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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Current requirements and recommendations  on constitutional reform in Ukraine  of the Parliamentary Assembly  and Venice Commission
    Oct19

    Current requirements and recommendations on constitutional reform in Ukraine of the Parliamentary Assembly and Venice Commission

    Within the project “The speedometer “Ukraine – EU”: Constitutional and Judicial Reform”, financed by European Union …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

    Current requirements and recommendations on judicial reform and prosecutorial reform in Ukraine of the Council of Europe bodies
    Oct19

    Current requirements and recommendations on judicial reform and prosecutorial reform in Ukraine of the Council of Europe bodies

    Under the “Speedometer” Ukraine – EU “: Constitutional and Judicial Reform”, funded by the European Union …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

    The Upside of Lower Oil Prices
    Oct19

    The Upside of Lower Oil Prices

    Movement toward sharply lower oil prices should be a prominent component of any strategy directed at disabling many of the world’s most disruptive threats: Iran’s nuclear development, ISIS, Hamas attacks on Israel, and Russia’s threat to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Legal opinion the Law of Ukraine on the restoration of trust in the judiciary in Ukraine
    Oct19

    Legal opinion the Law of Ukraine on the restoration of trust in the judiciary in Ukraine

    Legal opinion the Law of Ukraine on the restoration of trust in the judiciary in Ukraine: european standards and implementation challenges …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

    Judicial Reform in Ukraine: Challenges and Recommendations
    Oct19

    Judicial Reform in Ukraine: Challenges and Recommendations

    The independent, honest, and fair judiciary is the foundation for developing a democratic political system and a competitive market economy. It is obvious that such judiciary is lacking in Ukraine. As of the end of 2013, only 19% of citizens trusted the judiciary, while 71.3% did not. Therefore, the judicial reform must be a key priority for the...

    An expert discussion”A New Ukraine in the Eyes of Ukrainian Experts”
    Oct19

    An expert discussion”A New Ukraine in the Eyes of Ukrainian Experts”

    Leading Ukrainian think tanks got together in Brussels to provide cutting edge analysis of developments in Ukraine on 5 March, 2014. The seminar was also an opportunity to present the newly established Liaison Office for Ukrainian think tanks in Brussels. Centre for Political and Legal Reforms is a member of the Liaison Office. …read more...

    Ukraine News Roundup | October 17
    Oct17

    Ukraine News Roundup | October 17

    Russia and Ukraine reach tentative gas deal in tough Milan talks via ReutersUkraine’s Failure to Address Corruption is Radicalizing its People via Associated PressHere’s Why Maidan’s Reformers Are Quitting Their Government Posts via Kyiv PostPoroshenko Government Fires Senior Officials for Corruption as Voters Fume via Christian...

    More Questions on the Yunus Nomination for the Sakharov Prize Arise
    Oct15

    More Questions on the Yunus Nomination for the Sakharov Prize Arise

    Professor Mahmoud Al ‘Asali, an Iraqi law professor and devout Muslim in a portion of Iraq controlled by ISIS, openly stood up to the murderous thugs who had taken over that part of his country. Their threats of murder and second-class citizenship against the ancient Christian population, he stated, were unacceptable and wrong. He challenged...

    War and Reforms in Ukraine: An Impossible Duo? – panel discussion
    Oct15

    War and Reforms in Ukraine: An Impossible Duo? – panel discussion

    VoxUkraine and Ukrainian Institute in London present a panel discussion “War and Reforms in Ukraine: An Impossible Duo?” Thursday, 16 October 2014, 7.00PM at the Ukrainian Institute in London, 79 Holland Park, London W11 3SW The discussion will cover the latest political and economic developments in Ukraine with a focus on reform agenda and the...

    Parliamentary election will be a landmark for Ukraine
    Oct14

    Parliamentary election will be a landmark for Ukraine

    During the cold winter, when thousands of Ukrainians flocked to the now famous Maidan Square in central Kyiv, they did so with three very clear demands. The first, was the removal of former president Yanukovych, which was achieved in February. The second, a new presidential election, was achieved in May. But for the third, new parliamentary...

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