Tag: Institute of World Policy

 

Not So Quiet on the Eastern Front: An Audit of the Minsk Agreements and Ukraine’s Reintegration OptionsNot So Quiet on the Eastern Front: An Audit of the Minsk Agreements and Ukraine’s Reintegration Options

November 2, 2016

Two members of the PASOS network in Ukraine contributed to this analysis of the impact of the Minsk Agreements on the country’s territorial integrity.

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Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-GeorgiaForeign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Georgia

October 7, 2016

Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova should establish communications and coordination on European integration issues at the governmental level in order to send a signal to the EU, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.

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Experts discuss Ukraine-Russian relations at IWP panel event (+video)Experts discuss Ukraine-Russian relations at IWP panel event (+video)

September 30, 2016

Ukrainian foreign policy experts gathered for a public discussion about Ukraine-Russia relations in Kyiv September 28, at an Institute of World Policy event.

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EU Membership Perspective for Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine:  Impossible, Forgotten, Or Hidden?EU Membership Perspective for Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine: Impossible, Forgotten, Or Hidden?

August 4, 2016

Without reforms and the ability to convince the EU that they can have a sustainable approach to reform implementation, it will be difficult for Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to even begin to engage the EU in dialogue on membership, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.

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Ukraine-Germany: How to Turn Situational Partnership into Priority OneUkraine-Germany: How to Turn Situational Partnership into Priority One

February 9, 2016

This Institute of World Policy paper examines relations between Ukraine and Germany in the key areas of partnership: political, security, trade, and economic, and analyzes how rapprochement between the two countries could bring closer ties.

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U.S. Lethal Weapons for Ukraine: Mechanisms and ConsequencesU.S. Lethal Weapons for Ukraine: Mechanisms and Consequences

January 22, 2016

The provision of lethal weapons from the United States would not have a decisive impact on the conflict in Ukraine, but it would send a message to the Ukrainian people and the Russian leadership that the United States is ready to supplement diplomatic efforts with more robust security assistance, according to this Institute of World Policy brief.

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How Could the EU Accelerate Reforms in Ukraine?How Could the EU Accelerate Reforms in Ukraine?

November 26, 2015

The European Union should strengthen the institutional and professional capacity of the most active non-governmental organizations that contribute to reforms in Ukraine, according to this Institute for World Policy analysis.

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