An article by Kateryna Zarembo, Deputy Director of the NEC, on assessment of Ukraine’s progress in relations with NATO (March-September 2018) for the quarterly magazine ТRUMAN Index.
An article by Sergiy Solodkyy, First Deputy Director of the NEC, on assessment of Ukraine’s relations with Russia (July-September 2018) for the quarterly magazine ТRUMAN Index.
An article by Leo Litra, Senior Analyst of the NEC, on assessment of Ukraine-EU relations (July-September 2018) for the quarterly magazine ТRUMAN Index.
An article by Alyona Getmanchuk, Director of the NEC, on assessment of Ukraine-US relations (July-September 2018) for the quarterly magazine ТRUMAN Index.
Although 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.
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.
The New Europe Center asked diplomats, military officers, lawyers, and scholars to assess the degree of risks and threats to Ukraine both in the event of denunciation of the Agreement on the Azov Sea, and in the case of its survival
What are the windows of opportunities for Ukraine in today’s project, and what should be the general approach of Ukraine to the Three Seas Initiative?
This latest quarter confirmed the pointless nature of the expectations that emerged half a year ago: the process of prisoner exchanges ground to a halt once more and the peacekeeping mission keeps being discussed but Russia has shown no willingness to compromise
Ukraine-EU relations remained very intense during the monitored period. Unlike the previous quarter, however, this time cooperation has been very focused and many times even technical, with less politics and public statements, and more concentration on practical processes.