The Ukraine Analytical Digest is a special product of the Office. It is a selection of the latest and most important materials – including publications, videos, and infographics – on Ukraine and related topics developed by our members and recognised research centres from EU member states and other countries. To provide the reader with the best quality materials we monitor on a daily-basis the work of these leading research organisations, and share updates on the issues that matter most. The reader also receives the latest reports from past events, information on upcoming events in Ukraine, Europe, and beyond, and stays up-to-date with the Office’s activities.

The Digest is issued twice a month and sent out to all those who work on Ukraine-related issues in Brussels, EU member states, and other countries.

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Highlights:

– Thirty Years of Independence: What Accomplishments and Problems of Growth Do Ukrainians See and What Are Their Hopes for the Future;

– No Stepping Back in the Judicial Reform;

– Dynamics of Russian Disinformation Topics.

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15.10.2021

Highlights:

– The EU-Ukraine Security Partnership: Status and Prospects;

– Ukraine Freezes on the Verge of Changes in Communication of the State with the Citizens;

– War under the Mask of “Peace”: How a German-Language Initiative Promotes Russian Narratives about Ukraine.

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01.10.2021

Highlights:

– Ukraine-EU: Path to Political Association;

– What Ukrainians Think about Future of Crimea;

– Dynamics of Russian Disinformation Topics.

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15.09.2021

Highlights:

– How Voters See Political Parties: Creating Conditions for Efficient Representation;

– “Back Home”: How Russia Uses Facebook to Strengthen Its Control over Crimea;

– Why Ukraine Is Interesting.

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30.07.2021

Highlights:

– Public Opinion on Policy Honoring Victims of Nazi and Soviet Totalitarian Regimes’ Crimes during World War II;

– Public Monitoring of Certain Aspects of Customs Operation 2021: Analytical Report;

– Dynamics of Russian Disinformation Topics;

– Putin Verstehen: The Pro-Russian Presence on German Facebook.

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15.07.2021

Highlights:

– Public Support for Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Integration Course: Assessments and Recommendations;

– Disclosure of Information on Extractive Contracts: Case of Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs);

– Customs Work through the Eyes of Stakeholders;

– True or Not: How the Narrative about “External Governance” Spreads on Facebook.

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01.07.2021

Highlights:

– EU-Ukrainian Cooperation in Defense Sphere: Eastern Partnership Dimension;

– Why Conspiratorial Propaganda Works and What We Can Do About It: Audience Vulnerability and Resistance to Anti-Western, pro-Kremlin Disinformation in Ukraine;

– How the Opinion of Ukrainians about the Russian-Ukrainian War Has Changed: Key Points and Observations.

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15.06.2021

Highlights:

– Two Years of the Law on Language: Successes and Failures;

– E-State: How Ukraine Is Implementing Its Ambitious Digitalisation Reform;

– At a Low Start: Who and How Prepares for the Kharkiv Elections-2021.

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01.06.2021

Highlights:

– Assessment of the Effectiveness of Public Expenditure on Coal Industry Restructuring;

– Dynamics of Russian Disinformation Topics;

– Deficit of Jabs: Ukraine’s Struggle to Vaccinate Its Population.

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17.05.2021

Highlights:

– Ukraine in April 2021: Russia’s Troops on the Border; Zelensky Wants to Meet Putin; Diplomatic Wars in Eastern Europe;

– Energy Transparency Index 2020;

– Mapping of Strategic Targets of Ukraine and the EU in the Context of the European Green Deal: Developm­ent­ Vectors and­ Flagship­ Initiatives;

– Ukraine’s Projected 2nd Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC2): Is It Possible to Achieve More Ambitious Goals at a Lower Cost?

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05.05.2021