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Public Administration Reform in Ukraine: Achievements and Expectations for 2019

BY IRYNA IAREMA

Ukraine Quarterly Digest: October-December 2018

BY ANDRIAN PROKIP

The last quarter of 2018 started relatively quietly in Ukraine. Preparations for the March 2019 presidential elections proceeded apace as candidates unofficially began making themselves known to the voters. Disagreements with Hungary, based on positions each country had staked out over the past several months, continued to simmer. The organization of autocephaly for the Ukrainian Orthodox Church went forward, and negotiations continued promisingly with the IMF.

Ukraine’s Banking System: A Comfort Zone for Russian State Banks?

BY VADYM SYROTA

Yalta European Strategy Meeting: Lurking Uncertainty in the Midst of “Next Generation of Everything”

BY NIKOLAS KOZLOFF

Ukraine’s 2019 Elections: Preparing for More Russian Cyberattacks

BY NIKOLAS KOZLOFF

Security for Disarmament: Negotiating Ukraine’s Budapest Memorandum

The ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict, with its recent escalation in the Sea of Azov, continues to draw attention to the substance of security commitments pledged by the nuclear weapons states to Ukraine in exchange for dismantling the nuclear arsenal it inherited from the Soviet Union.

Electricity Market Reforms in Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities

As part of a nationwide series of reforms, Ukraine has introduced a new law reforming its electricity market. This law provides an opportunity to synchronize the Ukrainian energy system with the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) and integrate Ukraine within the European market. Why are these reforms important, and what are the benefits, drawbacks, and potential outcomes for Ukraine and its neighbors?

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