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Considering the increasing role of digital policy in the EU’s foreign policy, it is important for Ukraine to take best practices from the EU. Ukraine is an advanced digital country but it has not paid enough attention to making its digital policy serve its foreign policy priorities.
The European Union remains a major partner for EaP countries in promoting digital transformation processes. This includes providing financial support for reform implementation through various projects and providing access to EU funding instruments, as well as promoting legislative improvements and innovations in digital sector.
There is a lot of noise, myths and legends surrounding the “Wagner” mercenaries. Let’s try to figure out what or who is actually behind them, what is the real role of Prigozhin and what is the “PMK” capable of in the confrontation with the Ukrainian army.
European Green Deal: how do Eastern Partnership states respond to the EU Standards? Strengthening energy security and nuclear safety: overcoming dependencies
The implementation of the Strategy of Foreign Policy of Ukraine needs adjustment on the part of small alliances.
Assessment of promotion and enhancing reforms process by the EU in the countries of the Eastern Partnership within priority “Together for accountable institutions, the rule of law, and security”
The understanding of the concept of a feminist foreign policy remains quite limited in Ukraine today. It is mostly narrowed down to gender equality in the diplomatic service.
Ukraine, which is fighting against the Russian invaders for its sheer existence and democratic choice, also becomes a participant in the processes of the EU energy market.
Romania presents a case of a balanced approach of using hard and soft security measures in forming its system of resilience to possible Russian aggression on various fronts.
For centuries, the relationship between Türkiye and Russia has been the one of interdependencies and conflictual cooperation. Though
The challenges caused by the Russian war against Ukraine simultaneously opened the window of opportunities for the acceleration of the European integration of Ukraine and Moldova: both countries were granted the EU candidate status and benefit from European support.