In wartime, Ukraine could retain the banking system’s stability.
Ukraine and Eastern Europe Programme
The Ukraine and Eastern Europe Programme is aimed at advancing solutions that will foster the secure and resilient development of a turbulent region. The Programme is focusing on delivering analysis and actionable recommendations on Ukraine’s reconstruction and European future, democratic stability in the entire region, and Transatlantic policy towards its Eastern neighbours. The programme particularly benefits from a team closely tied to the region and whose expertise and insights are oriented towards bridging the transatlantic community with Eastern Europe.
Rethinking the Concept of Central Europe with Ukraine as its member: What Kind of “Soft” Connectivity is Needed in a New Geopolitical Reality?
Beyond Russia’s unprovoked full-scale invasion of Ukraine, much has led to the new geopolitical reality in Central Europe,
Between Vague Return Prospects and Limited Employment Opportunities: The Challenges of Ukrainian Refugees’ Labour Market Integration
Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine resulted in Europe’s largest and fastest forced displacement since World War II, w
With the world entering spring 2023 , the situation on the frontline of the Russian war in Ukraine is looking far from bei
The resilience of businesses facing wartime risks is the cornerstone of the country’s resilience in a protracted full-scal
Due to Russia’s war in Ukraine, Ukrainian refugees have spread across various countries in Europe.
How Ukraine must develop its minority policy to avoid the “ethnic trap” during EU accession negotiations, and how international partners could help
The conditions for Ukraine’s EU candidate status about the need to ensure the rights of national minorities should be take
The Green Recovery of Ukraine: a Challenging but Non- Negotiable Way to Succeed in the World of Tomorrow
The Russian war against Ukraine has had a heavy toll on the country and its population - entire towns levelled to the grou