US-based Friends of Ukraine Network joins chorus of international supporters urging Kyiv to maintain Maidan momentum and keep reform process on track despite looming election cycle and opposition from entrenched old guard
Majority of businesses operating in Ukraine believe it is possible to succeed without engaging in corrupt practices but the issue of corruption remains almost ubiquitous amid calls for an Anti-Corruption Court
The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine looks forward to the next quarter of a century with a sense of guarded optimism amid signs of growth and awareness of the need to drive forward with ongoing reform process
Ukraine’s post-Euromaidan reforms are slowly gaining ground but a major credibility gap remains between exposure of abuses and accountability for corruption. Meanwhile, members of the old guard are mounting an increasingly bold and vigorous...
Ukraine fatigue was a concern in Washington DC long before Donald Trump's election and President Poroshenko's underwhelming war on corruption is partly responsible for the loss of Ukrainian credibility among the country's American partners
Dnipro Deputy Mayor Jaanika Merilo has been at the forefront of the Ukrainian push for digital government for the past few years and remains convinced that fundamental change is possible with the right balance of patience and perseverance,...
Ukrainians remain deeply cynical about the post-Maidan reform process but local success stories offer an opportunity to produce practical results and challenge an institutionalized culture of corruption
Civil society and government reformers combine to meet Maidan mandate: innovative ProZorro open source system wins international acclaim for bringing transparency to the notoriously corrupt Ukrainian public procurement sector