Contexto político y económico (especial Ucrania)

Análisis generales

1. Opiate of the masses? Social standards in Ukraine and the EU. Maxym Boroda, 2010, ICPS

2. Political Risks and Political Stability in Ukraine. January 2010, UCIPR

3. Ukraine Nations in Transit Report 2009. Oleksandr Sushko and Olena Prystayko

4. Ukraine in Europe: Questions and Answers. Dr. Olexiy Haran, November 2009, University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy

5. Five Years after the Orange Revolution in Ukraine: Back to the Future?Alexander Rahr, German Council on Foreign Relations, October 2009

6. Political corruption in Ukraine. Razumkov Center, National Security and Defense №7 (111), 2009

7. Present-day challenges to Ukraine’s security. Razumkov Center, National Security and Defense №2 (106), 2009

8. Ukraine: Quo Vadis?. Sabine Fisher, Rosaria Puglisi, Kataryna Wolczuk, Pawel Wolowski, February 2008, Institute for Security Studies

9. República de Ucrania. Abril 200. Monografía del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de España

Cuestiones energéticas

1. The 2010 Gas Conflict: To be or not to be?. Tetiana Polyvana, 29 December, 2009 ICPS

2. Joining the Energy Community: A Way for Ukraine to secure Gas Supplies?. Tetiana Polyvana, 21 December, 2009, ICPS

3. Ukraine and Energy Community: The law of attraction of energy. Daria Ryabkova,November, 2009, ICPS

4. The complexity of the Russian-Ukrainian Energy Relations. Agata Loskot-Strachota,February, 2009, ISS

5. Diversification projects in Ukraine’s energy sector: state, problems and ways of achievement. Razumkov Center, National Security and Defense №6 (110), 2008

6. There will be no alternative to transit via Ukraine before 2020. Interview with Volodymyr Saprykin, Director, Energy Programmes, Razumkov Center, 09 February 2008

7. Ukraine: Lynchpin for European Energy Security. Natalia Shapovalova, FRIDE, 01 August, 2008

Opinión Pública

1. Ukraine´s National Elections – A Problem of Democracy?.
Erin Carriere-Kretschmer. 14 January, 2010, Pew Global Attitudes Project

Findings from a September 2009 survey by the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes project show that Ukrainians are not only disenchanted with their current leadership and economic situation; they are also broadly dissatisfied with the democratic and capitalist systems that evolved after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. In fact, of the former Eastern bloc publics surveyed, Ukrainians are the most unhappy with the transition to a democracy and free markets.

2. Dissatisfaction and Disillusionment in Ukraine: Findings from an IFES 2008 Survey. October 2008, International Foundation for Electoral Systems

3. FOM: Public Opinion Foundation. Public Opinions Database

4. Razumkov Center. Public Opinions Database

5. Research and Branding Group. Public Opinions Database