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Konstantyn Fedorenko

About Konstantyn Fedorenko

Konstantyn Fedorenko is a junior research fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation. He was awarded his Master degree in Political Science from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in 2013, and Master of Arts degree in European and European Legal Studies from Europa-Kolleg Hamburg in 2014. Between 2011 and 2013, he worked for the Centre for Society Research as a coder for their Ukrainian Protest and Coercion Data project. He is a frequent contributor to multiple national and international media outlets.

Between the East and West, Geographically and Politically

The story of Ukraine’s 2013-2014 anti-government protests, which started because the then-president Victor Yanukovych declined to sign an Association Agreement with the European Union, is definitely still remembered in Brussels. However, as time passes, the memories of these dramatic events are being increasingly replaced by criticism of Ukraine’s current inability to deliver effective reforms. Where then, does Ukraine stand, today, in its relationship with Europe, how well the country is doing and what does it need? Continue reading Between the East and West, Geographically and Politically