In the tensed situation in Ukraine today, the Gorshenin Institute experts analyse both the essential senses and the resources used in the political battle occurring today in Ukraine.
The implementation of the forced development has not succeeded.
Ukrainian opposition leaders don`t want to assume responsibility to reform the country, experts say.
Both the power and the protesters on Maidan have completed the preparation for radical developments.
The yesterday’s vote in the Parliament has shown that the opposition has not succeeded in applying the legitimate scenario of reformatting the majority with the consequent adoption of laws, including the one on the government dismissal.
EurActiv asked Oleksii Leshchenko, Vice-President of the Gorshenin Institute to comment on the latest energy developments in Ukraine.
The results of a poll carried out by Gorshenin Institute among participants in the demonstration at Kiev's Independence Square suggest that the chief demand of the protesters is the resignation of the Ukrainian president and the current government…
The regime in Ukraine may be tempted to declare state of emergency and use force, but this scenario is highly undesirable as it may lead to the split of Ukraine and the loss of its statehood. Here the role of the Ukrainian opposition is extremely…
The scenario of introducing the emergency state seems as being launched in Ukraine. Everything depends on the level of the opposition leaders` control over the situation on Maidan.
There were two major scenarios plausible to develop in Ukraine as of the last Friday evening.
Ukrainian authorities will continue implementing a strategy of maneuvering, Gorshenin Institute's president said
"Although European countries are dependent on the import of gas, including from Russia, they have [access to] alternative supplies of this fuel, whereas Ukraine has no options", Oleksiy Leshchenko, vice-president at the Gorshenin Institute…
In an exclusive commentary for Gorshenin Weekly, the Gorshenin Institute's President Vadym Omelchenko said: “The association agreement with Ukraine might become the main geopolitical accomplishment for the current leaders of the European structures…
Ukraine faces problems exporting goods to Russia
On 8 July 2013, a roundtable discussion organized by the Gorshenin Institute was conducted where experts discussed the prospects of shale gas extraction in Ukraine.
On 30 May 2013 the Second National Expert Forum was held in Kyiv: “Ukraine-2013. Agenda”. The Forum was organized by the Gorshenin Institute.
The memorandum on participating in the work of the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Commission is a tactical victory of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in the foreign policy domain. The essence of the victory lies in the fact that…
Ukraine is still a democracy despite some authoritarian tendencies
The sixth forum "Europe-Ukraine" commences with a report by the Gorshenin Institute
The president of the Gorshenin Institute, Vadym Omelchenko, believes that the probability of extending the mandate of the Cox-Kwasniewski mission has increased.
The policy of maneuvering and bluffing is no longer effective in Ukraine's relations with the EU and Russia.
If Ukrainian society and the authorities do not place their stakes on youth in all walks of life, this enormous resource for the country's development will be lost for good.
The EU-Ukraine summit has once again confirmed that this year could prove to be defining for Ukraine's future.
It is highly unlikely today that a bilateral consortium will be set up to manage the Ukrainian gas transport system, the political programme director of the Gorshenin Institute, Yevhen Kurmashov, has told the news and analysis website Lb.ua…
The second phase of the national expert forum "UKRAINE 2013: FORECAST" organized by the Gorshenin Institute took place on 11 February 2013.
The first stage of the national expert forum "UKRAINE-2013: FORECAST" organized by theGorshenin Institute took place on 6 February.
The first stage of the national expert forum "UKRAINE-2013: FORECAST" organized by the Gorshenin Institute took place on 6 February.
The arrival of transnational energy corporations like Shell, Exxon Mobil and Chevron will have a positive effect on the Ukrainian gas market, Volodymyr Zastava, an expert with the Gorshenin Institute, has said on the news TV channel 5 Kanal…