The Center has convened a Round-table " Foreign policy of Ukraine: current state and prospects" at Odesa House of scientists on May 5, 2016.

The panelists have debated the character of Ukraine's foreign policy of today, the degree to which Ukraine can be seen as a subject in international relations, on whether it should be seen as a "client" state, how much "autonomy" Ukraine enjoys in its international policies.

Among other questions under discussion were: what are the priorities for the foreign policy of Ukraine now?; how much it is different from how it was prior to the start of Russian aggression?; what is the correlation of achievements and failures in the foreign policy of the last two years?.

Certain particular dimensions of Ukraine's foreign policy were analyzed and recommendations offered as to how to improve the performance.