Tag: Ukraine

#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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#Ukraine presidential candidate Oleksandr Vilkul presents #Donbass peace plan

#Ukraine presidential candidate Oleksandr Vilkul presents #Donbass peace plan

| March 18, 2019

“I presented my Peace Plan in the European Parliament, here in Brussels. It is clear, and it consists of concrete steps. It is completely in accordance with the framework of both the Minsk and Normandy formats. It has great popularity and support in Ukraine. I run for the presidential office in order to achieve peace […]

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Putin, Crimea and Psychology. Five Years with #Russia

Putin, Crimea and Psychology. Five Years with #Russia

| March 13, 2019

18 March will mark the fifth anniversary of Putin’s annexation of Crimea. Everyone remembers military personnel in green uniform without insignia and the tactic of hybrid warfare. However, the time has come to review this important international political event in terms of the life of people on the peninsula and evaluate the fairness of our […]

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#Ukraine – What price for future liberty?

#Ukraine – What price for future liberty?

| March 13, 2019

On 12 March, within the the walls of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, a campaign of activists from Ukraine took place. The purpose of the action was to draw attention of European deputies to the problem of vote-buying before the presidential election in Ukraine, which is due to take place at the end of March 2019. […]

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#Ukraine’s presidential election: Key candidates and key questions

#Ukraine’s presidential election: Key candidates and key questions

| March 11, 2019

Anna Korbut breaks down the leading contenders for Ukraine’s presidency and the questions voters need to be asking. Anna Korbut  Academy Robert Bosch Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House @Ann_Korbut Ukraine’s post-Maidan political arrangement has delivered on some transformations but proved disappointing on others. Regardless of who wins the presidential polls, which begin on […]

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#US Sanctions failing to target #Kremlin stooges in East #Ukraine

#US Sanctions failing to target #Kremlin stooges in East #Ukraine

| March 7, 2019

US sanctions on east Ukraine are not working. Controls on those involved with the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) are failing to stop Russian businessmen working under the Kremlin’s protection from enriching themselves and furthering Russia’s ambitions abroad. The Donbass has always been the heart of hard industry in the […]

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Ukraine at a crossroads

Ukraine at a crossroads

| March 6, 2019

Ukrainian presidential hopefuls gathered today in Brussels to debate the country’s future.  Candidate Vitaliy Skotsyk writes for EU Reporter about the opportunities and challenges the country faces. In a month, Ukraine holds its most important presidential election for decades. Our nation is at a crossroads. The five-year-old conflict with Russia is causing intolerable suffering and […]

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