More than 54 percent of Ukrainians say that gaining access to markets is the most important priority its foreign policy leaders should be focusing on, according to the results of an Institute for World Policy public-opinion poll.
Governments of the Eastern Partnership countries need to acknowledge that they must overhaul their governance systems, which pose an existential threat, according to this Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development paper.
Lessons learned during Ukraine’s recent experiences with hybrid warfare, counter-propaganda, and energy security could be useful to NATO, according to this Institute for World Policy analysis.
In spite of significant costs borne by Ukrainian society, the European choice still enjoys support among most of Ukrainian society, while support for closer political and economic ties with Russia is falling, according to this Institute of Public Affairs report.
About 64 percent of Ukrainians say they would vote in favor of NATO membership if a referendum was held on the issue, according to the results of an Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation poll.
Montenegrins are evenly split on the question of whether their country should join the NATO alliance, according to the results of a poll conducted by the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights.
This Institute of World Policy booklet offer excerpts from speeches given at “Euro-Atlantic Partnership Day: Results of the NATO Summit in Wales,” an IWP conference held in September.