Ukraine’s future is in Europe and the West. As we look toward cementing Ukraine’s place in the Euro-Atlantic structures, it raises a number of key questions about the future. What will Ukraine bring to Europe’s security structures? How will transatlantic institutions change to bring Ukraine in? What is the timeline for Ukraine’s EU accession? How will Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and the Western Balkans change the EU? What is the future of Europe’s security architecture and what will that architecture look like 30 years from now? How will US and Europe continue to support Ukraine? This initiative draws on the Wilson Center's vast expertise to provide scholarship-driven analysis of the challenges and opportunities for Ukraine’s future in Europe.
...the European Union
Including the European Single Market, relations with individual EU member states, EU enlargement, and the European Political Community
...NATO & Transatlantic Security Architecture
Including Ukraine's path to NATO membership, the future of the OSCE, and continued military support for Ukraine
...US and European Support for Ukraine
How the US and Europe are supporting Ukraine, including providing military equipment, training Ukrainian soldiers, and assisting with economic support
Two Years of War in Ukraine: Timeline to Invasion
February 24, 2024 will mark the second year of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. On that day, Russian military forces launched a full-scale invasion, which has since left thousands of Ukrainians dead and millions displaced. As the second year of the war comes to a close and the discussions on continued support for Ukraine’s efforts to end the Russian aggression intensify, it is necessary to remember how it all unfolded. The Wilson Center's Ukraine in Europe initiative prepared a timeline of key events leading up to the invasion, showcasing the unwavering transatlantic commitment to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people.Learn More
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