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      A lifeline for Ukraine from the IMF
      Dec17

      A lifeline for Ukraine from the IMF

      The IMF’s decision from 8 December is of great importance for Ukraine, which is in a very difficult financial situation. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      The bumpy road. Difficult reform process in Ukraine
      Dec08

      The bumpy road. Difficult reform process in Ukraine

      Over the past few months Kyiv has initiated a few major changes, but the delays in the reform process are growing. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      Crimea is left without power
      Nov26

      Crimea is left without power

      Electricity supplies from mainland Ukraine to Crimea were completely severed overnight on 21 and 22 November. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      The local government elections in Ukraine
      Nov05

      The local government elections in Ukraine

      The local government elections results have significantly changed the political map of Ukraine. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      The migration of Ukrainians in times of crisis
      Oct23

      The migration of Ukrainians in times of crisis

      The year 2015 brought a rapid surge in the number of Ukrainians migrating to the EU, again mainly to Poland. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      Zakarpattia – together, but separated
      Oct07

      Zakarpattia – together, but separated

      Conflict with Russia has diverted the Kyiv’s attention away from the deterioration of the situation in regions which are not threatened by direct aggression. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      The blockade of Crimea
      Oct02

      The blockade of Crimea

      On 20 September, at the initiative of the Crimean Tatars’ self-government organisation, a blockade of checkpoints allowing passage to Crimea began. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      Reform #1. Why Ukraine has to reform its gas sector
      Sep04

      Reform #1. Why Ukraine has to reform its gas sector

      In April 2015, the Ukrainian parliament passed a long-awaited law on the gas sector which paves the way for the extremely difficult process of reforming and de-monopolising the Ukrainian gas sector. The law will come into force on 1 October 2015 and involves the break-up of the state-owned company Naftogaz, the current monopolist, and the gradual...

      Ukraine’s agreement with private creditors
      Sep04

      Ukraine’s agreement with private creditors

      The agreement comes as a success for Ukraine since it removes the threat of the country defaulting in the forthcoming months. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

      Ukraine is divided over constitutional reform
      Sep04

      Ukraine is divided over constitutional reform

      The proposed amendments to the constitution provide for a fundamental reform of the political system. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

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