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.
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.
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
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
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.
Among the residents of Kharkiv the support of the course of Ukraine towards rapprochement with the European Union is gradually increasing, however a significant part of the residents Kharkiv holds “silence” without publicly expressing its foreign policy preferences.
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
An interview with Kateryna Zarembo, Deputy Director of the New Europe Center, for EURACTIV.pl on the policy of the Visegrad Group toward the European Union, Ukraine and Russia (available only in Polish)
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
Key theses of speakers of the Workshop №1 “National security and human rights: how to find a balance in ensuring public interests?” of the conference “Israel’s Experience of Nation-Building: Lessons for Ukraine”