Since the outbreak of war in Eastern Ukraine, a complete failure of evacuation from the social institutions, located in the conflict zone, happened and no one was brought to justice – says in the new analysis of the Kharkiv Institute for Social Research (KHiSR).

In the latest edition of the “Foreign Policy Insight”, weekly publication of the International Centre for Policy Studies, experts of the Centre were trying to find answers to the following questions: to which extent Poland and Ukraine use the new window of opportunity to enhance political, economic, humanitarian, military-technical cooperation?

In the new issue of the weekly digest Foreign Policy Insight experts of the International Centre for Policy Studies (ICPS) analysed attempts of Ukraine and Belarus to form joint positions against the backdrop of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

Experts of the International Centre for Policy Studies (ICPS) believe that Ukrainian transport blockade of Crimea causes isolation of Peninsula and destroys relationships between “continental” Ukraine and local people, pushing them to greater integration with Russia.

On the 16 March 2015, The EU-Ukraine Association Council endorsed the updated Association Agenda, which will be instrumental in guiding the process of enhanced reforms and economic modernisation in Ukraine. Being agreed between the Ukrainian Government and the EU and its Member States, this document constitutes the main political tool for the implementation and monitoring of the Association Agreement.

Polish politician, economist and reformer Leszek Balcerowicz believes that Ukraine should implement systemic changes in the economy, in particular to reduce subsidies and promote competition, not just ask for money in other countries.

Експерт Центру політико-правових реформ дав правову оцінку ситуації, яка склалася в зоні АТО.

The head of the civil initiative “Europe without Barriers” Iryna Sushko wrote an article about the state of liberalization of the visa regime with Ukraine.