The Ukraine-EU Association Agreement: Can there be European modernization without European integration?
The International Center for Policy Studies will hold a roundtable discussion in Kyiv on May 23, 2013, about the future of Ukraine-EU relations.
Ignoring demands from Kyiv city officials that they not display a group of political cartoons in public, members of the Institute for World Policy (IWP) held an exhibition of the images on May 18, the day Ukraine marks Europe Day.
Experts at the Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD) estimate that the amount of remittances sent from Russia to Azerbaijan is much higher than that reported by official sources.
Europe Without Barriers and PASOS are pleased to invite you to a public discussion and photo exhibit on May 16, 2013, in Prague on the subject of “EU Visa Policy in Eastern Europe and What Neighbors Can Do: The case of the Czech Republic.”
The success of the Eastern Partnership hinges on the signing of an Association Agreement (AA) between Ukraine and the European Union this year, according to a new policy brief from the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).
This brief discusses the recent collapse of the governing Alliance for European Integration-2 coalition in Moldova and the potential consequences for Moldovan integration with the European Union. IWP senior analyst Leonid Litra argues that Moldova now finds itself in the midst of a corruption crisis which will only be exacerbated if early elections take place.
PASOS is partnering with two NGOs on a project to train think-tanks from across Ukraine on general good-practice models of public administration in the EU and how to apply those practices.