After a period of silence, Russia is now taking new steps to return to the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly, which sanctioned Moscow for annexing Crimea and military actions in eastern Ukraine.

Internews-Ukraine, UkraineWorld

Russia`s negative attitude to NATO is a well-known fact and Russian political establishment never misses a chance to pontificate about that. 

Centre for Global Studies "Strategy XXI"

Vitaliy Martynyuk, Head of International Programs at the Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI”, joined UATV to discuss NATO trust funds that are working to support Ukraine in developing its Armed Forces.

Centre for Global Studies "Strategy XXI"

After Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea and occupation of part of Ukrainian Donbas, the country faced sanctions from the West, including from the US and from the EU.

Internews-Ukraine, UkraineWorld

Data Journalism Agency TEXTY analysed how Russia builds infrastructure to re-route transit of natural gas via Ukraine in the article for BlogActiv.

Data Journalism Agency TEXTY

Article by EWB analyst Kateryna Kulchytska published in European Pravda analyses the visa policy of Great Britain in Ukraine, proving its unproportional strictness comparing to other non-EU European countries.

Europe without barriers

Andreas UmlandSenior Research Fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, analysed the annexation of the Ukrainian Peninsula by Russia and the question of historical justice.

Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation

Anton Marchuk, expert at the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform, joined UATV to discuss the Manafort’s case and its influence on Ukraine-US relations.

Centre of Policy and Legal Reform

Andreas Umland, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, analysed the possibility of resolving a Donbas issue after the 2019 elections and the renovation of political elites in Ukraine.

Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation

Andreas Umland, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, analysed why Moscow sent the Buk missile to Ukraine when such a weapon was not necessary to shoot down lower flying Ukrainian military planes.

Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation