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February 16, 2022

Call it “Sado-Putinism”

When you think about Ukraine and Russia, try to think beyond geopolitics. Think about psychology. About attitudes towards pleasure and suffering.
Opinions
February 11, 2022

What Ukrainians Think of NATO and the EU

Since 2014, Ukraine has been consistently pursuing EU and NATO membership – and public support for joining both organizations has reached unprecedented highs
Opinions
August 30, 2021

Ukraine is not Afghanistan. It is not waiting for the day when it reaches the limits of Western support

Ukraine is not a cause for which the country’s top Western partners are willing to pay a high cost. Learn more in our article.
Opinions
August 22, 2021

Ukraine Opens the Crimean Platform: What To Expect From It

Ukraine will host a long-awaited inaugural Crimean Platform summit that will gather representatives of more than 45 states. We take a closer look at what Kyiv expects.
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August 2, 2021

What’s Happening in Eastern Europe? Online Event.

We have selected the key quotes of our speakers during the online discussion "What’s Happening in Eastern Europe?".
Opinions
June 25, 2021

Beyond the EU and NATO: Where Else in the World Should Ukraine Be Looking?

“Ukraine is Europe. And more” – read the title of an April 2020 article by Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba. Now, what exactly should “more” mean?
Opinions
June 16, 2021

Ukraine’s Place in the Biden-Putin Talks

Joe Biden is set to meet with Vladimir Putin. What will they discuss, and what can Kyiv expect from the upcoming US-Russia summit in Geneva?
Opinions
June 11, 2021

Why Kremlin Propaganda Lies about “Glory to Ukraine - Glory to Heroes” Slogan

Why Kremlin propaganda lies about “Glory to Ukraine - Glory to heroes” slogan? We explain in our new material.
Opinions
June 9, 2021

Why Ukraine Can Impress at UEFA EURO 2020

This June, Ukraine will take part in the UEFA EURO 2020. Here is why Ukrainian team is poised to impress there.
Opinions
May 24, 2021

Ukraine Blasts Lukashenka For Hijacking Plane and Arresting Journalist

While Minsk officials remain rather tight-lipped about the arrest of Raman Pratasevich, Ukraine has joined the international outcry and demand for action.