Ukraine’s Strategy for Building Relations with the Population of Crimea and Donbass: Lessons Learnt from Georgia for Ukraine
This paper is a collective endeavor of Georgian and Ukrainian authors to look at the annexation of Crimea and ongoing conflict in Donbass and the Ukrainian strategy to cope as seen through the lenses of the Georgian experience.
This special, year-end edition of the International Centre for Policy Studies’ “Foreign Policy Insight” periodical offers a review of the foreign policy challenges, successes and failures experienced by Ukraine in 2014.
The Association for International Affairs held two seminars on the use of oral history in multicultural education for students at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv June 5-6.
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.
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.
Ukrainian citizens residing in Crimea must be pulled out of the peninsula and the security of Crimean Tatars living there must be guaranteed, according to an analysis by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.
The European Union and NATO should take steps that will lead to the admission of Ukraine into their organizations, in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea, according to an International Centre for Policy Studies policy brief.