Mission

Gorshenin Institute is a think tank aimed to research social and political processes in Ukraine and in the world. The Institute follows with a special focus Ukraine’s relations with the EU, its European integration and democracy processes.

The Institute is an expert and communications platform for discussions on topical issues of national and international agenda. Regular round  tables, expert discussions and press-conferences on the topical issues in Ukraine and in the world are organized at Gorshenin Institute.


News & Events

16 December 2014

​Tupac Shakur and Map of the Russian Empire

Orientation towards the destabilising of the Ukrainian regions is becoming a trend again. Activities in this direction have been reduced to a minimum over the recent months, however, now the Kremlin has returned to the concept of a forceful expansion. Russia's strategic goal remains the same: bringing the Ukrainian statehood to zero. The question is only how would it happen.

14 July 2014

There exists possibility of full-scale invasion of Russian army in Ukraine - Gorshenin Institute President

Putin shows success on European diplomatic arena - Vadym Omelchenko

19 June 2014

IV National Expert Forum “From the Revolution to a New Country”

The Gorshenin Institute on 17 June held the IV National Expert Forum “From the Revolution to a New Country”. During three panel discussions, honored guests, experts and journalists discussed Ukraine’s foreign policy, state of economy and distribution of power

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Research

23 October 2014

Electoral sentiments of voters on the eve of the election to the Verkhovna Rada 2014

On 12-21 October 2014, Gorshenin Institute conducted the all-Ukrainian survey "Electoral sentiments of voters on the eve of the election to the Verkhovna Rada 2014".

26 June 2014

“From the Revolution to a New Country”

Findings of the Gorshenin Institute's poll which were presented at the IV National Expert Forum “From the Revolution to a New Country” (17 June, 2014, Kiev)

03 December 2013

"Ukraine today"

The street survey was conducted by Gorshenin Institute on 2 December 2013 among participants in the protest held at Kiev's Independence Square.

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