TRUMAN Index №4 (8): Ukraine-EU Relations
Ukraine’s relations with the European Union have been rich and diverse and have brought good results. First of all, during the monitoring period, Kyiv and Brussels held an EU-Ukraine summit, which delivered a strong joint statement, highlighting Ukraine’s European aspirations and de facto recognizing Russia as the aggressor in Ukraine.
9 November 2018
Odesa and Kherson: Attitudes to European integration
After the Russian aggression the South of Ukraine has reconsidered its attitude towards the West and Russia, it hasn’t entirely embraced the pro-European agenda, while its attitudes and perceptions often remain out of Kyiv’s sight and attention.
6 November 2018
Assistance from the EU and the US: What Do Ukrainians Think?
Ukrainians are generally convinced of the need for assistance from the EU and the US. Quite an insignificant number of citizens oppose receiving assistance from the Western governments.
24 October 2018
Announcement! Eastern Partnership Think Tank Forum 2018
On November 14-16, 2018, the Eastern Partnership Think Tank Forum will be held in Bucharest, Romania.
29 October 2018
The “New Europe” was presented to the graduates of Cambridge
What is Europe's way to be influential in the international relations? What is the role of Ukraine and each of us in this aspect?
25 October 2018
Research
TRUMAN Index №4 (8): Ukraine-NATO Relations
Ukraine’s path to integration with NATO demands clear milestones that would make it possible to measure just how close the country is to reaching the benchmarks necessary for membership. Because member countries refuse to discuss the situation on this level, saying “Let’s see some reforms and then talk,” Ukraine faces a bit of a vicious cycle: Euroatlantic integration is such a strategic and unattainable goal that its achievement becomes a bogged-down process rather than work towards a concrete outcome.
14 November 2018
TRUMAN Index №4 (8): Ukraine-Russia Relations
The closer it gets to elections in Ukraine, the more noticeable the blend of foreign and domestic policy, with the Russian factor becoming a decisive one in election discourse. Russia has become the launching point and the marker that divides various camps and determines key ideologemes.
13 November 2018
TRUMAN Index №4 (8): Ukraine-EU Relations
Ukraine’s relations with the European Union have been rich and diverse and have brought good results. First of all, during the monitoring period, Kyiv and Brussels held an EU-Ukraine summit, which delivered a strong joint statement, highlighting Ukraine’s European aspirations and de facto recognizing Russia as the aggressor in Ukraine.
9 November 2018
TRUMAN Index №4 (8): Ukraine-US Relations
During this past quarter, Ukrainian-American relations involved a series of mixed signals, mainly on the US side. On one hand, Presidents Poroshenko and Trump did meet, and National Security Advisor John Bolton came to Kyiv to celebrate Ukraine’s Independence Day. On the other, Trump met with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, where the US president never once mentioned Ukraine or support for its territorial integrity publicly.
8 November 2018
Publications archive
Projects
New Europe Center and Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter held the conference “Israel’s Experience of Nation-Building: Lessons for Ukraine”. The purpose of the conference is to share the Israeli experience in various fields of state-building with Ukrainian civil servants and civil society
26 July 2018
Studies and policy briefs, written by the experts of the New Europe Center (including in co-authorship)
30 December 2017
Together with the Hungarian Center for Euroatlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID), NEC organized a study program for the group of Ukrainian journalists from leading media outlets
30 October 2017

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