Opinion

DECISIVE BATTLEFIELD: Why the Hybrid Cold War with Russia will be won and lost in Ukraine

Ukraine is the frontline nation in a struggle for political domination between Russia and the West that stretches across the Eurasian landmass

Saturday, 05 August 2017 12:32

OPINION: Ukraine’s progress depends on ending oligarch-dominated clan culture

Banker Sergii Gorbachevsky believes Ukraine must reduce oligarch influence if the country is to reach its economic potential

Tuesday, 01 August 2017 13:51

SEEING IS BELIEVING: Visitors come to Ukraine with low expectations but tend to leave overwhelmingly impressed

Efforts to improve Ukraine’s image should focus on bringing as many people as possible to the country to experience its ample and underrated charms for themselves

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 23:38

UKRAINE'S DUNKIRK MOMENT: Volunteer miracle of 2014 should play a far more prominent role in Ukraine's nation-building efforts

Everyman spirit that saved Ukraine from Putin’s partition plan contains a powerful unifying message that can serve the country for generations to come

Tuesday, 11 July 2017 14:50

HEALTHCARE REFORM: Good medical treatment must become a right not a privilege

The Ukrainian healthcare system is undergoing major reform but many obstacles remain before negative impact on national health can be reversed

Sunday, 09 July 2017 14:32

Putin accidentally united Ukraine

Russia sought to divide and conquer Ukraine in 2014 but Putin's hybrid war united the country as never before

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 01:04

Ukraine's Negativity Addiction

Ukraine’s dominant culture of cynicism blinds the country to positive perspectives and serves as a self-fulfilling prophesy of failure

Sunday, 11 June 2017 11:12

Putin’s WWII Addiction

The Kremlin obsession with phantom fascists reflects modern Russia’s failure to create a coherent post-Soviet identity

Friday, 26 May 2017 01:07

UKRAINIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: Boosting Ukraine’s connectivity is crucial for economic growth

American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine launches new Infrastructure Committee to help boost sector improvements

Monday, 15 May 2017 14:35

HOW PUTIN LOST UKRAINE: The Kremlin hubris that led Russia into self-defeating Ukraine hybrid war

Russia’s imperial ambitions came undone because Vladimir Putin fatally underestimated the strength of Ukrainian national spirit

Monday, 24 April 2017 02:29

REVIVING UKRAINE’S BANKING SECTOR: Further reforms crucial to attract much-needed FDI

Additional reforms across the Ukrainian banking sector can play a crucial role in consolidating the country’s strengthening economic recovery

Friday, 14 April 2017 00:44

NATIONAL IDENTITY DEBATE: Should Kyiv embrace country's multicultural heritage or strive for a more Ukrainian Ukraine?

For the past quarter of a century, Ukraine’s post-Soviet national identity crisis has been a constant point of political contention and source of social tension. What is the best route to future national cohesion, security, and prosperity?

Monday, 20 March 2017 23:51

WASTE MANAGEMENT: Education and innovation can make Ukraine green again

Ukrainian businesses and government must work together to create environmentally sound and sustainable waste management strategy

Monday, 13 March 2017 23:44

POST-SOVIET TURNING POINT: Is it time to reconsider the historic importance of Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution?

Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution caught the world’s imagination but failed to deliver politically. However, it is now increasingly clear the protests played a decisive role in changing the geopolitical dynamic of the entire post-Soviet...

Sunday, 12 March 2017 05:14

KYIV FATIGUE: Ukraine must convince the West it is still a reliable ally in the fight against Putin’s global hybrid war

Ukraine’s stuttering reform process and failure to live up to the ambitious promises of 2014 are undermining international support for the country at a critical time and becoming a major threat to national security

Sunday, 12 March 2017 03:48

EDITORIAL: Vladimir Putin is learning the hard way that Crimean crime does not pay

The spring 2014 invasion and annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula placed Russia on the wrong side of international law and set the country on a path towards escalating hybrid hostilities with the entire Western world

Wednesday, 08 March 2017 00:54

Putin has used Ukraine as a testing ground for his hybrid war against the Western world

Many of the Russian tactics currently being deployed to destabilize the EU were first honed in Ukraine but European leaders remain stubbornly slow to appreciate the scale of the danger they face

Thursday, 09 February 2017 21:10

NONSENSE OF NEUTRALITY: Why declaration of a neutral Ukraine would be unlikely to prevent Russian aggression

Many observers believe Ukraine should officially sacrifice the country’s Euro-Atlantic ambitions in order to ease Kremlin concerns, but a fresh commitment to geopolitical neutrality may only encourage further Russian imperialism

Saturday, 04 February 2017 01:46

OPINION: Poroshenko faces growing credibility gap as hybrid war drags on and Euromaidan justice remains elusive

Ukrainian leader continues to pay tribute to country’s fallen heroes but faces growing anger over lack of justice for Euromaidan killings and military shortcomings

Monday, 30 January 2017 03:13

1917 CENTENARY: Time to remind the world of Ukraine’s first war of independence

Ukrainians should use the attention generated by this year’s 1917 anniversary to raise international awareness of the country’s early twentieth century independence bid

Monday, 02 January 2017 21:36

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