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Foreign Policy Audit of Ukraine. All Publications

09:32 21.12.16
The goal of this initiative is to study the mutual interests of Ukraine and its strategically important partners in order to develop recommendations for a proactive foreign policy for Ukraine.

Since February 3, 2016, IWP has been regularly presenting the discussion papers concerning Ukraine's relations with a specific country. Ukrainian and foreign diplomats, officials, politicians, representatives of business communities, experts, and journalists took part in the presentations and discussions of every analysis.

On 21st of December, on the eve of the Day of Diplomatic Service of Ukraine, IWP held the Foreign Policy Forum to sum up the preliminary results of the “Audit of Ukraine’s Foreign Policy ” project. At the event the recommendations for Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Strategy were presented.

UKRAINE'S FOREIGN POLICY AUDIT. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UKRAINE’S FOREIGN POLICY STRATEGY

CONTENTS

WHAT SHOULD UKRAINE’S FOREIGN POLICY BE?

EXPERT ASSESSMENT: VIEWS FROM UKRAINE AND FROM ABROAD

UKRAINE’S AMBASSADORS TALK: WHAT SHOULD BE CHANGED IN UKRAINE’S FOREIGN POLICY

PUBLIC OPINION: ECONOMY MUST COME FIRST

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UKRAINE’S FOREIGN POLICY STRATEGY

APPENDIX

To download the full publication as a single file, click here.

The IWP had already published 20 discussion papers on Ukraine's bilateral relations with key countries and neighbors:

Alyona Getmanchuk, Sergiy Solodkyy

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Germany

Alyona Getmanchuk

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-USA

Maryna Vorotnyuk

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Turkey

Ivan Medinskyy, Bens Kapchos

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Hungary

Daria Gaidai

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Austria

Olena Betliy, Yauheni Preyherman

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Belarus

Leonid Litra, Florent Parmentier, Kirill Bret, Anastasiya Shapochkina

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-France

Serhiy Solodkyy, Ilyana Rakeru

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Romania

Kateryna Zarembo

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Italy

Maryna Vorotnyuk

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Slovakia

Olesya Yahno

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Russia.Executive summary

Daria Gaidai

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Georgia

Andriy Goncharuk, Yevhenia Hobova, Viktor Kiktenko, Oleksiy Koval, Serhiy Koshoviy

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-China

Olena Betliy

Foreign policy Audit: Ukraine-Moldova

Kateryna Zarembo

Foreign policy Audit: Ukraine-Poland

Olena Betliy

Foreign policy Audit: Ukraine-Lithuania

Mykola Bielieskov

Foreign policy Audit: Ukraine-Japan

Kateryna Zarembo

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Israel

Daria Gaidai, Leonid Litra

Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Sweden

Sergiy Solodkyy, Mykola Bielieskov

Foreign policy Audit: Ukraine-the United Kingdom

Memos, prepared by IWP ahead of the official visits of Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko:

To Poland

To Romania

Policy Memo to the Ukrainian leadership regarding the election of Emmanuel Macron as the President of French Republic

Policy Memo to the President of Ukraine on the U.S. after the election of its 45th President

Five reasons why supporting Ukraine is in the USA’s interests

Social survey “What do Ukrainians think about foreign policy?”

As indicated by the results of the social survey, conducted by the TNS company at the request of the IWP, the absolute majority of Ukrainian citizens are convinced that the foreign policy of Ukraine requires changes. Moreover, Ukrainians approach the choice of priorities in Ukraine’s foreign policy pragmatically and are for its economization.

See the full results here.

The poll has been conducted by TNS Ukraine within the TNS On-line Track project on request of the IWP from August 16 to 21, 2016 by online survey among urban population aged 18 to 55 throughout Ukraine (excluding Crimea). The poll has involved 1,000 respondents (a representative sample, quoted by gender, age, region, and community size and type).

INDEX OF RELATIONS

October 24th, the Institute of World Policy along with the agency of strategic communications, the TRUMAN Agency, presented its first release of the “Index of Relations”. Since than, "Index of Relations" has been released every quarter.

Experts from the IWP analyze the latest events in key areas of Ukraine’s foreign policy - EU, USA, China, and Russia. Aside from a qualitative analysis, the researchers prepare a quantitative analysis, evaluating every action on a scale from 0 to 5 with a plus or minus sign. The overall ranking of one area or another is the sum of points of key events which occurred in that specific area during the last three months.

Read the first issue of "Index of Relations" here

2nd issue

3rd issue

4th issue

The documents disclose the context of the events and provides the assessment of factors that affect the country’s position. A forecast of the developments is made based on the facts presented.

The initiative has been supported by the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation of the German Marshall Fund, and the UNITER project implemented in Ukraine by Pact and supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). On top of that, IWP expresses its gratitude to the International Renaissance Foundation, the Think Tank Fund, and the Embassy of Sweden (SIDA).

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