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#Ukraine – Is Kyiv a European capital?

#Ukraine – Is Kyiv a European capital?

| March 20, 2019

The Leipzig Charter on sustainable European cities outlines the main strategic concepts of urban development not only in Europe but also in those cities that have chosen for themselves the European vector of development, including Ukrainian cities – writes Kateryna Odarchenko  As part of the implementation of the German Society for International Cooperation project, (GIZ) Ukrainian […]

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Mob rule in the capital of #Ukraine

Mob rule in the capital of #Ukraine

| November 27, 2018

During my trip to the capital of Ukraine – Kyiv, I was horrified to see the transport collapse on the streets of the largest country in Europe. The frightful traffic jams connected with the snowstorms in the middle of November are not the first case of a complete failure of this megapolise infrastructure to meet […]

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Opinion: Three priorities to restart Ukraine after presidential elections

Opinion: Three priorities to restart Ukraine after presidential elections

By Orysia Lutsevych (pictured), Research Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House The presidential elections in Ukraine have the potential to give the country a fresh start, but for this to happen, the new president will have to show determination to deliver on three key policy priorities to strengthen security, democracy and investment. Since the […]

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Opinion: Ukraine crisis highlights a critical gap in European security

Opinion: Ukraine crisis highlights a critical gap in European security

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

By The Rt Hon Sir Roderic Lyne (pictured), Deputy Chairman, Chatham House; Adviser, Russia and Eurasia ProgrammeI was once taken to task by Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister, for describing the countries lying between Russia and the EU – Ukraine and the other post-Soviet states to the north and south – as an ‘arc of […]

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