Ukrainian foreign policy experts gathered for a public discussion about Ukraine-Russia relations in Kyiv September 28, at an Institute of World Policy event.
The Slovak Foreign Policy Association has kicked off a project devoted to countering pro-Kremlin disinformation in Central and Eastern Europe.
This Institute of World Policy report examines the global experience of local conflicts in order to determine best practices and develop recommendations for Ukraine regarding the security and political aspects of conflict settlement in its Eastern regions.
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.
The majority of Poles and the inhabitants of the Baltic states believe that Russia represents a military threat to their countries, although there are big differences among respondents from individual states, according to the results of an Institute of Public Affairs survey.
Arming Ukraine means stabilizing Ukraine, at least for the medium- and long-term evolution of the country, according to the conclusions of this analysis that includes a team of experts from the Institute of World Policy among its authors.
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.