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Over the past few months Kyiv has initiated a few major changes, but the delays in the reform process are growing.
The year 2015 brought a rapid surge in the number of Ukrainians migrating to the EU, again mainly to Poland.
Conflict with Russia has diverted the Kyiv’s attention away from the deterioration of the situation in regions which are not threatened by direct aggression.
The comprehensive reform of the gas sector is one of the most important and most difficult reforms Ukraine has to implement.
The revolution and the war in Donbas that followed it have brought about deep changes in the way Ukrainian citizens think about the national community.
One of the key challenges that Ukraine is facing is the scale of its foreign debt (both public and private).
The Belarusian opposition is currently experiencing its deepest crisis since Alyaksandr Lukashenka took power in 1994.
The overriding goal of the governments of the so-called "People's Republics" is to maintain and develop their military potential.
The drop in Ukraine’s GDP by nearly 18% in the first three months of 2015 has confirmed the decline of the country’s economy.
Separatist sentiments have been successfully dampened down, but the region may be destabilised by the upcoming local elections.