The Gorshenin Institute hosted a round table discussion called “Will Ukraine become a part of the Eurasian union”, where experts discussed the outcomes of the Ukraine-EU summit and prospects for European and Eurasian vectors in Ukraine’s development…
The Gorshenin Institute hosted a roundtable discussion called “The Ukrainian state budget-2012: new protests or economy raise, “where experts have discussed key provisions of the country’s main financial document, their essence and probable…
The Gorshenin Institute hosted a roundtable discussion called “Ukraine-Russia relations: near-term perspective”, where Members of Parliament and experts discussed the prospects for development of bilateral relations between Ukraine and Russia…
The EU Ukraine Business Council together with Konrad Szymanski MEP held a round table meeting in the European Parliament on 7 December to discuss the opportunities and challenges for Shale Gas in the EU and Ukraine.
Even as Ukraine formally gets closer to the European Union with the negotiations on an Association Agreement, the country's extreme economic insecurity and need for foreign capital to finance its debt are enabling a dramatic rise in Russian…
The Gorshenin Institute hosted a roundtable discussion called “What will the Supreme Council of Ukraine look like in 2012?”
The Gorshenin Institute held the round table devoted to the topic “What threats does the second wave of the global crisis pose to Ukraine?”
The Gorshenin Institute held the round table discussion “What will be the outcomes of Ukraine-Russia gas row?” on 8 November 2011.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych quoted law-enforcement agencies as saying that the mass purchase of weapons was under way to prepare for an armed attack on the government. Gorshenin Institute conducted an expert poll on the topic “Will…
Experts reached this conclusion during a roundtable devoted to the topic “Will Ukraine and the EU set up a free trade area?” which Gorshenin Institute held on 25 October 2011.
Experts reached this conclusion during a roundtable devoted to the topic “Ukraine and the IMF – What is next?” which Gorshenin Institute held on 18 October 2011.
The Gorshenin Institute has held a round table discussion “The European gas market: is revolution coming?” where experts discussed prospects for development of the gas market.
Russia's attempts to increase its influence over in its near-abroad is likely to lead to conflict and authoritarianism in neighbouring countries, but not necessarily to pro-Russian regimes, argues Alexey Leshchenko.
The Gorshenin Institute has held a round table discussion “Ukraine-EU: what’s next?”, where experts discussed the prospects for Ukraine-EU relations and main outcomes of the Warsaw Eastern Partnership summit.
More than half of Ukrainians (58.7%) believe that the Armed Forces must consist of both contract soldiers and conscripts, according to a survey entitled "The State of the Ukrainian Army," conducted by Gorshenin Institute.
Gorshenin Institute held a round table called “Who is to take benefit of the land reform”, where the participants discussed primary tasks during the reform implementation, as well as possible consequences.
The Gorshenin Institute held a roundtable devoted to the topic “The law of Ukraine on electing members of parliament: pros and cons.” During the event, lawmakers discussed possible amendments to electoral legislation.
The majority of Ukrainians (80.0%) are not satisfied with the quality of medical services provided for them.
A number of Ukrainian officials and businessman have specific interests in liquidation of Naftohaz Ukrayiny, and liquidation of Naftohaz Ukrayiny itself is not directly linked to revising the price of Russian gas for Ukraine, the director of…
The Gorshenin Institute has held a round table discussion called “Are Ukraine and Russia on the threshold of another gas row?” where experts discussed the future of Ukrainian-Russian relations in the context of the gas issue.
Gorshenin Institute conducted an expert poll on the topic “Can Ukraine Cut Russian Gas Import by Three Times and what are the Economic Consequences of this Step?”
Non-receipt of an IMF loan with the anticipation of the second wave of economic turmoil threatens the Ukrainian economy with serious consequences and strengthening of dependence on Russia.
The Ukrainian gas transportation system (GTS) can be privatized in the nearest future, an expert of the Gorshenin Institute, Volodymyr Zastava, has said.
The Gorshenin Institute held a round table on the topic “The future of the Ukrainian gas transmission network (GTN)” on July 12th, 2011, where politicians and experts discussed the prospects of
the Ukrainian GTN in case Ukraine signs the Agreement…
According to an expert of the Gorshenin Institute, Volodymyr Zastava, the recently adopted pension reform will expedite a crisis in the Ukrainian pension system.
The majority of Ukrainians (87.0 percent) believe that corruption is ubiquitous in their country.
Gorshenin Institute conducted a round table called “The relations between Ukraine and Russia after Ukraine signs the FTZ agreement with the EU”, where experts discussed the future of
Ukrainian-Russian relations in the event of Ukraine signing…
The majority of the Ukrainian citizens (77.1 percent) believe that pension reform is necessary in Ukraine at present.
The Gorshenin Institute has held a round table devoted to the topic of “Gas relations between Ukraine and Russia” during which experts discussed the prospects for revising the gas contracts and
the future of the Ukrainian gas transportation…
The Gorshenin Institute has held a roundtable dedicated to the topic “The law of Ukraine on electing MPs: pros and cons.” During the event, experts discussed how the composition of the Supreme
Council (Parliament) might look like if lawmakers…
The Gorshenin Institute has interviewed experts about the prospects of cooperation between Ukraine and Russia after a free trade area (FTA) between Ukraine and the EU is set up.
