On October 17-19, 2018, the New Europe Center with the support of the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation of the GMF organized a Study Visit to Ukraine for a group of thought leaders from U.S. and the European Union.
We are inviting you for a presentation of the opinion poll results on European Union and United States of America actions for support of Ukraine, organized by the New Europe…
A peacekeeping mission should have access to the entire occupied area of the Donbas, including the uncontrolled section of the Ukrainian-Russian border. However, without compromises from Russia launching a full-fledged peacekeeping mission in the East of Ukraine will be unrealistic.
From July to September 2018, Ukraine has improved its relations with the EU and the USA most remarkably. Less significant was progress in Ukraine-NATO and Ukraine-China interactions. Meanwhile, relations with Russia have worsened.
Is there an alternative to European integration for Ukraine? How can Ukraine contribute to the development of the New Europe? These issues were discussed during the public debate and presentation of the collection of essays “New Europe” at the Institute of International Relations of the Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University on October 10, 2018.
What should be Ukraine’s contribution to the debate about the future of Europe? What should Ukraine do to become “one of their own” for the European Union? These were the topics discussed during the presentation of the collection of essays “New Europe” in Kyiv on October 5, which coincided with the anniversary of the New Europe Center.
Kyiv should comprehensively explore the issue of denunciation of the Agreement between the Russian Federation and the Ukraine on cooperation in the use of the sea of Azov and the strait of Kerch since 2003, but on the whole this agreement does not correspond to Ukrainian interests
OPEN LETTER. We, the undersigned, are strongly concerned about the possible demise of the Council of Europe, which can take place very soon.
Residents of Kherson consider the pledge of successful European integration of Ukraine’s achievement of EU standards in the economic, social and legal spheres.
Odesa residents mainly support the course of Ukraine to join the European Union, but many people in Odesa do not have enough information about what the EU really is.