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      Why Energy Reform in Ukraine Matters for European Regional Security
      Nov02

      Why Energy Reform in Ukraine Matters for European Regional Security

      Russia is developing new ways of delivering gas to EU. These new pipelines will decrease the importance of the Ukrainian route, resulting in a long list of losses for the country. Ukraine’s government wants to retain the country’s status as a gas transit country. However, Russia’s cooperation will be needed to continue to move...

      Ukrainian-Polish Relations in the Context of the Memory War: A Game of Lose-Lose
      Nov02

      Ukrainian-Polish Relations in the Context of the Memory War: A Game of Lose-Lose

      Relations between Ukraine and Poland today are cooling, disturbingly. The growing differences between the two neighbors do not add to the stability of the region. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Kennan Cable No. 27: Political Rivalry and Garbage Politics in Ukraine
      Oct25

      Kennan Cable No. 27: Political Rivalry and Garbage Politics in Ukraine

      For more than a year, Lviv, the biggest city in Western Ukraine (Population: 800,000), experienced a massive problem with garbage removal. In late May 2016, the city’s only landfill caught fire and four firefighters perished fighting the blaze. As terrible as the fire was, another unpleasant consequence soon arose: the city found itself...

      The Unfinished Business of the 1989 East European Revolutions
      Oct24

      The Unfinished Business of the 1989 East European Revolutions

      Recent developments in Ukraine can be viewed as a third attempt to complete the unfinished business of the 1989 East European revolutions. These revolutions succeeded in Central Europe and the Baltics, but brought mixed results in the Balkans and the former Soviet Republics. Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia remain the only post-Soviet states defying...

      Kennan Cable No.26: Women’s Organizations Peacebuilding across Conflicts in the Former Soviet Union
      Oct11

      Kennan Cable No.26: Women’s Organizations Peacebuilding across Conflicts in the Former Soviet Union

      The collapse of the Soviet Union spurred numerous conflicts at the edges of the former empire. Many of these ethnic conflicts, including Chechnya (Russian Federation), Transnistria (Moldova), Nagorno-Karabakh (Armenia-Azerbaijan), and Abkhazia (Georgia), have turned into frozen conflicts. However, the outbreak of the 2008 war in Georgia and the...

      Contemporary Ukrainian Literature Series: “Smuggling Ukraine Westward”
      Sep29

      Contemporary Ukrainian Literature Series: “Smuggling Ukraine Westward”

      Cosponsored by the Kennan Institute, Wilson Center and the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University Directions: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

      Kennan Cable No.25: A Wake-up Call for Ukraine’s Civil Society
      Aug26

      Kennan Cable No.25: A Wake-up Call for Ukraine’s Civil Society

      When U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson paid his first official visit to Ukraine on 9 July 2017, he met with a small group of Ukrainian civil society activists prior to his meeting with President Poroshenko. The sequence of Tillerson’s conversations in Kyiv was not coincidental. It sent a clear signal: the U.S. government values...

      A Conversation on Putin’s Terms
      Jul12

      A Conversation on Putin’s Terms

      President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump finally had a chance to meet in person. No grand bargain transpired but no one was disappointed because the expectations were set low enough. The meeting was behind closed doors but, according to later press briefings, the presidents discussed Syria, Ukraine, North Korea, and Russia’s...

      Ukraine’s Search for Energy Security
      Jun30

      Ukraine’s Search for Energy Security

      Since independence, Ukraine has faced the problem of developing an energy policy that secures both current and future resources. In an energy landscape dominated by its neighbors, Ukraine also has the difficult task of adjusting its own energy policy according to changes in relations with its international partners. Dr. Prokip will discuss the...

      Ukraine Quarterly Digest: #1 (January – March, 2017)
      Jun28

      Ukraine Quarterly Digest: #1 (January – March, 2017)

      FOREIGN AFFAIRS PULSE INTERNAL PULSE #PROGRESS DONBAS PULSE …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

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