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Doomsday in Ukraine? Think AgainDoomsday in Ukraine? Think Again

March 9, 2015

There are still plenty of reasons to be optimistic about Ukraine’s future, according to Institute of World Policy Director Alyona Getmanchuk, who has penned an analysis on the topic for the Carnegie Moscow Center.

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Tracing the origins of the Ukraine crisis: Should the EU share the blame?Tracing the origins of the Ukraine crisis: Should the EU share the blame?

June 19, 2014

The EU didn’t create the Ukraine crisis, but it must take responsibility for ending it, according to a commentary written by Institute of World Policy Director Alyona Getmanchuk for “Europe’s World.”

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 To the EU with no agreementTo the EU with no agreement

December 12, 2013

How can relations between Ukraine and the European Union stay in good shape until the president of Ukraine (probably a new one) will be ready to sign an Association Agreement and make every effort to implement it? Alyona Getmanchuk, director of the Institute of World Policy in Kyiv, tackles this question in a op-ed piece published in the Kyiv Post.

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EU-Azerbaijan Relations: Current Challenges And Prospects For GrowthEU-Azerbaijan Relations: Current Challenges And Prospects For Growth

December 10, 2013

“Ruskiy Vopros” Magazine has published this paper by Center for Social and Economic Development analyst Alili Ziya.

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The Dramatic Rise and Fall of Mikheil SaakashviliThe Dramatic Rise and Fall of Mikheil Saakashvili

October 24, 2013

George Tarkhan-Mouravi, a former PASOS board member and the co-director of PASOS member Institute for Policy Studies in Tbilisi, has written a compelling article about the political career of Mikheil Saakashvili, the third President of Georgia and leader of the United National Movement Party.

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UK OGP country report: The Tenets of Open PolicymakingUK OGP country report: The Tenets of Open Policymaking

August 16, 2013

Dolar Vasani, an independent consultant and the author of 15 country articles on the OGP consultation processes, looks at the status of the OGP in the United Kingdom in this report.

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Montenegro OGP country report: The challenge of constructive engagementMontenegro OGP country report: The challenge of constructive engagement

August 9, 2013

Learning from the experiences of Croatia, civil society in Montenegro has strongly expressed its wish that the consultation process be broadened to include many more NGOs and the public, according to Dolar Vasani is an independent consultant and the author of 15 country articles on the OGP consultation processes between government and civil society.

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