Tag: International Centre for Policy Studies
Volodymyr Panchenko has been named the new director of the International Centre for Policy Studies (ICPS) in Kyiv. Panchenko had been acting director of the think tank since January.
This February 14 panel discussion in Kyiv is being organized by the International Centre for Policy Studies. The panelists will discuss why public finances in Ukraine are opaque and about measures that would make those who spend taxpayer money more accountable to voters.
Petro Pavlychenko, a social activist and an expert on sustainable development, judicial reform and democratic governance, has been named the director of the International Centre for Policy Studies in Kyiv.
The emerging Turkish-Russian energy partnership is potentially a strategic challenge to Ukraine, as it could undermine Ukraine’s unique geopolitical position, according to this ICPS analysis.
This policy brief presents the European model of environmental impact assessment, which Ukraine needs to implement, and analyzes Ukraine’s compliance status with the EU directive regulating such assessments.
Ukraine will not find a workable foreign policy in relation to Europe or the world until it understands and begins to apply the mechanisms of international partnership with its nearest neighbors, the former Soviet republics, according to this ICPS report.
As part of a study of subregional integration in the European Union’s four sea basins, the International Centre for Policy Studies (ICPS) in Ukraine has created a video blog about the project’s findings.