Nadiia Bureiko

Ukraine Abroad Program Director

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Nadiia Bureiko is the Ukraine Abroad Program Director


Born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine. Nadiia Bureiko pursued MA in International Relations and PhD in Political Science at Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University. She is as a post-doc researcher at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and a research fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study, New Europe College, Romania. She is a holder of the Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship and Pontica Magna fellowship. She is a vice-head of the NGO ‘Quadrivium’. Nadiia is a researcher and coordinator of international projects, e.g. ‘Transcultural Contact Zones in Ukraine’ co-funded by Swiss Scientific Foundation,  ‘European Union and its neighborhood. Network for enhancing EU’s actorness in the eastern borderlands’ co-funded by the European Union, ‘From Inspiration to Implementation: Europeanisation Process in Ukraine’ co-funded by the International Visegrad Fund, etc. She is participant and organiser of more than 50 scientific conferences and workshops in more than 20 countries.

Recent Publications

Ukraine’s public diplomacy enters a new phase

A new milestone in Ukraine’s public diplomacy began in late March when the foreign ministry approved, for the first time in history, a public diplomacy strategy.

(Українська) Вперше в історії України ухвалено Стратегію публічної дипломатії

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Whither US-Ukraine relations during a Biden presidency?

The United States is among Ukraine’s key foreign partners and one of the main providers of substantial political, economic and military aid. Ever since Russia’s aggression in 2014, the US has been a staunch supporter, both in word and deed, of Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and security, as well as the implementation of democratic reforms.