What’s Next for Ukraine?

As a ceasefire between Ukraine and Russia wearily sustains, Ukraine’s government still feels the two-year-old burn of Russia’s unlawful Crimea annexation. And although this defining geopolitical provocation still sets the governments of Moscow and Kiev at odds, Ukraine has many competing priorities. What is the future of economic sanctions on Russia? Can Ukraine defeat corruption and establish rule of law? What are the implications of the other compelling challenges to Europe today? Could they work against Ukraine's urgent needs and interests?

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