On 12 February 2019, Ukraine’s Ministry of Information Policy (MIP) presented a 384-page-long study titled “White Paper of Special Information Operations Against Ukraine.” UkraineWorld has put together key takeaways from the study.
Hungary has struck an agreement with Russia`s Gazprom to buy and store its gas supplies in 2020 – regardless of the gas transit relationship between Moscow and Kyiv.
The International Centre for Policy Studies prepared a publication “Ukraine and its neighbors: analysis of regional trends”.
The 11th issue of Ukrainian Law Enforcement Reform Digest is the result of the common project of NGO “Association UMDPL” and Centre of Policy and Legal Reform with the financial support of the European Union.
UkraineWorld prepared its bi-weekly information warfare digest aimed at tracking Russian efforts to influence Ukrainian information area ahead of and during presidential and parliamentary elections.
Marek Dabrowski, Co-founder and Fellow at CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research in Warsaw, prepared a report “The Economic and Monetary Union: Past, Present and Future”.
Draft law aimed at the establishment of the dependence of judges and legalisation of unfaithful conduct has been introduced to the Parliament.
Ukrainians are expecting the upcoming Presidential elections to be held on 31 of March. Ukraine’s Central Election Commission registered 44 candidates and only 4 of them are women.
The Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting presented the results of the IV annual survey of over 1000 Ukrainian importers and exporters.
DiXi Group presented its new analytical report on key events in the energy sector of Ukraine and the region. The document covers all important developments, major political and business statements in the areas of gas, oil, electricity, renewables, and utility services.