Publications

Yatsenyuk Government: First Achievements and FailuresYatsenyuk Government: First Achievements and Failures

April 16, 2014

Majors institutional reforms in Ukraine are not possible without the establishment of a professional civil service sector that is not linked to any political parties, according to this International Centre for Policy Studies analysis.

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Separatism in Eastern Ukraine:  Russia Continues to Go on the OffensiveSeparatism in Eastern Ukraine: Russia Continues to Go on the Offensive

April 14, 2014

Russia will likely move to set up puppet states under its control carved from portions of Ukraine, rather than annex more Ukrainian territory, according to an analysis by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.

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Police Integration In North Kosovo: Progress And Remaining Challenges In Implementation Of The Brussels AgreementPolice Integration In North Kosovo: Progress And Remaining Challenges In Implementation Of The Brussels Agreement

April 10, 2014

This Belgrade Center for Security Policy paper analyzes the implementation of the April 2013 Brussels Agreement, focusing on the key part of the agreement which explicitly stated that local Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs units would be disbanded and integrated into the Kosovo Police.

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Language, Identity, Politics – The Myth of Two UkrainesLanguage, Identity, Politics – The Myth of Two Ukraines

April 9, 2014

The idea that Ukraine is divided into two different cultural and political communities is not supported by empirical evidence, according to this Institute of Public Affairs analysis.

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Inside Ukraine #5Inside Ukraine #5

April 7, 2014

The Ukrainian government needs to quickly enact radical reforms in order to tackle internal economic and political problems, according to an International Centre for Policy Studies analysis.

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Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2014Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2014

April 7, 2014

This review of Czech foreign policy by the Association for International Affairs criticizes the actions of President Miloš Zeman, the lack of interest of political parties in foreign policy and the country’s persistent absence of a strategic foreign policy vision.

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Focus on Ukraine: All candidates are on the starting line for the presidential electionsFocus on Ukraine: All candidates are on the starting line for the presidential elections

March 31, 2014

The Russian government will continue to interfere with the political process in Ukraine over the next two months, and candidates in the upcoming presidential election should strive to avoid this Russian interference influence the election, according to an analysis by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.

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