House Ukraine Caucus Resolution Against Russia in PACE Introduced

Co-Chairs of the Bipartisan Congressional Ukraine Caucus Representatives Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), Mike Quigley (D-IL), Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), and Andy Harris (R-MD), introduced a bipartisan House resolution condemning the Council of Europe’s decision to restore...

Support USUF! – 2019 Annual Campaign Ends Soon

The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation’s programs support the People of Ukraine!  They depend on your generosity! Your generous support for the Foundation's work is requested at this critical time in Ukraine's history.  A gift at this time will enable us to continue the...

Foundation’s FOUN Task Force Joins in a Three-way Discussion

Speakers from Washington, D.C., Kyiv and Brussels discussed Ukrainian foreign policy priorities for newly elected President Volodymyr Zelensky during a telecast organized by the German Marshall Fund, and supported by the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation as well as the...

USUF at 7th Annual US-Ukraine Report Card Summit

Several representatives of the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF) shared their expertise at this year’s U.S.-Ukraine Working Group Summit: Providing Ukraine with an Annual Report Card conference, which assessed Ukraine’s progress in political and economic development as...

USUF Communications Advisor Lectures in Ukraine

Last month, Adrian Karmazyn (U.S.-Ukraine Foundation communications advisor) was a guest lecturer at the Department of Foreign Nations Modern and Contemporary History of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, at the Journalism Department of Ivan Franko National...

Legislation Concerning Ukraine Still Pending in U.S. Congress

In Washington, among the pieces of legislation being considered by Congress, which are of interest to Ukraine -- and those who realize how critically important Ukraine’s sovereignty and success are to the United States’ own best security interests – are the Fiscal...

Michael Strank – A Profile of a Ukrainian-American Hero

By visiting Grave 7179, Section 12, in Arlington National Cemetery, one can find the headstone of Michael Strank, a United States Marine Corps Sergeant who served and was killed in World War II. Strank, a son of Ukrainian immigrants, is remembered as more than just a...

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick Honored in Philadelphia

The Greater Philadelphia Area Ukrainian American community gathered on Thursday, May 23, 2019, to pay tribute to a leader in Congress and good friend of Ukraine, Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick. The Ukrainian Federation of America (UFA) hosted its Annual Award Reception...

Participation of Ukrainian Women in Military Service Grows

More than five years after the armed conflict in the Donbas region of Ukraine began, the engagement of women in the Ukrainian military has significantly increased in both combat and noncombat roles. As of this year, it’s estimated that 57,000 women are serving in the...

War and Human Rights in Ukraine’s Occupied Territories

Lest we forget – Moscow continues to engage in appalling behavior in Ukraine, violating international norms of civilized behavior with impunity.   It seems that with all of the understandable focus on Ukraine’s elections and the inauguration of the new president,...

USUF at Innovation Spring in Lviv

The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation participated in the annual Innovation Spring forum held at Lviv Polytechnic University’s Tech Startup School.  The event provided the opportunity for USUF’s Christina Redko and Adrian Karmazyn to promote the Foundation’s Biotechnology...

Kharkiv Music Fest Artistic Director Visits USUF

Stanislav Khristenko, the Artistic Director of the Kharkiv Music Fest, an annual classical music festival held in Ukraine’s “Second City,” recently visited the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation and shared information about this cultural extravaganza.  This year’s two-week-long...

Ukraine’s Presidential Elections: Winners, Losers, Observations

So, after a contentious election campaign, Volodymyr Zelensky has been elected overwhelmingly as Ukraine’s sixth president. Most of the Washington policy community – like the vast majority of the Ukrainian diaspora – would have preferred a continuation of the...

Thank You, USUF Spring Semester Interns!

The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF) expresses its deep gratitude to our Spring semester interns -- Alida Blendonohy, Morgan Elizabeth Bucholz and Lydia Korostelova (pictured above, R to L) -- for their invaluable assistance over the past few months. From covering...

Putin’s War on Ukraine and the Parallels with Chornobyl

In the coming days, we will recall the horrific Chornobyl disaster, pointing to the lessons we should have learned while drawing direct comparisons between the Kremlin's role then and its role in today's war on independent Ukrainian soil. We will review the stock and...

USUF President at Kyiv Security Forum

Nadia K. McConnell, President of the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation, spoke on a panel titled "A World in Disarray" at the 12th annual Kyiv Security Forum. The yearly event was launched by the Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation in 2007. Since then, the Forum has become...

Ukraine Voters Lack Information on Presidential Frontrunner’s Views

With less than two weeks left before Ukrainian voters make a final decision on who will be their president for the next five years, the Transatlantic Task Force on Elections and Civil Society in Ukraine held an international teleconference devoted to the results of...

USUF Forum Examines Measures to Bolster Ukraine

At a forum at the U.S. Capitol organized by the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF), the Friends of Ukraine Network (FOUN) task forces on National Security, Economic Security, and Democracy and Civil Society presented their Priority Recommendations for U.S. Assistance to...

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