Sanctions must remain a key instrument of pressure on Russia to restore Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

05.06.2020
International Centre for Policy Studies, International Institute for Peace

International talks with investors and negotiating skills required to clinch effective production sharing agreements in the extractive sector were the points addressed during a seminar organised by DiXi Group jointly with ISLP.

18.05.2020
DiXi Group, ISLP

On Tuesday, May 5, online conference on “Ukraine’s economy and finance during and after the coronavirus pandemic” with the participation of the country’s leading economists was held, it was organised by the International Centre for Policy Studies and the Hanns Seidel Foundation.

06.05.2020
International Centre for Policy Studies, Hanns Seidel Foundation

How to continue industrial development without causing damage to the environment? A round table discussing this topic was held on 5 March in Dnipro with the participation of DiXi Group experts Serhii Balan and Anton Antonenko.

20.03.2020
DiXi Group

A positive factor is the lack of confirmed facts of voter bribery or other forms of material incentives for citizens.

09.03.2020
Civil Network OPORA

On Wednesday, March 4th, the diplomatic briefing “Sanctions against Russia: successes, failures and future prospects” took place at the Berlin office of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR Berlin).

09.03.2020
International Centre for Policy Studies

On Tuesday, February 11, a diplomatic briefing “Sanctions against Russia: successes, failures and prospects for the future” took place in the US capital at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

05.03.2020
International Centre for Policy Studies

On January 30, the Razumkov Centre held a public discussion “Future of Think Tanks in Ukraine: Tasks, Challenges, Opportunities”.

20.02.2020
Razumkov Centre

On Thursday, January 23, the International Centre for Policy Studies organised an expert discussion “Sanctions Against Russia – Effective or Still Not Enough?” in Tallinn, Estonia.

25.01.2020
International Centre for Policy Studies

The Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” held a briefing “Black Sea Security 2020: Chaotisation is going on” on 21 January 2020 in the press-centre of the IA “Glavcom”, in the framework of the project “Promoting Security in the Black Sea Region through Greater Engagement of Non-Governmental Organisations” with the support of the Black Sea Trust Fund, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

23.01.2020
Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI”