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By signing the Association Agreement with the European Union, Ukraine has demonstrated its commitment to raising the living standards of Ukrainians. They include a conceptually new quality of public service and an adequate level of communication culture between the administration and citizens and business. During the first years after Ukraine gained independence, living conditions of… » read more

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Ukrainian society is increasingly supporting the idea of Ukraine’s accession to NATO as a mechanism for guaranteeing national security. Over recent years a dynamic growth in the level of such support has been observed in all regions of Ukraine without exception. At the same time, such support does not prevail in all the regions: residents… » read more

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The governments of Hungary and Romania protested against the clauses of the new Ukrainian law on education which regulate the use of languages in teaching. We made a research of the proficiency of Hungarians, Romanians and Bulgarians in the obligatory independent knowledge assessment (IKA) on Ukrainian language. The Hungarians turned out to be the least… » read more

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  Due to the approximation to European standards in the field of food safety, Ukraine is becoming less and less exotic for the EU market. Thus, the implementation of the Association Agreement opens the way for those sectors of the economy, in which, through the successful coordination of key stakeholders, the political will of the… » read more

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    In June 2016, the constitutional reform in the area of justice took place in Ukraine, part of which was reforming the status of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine aimed at ensuring its independence. Politically motivated decisions of the Constitutional Court under the Yanukovych regime, notably the unconstitutional change of the Constitution in September… » read more

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Ukraine is paving the way of eurointegration and national community’s reconsolidating in conditions of political turmoil and military aggression from the Russian Federation. One of the most important challenges for Ukrainian government today is to restore people’s confidence to national governance institutions. Naturally, budget issues are ones of the major components of this process. Do… » read more

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Europeans and Ukrainians are watching the struggle of the Ukrainian corrupt system with anti-corruption structures. Three of the four necessary anti-corruption structures have been created: the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, the Specialised Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office. The Agency for the Prevention of Corruption turned out to be dependent on… » read more

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According to annexes to the Association Agreement, from December 1, 2016, until November 1, 2017, Ukraine had to fulfil 86 of commitments. But the reality was different – Ukraine fulfilled 10 commitments, that is about 11% of the total number of tasks on approximation of the national legislation of Ukraine to the legislation of the… » read more

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In November, the new Supreme Court was formed in Ukraine and will start its operations in December. Last year, judicial reform was launched through constitutional amendments. In particular, instead of three higher courts and the Supreme Court, a unified Supreme Court was established. On the eve of the launch of the Supreme Court’s activity, the… » read more

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For the last years, the most discussed concept in Europe has been that of Hybrid War. Сlever men are watching at ongoing events in Ukraine with a smart look and say ‘Hybrid war, everything is very complicated ”. A war in Ukraine is a regular war. There are three reasons why these people like to… » read more

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