ICPS expert Mykola Kapitonenko analysed Ukrainian and Korean lessons in the context of nuclear disarmament.
DiXi Group has prepared a publication to show just how Russia used natural gas to reach its political goals in Ukraine: how it was used to bribe some officials and blackmail others, to influence decision-making and basically twist arms.
On 25 April, The European Council has published on their website a release about confirmation on the proposal for a European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) to strengthen security checks on visa-free travellers.
Ten years ago, when the world was completely different, NATO adopted a Summit Declaration in Bucharest, where paragraph 23 referred to the postponement of the MAP for Ukraine. All the traditional protocol norms followed, and diplomatic formulas voiced.
On 14 March 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited his last destination in the pre-election tour—occupied Crimea. The first thing he inspected there was the Crimea bridge, a project set to link continental Russia with the newly-annexed territory.
Oleхiy Haran, Research Director at the Democratic Initiatives Foundation, and Petro Burkovsky, Deputy Head of Department at the National Institute for Strategic Studies, prepared a policy memo on what would make the Kremlin rethink its options in the Donbas.
Experts of the Razumkov Centre analysed the main events in Ukrainian domestic policy, national security and defence, economy, energy sector and foreign policy.
Iryna Sushko and Pavlo Kravchuk, Europe without Barriers, analysed the situation with Ukrainian passports in their article for BlogActiv.
Can UN blue berets bring peace to eastern Ukraine which continues to suffer from an undeclared war ignited by pro-Russian proxies and supported by Moscow since Spring 2014? Or are they just a tool in a political game?