Six years ago, in February 2014, Russia started an operation to establish its military and political control over Crimea.
Contrary to what one might think, Brexit has set a brand new agenda for a far wider circle of actors than just for Great Britain and the European Union. With its own interests and goals, Ukraine is no exception.
Iran admitted that it “unintentionally shot down” a Ukrainian plane over its territory, thus putting an end to speculations around the issue.
This document is prepared by “Europe Without Barriers” under the aegis of Ukrainian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum with the support of European Union and International Renaissance Foundation within the framework of Civic Synergy project.
Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (Ukraine World, Internews Ukraine) welcomes to the studio Nataliya Gumenyuk, Ukrainian journalist specialised in international security and conflict reporting who has been regularly visiting occupied Crimea since the annexation.
Mariia Zolkina, analyst at the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, prepared an article for NV.
The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement is the most ambitious document the EU has ever signed with a third country.
This document analyses the current information threats and opportunities to counter them in Ukraine, the EU and NATO, and the current state and development of cooperation between them in the field of strategic communications.
The Centre “Strategy XXI” presented a new issue #4 (36) of the Black Sea Security journal.
In January 2020, Ukraine took part, as is tradition, in the World Economic Forum in Davos, one of the largest global events of the year. UkraineWorld went there too, and here’s what they saw and heard.