Ukraine since Crimea: Reforms amid Conflict and War

Ukraine since Crimea: Reforms amid Conflict and War

On April 8 2016 UI’s Russia Programme arranged a discussion on Ukraine’s domestic challenges.

Following the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014, Ukraine’s political and economic situation has changed dramatically. At the same time, Ukraine is also facing difficulties in its reform process.

How can these challenges be handled? What are the potential risk factors and different paths ahead? 

Yevhen Fedchenko, co-founder of the fact-checking website, is Director of the Mohyla School of Journalism at National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. He is an expert on media and Russian disinformation campaigns. Fedchenko’s presentation will focus on the current relations between Ukraine and Russia. 

Maxim Eristavi is co-founder and journalist with Hromadske TV, an Internet television station in Ukraine. His presentation will focus on current reforms and political developments in Ukraine.

The seminar was moderated by Martin Kragh, Senior Reseach Fellow and Head of UI’s Russia Programme.


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