Trump seeks to offset Clinton mobilising young voters – expert

"The Republican candidate says that turning campaign events into concerts, the way Hillary Clinton does it, is a distraction."

Analysts lower bar Clinton can clear, but she is still in the lead – expert

"If Hillary wins at least one of three states, Ohio, North Carolina or Florida, she is likely to become president."

Clinton has advantage in resources, but Trump may defy rules and win - expert

The chances of Clinton and Trump to win can be assessed as 60 to 40.

Normandy Four meeting is fraught with non-obvious results and surprises, says president of Gorshenin Institute

All Normandy Four leaders work for their domestic audiences.

Ukrainians would have voted for EU in referendum - Gorshenin Institute president

The delegation of Gorshenin Institute took part in a colloquium.

Divorce Crimean style?

The fact that official Kyiv lacks real tools to solve the problem of Crimea's occupation is a good prerequisite for a campaign to drive a wedge between the Ukrainian state and that part of Crimean Tatar elites which does not recognize the occupying…



Gorshenin Institute, Friedrich Ebert Foundation present "Ukrainian society and European values" survey

Ukrainian and German experts, representatives of the German Foreign Ministry, OSCE, members of the Bundestag, the European Parliament and journalists discussed the issues of mutual relations with Ukraine. 

The French elections, seen from Ukraine

Ahead of France’s presidential election, Ukraine’s experience shows that opinion polls may be skewed by underlying hatred of the ruling classes and institutions. President of the Gorshenin Institute Vadym Omelchenko warns that ultra-conservatism…

Lawmakers name Ukraine's biggest challenges in 2017

The greatest of threats are political squabbles, failures in foreign policy and the conflict in Donbas.
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