Egypt: Revolution or a Military Coup? Part 1
July 27, 2013

Oleksiy Volovych

In our view, the revolution in Egypt, in the full sense of the word never happened

Turkish Summer after Arab Spring. Part 2
July 19, 2013

Oleksiy Volovych

The split of the Turkish society into two unequal parts — the Kemalist minority and, relatively speaking, Muslim majority is quite an obvious phenomenon

The Customs Union Is Still Waiting for Ukraine
July 4, 2013

Iosif Illarionovich

Stretching between two poles of integration, Ukrainian state hopes to maintain a strict and solid feel

3 +2: Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine - Two Brides of the Customs Union
June 29, 2013

Iosif Illarionovich

Ways of Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan to the Customs Union in general are similar: the impoverishment of the population, color revolutions, domestic splits, thieving politicians and one simple question - how long?

Ukraine - Azerbaijan: state and prospects of cooperation in the energy sector
June 22, 2013

Oleksiy O. Volovych

There are few regions in the world, from which Ukraine can receive alternative to Russian energy carriers. They are North Africa, the Gulf region and especially Caspian countries — Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan

Perspectives for the Middle East in 2013
April 12, 2013

Corneliu PIVARIU

The geostrategic importance of the Middle East, induced by the geographic position and by the energy resources of the region will be maintained

Liberalization: No Time to Delay
February 12, 2013

At present, the gas market in Ukraine consists of two unequal segments - households and industrial-municipal sector...

Where to Now: the Area of Free Trade with the EU or the Customs Union?
January 18, 2013

Oksana Khomei

The question of Ukraine’s membership in the Customs Union is becoming especially urgent...

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