If I was to summarize the key change which happened to Ukraine over these five years, triggered by both inside and outside developments, it would be self-reliance – the increased maturity and awareness that support is not granted, much as there is no “irreversible” change.
Article by Markian Kuzmowycz, visiting fellow at the NEC, about prospects of the pro-Russian politicians in Ukrainian 2019 election.
Does the Council of Europe still serve any useful purpose? The 60-year-old institution, which oversees the European Court of Human Rights, includes European countries, together with Russia and Turkey, among its members.
Ukraine’s European choice has transformed the geopolitical landscape of the entire region and plunged the world into a new Cold War but a new survey suggests the debate is still far from over inside Ukraine itself.
The New Europe Center takes part in an advocacy campaign against Russia’s non-return to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. The Kremlin is trying to return to the PACE, by failing to comply with any Assembly resolutions on aggression against Ukraine. We share key facts about this situation in a question-answer format.
From startup nation to diaspora mobilization: Israeli image-making experience offers important insights for Ukraine as the country looks to reinvent itself on the international stage
Any deal with Putin about Ukraine that does nothing but undermine the country’s statehood will not be a good or fair deal, Mr. Trump
This article is an updated version of the material that published on Ukraine verstehen website I was starting to read the report “Ukraine through the Eyes of Germany”, prepared by German Society…
This article is based on analysis provided by New Europe Center of the nationwide “Ukraine’s Youth 2017” poll conducted by the New Europe Center and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in cooperation with GfK Ukraine
The role of volunteers in sustaining the Ukrainian armed forces against the backdrop of Russian aggression cannot be overestimated