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Is a Marshall Plan for Ukraine possible?

... for the fast growth of domestic investments in most of participating countries. Applied to the current situation, this suggests that foreign aid as such is unlikely to be the only or the main driver of the post-conflict development of the Ukrainian economy. Ukraine still needs to make decisive progress in such areas as combating corruption, the independence of the judiciary, and improving the quality of public administration at various levels. The challenge is to unleash the creative potential of the Ukrainian ...


China and Russia: Dialog in the Face of External Challenges

... caused by the Western sanctions policy, and it also means protecting and developing both countries’ economic interests, rather than creating economic-relation problems for the West. It is also important to note that Russian-Chinese cooperation in the economy and other areas is quite normal. However, following the Russia–Ukraine conflict, people have started to see Russian-Chinese economic cooperation only through the lens of the conflict, interpreting it only as support or lack of support for Russia. Such an understanding is too subjective. China–Russia economic cooperation ...


30th Anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence: State of Politics and Economy

... on the republic and its inhabitants. The authors of the working paper paid particular attention to the main aspects of state life and identified the main trends in the development of Ukraine during the years of its independence. 30th Anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence: State of Politics and Economy , 1.6 Mb


Russia might well consider its participation in EU defence policy projects within the framework of PESCO

... fight against international terrorism. I am cautiously optimistic that our relations will improve again in the foreseeable future. For that to happen, Moscow would have to be ready to implement the Minsk Agreements of 2015 to bring peace to Eastern Ukraine. Have you read them? A long time ago. If you refresh your memory, you will see that Russia is not mentioned in the Agreements at all. It is up to the parties to the conflict – Kiev and Donbass – to fulfil their obligations. It was absolutely ...


Four Years of EU–Ukraine Association: Teething Problems or Permanent Crisis?

... The National Bank no longer publishes reports about the structure of its securities. What Next: Development on the Horizon or Survival as a Raw Materials Appendage? The results of 2017 and the development prospects for 2018 indicate that, even though Ukraine economy has overcome its collapse, serious growth should not be expected. Many economists view privatization as a possible extra source of money, but the thing is that the share of state property on the Ukrainian market stands at just 15 per cent, which ...


Ukraine: 25 Years of Missed Opportunities

... financial structures. Ukraine, which has opted for a single-vector pro-Western course, has not yet realized that replicating the positive elements of the EU economic and administrative system is not the same as living according to the European way of life. Ukraine still needs to develop the innovative sectors of its economy, improve the tax system, alleviate the fiscal burden, simplify administration and develop the agricultural sector through the production and export of processed products. It is also vitally important to work on both the European and Asian markets,...


Ukraine’s Energy Future Lies in Good Governance, Not in Diversification

... by paying on average $700 million per year. It is estimated that at least 3 bcm of gas produced by Naftogaz and its subsidiaries do not reach intended customers in the residential/heating sector. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko/Pixstream Anna Tsybulina: Ukraine's Economy: Where from and Where to? Mismanagement in the state-owned company is combined with the over-taxation of the private (‘independent’) gas producers. Ukraine’s 'independents' are an important domestic source of natural gas supplies....


Ukraine's Economy: Where from and Where to?

... Studies - 1 . Aslund A., Why is Ukraine so Poor? Op-ed in RBC Daily, Moscow, November 5, 2014. 2 . World Economic Outlook: Legacies, Clouds, Uncertainties, International Monetary Fund, October 2014. P.188 3 . Ibid. 4 . How to Stabilise the Economy of Ukraine. Final Report. The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, 2015. P.13 5 . Ibid. P. 14 6 . Movchan V., Giucci R., Ryzhenkov M., Ukranian Exports To Russia: Sector and Regional Exposure. Technical Note Series [TN/03/2014], Institute ...


Russia’s course cannot be one of self-isolation

... great power. Not to mention that the Russian people have an interest in eliminating dangerous international situations. On the economy Russia is experiencing a difficult economic situation. There are external reasons: the fall in oil prices and the sanctions ... ... And in Russia, Muslims constitute a significant portion of the population - more than 18 million citizens. On the situation in Ukraine Can we still speak of Russia's interest in having the southeast remain a part of Ukraine? My answer is yes; I believe ...


European Council Summit: Waiting or New Sanctions?

... necessary measures and instruments for strengthening economic growth, creating new jobs and improving the competitiveness of the EU economy. The heads of state and government will have to approve the Annual Growth Survey for 2015 and the Report on Prevention ... ... fact that more and more Europeans are choosing to take part in military actions in the Middle East. As for foreign policy, the Ukraine crisis will take priority. On December 3, 2014, the Commission transferred yet another financial assistance package to ...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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