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Poroshenko received a very strong mandate, although he is now facing dramatic challenges.
Information warfare has a long tradition in Russia. Over the past few years it has been redefined, using geopolitical theory as its foundation.
As regards the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Hungary will barely be able to maintain its neutral position.
The process of negotiating further subsidies with Moscow proves that Minsk’s room for political manoeuvre is shrinking.
In the immediate future, we should expect the separatists to take measures to increase control over the Donbas.
The IMF’s decision to grant Ukraine a loan represents the most tangible form of support which the West has extended to the present government in Kyiv.
Russia wants to see international talks involving the pro-Russian opposition to continue, which will increase political pressure on Kyiv.
The authorities in Kyiv have proved unable to control the rapid expansion of the separatists’ activities.