relations between Ukraine and NATO   

Oleksii Reznikov

"A disaster for Europe": Reznikov warned about the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Western governments need to impose sanctions on Russia “this moment” rather than after an invasion of Ukraine, the country’s defense minister has said.
Volodymy Zelensky and Antony Blinken

Avoid war, save negotiations: why did Blinken come to Ukraine?

An unexpected visit of the US Secretary of State to Ukraine is hardly just a courtesy visit or a political gesture. The States have two tasks they intend to accomplish. by ILIIA KUSA, UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR THE FUTURE
Russia and Ukraine. Confrontation

This is not the Russian invasion force yet: what is Putin preparing for Ukraine-2. The state of things.

A missile attack, rather than a large-scale Russian invasion that would destroy Ukraine's military-industrial complex and heavy weapons, could be Putin's baseline scenario for Ukraine. by DMITRY PASTERNAK-TARANUSHENKO
Geopolitical scales: Russia, Ukraine, USA, China

Strengthen Ukraine or weaken Russia: what we need from the West

Ukraine needs the West to see in us "European Taiwan" and not "Ukrainian Taliban". by GENADIY DRUZENKO
Ukraine, Russia and USA

Which "Squid Game" is Ukraine played with - Part 5: about Western useful idiots

After the latest talks between Vladimir Putin and Joseph Biden, it has finally become clear that neither the United States nor NATO will take part in the military conflict in defense of Ukraine. by STEFAN ZAKREVSKY
Putin-Biden virtual summit: analysis of the main results

Putin-Biden virtual summit: analysis of the main results

How did the negotiations between Putin and Biden end? Why should we seriously reconsider our foreign policy because of them? Analysis of the main results of the virtual summit. by ILYA KUSA, UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR THE FUTURE
Joseph Biden in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

Putin-Biden conversation: main conclusions for Ukraine

Joining temporarily occupied territories in exchange for little money. The main conclusions of the Putin-Biden meeting. by VADIM DENYSENKO 
Dmytro Kuleba

Kuleba predicted when Ukraine will become a NATO member

Kuleba commented on the prospects for Ukraine's membership in NATO
Where does the path to NATO lead?

Where does the path to NATO lead?

For many years, since the 1990s, our country has been on the path to NATO. This path was not as fast and easy as it seemed then. by VICTOR ZHYKH, YEVHEN ZHYKH