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Section: European Council on Foreign Relations (UK)

    The Armenian model for Belarus
    Aug19

    The Armenian model for Belarus

    While many Western observers have seized on Ukraine’s 2004-5 and 2014 revolutions to understand the mass protests in Belarus, a much better analogy is Armenia’s democratic transition in 2018. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Ukraine and the oligarchs: Endless delays to reform
    May13

    Ukraine and the oligarchs: Endless delays to reform

    The coronavirus has hit Ukraine hard, but the IMF has promised the country less funding than seemed likely only months ago. Self-interested oligarchs are delaying necessary new reforms and pushing back against those Ukraine has already made. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    The coronavirus crisis: An opportunity to mend Polish-Ukrainian relations
    Apr17

    The coronavirus crisis: An opportunity to mend Polish-Ukrainian relations

    The Polish government would do well to recognise the value of Ukrainian workers, while the Ukrainian government should acknowledge that the Polish state cares for Ukrainians during these trying times. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Grey zone politics: Why Ukraine needs creative international cooperation
    Apr16

    Grey zone politics: Why Ukraine needs creative international cooperation

    With the EU, NATO, and their member states preoccupied with domestic challenges, Ukraine and its international partners need new ways to support the country’s security, resilience, and growth. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    A turn to the past: Ukraine’s troubling government reshuffle
    Mar12

    A turn to the past: Ukraine’s troubling government reshuffle

    Last week’s government reshuffle and the dismissal of a highly regarded prosecutor general raise serious concerns about Ukraine’s pro-Western course. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Russia’s Ukraine policy: Change to stay the same
    Feb03

    Russia’s Ukraine policy: Change to stay the same

    The Kremlin is losing long-time Ukraine policy chief, Vladislav Surkov. But his successor has more in common with “Putin’s Rasputin” than first meets the eye. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Trump’s Ukrainegate could help Ukraine
    Sep30

    Trump’s Ukrainegate could help Ukraine

    The US president’s impeachment process ensures Ukraine stays on the radar of Americans – and this may work to Ukraine’s advantage …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Ukraine prisoner swap: A sign of hope or desperation?
    Sep26

    Ukraine prisoner swap: A sign of hope or desperation?

    The West is drawing the wrong lessons from Ukraine’s exchange of prisoners with Russia. It now risks rushing Kyiv into an unstable ‘resolution’ to the conflict in Donbas …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Emmanuel Macron’s very big idea on Russia
    Sep25

    Emmanuel Macron’s very big idea on Russia

    Negotiations with Russia over a new European security order would have huge – to many, alarming – implications for Ukraine, the EU, and the NATO alliance …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

    Borrell in the Western Balkans
    Sep05

    Borrell in the Western Balkans

    Borrell will need to add depth to his dialogue team to ensure a comprehensive deal between Kosovo and Serbia …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...