The podcast was originally published at Sydney Democracy Network. Click HERE to listen John Keane on War and Democracy: the case of Ukraine
The article was originally published at Kennan Institute Focus Ukraine. By Oleksandra Iwaniuk, a PhD student at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University specializing in studies of elites. Relations between Ukraine and Poland today are cooling, disturbingly. The growing differences between the two neighbors do not add to the stability of the region. After the breakup of the… Read more »
Geopolitical myopia among the elites of NATO’s new member states is helping to preserve an unstable “gray zone” in post-Soviet Europe.
This piece was originally published here for Freedom House’s Freedom at Issue blog. Mandating rather than simply encouraging Ukrainian-language schooling represents a swerve toward ethnic nationalism, and away from European allies. Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, passed a new Law on Education on September 5. Article 7 of the legislation mandates the use of Ukrainian… Read more »
The e-Governance Academy held a public procurement as a part of EGOV4UKRAINE project of the EU U-LEAD administrative reform support programme in Ukraine. As a result, the consortium of Estonian-Ukrainian companies Cybernetica AS and Soft Xpansion Ukraine will create an inter-institutional secure data exchange solution for Ukraine. The article was originally published at E-governance Academy,… Read more »