Introduction of the martial law in Ukraine may consolidate the population around a common threat or alienate the population from the central government even further.
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.
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.
We felt it was important was to persuade Ukrainians living in different cities that, even if the European choice was not ideal, alternatives to it were far worse
Presentation of the opinion poll results on Ukrainians’ attitudes towards European integration
Ukrainians will consider European integration to be successful if they see improved services in local hospitals, renewed roads in their settlements, while EU membership is not fundamental for most respondents
Kharkiv dimension of European integration
The Eastern Partnership needs a profound reform. What changes should be made?