December 11, 2017 | Presentation
The Chatham House report "The Struggle for Ukraine"
On December 11, 2017, the presentation of the report of the British think tank Chatham House “The Struggle for Ukraine” took place at the Diplomatic Academy. As a whole, the report “The Struggle for Ukraine” is summing up the main challenges, successes and failures in Ukrainian foreign and domestic policy since the days of Euromaidan: from the security concerns associated with Russian aggression to the demands of profound reforms and modernization of the Ukrainian state. The full text of the report in English is available at https://reader.chathamhouse.org/struggle-for-ukraine.
The event gathered a full house of representatives of parliament and government, diplomatic circles and international organizations, think tanks and independent experts. The coauthors of the study, James Sherr, Timothy Ash, Janet Gunn and Orysia Lutsevych, discussed the evolution of security dilemmas that Ukraine and Europe are currently facing, evaluated the urgent tasks of reforming the Ukrainian economy, reflected on the challenges for Ukrainian civil society, and tackled the crucial problem of combating corruption.
Chatham House is the top policy institute in Great Britain and worldwide with nearly a century-long history. In 2015, it launched the Ukraine Forum as a unique platform for research and debate.