Sibylline Insight Series
Sibylline Podcast – Ukraine – Presidential elections likely to drive policy uncertainty

Sibylline Podcast – Ukraine – Presidential elections likely to drive policy uncertainty

March 14, 2019

On 31 March, Ukraine will hold presidential elections, with the race currently too close to call. Incumbent Petro Poroshenko, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy are leading the polls with a second round likely. This podcast will assess the key issues of the campaign and determine the impact of the uncertainty surrounding the election's outcome.

 

Key points include:

 

  • Direction of the Donbas conflict over 2019
  • Scope for reform beyond the elections
  • Russia's response to the uncertain election outcome

We hope you enjoy the podcast and welcome questions and feedback. Please get in touch at info@sibylline.co.uk

Sibylline Podcast – Ukraine – Growing Tensions with Russia Shape Pre-Election Environment

Sibylline Podcast – Ukraine – Growing Tensions with Russia Shape Pre-Election Environment

December 11, 2018

The 25 November seizure of three Ukrainian naval vessels by Russian forces in the Kerch Strait has further exacerbated tensions between Kyiv and Moscow, with Ukraine implementing martial law and banning Russians from entering the country.

In this podcast we look at how these events are shaping the operating environment ahead of the 31 March presidential election and look at the risks of further disruption, the threat to government stability, and impacts on regional business operations.

Key points include:

  • Analysis of the Azov incident and subsequent Ukrainian reactions
  • The implications of the measures in Ukraine and the region
  • A look ahead to Ukraine’s elections and potential flashpoints.

We hope you enjoy the podcast and welcome questions and feedback. Please get in touch at info@sibylline.co.uk