CommentaryPetro Burkovskyi, Oleksiy Haran
CommentaryCarl Bildt, Nicu Popescu
Dire strait: Russian naval aggression and Ukrainian politics (Commentary)
Petro Burkovskyi, Oleksiy Haran - 05 December 2018
Kyiv has imposed martial law as a legal framework within which to mobilise national defence, in case Russia engages in coercion designed to establish a new status quo in the Sea of Azov
Ukraine’s new front is Europe’s big challenge (Commentary)
Carl Bildt, Nicu Popescu - 28 November 2018
There’s plenty Europe should do to push back against Russia’s latest attack on Ukraine
Russia, Ukraine, and the battle for religion (Commentary)
Andrew Wilson - 11 October 2018
The Ukrainian church pushes for independence from Moscow. The split will undermine Putin’s vision of a ‘Russian world’ and accelerate Ukraine’s cultural separation from Russia
Strait to war? Russia and Ukraine clash in the Sea of Azov (Commentary)
Andrew Wilson - 02 October 2018
New Russian naval activities around Crimea could presage a new, maritime front in the war in eastern Ukraine
No silver ballot: The problems with a Donbas referendum (Commentary)
Carl Bildt - 01 August 2018
The war in Donbas is Europe's worst active conflict - a referendum would not help
UN peacekeeping in Donbas? The stakes of the Russia-Ukraine conflict (Commentary)
Andreas Umland - 08 June 2018
A transitional UN peacekeeping mission in, and international civilian administration of, Donbas would have two major benefits.
Ukrainian elections: Poroshenko and proliferating populists (Commentary)
Andrew Wilson - 23 May 2018
Four years after Euromaidan, the overall picture is bleak. Former Prime Minister Yuliya Tymoshenko has established a lead in the polls – but she has done so by profiting from social and economic problems rather than addressing past faults.
Lethal weapon: Has Trump mis-stepped on Ukraine? (Commentary)
Gustav Gressel - 17 May 2018
Sending anti-tank guided weapons to Ukraine is the right decision. But the Trump administration has gone about it the wrong way.
by Andrew Wilson - 27th October, 2017
Dramatic change may not be on the cards, but the EU can and should shift to a ‘status quo plus’ approach that builds on existing activity.
There is no room for complacency in Europe’s stance towards Russia and Ukraine.
by Gustav Gressel - 05th October, 2016
Reforms in key state institutions, such as the judiciary, have failed to deliver results.
by Various authors - 09th June, 2016
Europe shouldn’t be afraid of Russian and Chinese efforts to integrate the Eurasian landmass, but should absorb them into its international order