Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko decided on 16 May to block access in Ukraine to several Russian websites. This is a measure aimed against Kremlin-controlled tools of influence on Ukrainian society, writes James Wilson. It could also be a double edged sword as blocking internet access is a tool often employed by Russia itself, and is […]

“Ukraine is always nearly there,” said Energy Charter Secretariat Co-ordinator Marat Terterov, “But then there is a hitch before achieving the point of arrival.” He was talking at a Round Table meeting on Ukraine’s Electricity Sector and the new Electricity Law of Ukraine that is at the committee stage of reading in Ukraine’s Parliament, the […]

The Ukrainian nuclear power generating company “Energoatom” and Holtec International (“Holtec”) have concluded an amendment to the contract for the construction of the Central Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility (CSFSF) in Ukraine, to receive spent fuel from three of Ukraine’s nuclear power plants (NPPs) on 26 January in Brussels. The President of NNEGC Energoatom, Yuriy Nedashkovskyi, […]

The war of the President of the Russian Federation in Ukraine has plumbed new depths. When President Vladimir Putin invaded Crimea in February 2014, much violence was avoided; this was partly because the professional soldiers from Russia and Ukraine involved were neighbours with families living in the same communities and children at the same schools. […]