Rethinking the De-Occupation Policy of Ukraine

Summary of the research findings “Rethinking the de-occupation policy of Ukraine in the framework of Russia’s hybrid war against Ukraine”. The goal of this study is to outline the views of the interested actors on the de-occupation process, to analyze the motives and interests of Ukraine, Russia, and other international players; to study relevant cases of de-occupation, to analyze previous analytical findings on this issue and offer recommendations for a new policy of de-occupation of the Ukrainian territories occupied by Russia.


The full text of the research in Ukrainian can be found here and here.


Sergiy Gerasymchuk (Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”), Yaroslav Matiychyk (Research NGO “Strategic and Security Studies Group”), Maksym Khylko (Eastern European Security Research Initiative Foundation), Artem Fylypenko (Black Sea Center for Security Environment Research), Hanna Shelest (Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”), Maria Zolkina (Ilka Kucheriv’s Democratic Initiatives Foundation), Natalia Belitser (Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy), Hennadiy Maksak (Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”), Oleksandr Tytarchuk (Eastern European Security Research Initiative Foundation), Vitaliy Martynyuk (Center for Global Studies “Strategy XXI”), Oleksandr Klyuzhev (Civic Network “Opora”), Mykhailo Honchar (Center for Global Studies “Strategy XXI”), Yulia Kazdobina (Ukrainian Foundation for Security Studies), Oleksandr Krayev (Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”).


The analytical report was prepared with the support of International Renaissance Foundation. The material reflects the position of the authors and does not necessarily coincide with the position of the International Renaissance Foundation.

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