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  • 11.03.2014

    Roman Rukomeda

    A new Munich infamy is building around Ukraine

    The EU, which until recently preferred to influence the Ukrainian crisis with expressions of “deep concern” contributed to the escalation of tensions in Europe, writes Roman Rukomeda.

  • 11.03.2014

    Roman Rukomeda

    A new Munich infamy is building around Ukraine

    The EU, which until recently preferred to influence the Ukrainian crisis with expressions of “deep concern” contributed to the escalation of tensions in Europe, writes Roman Rukomeda.

  • 28.02.2014

    Bohdan Sumenko

    The birth of new Ukraine

    Ukraine now greatly needs help and support of the European Union: a speedy signature of the Association Agreement, short-term economic assistance and a longer-term commitment based on real reform, writes Bohdan Sumenko.

  • 13.09.2013

    Roman Rukomeda

    Russia’s response to Ukraine’s European choice: what is next?

    Great hope remains that after the Vilnius Summit in November, Brussels will keep its word and will not leave Ukraine one on one with Russia, whose president, Vladimir Putin, will aspire for geopolitical revenge and a return of Kyiv to the Eurasian area at any price, writes Roman Rukomeda.

  • 11.09.2013

    Roman Rukomeda

    Ukraine suspects Russian sabotage of EU push

    Ukraine has strongly rebutted allegations that one of its little-known ports had been used for massive arms shipments to Syria.

  • 10.01.2013

    Roman Rukomeda

    Ukrainian impact on EU-Russia relations is getting stronger

    Hopefully the process of European gas export to Ukraine this year will increase to the announced level because this will be a concrete, serious step to reduce Ukraine's Russian gas dependency, writes Roman Rukomeda.

  • 08.06.2012

    Roman Rukomeda

    A more assertive Russia: consequences for Ukraine

    The geography of the first official visits of Russian President Vladimir Putin illustrates the priority status of his project for a Eurasian Union, argues Roman Rukomeda.

  • 08.02.2012

    Roman Rukomeda

    Multilevel Europe: A win-win for EU and Ukraine

    A multilevel Europe is both a chance for the EU to survive and return to economic prosperity, while for Ukraine it opens new chances to get closer to the Union and envisage a shared future, writes Roman Rukomeda from Ukrainian foundation 'People First'.

  • 21.12.2011

    Roman Rukomeda

    Portrait of the Ukrainian

    Ukrainian society is in a state of transition from authoritarianism to a democracy of the European type.