||Віктор Чумак: щодо передвиборчої програми об'єднаної опозиції|
||Віктор Чумак: Про стан та перспективи розвитку Воєнної організації та сектору безпеки України|
||Віктор Чумак: Ситуація в антикорупційній політиці|
||Viktor Chumak: it is simply unreal to create in Ukraine by 2017 an army, which a non aligned country should have|
Director of UIPP on the Ukrainian Army reform
||Volodymyr Nikitin: Ukrainian education should focus on the intellectual future|
Deputy Director of UIPP in an interview for Krayina (The Country) magazine
||Liza Baran: Negotiation culture - a new front of competition|
Deputy Director of UIPP
||Viktor Chumak: law enforcement is a tool of political struggle|
Director of UIPP in an interview for LIGABusinessInform
||Who needs primaries and how should they be conducted?|
Experts of UIPP Ivan Presniakov and Viktor Chumak for “Ukrainian Pravda”
||Viktor Chumak: Europe will provide asylum to all people who will turn to it with certain motives |
Director of UIPP on granting political asylum to Ukrainians in other countries
||Viktor Chumak: Ukraine has not lived a single day as a democratic country|
Director of UIPP on the role of democracy in society
||Volodymyr Nikitin: university should be built into a social design of state |
Deputy Director of UIPP Volodymyr Nikitin on the university education in Ukraine
||Director of UIPP: Ukraine is not ready for a two-party system|
Viktor Chumak on electoral system
||Viktor Chumak: Of all the possible electoral systems there was chosen the worst combination in Ukraine |
Director of UIPP on the new electoral system
||Ivan Presniakov: All the fight against corruption turns into the fight with opposition|
Director of Program "Political Process and Good Governance" on corruption in Ukraine
||Director of UIPP on the tasks of opposition|
Viktor Chumak gave an interview to the news agency "Holos.ua"
||Volodymyr Nikitin: the future starts here|
Deputy Director of UIPP for the magazine "Focus"
||On biometric passports and more ... |
Viktor Chumak for Ukrainian Truth (Ukrayinska Pravda)
||The introduction of biometric passports in Ukraine has pitfalls|
Viktor Chumak on the peculiarities of introducing documents with biometric data
||Viktor Chumak: We expect a sharp confrontation between the government and opposition.|
Director of UIPP on the new political season
||Viktor Chumak: the National Security and Defense Council does have the future.|
||Ukraine 2020: Things are Still Where They Started|
||This is not reform, this is an interest-based repair |
Experts of Ivan Presniakov and Viktor Chumak on reform
||Order for Change has disappeared in Ukraine |
Viktor Chumak on pension reform
||Ukraine is a country with negative attitude to intelligence|
Volodymyr Nikitin on Ukrainian system of education
||What will happen with registration of citizens by place of residence?|
Director of UIPP on possible cancellation of registration
||Up the ladder that leads down ... About degradation of the electoral system in Ukraine|
Article by Director of UIPP Viktor Chumak for “Dzerkalo Tyzhnia”
||Implementation of Kharkiv agreements: Free cheese is only in a mouse trap|
Comment by the UIPP director for Gazeta.ua
||Changes in the National Security and Defense Council and the Presidential Administration: continuation of the administrative reform or its semblance? |
Article by Viktor Chumak for Ukrainska Pravda (Ukrainian Truth)
||Strategic Flexibility a Key Issue for Ukraine in Trade Relations with Russia and the EU|
Article by associated analyst Maksym Bugriy for Foreign Policy Journal
||The biggest problem in formation of Migration Service is a corruption factor|
Director of the Ukrainian Institute for Public Policy Viktor Chumak about migration policy
||Public demand for combating corruption - the basis of fight against corruption|
Director of the UIPP on how we should fight corruption at Radio Era
||Administrative reform: moving away from the course?|
Article by Viktor Chumak and Ivan Presniakov for Ukrayinska Pravda
||The state creates a sense of danger for its citizens|
Director of UIPP Viktor Chumak about the challenges facing Ukraine
||Адміністративна реформа - це головний запобіжник корупції в колах чиновництва|
Director of the UIPP on anti-corruption policy on the “Era” Radio
||Kyiv fears sanctions from West|
Viktor Chumak for the Independent Newspaper January 11, 2011
||Fighting corruption is postponed?|
In the press centre of Glavkom were talking director of the Ukrainian Institute for Public Policy Viktor Chumak and former Comissioner of the Cabinet of Ministers for anti-corruption policy issues Yuriy Sukhov.
||Power block - beyond reform?|
Article for the socio-political weekly Mirror by UIPP experts Viktor Chumak, Ivan Presniakov and Maxim Buhriy.
||How can European integration contribute to reforms in Eastern Partnership countries?|
Report by Viktor Chumak for International conference on European prospects in the context of Eastern Partnership, Yerevan
||Huge political maneuvering around small business|
||Will the role of the Council of National Security and Defense change in Yanukovych power vertical?|
||Ukraine - out of NATO, Russia - to NATO|
||The new Rada will be elected by a mixed system|
Parliamentary elections will take place in 2011, if by that time the electoral system is changed. If Parliamentary elections are held by the old, proportional system, they will have no sense, because after the Constitution was changed there exists no coalition of deputy factions.
||Not so frightful is the readmission as it is pictured|
January 1, 2010 provisions of the Agreement between Ukraine and the European Community concerning readmission of third country nationals came into effect. Before that, throughout 2009 some politicians were scaring us, that Ukraine would become a cesspool for illegals from all over the world and we would have to accept from the EU about 150 thousand migrants each year, that we would have to support them at the expense of the state budget and yet try to send them back home for funds of Ukrainian taxpayers.
||Reforms in Ukraine – does the President still have a chance?|
Implementation of reforms seems to be an extremely hard task. But it is only at first sight, and if you are not aware of the process of implementing changes that is universal. It was summed up and verified in practice by the Harvard Business School professor, expert on leadership and change management, John Cotter.
||Russia and the EU are interested in foreign trade integration of Ukraine - who will be ahead?|
The last statement of the Minister of Economy of Ukraine Vasyl Tsushko about Ukraine’s accession to the Customs Union being unfavourable to its members - Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan shows Ukraine’s reluctance to deviate from previously agreed with the WTO conditions. Because of this, Russia is interested in foreign trade integration jointly with Ukraine through a multilateral Free Trade Area (FTA) of CIS.
||Ukrainian security sector and authorities’ struggle for control over the security forces|
Ukrainian politics is characterized by internal tensions and corruption, where noble objectives of the reforms are subjected to more urgent needs for maintenance and accretion of personal power base.
||The end of the political season: Have we reached the limits of power? |
The end of the first political season for Victor Yanukovych in the status of the President didn’t give the final answer to the question of what will be the scope of his authority, and what for in general he needs his power. Answers to these questions will be given by actions of the government during the new political season concerning abolishment of the political reform and holding of local elections.
||Priorities for the new government concerning democracy in Ukraine|
Successful attempts to swerve from the democratic path demonstrate that democracy in Ukraine always remained a colossus with feet of clay, and the successes of democratization of the country during 2005 - 2009 were illusive.
||President of Ukraine has signed the Law On Principles of Domestic and Foreign Policy in which Ukraine is defined as a non-aligned country. What does a non-aligned status mean and does Ukraine really needs it? |