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3 Years Later, the U.S. Could Finally Send an Ambassador to Ukraine – FP, 25.04.22
The nomination of career diplomat Bridget Brink comes as Washington begins sending its diplomats back into Ukraine. By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy
Zelenskiy invokes 9/11 in powerful address to US Congress: ‘I have a need’ – The Guardian, 16.03.22
- The Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, pleaded with American lawmakers to do more to protect his country from Russia’s invasion in an address to the US Congress on Wednesday.
U.S. Envoy Offers Limited Lifelines to Local Ukraine Embassy Staff – FP, 22.03.22
State Department tells local employees it left behind that the U.S. will continue paying them for “as long as possible.” By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy, and Christina Lu, an editorial fellow at Foreign Policy
Ro Khanna: Ukraine Will Be Russia’s Afghanistan – FP, 25.02.22
“Concerned about providing lethal aid before the war started,” the Democratic congressman is now more “open” to helping Ukraine. By Colm Quinn, the newsletter writer at Foreign Policy
Biden Administration Debates Legality of Arming Ukrainian Resistance – FP, 24.02.22
Russia could make the case that the United States is a co-combatant. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter, and Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy
The line Biden won’t cross on Ukraine – politico, 23.02.22
The president says he won’t send American troops to battle Russian forces in Ukraine. That, some critics say, is a stance Russia will exploit and China will remember.
Kyiv’s Mixed Messaging Is Rooted in Domestic Worries – FP, 9.02.22
Ukrainians fear Washington will pressure them into accepting unwanted deals. By Vladislav Davidzon, a writer, journalist, and artist who has reported extensively from Ukraine
Is Defending Ukraine Vital to U.S. Security? – FP, 27.01.22
As Putin prepares to invade, Washington and its allies still appear undecided on whether Kyiv is worth fighting for. By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and Matthew Kroenig, deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security
Biden Set for Putin Call to Ease Ukraine Standoff – FP, 29.12.21
The United States is demanding that Russia roll back more than 100,000 troops on Ukraine’s border. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter
White House Delays Moving Military Assistance to Ukraine – FP, 16.12.21
And Congress is getting impatient. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter, and Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy
- Zelenskiy welcomes Biden’s ‘personal role’ on peace in eastern Ukraine – Reuters, 8.12.21
- Ucraina, recunoscătoare pentru sprijinul preşedintelui american Joe Biden: Vom continua să ne coordonăm cu partea americană – 7.12.21
Biden Must Choose Between Appeasement and Deterrence in Ukraine – FP, 9.12.21
Russia’s threat on the Ukrainian border is not a bluff, but forceful U.S. financial sanctions could stop Putin from another land grab. By Nigel Gould-Davies, a senior fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, who served as British ambassador to Belarus from 2007-2009
Ukraine Ready to Fight to ‘Last Drop’ – FP, 8.12.21
But Biden’s talk of accommodating Russia has Congress worried. By Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy, and Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter
Biden Is Running Out of Time to Help Ukraine Fend Off Russia – FP, 6.12.21
Kyiv’s pleas for more U.S. guns to hold off Moscow have prompted a political knife fight in Washington. By Amy Mackinnon, Jack Detsch, Robbie Gramer
The Case for Defending the Little Guy – FP, 2.12
Sticking up for smaller powers and Westphalian principles is worth it. By Danielle Pletka, a distinguished senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
U.S. Eyes Russian Military Movement Near Ukraine – FP, 1.11
Echos of the spring’s equipment movements are seen as tensions escalate between Moscow and Kyiv. By Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy
Ukraine’s President Finally Has His White House Meeting – FP, 1.09
But Volodymyr Zelensky is irked with the administration over its acquiescence in Russia’s big pipeline. By Amy Mackinnon
Ukrainians Worry Biden Will Ditch Them Next – FP, 31.08
The White House meeting is a chance to repair a damaged relationship. By Vladislav Davidzon, a writer, journalist, and artist who has reported extensively from Ukraine
Ukraine Won’t Stop Fighting the Nord Stream Deal – FP, 28.07
Kyiv feels let down by supposed allies in Berlin and Washington. By Vladislav Davidzon, a writer, journalist, and artist who has reported extensively from Ukraine
Oligarchs’ Favorite U.S. Visa Might Not Last – FP, 15.07
Calls are growing louder to fix the “golden visa” program that has flooded the United States with dubious foreign money. By Casey Michel, an investigative reporter based in New York, and Paul Massaro, the policy advisor for counter-kleptocracy at the Helsinki Commission
Wess Mitchell: „Am putea avea de-a face cu o schimbare în plină desfășurare în politica SUA, cu potențiale implicații serioase pentru Ucraina și statele estice ale NATO, precum Polonia și România” – Alexandru Gugoașă, pressone, 13.07
Sen. Shaheen: Ukrainian Officials Are “Anxious” – FP, 8.06
A senior member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Nord Stream 2, Belarus, and Biden’s upcoming summit with Putin. By Amy Mackinnon
In Kyiv, Blinken Shows a New Face for the U.S. – FP, 6.05
After Trump, Biden’s top diplomat works to patch up relations with Ukraine—and with beleaguered U.S. diplomats. By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy.
Russia’s Buildup Near Ukraine Puts Team Biden on Edge – FP, 3.04
Is Russia testing the waters or just testing Biden? By Amy Mackinnon, Jack Detsch, Robbie Gramer
Establishing the American University in Kyiv – 14.12
- The American University Kyiv (AUK) will be a world class private university in Ukraine, opening in September 2021.
- AUK will have access to world-leading curriculum from Arizona State University.
- AUK will bring together investors from Georgia and Ukraine.
- The partnership is co-managed by Cintana Education – a world leader in university design and transformation – which maintains a strategic partnership with Arizona State University. Cintana has developed and launched new universities across Europe, the Americas, and Asia Pacific.
Expanding energy supplies in Ukraine through private sector led gas production & imports – 20.11
Organized by the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) in partnership with Sayenko Kharenko law firm.
- Dale Perry, Managing Director, Energy Resources of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine.
- Maryna Hritsyshyna, Counsel, Energy, Sayenko Kharenko, Kyiv, Ukraine.
- Stepan Kozytskyy, Director Drilling Company“Goryzonty”and Director “Zakhidnadraservis”, Lviv, Ukraine.
- Paweł Pełka, Deputy Director, Transaction Department at PGNiG, Warsaw, Poland.
- Morgan Williams, President & CEO, U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), Washington, D.C. (Moderator).