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Is There a Future for Security Cooperation between the Visegrad Four and Ukraine?

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 […]

PROMISES AND PITFALLS OF THE ‘YEAR OF BIG ELECTIONS’: CIVIL SOCIETY AND CIVIC ACTORS’ ATTEMPTS TO DELIVER REFORMS IN UKRAINE

Ukraine is rightly considered to be a country with a vibrant civil society and numerous non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and civil society organisations (CSOs) that push various agendas. However, the daunting task of bringing reforms to many domains inevitably raises the questions of prioritising, effectiveness, alliance-building, and competition. Presidential and parliamentary elections of 2019 led to […]

Eastern Partnership 2030 Trends

T his report outlines major trends that over the course of the next decade will shape the future of Eastern Partnership (EaP) region, to be understood as six individual countries and as a policy framework of the European Union. The authors of the report have focused particularly on those trends that are common for all […]

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 […]

SECURITY ENVIRONMENT CHANGED: IMPLICATIONS FOR UKRAINE

The year 2014 became a watershed for changes in the security discourse in Ukraine, which resulted both in the adoption of new strategic documents and practical steps for enhancing national security and defence. The article presents the evolution of strategic documents in Ukraine since 2010, underlines the main differences between the National Security Strategies adopted […]

EUROPEAN UNION: SECURITY STRATEGIES AND POLICIES AFTER 2014

The aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine made leaders of the European Union reconsider its relations with Russia, and the key requirement is respect for international law that envisages the restoration of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as to think of the strengthening of its own security policy. In June 2014, the […]

Supporting United Kingdom: Responses to Chemical Attack

NATO has expelled 7 diplomats from Russia’s mission to the alliance and block the appointment of 3 others earlier in March 2018. Ivan Us, an associate expert in the field of international economy at Ukrainian Prism Foreign Policy Council, joined UATV to discuss it in more detail.  

Human rights in Ukraine and the EU response, including relevant activities of the European Parliament

How the European Union and the European Parliament (EP) contribute to the promotion and protection of human rights in Ukraine?

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.

Entangled Triangle: What Will Happen with the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement?

The government has been obliged to submit its proposal on the ratification of the AA to the parliament by 1 November

Who is he: a new Secretary General of the UN?

De facto there is no doubt that Gutteres will be the ninth UN Secretary General.

Bratislava EU Summit: Quo Vadis?

Effectiveness of European integration in reforming the country and European Commission’s “carrots and sticks” approach in relation to the Ukrainian government is directly linked to the internal and external reputation of the EU

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