on Ukraine

The Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity in February 2014 led to fundamental and still ongoing changes both inside the country and in the region as a whole.

Ukraine-Romania: new page in relations

Ukraine’s relations with the neighbor recently gotten considerably warmer

Window of opportunity in Ukrainian-Turkish relations

Strategic vision of cooperation priorities instead of the reactive approach to bilateral relations

#betrayal and #victory of Ukrainian diplomacy: Expert prospective

Ukrainian fatigue, the lack of positive image, “Minsk-2” process as both major success and greatest failure

Ukraine in the Black Sea region after anexation of Crimea: position and interests

For decades Ukraine has not effectively capitalized on its regional cooperation potential due to its lack of objective conditions, and its political will

Ukraine’s Strategy for building relations with the population of Crimea and Donbass

Russia occupied Crimea against the background of a state vacuum in Ukraine and thedisorientation of the new Ukrainian leadership of the post-Maidan period

Perspectives of Bilateral Relations of Ukraine with Neighbouring Countries

Although Ukraine has concluded cooperation agreements with all the neighbouringstates, many sensitive issues still remain on the bilateral agenda

NATO Challenged by Three Dichotomies: a View from Ukraine

Вespite the fact that the most brilliant strategic thinkers were drafting NATO strategic concepts some important threats were overlooked

Visegrad group’s solidarity in 2004–2014: tested by Ukrainian crisis

V4 managed to invent a sort of separate regional identity, distinguishing the group from the long line of countries expressing “European choice” as their priority.

State of Minsk agreements implementation

European Councilhas agreed that the duration of the economic sanctions against Russia shall be linked to the complete implementationof the Minsk agreements

After the Ukrainian crisis: Is there a place for Russia?

While Kiev considers it a Russian–Ukrainian conflict, Moscow perceives it as a Russian–West confrontation

RUSSIA’S NEW SECURITY STRATEGY AND THE UNITED STATES’ RESPONSE

Russia does not clearly outline the perimeter of its vital interests, perhaps in an attempt to preserve some strategic ambiguity for NATO.

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