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Hennadiy Maksak: the biggest successes and failures ofUkraine’s foreign policy in 2017

International experts and diplomats have announced the results of Ukraine’s foreign policy in 2017. So what are the biggest successes and failures? To get to know all the details, we welcomed to the studio Hennadiy Maksak, chairman of the Foreign Policy Council ‘Ukrainian Prism’ – the organization which conducted this survey.

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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.

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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 […]

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Ukraine, Poland Presidents Patching Up Relations

Is repairing of Ukraine – Poland relations possible?

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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.

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Bridging the Divide: Forging Cooperation and Fostering Collaboration

Video report from the round table in Yerevan, Armenia, on 14th of June 2017

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Post-Budapest for Ukraine: multilateral security garantees

Prism Security Debates in Kyiv, on December, 6th 2016

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Foreign Policy in US presidential elections is tied to whatever fits on bumper sticker

What to expect form both candidates in foreign policy?

Flags flutter in the wind in front of NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014. Frustrated with his Afghan counterpart, U.S. President Barack Obama is ordering the Pentagon to accelerate planning for a full U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan by the end of this year. But Obama is also holding out hope that Afghanistan's next president may eventually sign a stalled security agreement that could prevent the U.S. from having to take that step. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Russian aggression against Ukraine was a gamechanger for NATO

Petr Lunak from Public Diplomacy Department, NATO HQ

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‎Eastern Partnership‬ is not a great success but rather a moderate failure

“The Eastern Partnership and civil security issues of the member states: past realities and present trends” conference in Bucharest, Romania

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‪#‎Brexit‬ will take Ukraine off the EU agenda

As the British vote for leaving the EU the Slovaks prepare to start their presidency in EU Council and have to reshape the agenda.

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There’s no systematic approach to foreign policy in the government’s program

Presentation of the annual research Ukrainian prism: Foreign Policy 2015 in Odessa

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