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The very recognition of the Eurasian Union as a party to the talks by the EU would set a precedent with significant consequences for European security.
We may expect the UOC to continue avoiding taking a clear stance on the present conflict.
The parliamentary elections to be held in Ukraine on 26 October will bring about deep changes in the political composition of the Verkhovna Rada.
Ukraine’s financial results over the past few months prove that the economic crisis which has been ongoing since mid 2012 has exacerbated.
The decision concerning Moscow’s annexation of Crimea was taken off the cuff, with no calculation of the costs of integrating it with the rest of Russia.
After Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Crimean Tatars face the necessity of working out a modus vivendi.
Russia's policy has forced Kyiv to undertake legislative work on constitutional reform as a matter of urgency.
Despite fears, the scenario of a mass migration of people from Ukraine seems rather unlikely.
In recent years, Ukraine’s agriculture has been consistently improving and has been the only part of the country’s economy to buck the recession.
The expectations of political and social change produced by the Maidan rallies among large parts of the Ukrainian public will not disappear.