P. Poroshenko, V. Groysman, N. Savchenko, Y. Lutsenko and Y. Timoshenko were the most frequently mentioned politicians in the media in 2018.
The Ukrainian Institute for Policy Analysis and Management created the final rating of the activity and presence in the media of leading Ukrainian politicians and public figures in 2018.
Ukrainian Institute of Analysis and Management of Policy created the final analysis of 179 Ukrainian political scientists’ and political experts’ quotation in the Internet (including audio-and videoquotation) of 2018.
1. Quantitative review.
Rating of Ukrainian political experts’ media popularity by the results of 2018.
In continuation of the work on the Rating of Public Persons and the Citation Rating of Political Experts, the Ukrainian Institute for Analysis and Management of policy prepared an overview of the presence of Ukrainian analytical and expert centers (“think – tanks”) in electronic media according to the results 2018.
Ruslan Bortnik, Director of the Ukrainian Institute of Analysis and Management of Policy (UIAMP) Maxim Semenov Expert, UIAMP Xenophobia, Radical Nationalism and Hate Speech in 2017-18 in Ukraine (Report on the program "Xenophobia, radicalism and hate crimes in Europe, 2017-18”)
Ukrainian Institute of Analysis and Management of policy summarized the results of monitoring of the citing Ukrainian political experts in 2015 in the media. Throughout the year, we monthly analyzed mentions about 125 leading political expert in terms of number, dynamics, topics and language of the citation.
Ukrainian institute of analysis and management summarized the monitoring of Ukrainian analytical and expert centers ( "think-tanks") in 2015 in the electronic media. During 4 months (September- December 2015) we have been analyzing the citation of more than 50 leading political centers of Ukraine.
The War in Eastern Ukraine. Analytical issue.
Analytical issue #11
SECTION 1: The War in Eastern Ukraine
Phone calls between relatively low-level diplomats are normally not newsworthy. But Monday’s conversation between U.S. Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin on the simmering conflict in Ukraine is an exception. The bilateral nature of the conversation and its timing amid mounting claims of cease-fire violations from the Ukrainian government and separatist forces makes it uniquely significant.
In the issue of political integration of the Donbass, the principles of which were established by the first and the second Minsk Agreements, broken a lot of political and propaganda copies. But, unfortunately, a true expert dialog concerning the models of such integration still doesn’t exist.