How Ukraine and EU Can Assist Belarusian Democratic Movement

Statement delivered by Maksym Khylko, Chairman of the Board at the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation, and Russian and Belarusian Studies Program Director at the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”, at the Second Ukrainian-Czech Discussion Forum, Kyiv, 26 May 2021. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Impact of Russian Military Presence on Human Rights Situation in Armenia, Moldova, and Ukraine – Report

Impact of the Russian military presence on human rights situation: cases of Armenia, Moldova, and Ukraine. (PDF) Artur Sakunts, Armine Sadikyan, Ion Manole, Alex Postica, Maksym Khylko, Oleksandr Tytarchuk

Enhancing France-Ukraine Security and Defence Cooperation

The objective of this paper is to identify the possible ways of improving bilateral cooperation between France and Ukraine as well as to propose new possible formats of multilateral cooperation within the existing and new frameworks. (PDF) Denys Kolesnyk, Maksym Khylko

Eastern Partnership: Progress in Turbulent Times

Speech delivered by Dr. Maksym Khylko at the international conference “The Future of the Eastern Partnership in Turbulent Times”, organized by the Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation with support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, Yerevan, 14 June 2018. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Shaping Strategy for Comprehensive and Effective Western Policy in Eastern Europe

This issue brief published by the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center examines the strategies that the West can employ to combat the Kremlin’s challenges to regional security and the rule of law in Eastern Europe. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Threats to Security of Ukraine and other EaP Countries, and Possible Responses: Expert Survey

Summarized findings of the international expert survey “Threats to security of Ukraine and other countries of the Eastern Partnership region and possible responses.” 62 experts assessed the major threats to the EaP region and possible security options, expressed expectations from the EU, NATO, and the OSCE, as well as provided opinions on possible developments in the Donbas and Crimea. (PDF)

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