The Gorshenin Institute has conducted a round table discussion called “Lifting Land Sales Ban: a Threat or a Chance”, where experts discussed the prospects of “the land issue” in Ukraine.
The Gorshenin Institute expert, Volodymyr Zastava, thinks that the detention of Tymoshenko at the building of the PGO's Main Investigation Directorate is the last attempt to frighten the leader of
the Yuliya Tymoshenko Bloc.
In response to the expulsion of Czech diplomats from Ukraine, the Czech Republic blamed Ukraine for non-diplomatic behaviour and informed of an intention to act reciprocally.
Job placement and absence of possibilities for self-realization are the most topical problems of modern Ukrainian youth.
More than 60% of students in Ukraine, Russia, Poland and Kazakhstan are interested in social and political life of their countries.
The Gorshenin Institute has conducted an opinion poll asking experts to answer the following question: “Why are Ukrainian Students Less Proud of their Country than their Contemporaries in Poland,
Russia and Kazakhstan?”
The younger generation prefers to watch comedies. This are the results of the international survey "Students - an Image of the Future", conducted by Goeshenin Institute.
A presentation of the results of the four year-long survey carried out by the Gorshenin Institute took place at the Intercontinental hotel on 27 April 2011.
Young people are ready to participate actively in the political process in order to be heard by the authorities. Gorshenin Institute experts have come to this conclusion summarising the results of
the annual program of international case studies…
The feeling of patriotism and pride for their country is still inherent for the majority of today young people.
Majority of Ukrainians (78.3%) consider the Chernobyl NPP as dangerous.
The Gorshenin Institute has conducted a round table discussion called “Setting up Free Trade Zone with Europe or Joining Customs Union with Russia: what Brings Ukraine more Benefit?”
Prior to this week’s visit of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to Ukraine, the Gorshenin Institute asked experts to answer the following question: “What is more beneficial to Ukraine –
setting up a free trade area with the EU or joining…
The current situation is extremely favorable for setting up a free trade area with the European Union, Gorshenin Institute's expert Volodymyr Zastava said.
According to Gorshenin Institute's expert Volodymyr Zastava, the statement on Ukraine's forthcoming entrance into the Customs Union, which was made by the Cabinet of Ministers special envoy for
cooperation with Russia, is provocation.
On the 31st of March, the report "First year of Yanukovich's Presidency. Summary" was presented at the extraordinary meeting of the Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee
in the European Parliament.
The Gorshenin Institute conducted an opinion poll among Ukrainian lawyers to learn the prospects of the probe into the Gongadze case, including the legality of the Prosecutor-General’s Office
charges against former president Leonid Kuchma.
Russia’s biggest bank, Sberbank of Russia, signed a purchase agreement on 11 March 2011 to acquire one of Russia’s biggest investment companies, Troika Dialog. Troika Dialog has a representative
office in Ukraine.
A clear majority of polled Ukrainians (77.6 per cent) express their support to all-Ukrainian protests of teachers.
Currently, Ukraine faces an acute problem with the creation of a land market. However, it is not ruled out that the legislative basis regulating it will be drafted to accommodate certain players,
Vice President of Gorshenin Group Oleksiy Leshchenko…
Most Ukrainians believe nuclear power plants are environmentally unsafe.
The Gorshenin Institute has held a roundtable on the topic «Corporate Conflicts in Ukraine», during which experts discussed ways of resolving corporate conflicts in the country and possible
strategies to combat raiding.
Anticipating the first meeting of the Eastern Partnership’s Parliamentary Assembly (Euronest), Gorshenin Institute asked experts about its potential impact on the development of the EU-Ukrainian
relations, its possible outcome without the…
The Ukrainian parliament of the next convocation will significantly improve its effect on political processes in the country and the struggle to make it to parliament will be more competitive and
tougher, experts of the Gorshenin Institute…
Some 55.7% of Ukrainians believe that men in Ukraine live an easier life than women.
The Gorshenin Institute held a round table discussion Fighting Corruption: Ukrainian Style, where experts discussed the problem of corruption in the country and the ways to combat it.
Ukrainians believe that the nation's economic situation is critical.
The Gorshenin Institute held a round-table discussion Russia-Ukraine-EU: Prospects for Mutual Relations on 17 February 2011 in the framework of the Project “Viktor Yanukovych’s First Year of
The Gorhenin Institute held a round table discussion - Prospects for Ukrainian Business in Russia - on 8 February. Experts and businessmen discussed the most promising areas of cooperation for
Russian and Ukrainian business.
Overwhelming majority of Ukrainians (86.1%) have heard about the explosions in Makeyevka.
The position of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych as to the shale gas entirely goes along with the global and european trend.
Gorshenin Institute has conducted an expert survey among the representatives of investment companies (IC) about the results and the most important events of the year 2010 for the russian business
in Ukraine and also about the prospects for…