There are worrying signs that
the big players in the European Union may be ready to give up on Ukraine. April
2019 marked the fifth anniversary of the conflict in the Donbas, and while
deliberations were recently held
to try and resolve this crisis, France and Germany have signaled their fatigue
with the conflict and a desire to return to a normal relationship with Moscow.
Throughout the course of the
conflict, Ukraine has made real strides toward EU integration. The Eastern
European state rebuilt its military capabilities, acquired visa-free travel, established
the High Anti-Corruption Court, and introduced crucial decentralization reforms.
But critics have argued that Ukraine’s
anti-corruption reforms have …read more
Source:: Atlantic Council