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Panel Discussion "International Cooperation in the Defence Industry: Challenges and Risks"

04:07 25.04.17
On April 25, TRUMAN Agency and Institute of World Policy held a panel discussion “International Cooperation in the Defense Industry: Challenges and Risks” during the presentation of quarterly analytical issue “Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit. Index of Relations”.

Apart from the traditional assessment of the relations on Ukraine's key foreign policy directions (the EU, the US, China and Russia), the participants discussed the rebuilding of the military-industrial complex of Ukraine, a special topic of this analytical issue.

Representatives of the National Security and Defense Council, Ukrainian Armed Forces, Ukroboronprom, and the Ministry of Defense, as well as Ukrainian experts and foreign diplomats took part in the discussion.

The publication “Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit. Index of Relations” is based on the monitoring and analysis of the events in the foreign policy of Ukraine by key areas: the EU, the US, China and Russia. The document is issued regularly, every three months, to monitor the dynamics in the developments. In addition to the permanent areas, the expert group will provide an analysis of a special topic, i.e. the most important event, issue or trend for the reporting period.

Besides by the experts’ observations, an important component of the research is exclusive interviews with Ukrainian officials responsible for certain areas in the foreign policy, Ukrainian and foreign experts. The document discloses the context of the events and provides the assessment of factors that affect the country’s reputation.

A short version of the report is available here.

A full report is available upon request. Please, contact Truman Agency if you would like to get it FOR FREE tetianagaiduk@trumanagency.com.

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