New legislation rebrands the conflict in eastern Ukraine unambiguously as a confrontation with the Kremlin and marks a deliberate shift away from earlier euphemistic talk of an Anti-Terrorist Operation
Berlin Wall moment for Ukrainians as visa liberalization confirms country’s geopolitical pivot away from Russia towards the European Union and paves way for strengthening of informal ties between Ukraine and EU member states
US President Donald Trump’s Secretary of State Rex Tillerson needs to appreciate that America's long-term international interests would be best served by the continued development of a sovereign, successful and genuinely democratic Ukraine
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’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...
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
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