• Jun 17
    ARTICLE | VISA LIBERALIZATION – FROM ACTION PLAN TO REALITY

    A long before the voting process in the European Parliament and the actual granting Ukraine of visa-free travel with the EU countries few people followed the process of visa liberalization, which began in October 2008 as part of the EU Eastern Partnership program.

  • Jun 12
    ARTICLE | Visa-free regime with the EU – Ukrainian small victory in the difficult war

    The article was originally published at Hold the Trend By UDI Content Manager Alina Nychyk From 11th June 2017 Ukrainians are finally able to travel to the European Union without visas. One step in Ukraine’s European way of development, so much expected and fought for, but what does visa-free regime really mean for the country?… Read more »

  • Jun 10
    ARTICLE | AFTER VISITING EUROVISION, MOST EU CITIZENS WANT TO SEE UKRAINE PART OF EU

    The article was originally published at Euromaidan Press. A poll conducted by the Institute of World Policy during the duration of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv reveals that the majority of EU citizens who visited Ukraine for the contest now want to see Ukraine as a part of the European family even more…. Read more »

  • Jun 4
    ARTICLE | WHY UKRAINE NEEDS SOMEONE NEW (LIKE MACRON) TO LEAD THE NATION FROM 2019 ONWARDS

    The article is written by UDI Associate Sunil Sharma. A week back Mr. Petro Poroshenko marked his third year in office as President of Ukraine. To highlight accomplishments of his third year Poroshenko addressed a press conference on 14th of May, 2017. Journalists and media persons raised questions related to Ukraine’s security, defense, Russian invasion,… Read more »

  • Jun 3
    ARTICLE | RUSSIA’S THORNY RELATIONS WITH DEMOCRACY

    Russia has never been a democracy, but for a fleeting generation, its governing system was in a democratising flux. The world held its breath while it searched for signs of a democratic pulse in post-Soviet Russia and exhaled resignedly when the Russian regime repeatedly and successfully repressed attempts at democratisation.