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Lithuania's President Gitanas Nauseda on Sunday hailed Kyiv's "ambition" to seek peace in eastern Ukraine but also urged to maintain international pressure on Russia over ceasefire breaches ahead of a four-way summit in Paris.

Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Center

Economic reform is central for today’s Ukraine. The capacity of the Ukrainian nation—leadership and population together—to deliver a modern and efficient economy, if achieved, would constitute the winning asset in the West’s current struggle with Russia in Eastern Europe.

Oleksandr Holubov, Carnegie Moscow Center

President Poroshenko’s failure to move ahead with reforms or to resolve decisively the political crisis in Ukraine has dismayed his U.S. partners. That made for a difficult visit to Washington.

the Lithuania Tribune, DELFI

The current global situation is much more dangerous than it was during the Cold War because the rules that existed then are absent now, and Russia is attempting to force a directionless West to play according to its rules according a leading analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Center.