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Ukraine’s European Future

On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. It has had a profound impact on the country, creating an economic, security, and humanitarian crisis. At the same time, Russia’s actions also threaten the security and stability of Europe and the post-Cold War international order.

Through analysis, public events, expert workshops and other means, the EPC’s Ukraine European Future project will focus on:

  • Developments during and after the war, including the response, support (humanitarian, military, and economic aid, etc.) and policies and programmes of the EU and Ukraine’s other key Western allies (US, UK, Canada, etc.).
  • Short, medium, and long-term priorities for Ukraine-EU relations, such as monitoring political and economic reform in Ukraine, including its progress in meeting the criteria to start accession talks; the EU’s role in Ukraine’s reconstruction; reinforcing Ukraine’s energy security and green transition; sustainable economic prosperity and countering disinformation.
  • Support for Ukraine in its efforts to get justice for Russia’s war crimes and crimes against humanity.
  • The role of Ukrainian civil society in reinforcing national cohesion and resilience, and its potential to be the driving force behind the rebuilding of the country.
  • Different forms of security and defence cooperation, including future security guarantees for Ukraine and the future of the European security architecture.

Ukraine’s European Future Project is led by Amanda Paul, Senior Policy Analyst and Svitlana Taran, EPC-KBF Research Fellow. For further information on our work and opportunities to support it, please email a.paul@epc.eu or s.taran@epc.eu


TOPICS
Ukraine

PARTNERS

Publications

Asylum / DISCUSSION PAPER
EU responses to Ukrainian arrivals – not (yet) a blueprint
By Marie De Somer , Alberto-Horst Neidhardt - 14/10/2022
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
Quadruple military aid for Ukraine
By Amanda Paul - 06/10/2022
Future of Europe / DISCUSSION PAPER
Europe’s moment of truth: United by adversity?
By Fabian Zuleeg , Janis A. Emmanouilidis - 11/07/2022
Security & defence / COMMENTARY
Time for Europe to stop hitting the security snooze button
By Ricardo Borges de Castro , Maxime Sierro - 04/07/2022
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
War crimes and genocidal intent in the heart of Europe
By Amanda Paul - 27/06/2022
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
EU candidate status for Ukraine is a geopolitical and moral imperative
By Amanda Paul , Ricardo Borges de Castro - 21/06/2022
Future of Europe / DISCUSSION PAPER
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: Unity is good, but ambition is better
By Sophie Pornschlegel , Ilke Toygür - 01/06/2022
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
Look at the war through Ukrainian eyes
By Amanda Paul - 14/04/2022
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
Wake up, EU! We are at war
By Annika Hedberg - 08/04/2022
Cybersecurity / COMMENTARY
Lessons from the Ukrainian cyber front
By Andrea G. Rodríguez - 28/03/2022
Ukraine / COMMENTARY
Putin’s war on Ukrainian women
By Ionela Ciolan - 08/03/2022
China / COMMENTARY
The war in Ukraine: China walking amid the shrapnel
By Ricardo Borges de Castro - 04/03/2022
Russia / COMMENTARY
Putin must face war crime charges
By Amanda Paul - 25/02/2022
Foreign policy / OP-ED
Has the EU gone far enough on sanctions?
By Fabian Zuleeg - 25/02/2022

team

Senior Policy Analyst
Expertise:
Turkish foreign/domestic policy, security/conflict resolution in the Black Sea/Eurasia region, Russian foreign policy in the former Soviet space/Middle East, EU foreign policy in its Eastern neighbourhood, counter-terrorism
Research Fellow
Expertise:
International trade, trade policy, free trade agreements, non-tariff barriers to trade, European economic integration, trade sanctions.

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