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Over the last years, Ukraine has intensified its trade links with the EU driven by both the positive stimulus provided by the Association Agreement and a negative stimulus, namely the need to replace lost trade links with Russia. Between 2013 and 2018, the share of EU in Ukraine’s international trade in goods increased to 42%… » read more

  Posted by Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels

_ Jurij Kofner, head, Eurasian sector, Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies, Higher School of Economics; research assistant, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, IIASA (Vienna)[1]. First published for the Institute for Security Policy (ISP). Vienna, 5 August 2019.

  Posted by Lisbon 2 Vladivostok

  Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). Europe’s gas risks If we look at the message spread by the Russian media, then Europe’s powerful gas dependence is obvious. It is easier to list independent countries than vice versa. Only Norway, Sweden, Spain, Portugal and… » read more

  Posted by Institute for Postinformation Society

Having hardly enough time to come round from the presidential campaign, Ukrainian voters will march to the polling stations again as soon as this Sunday, but this time – to elect a new Parliament. Which parties advocate moving toward the EU and are willing to implement corresponding reforms, and which will presumably sabotage this movement?… » read more

  Posted by Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels

  Article Review: “Realism” by Jack Donnelly in Burchill et. al., eds. , Theories of International Relations New York: Palgrave, 2005), pp: 29-54 In my blog piece, I will try to analyze J. Donnelly’s article. In this article, the author is trying to find the answer of the question of “what are realism’s characteristic forms,… » read more

  Posted by BBurak

A recent European Council vote on cutting carbon emissions showed that Czech Republic is not so eager to move towards further European integration. And that perhaps Visegrad Four is soon going to be Visegrad Three. An idea that different parts of the European Union (should) integrate at a different pace, also known as differentiated integration,… » read more

  Posted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

On May 14, for the first time in the history of independent Ukraine, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine dismissed from office Stanislav Shevchuk, a judge of the CCU who at that time was the Chairman of the Constitutional Court. The judge was dismissed for the commitment of material disciplinary offence, gross and systematic neglect of… » read more

  Posted by Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels

On February 26, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine adopted a decision, according to which the article of the Criminal Code of Ukraine that established liability for illegal enrichment for public servants, was recognized unconstitutional. There were quite a lot of discussions around this article, and, despite the decision of the CCU, many experts believe that… » read more

  Posted by Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels

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