Mission


Gorshenin Institute (GI) is an independent, non-profit analytical and research center aimed to research political and social processes in Ukraine and in the whole world.

GI is an expert and communications platform for discussions on topical issues of national and international agenda.

GI is an expertise for Ukrainian and international politicians and high ranked officials, CEOs, media, experts and NGOs.


News & Events

19 March 2014

A key to understanding Putin’s motives

Today, perhaps, there isn’t a single thinking person in the world who isn’t trying to find the answer to the question about the ultimate goals of the Russian President. We, as experts, every day hear the same question from politicians, diplomats, journalists, and members of our families. The Gorshenin Institute draws your attention to the article written by a Russian journalist and military analyst Vladimir VORONOV, which was published in Russian monthly magazine Sovershenno Sekretno (Top Secret) on 24 February 2014.

19 February 2014

Will Ukraine become a new flashpoint on Europe’s map?

The situation in Ukraine is developing very rapidly. Over several months, Ukraine has gone through peaceful opposition to a situation where a de facto state of emergency has been introduced in the country, writes Viktor Sokolov.

26 January 2014

Scenario of resolving the conflict with the use of force currently remains the most probable, - expert

Gorshenin Institute's expert Kostyantyn Vynokurov comments on the situation in Ukraine for news agency Armedia

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Research

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.

05 June 2013

“International politics of Ukraine”

In March 2013 the Gorshenin Institute conducted a face-to-face survey.

09 April 2013

"Why do young Ukrainians need the Internet?"

The Modern Youth of Ukraine, an all-Ukrainian public opinion survey, was carried out by the Gorshenin Institute from 1 to 20 March 2013.

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