ICPS Newsletter – November 2, 2010

Ukraine’s Regional Integration: Terms of reference

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry is faced with an impossible task: to normalize relations with Russia in a way that will not threaten the country’s independence. To protect its own sovereignty, Ukraine needs to fulfill the integrational terms of reference.

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New Foreign Policy for Ukraine: The year in review
The Institute of World Policy and the ICPS prepared joint report “A New Foreign Policy for Ukraine: Expert perspectives.” In this report, some of the finest foreign policy thinkers in the country provide recommendations for Ukraine in relations with key partners and in priority areas of foreign policy.

Threats facing the new President are now turning into opportunities. The main challenge for a new foreign policy is not choosing between East and West, but improving relations with both.

The ICPS invited authors to look back at the recommendations they prepared for the President at the beginning of the year in light of what is happening today in Ukraine.

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