Кримські татари як корінний народ: Історія питання і сучасні реалії

Посібник “Кримські татари як корінний народ” дає відповіді на питання, що таке “корінні народи”, чим вони відрізняються від різних категорій меншин і якими є їхні права відповідно до норм сучасного міжнародного та національного права. Автор: Наталя Беліцер, доктор наук, експерт-дослідник Інституту демократії ім. Пилипа Орлика, активістка громадянського суспільства. (PDF) Наталя Беліцер

Ukraine Risks Map 2017

Assessment of the Risks Environment for Doing Business in Ukraine. Presentation of statement delivered by Maksym Khylko and Oleksandr Tytarchuk at the OSAC Ukraine Country Council Q1 2017 Meeting “Integrating Resilience into Business and National Strategies”, held in Kyiv, on March 1, 2017. (PDF) Maksym Khylko, Oleksandr Tytarchuk

Ukraine in Crisis: The Economic and Security Consequences for European Union, Ukraine and Russia

EU has to find a way to effectively engage with Russia, facilitate Ukraine’s progressive reforms, prepare for long lasting political and financial commitment to Ukraine and at the same time strictly demand fulfilment of the agreement reached in Minsk. (PDF) Marek Lenč, Martin Kudrec

Attitudes towards European Integration in EaP States: Significance of Elites’ Commitment

The paper examines how the cooperation with the EU has been influencing public sector, legal and economic reforms in EU’s Eastern neighbourhood by means of engaging the local political elites. The developments in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, as well as the situation in Armenia, regarding the perspective for its further participation in the Eastern Partnership, are reviewed. (PDF) Armen Grigoryan

Armenia-Iran vs. Azerbaijan-Israel: Where is Russia?

The South Caucasus region has been seeing polarization as Armenia-Iran vs. Azerbaijan-Israel. The visits by Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to Baku, Azerbaijan, and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to Yerevan, Armenia in December, 2016 are indicative of the polarization. Where is Russia, the elephant in the room? What are the implications of the polarization for Russia? (PDF) Rahim Rahimov

Dodon’s visit to Transnistria: Russian-Backed Model for Protracted Conflicts Settlement?

It is highly unlikely that Russia will allow Transnistria again back into Moldova even if the latter accepts closer cooperation with Russia and/or integration with Russia-led organizations. However, Dodon’s policy towards Transnistria could be considered in Moscow as a favourable model for other protracted conflicts settlement. (PDF) Rusif Huseynov