UkraineAlertApr 7, 2021
Ukraine rules out a return to Minsk peace talks as Putin tightens his grip on Belarus
By Vladislav Davidzon
Ukraine has ruled out a return to peace talks in Minsk due to growing Russian influence over Belarus as the Kremlin capitalizes on the international isolation of Belarusian dictator Alyaksandr Lukashenka.
UkraineAlertJul 8, 2020
Containing the Kremlin: Why the West must rethink policy towards a revisionist Russia
By Oleksii Reznikov
After more than five years of deadlock in Russia-Ukraine peace talks, it is obvious that fresh approaches are needed in order to end the war on Europe’s eastern frontier and contain the Kremlin.
UkraineAlertOct 17, 2019
The seasoning of President Zelenskyy
By Bohdan Nahaylo
It appears that the well-meaning, if initially inexperienced and idealistic, Zelenskyy, unconventional and not entirely predictable, has been forced to learn this through the school of hard knocks.
UkraineAlertMar 29, 2019
Who gains from using the far-right in Ukraine’s elections?
By Taras Kuzio
The G-7 wrote to Minister of Interior Arsen Avakov about the threat to Ukraine’s presidential election from the far-right National Corps political party and National Militia civic organization, both led by Andriy Biletsky with whom he has had a long relationship. The G-7 warned, “They intimidate Ukrainian citizens, try to usurp the role of the […]