The year 2019 is filled with NATO celebrations: 70th anniversary of the Alliance and the 10th anniversary of the NATO Liaison Office in Ukraine. Alongside this, support for NATO membership among Ukrainians is growing though real membership prospects remain unclear.
Iryna Matviyshyn, analyst and journalist at Internews Ukraine and UkraineWorld, analysed how Russia militarises children in the Donbas and Crimea.
Fifteen years ago, the European Union grew overnight from 15 members to 25 in the biggest and most ambitious enlargement it had ever ventured. In 2004, 10 countries, including Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, and Slovakia joined the bloc. For Ukraine, eurointegration remains one of the main priorities.
The Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” proposes to your attention a video visualisation of the militarist consequences of the Nord Stream 2 construction.
The twelfth instalment of the annual Kyiv Security Forum took place on 11-12 April 2019. This year, the Forum’s agenda was dedicated to the strategic choice of Ukraine and the West, as well as to political, economic, security and cultural interdependence between Ukraine and the Western world.
Vitaly Dorofeyev, CASE analyst, takes stock of the ten years of the functioning of the Eastern Partnership, an EU Neighbourhood Policy tool dedicated to six post-Soviet countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
In Europe, gas pipelines as Nord Streams are estimated only from the business coordinate system.
The Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” prepared an analytical note based on the results of the international conference “Putin’s Wars in Eastern Europe: Post-Crimean Reality” held on March 19, 2019, in Kyiv.
Mykola Sungurovsky, Director of military programmes at the Razumkov Centre, analysed the views of the presidential candidates on the ways to return the occupied parts of Donbas and the Crimea.
Mykola Kapitonenko, Associate Expert at the International Centre for Policy Studies, analysed possible ways to resolve the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.