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On June 26, 2019, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a decision to confirm the credentials of the Russian delegation without restrictions, despite the violation of the principles of the Council of Europe. As a result of PACE having gone against its own resolutions, Ukraine plans to suspend the work of the… » read more

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In the spring of 2018, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced his intention to initiate consolidation at the level of the Constitution of the Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine. In September 2018, the President introduced to the Parliament a draft law No. 9037. On the Strategic Course of the State towards Ukraine’s Full Membership in… » read more

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Information spreads via Internet not only by means of big online media and social networks. There is a huge ramified ecosystem of “junk websites”. “News” shared by such “media” is often of very low quality or even complete fake. Still, it reaches millions of visitors per month. Such websites also generate information flow that brings… » read more

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The main priorities of the state anticorruption policy in Ukraine should be defined in a special regulatory act – the Anticorruption Strategy. This is an important document for combating corruption in Ukraine, as it defines the main priorities of the state anticorruption policy for a certain period and is the only basis for the elaboration… » 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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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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