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Niklas Bernsand: In 2008 the city of Chernivtsi in Ukrainian Bukovina celebrated its 600th anniversary. The greetings to the city and its inhabitants, calling for myths to become reality, from long-time mayor (1994-2011) Mykola Fedoruk, were published in full in some local newspapers. As could be expected from an anniversary speech…

Petra Švardová: This article is focused on the heritage from the communist era in the Central and Eastern Europe as well as the transformation and new interpretation of this heritage in the contemporary European context. Special attention is given to the Ukrainian way of transition and Europeanisation in the cultural domain.

Melinda  Harlov: Cultural policy and coherent system of cultural institutions would facilitate the Europeanization process of the country as well as strengthen national identity. It is important to conduct a survey on the current situation…

Maksym Mykhaylenko: On January 22, 2016 the former Swedish MFA Carl Bildt has praised Ukraine for its profound reform at WEF16 in Davos, Switzerland. One of EU Eastern Partnership (EaP) kickstarters, Carl Bildt undoubtedly remains one of the most enthusiastic promoters of Ukraine’s ‘Europeanization’, i.e. modernization-through-association process. To read more…

Oleg Surovtsev: Having explored abundant different historic sources, documents, the recollections of the people who had survived the Holocaust, previous researches of Ukrainian and foreign scholars, the author investigated to a full extent the events and processes that had taken place involving Bukovynian Jews during the Second World War.

Inna Kubay: The project of the European economic and political integration is the main source of the political contradictions both within the EU and beyond. The active European debates are still going on. The idea of a traditional nation-state is more comfortable for many Eurosceptics whereas the idea of imagined…

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Nataliya Kryvoruchko: In the article the principles and factors of strategic culture formation are analyzed, the main features of European strategic behavior are distinguished. Based on the theoretical researches of Oxford University scientists the fundamental problems of strategic culture constructing in Ukraine are defined, namely: lack of national security paradigm,…

Sergii Bostan: Intensifying of globalization processes, social, political and economic integration at the European continent led to the necessity to review current approaches towards the borderlands and transborder cooperation. Borders which have been a subject of international dispute and military conflicts for centuries have to become areas for economic development…