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SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA AND BELARUS AGRICULTURAL SECTOR: COMPENSATORY MEASURES FOR UKRAINE

Blocking agricultural trade with Russia/Belarus could at least partly compensate for any potential or observable losses that Polish or other neighbouring farmers believe are caused by exports from Ukraine.

The trilateral initiative: How Britain, Poland and Ukraine can shape a post-war Europe

On 17th February 2022, Poland, the United Kingdom (UK) and Ukraine agreed to establish a memorandum of understanding to facilitate closer and more structured cooperation between the three countries. Four initial ideas were identified for deeper collaboration: cyber and energy security, countering disinformation, and support for the Crimea Platform.

Nuclear Blackmail of the Russian Federation

From the very beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, President Putin has used nuclear rhetoric to create the impression of his own invincibility and to deter any reaction from the West. Putin understands that Russia’s nuclear status opens almost endless opportunities to raise the stakes in the international arena.

GLIMPSE INTO MOBILIZATION IN RUSSIA: OVERVIEW, METHODS AND PROSPECTS

Russian Federation suffered significant losses which caused the need to replenish them.

EU-Latin America Relations: Analyzing Cooperation from a Ukrainian Perspective

This policy paper presents a comprehensive analysis of key areas of cooperation and the activation of collaboration within the European Union (EU), Latin America (LA), and Ukraine, particularly focusing on the period following February 24, 2022.

Global Trends 2024: UKRAINE’S TOOLKIT TO INFLUENCE GLOBAL PROCESSES

The possibility of Ukraine being involved or even influencing global processes will depend on the number of variables.

Global Trends 2024: THE PLACE OF UKRAINE ON GLOBAL SOUTH AGENDA

Currently, Ukraine is interested in the comprehensive involvement of the countries of the Global South in the implementation of its Peace Formula, which would be able to guarantee a fair victory and recovery of Ukraine after the conflict and increase the chances of Russian aggression not repeating itself in the future.

Global Trends 2024: EXISTING ALLIANCES ON THE GLOBAL GEOPOLITICAL MAP

The trajectory of global alliances hinges significantly on US politics.

Global trends 2024: NEW SCENARIOS FOR THE GLOBAL SECURITY ORDER

The 2024 scenarios for the global security order will be shaped by a significant number of variables driven both by domestic developments in the key actors and their foreign policy choices.

Is there an alternative to liberating Crimea from the Russian Occupation?

Rekindling the war not only added urgency to Ukraine’s desire to liberate the peninsula but also put the issue of Crimea back on the table.

NATO should reconsider its policy on Ukraine’s membership

One of the key questions facing NATO on the eve of the 2023 Vilnius summit is whether to offer Ukraine security guarantees, while Ukraine insists that it should be given a clear path to membership.

UKRAINE – NATO IN THE RUN-UP TO THE VILNIUS SUMMIT: KEY CONCERNS OF MEMBER STATES

In an attempt to explore the key trends in the political discourse, and the rationale of the opponents of the earliest possible integration of Ukraine into NATO, the Ukrainian Prism team interviewed experts, former diplomats, and officials from seven NATO member states