Studies and policy briefs, written by the experts of the New Europe Center (including in co-authorship):
Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit (click here to visit the page of the initiative)
The objective of the initiative is to study the mutual interests of Ukraine and its strategically important partners in order to develop recommendations for a proactive foreign policy for Ukraine.
Security in Transition. How to Counter Aggression with Limited Resources (read here)
The study analyzes security options for Ukraine based on five models: cooperation with NATO, regional security pacts, armed neutrality, bilateral security instruments, and the asymmetrical model.
(Sergiy Solodkiy, Olena Betlii, Leonid Litra, Olga Lymar)
Communicating Europe in a New Regional Security Environment (read here)
The analysis of the communication strategies used in Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia in order to increase public awareness on the Association Agreement and DCFTA with the special focus on the experience and lessons of the Visegrad Group countries.
EU Membership Perspective for Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine: Impossible, Forgotten or Hidden? (read here)
(Leonid Litra, Ivane Chkhikvadze)
Conflict Settlement Practices around the World. Lessons for Ukraine (read here)
The study analyzes the international experience in settling conflicts, and develops concrete recommendations to facilitate the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
(Daria Gaidai, Kateryna Zarembo, Leonid Litra, Olga Lymar, Yaroslav Lytvynenko, Ivan Medynskyi)
Monitoring and Evaluation of Association Agreements with the EU (read here)
This paper aims to provide the successful tools that were used in Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia, and advise on how to improve certain aspects that would lead to a more efficient implementation of the Association Agreements, as well as to demonstrate possibilities for effective monitoring and evaluation with existing examples.
How Could the EU Accelerate Reforms in Ukraine? (read here)
(Sergiy Solodkyy, Vitaliy Sharlay)
Reform of the Peacekeeping Mission in Transnistria: a Premise for Conflict Settlement (read here)
The authors examined the role of the peacekeeping mission in Transnistria and its evolution over last 22 years. Experts also analyze several scenarios of reforming it in the context of events happening in Ukraine and their impact on Moldova.
(Alyona Getmanchuk, Leonid Litra)
Ukraine-Russia: Scenarios for the Development of Bilateral Relations (read here)
The paper is a result of joint efforts of Ukrainian and Russian experts to elaborate common vision about future of Ukrainian-Russian relations and define scenarios of the development of bilateral relations.
Ukraine-NATO: Diagnosing the Partnership (read here)
Ukraine-NATO: a Hidden Integration or Undeclared Neutrality?
NATO and Ukrainians: Does Public Opinion Matter?
A Call for the EU — Time to Step in. Ukraine’s Expectations from the European Union (read here)
(Alyona Getmanchuk, Sergiy Solodkyy)
How to Get Rid of Post-Sovietness? (read here)
How does post-sovietness become apparent in politics and everyday life? How to minimize its harmful effect for development of european nation? By the post-sovietness we mean the form of the socio-political mutation, when the old soviet values and models of behavior combine with the Western equivalents.
(Alyona Getmanchuk, Sergiy Solodkyy)
Ukraine’s Soft Power in the region: The Tool for Effective Foreign Policy (read here)
The study estimates the potential of Ukraine’s soft power in six states, EU Member States Poland and Romania, Ukraine’s partners in European integration Moldova and Georgia, and in the neighbours in the North, Belarus and Russia.
(Alyona Getmanchuk, Sergiy Solodkyy, Kateryna Zarembo)
EUAM’s First Year: Ambitions vs Reality (read here)
Mission Accomplishable? The audit of the EU efforts to reform the civil security sector of Ukraine (read here)
Approaches on the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict The attitudes of France, Italy and Spain (read here)
European Integration and the Regional State Administrations. How is the EU Promoted on the Regional Level? (read here)
The Fight against Corruption in Georgian. Is there a chance in Ukraine? (read here in Ukrainian)