The failure of Western governments to roll back Russian actions in Ukraine and to help the new Ukrainian political leadership and civil society to build a functional government based on the rule of law has serious implications for how conflicts are settled in the region, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.
The paper analyzes the macroeconomic consequences for Azerbaijan’s economy if the country joins the World Trade Organization.
The current peacekeeping mission in Transnistria should be transformed into an international civil monitoring mission, which would have a clear mandate, concrete tasks, be impartial and in line with UN standards, according to this joint Institute of World Policy-IDIS “Viitorul” analysis.
It is in the best interests of Belarus that the Ukraine crisis be resolved quickly for economic, political and strategic reasons, according to this Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies analysis.
Ukrainian politicians competing for positions in a post-election government for political and personal reasons are undermining rhetoric from national leaders that the country wants to form a new government based on professional qualifications, according to this analysis from the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.
Monitoring Report – Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Armenia on the Facilitation of the Issuance of Visas
The EU Delegation to Armenia should sponsor regular meetings between the consular posts of EU member states and Armenian NGOs dealing with visa- related issues in order to help speed the process of visa liberalization for Armenia, according to this Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation report.
In this paper, Center for Policy Studies Marie-Curie Research Fellow Kiril Sharapov highlights differences in the levels of awareness of human trafficking in Great Britain, Ukraine, and Hungary.