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.
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.
The Three Seas Initiative can become an intermediate link for Ukraine’s integration into the European Union and NATO, but Kyiv should make more active diplomatic efforts within the framework of this project.
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?
“Despite all possible positive intentions, oligarchic interests do not always coincide with Ukrainian state interests. Also, I oppose the model worn Western opinion leaders and former high level politicians are promoting…
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.
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.
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)