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№23 (31), 1 March 2017 

The future of occupied territories in the Donbas: possible scenarios. Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, Razumkov Centre 

The strudy reveals how Ukrainians perceive international aid to Ukraine in its fight against Russian aggression, how they asses the results of the Minsk agreements, what they think the state policy shall be to resolve the conflict in the Donbas and what their attitude towards residents of temporarily occupied territories is.
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Mission Impossible: social promises in the Government’s report. Institute for Social and Economic Reasearch

Which social promises did the Ukrainian Government fulfill in 2016 and which it didn't? The article addresses, in particular, such issues as social services, state assistance, the fight against the deficit of the Pension Fund of Ukraine and  the Government plan for 2016
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Who’s Up and Who’s Down in Eastern Ukraine. Internews-Ukraine

Based on regular monitoring of open sources, experts of the “UkraineWorld” group analyzed key trends in the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic and Luhansk People’s Republic, self-proclaimed entities in the eastern Ukraine.
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Междуморье и будущая безопасность Украины | Андреас Умланд

"The Intermarium and Ukraine's Future Security" Lecture by Andreas Umland, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation (in Russian)

Upcoming events in Ukraine:
 
03.03.2017. Kyiv: Conference by the International Centre for Policy Studies in partnership with the Institute for Economic and Social Reforms (Slovak Republic) “Transparent, financially healthy and competitive local governments in Ukraine”
 
Judy Asks: Can the Minsk Agreement Succeed? Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

A group of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
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Assessing European Neighbourhood Policy. Perspectives from the Literature. Centre for European Policy Studies

By focusing on the recent literature, this review deliberately identifies the factors that explain the (lack of) effectiveness and coherence of the European Neighbourhood Policy. This exercise has resulted in a rich overview of and informed reflection on a wide variety of ENP-related themes.
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Upcoming events in the EU:
 
03.03.2017. London: Discussion by the Chatham House "Strengthening Ukraine’s Resilience: What Role for National and International Actors?"

14.03.2017. London: Discussion by the Chatham House "Vested Interests in Ukraine and Moldova"
The Brussels UkraineLab 2017: Fair of Project Ideas in Support of Reforms in Ukraine

On the 22nd of February, UkraineLab 2017 conference brought together leading Ukrainian and European thinks tanks, diplomats, scientists and representatives from media and business to talk about Ukraine and its reforms. It was a great success and marked a step forward in international cooperation for the sake of Ukraine’s democratic transformation and its European future. 
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