From Revolution to Resilience: Ukraine’s Decade-Long Journey to EU Integration Explained by Experts

Ukraine's integration into the European Union is not a mere political process but a pure expression of Ukraine’s commitment to a future defined by freedom, democracy, and shared European values. Last week, alongside Stanislav Vynnytskyi and Anastasiia Pustovarova, outstanding students at IE University, and Francisco De Lasheras Borja, who helped organize this meeting, I was honored to talk with several esteemed experts on Ukraine’s accession to the European Union.

From Pledges to Betrayal: Unmasking the UN Human Rights Council’s Failure

The new vision for the UN Human Rights Council in 2006 was for the Council to replace promises and encourage peace mandates with tangible actions, yet the idea has proven itself to be a visionary’s dream. Almost nothing has changed.

Ex-Ambassador of Ukraine Visits IE University: Discussion on Diplomacy and War in Ukraine

Volodymyr Lakomov, the honorable ex-ambassador of Ukraine visited IE University last month to offer valuable insights on the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian War discussing both historical and cultural aspects behind the cruel conflict. 

World War 3 is Amidst Us and Here Is Why

Believe me when I tell you that World War 3 has started, and we have been at it for a long time. The battlefield has been moved to the East, and countries have exchanged avatars and usernames.

Anna Shatalova

Hello everyone! I am Ukrainian and a first year student studying PPLE. I am very interested in studying sociopolitical topics that concern human rights and political systems in which our world is organized. I am excited to cover today’s pending social debates and share information on some very interesting events happening in the IE tower! I’m always happy to discuss and connect with people, so don’t hesitate to contact me.
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