The Ukrainian Week asks American think-tankers and diplomats three questions: 1. Is Ukraine seen as part of Russia’s sphere of influence in the US? 2. Why a part of the American establishment believes that Ukraine should be attributed to Russia’s orbit? 3. What can Ukraine do to counter this approach?
|15 September, 2014||History|
Historian Stanislav Kulchytsky speaks to The Ukrainian Week about why the Kremlin needs Ukraine, what threat the annexation of Crimea poses for Russia, what the essence of the problem in Ukrainian-Russian relations is, and how the political Ukrainian nation is emerging
|12 August, 2014||World|
Why Ukrainians still view aggressors as "friends" and "brothers"
|10 July, 2014||World|
The Ukrainian Week talked to Damon Wilson, executive vice-president of The Atlantic Council, about the establishment of the pro-Ukrainian community in the world, the US-Russia relations after the annexation of Crimea, the new Ukrainian military and the likelihood of NATO MAP for Ukraine
|8 July, 2014||World|
Stephen Hadley: “Ukraine now has an enormous opportunity to take advantage of the attention that it is getting from the West”
The Ukrainian Week speaks to Stephen Hadley, former National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush, on ways to deter Russia’s aggression, Russia-US relations and unity in Europe
|7 October, 2013||Society|
The stereotypical image of Odesa Oblast as a pro-Russian region and mainstay of the Party of Regions turns out to be far from reality
|23 August, 2013||News|
The Economist: Ukraine could benefit from Russian sanctions in the long run but it may not have that long
New Russian trade restrictions with Ukraine were a warning against the “suicidal” step of signing the Association Agreement with the European Union, The Economist quotes President Vladimir Putin’s chief economic adviser Sergey Glazyev. And if it went ahead, the rules could become even tighter
|9 August, 2013||News|
As Russia nowadays has a lot of “projects”, Ukraine is no more a top priority, writes Lilia Shevtsova from the Carnegie Moscow Center
|1 August, 2013||News|
Putin’s visit left the impression that Ukrainian-Russian relations will remain stagnant, writes Maksym Bugriy in Eurasia Daily Monitor
|22 July, 2013||News|
An Association Agreement would help Ukraine along the rocky path towards democracy and away from the specter of Sovietism, claims Nicholas Kaufmann. Otherwise, Ukraine will return under Putin’s fold
|15 April, 2013||News|
James Lyons: allowing Moscow to drag Ukraine into a revived quasi-USSR relationship is not in U.S. interests
“Instead of focusing on Moscow’s efforts to reabsorb Ukraine the U.S. State Department has given priority to pressuring Kiev on issues relating to democracy, human rights and the rule of law areas,” James A. Lyons, a retired U.S. Navy admiral, was commander-in-chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet and senior U.S. military representative to the United Nations, writes in his opinion for The Washington Times.