Institution: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Author: Balázs Jarábik, Mikhail Minakov
While President Petro Poroshenko has capably steered Ukraine out of a debilitating political crisis and consolidated the post-Maidan political system as a de facto presidential republic, the window for radical reforms appears to be closing. Key Western partners are increasingly distracted by other challenges and frustrated by Kyiv’s reluctance to crack down on high-level corruption and banish old ways of doing business.
As the Ukraine crisis loses salience with Western policymakers, the challenge will be maintaining pressure on leaders in Kyiv to deliver meaningful reforms that benefit people’s lives while also convincing the Kremlin to engage seriously in the search for a diplomatic solution amid a continued impasse over implementation of the Minsk accords.
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This report outlines how a strategic pattern has emerged whereby Russia, as a perpetrator of and party to a conflict, dictates the conditions of the cease-fire and then actively pursues the violation of that agreement for its own political, military, and
Jul 24, 2016 / Nikolas Gvosdev, Noel Konagai
Noel Konagai asks Nikolas Gvosdev, Professor of National Security Studies, U.S. Naval War College, about the future of Ukraine
Jul 24, 2016 / Judy Dempsey
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
Mar 09, 2016 / Emmet Touhy
Emmet Touhy, senior research fellow at the Estonian Center for Eastern Partnership, discuss the situation in Ukraine, positive changes in the country and reflects people's hope for future
Mar 09, 2016 / ADRIAN KARATNYCKY
Should Ukraine hold new elections? Adrian Karatnycky, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center and co-director of its Ukraine in Europe Initiative, discusses in his blog post
Mar 09, 2016 / Sergey Aleksashenko
New post by Sergey Aleksashenko on the state of reform process in Ukraine
Mar 09, 2016 / Susan Stewart
Ukraine’s Euromaidan protest movement, which brought about the fall of President Yanukovych in 2014, has led to a comprehensive process of reforms. However, this process is being hampered and delayed by a large number of internal and external hurdles.
Feb 08, 2016 / NATO StratCom Centre of Excellence
The new publication is examing the non-military aspects of the crises in Ukraine from a strategic communication perspective
Feb 02, 2016 / Marek Menkiszak
The clear de-escalation in the Russian- Ukrainian war observable since late summer 2015 suggests that Russia may have decided, at least for the time being, to turn from mostly military to mostly economic and political instruments.
Dec 29, 2015 / MAKSYMILIAN CZUPERSKI, JOHN HERBST, ELIOT HIGGINS, ALINA POLYAKOVA, AND DAMON WILSON
Drawing upon open source information, "Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin's War in Ukraine" provides irrefutable evidence of direct Russian military involvement in eastern Ukraine.
Dec 29, 2015 / Ukraine Reform Monitor Team
The Ukraine Reform Monitor by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace provides an independent, rigorous assessment of the extent and quality of reforms in Ukraine.
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