HackUkraine is a special project of the foreign-policy think tank ADASTRA aimed at broadening often narrow understanding of Ukrainian politics, the legal system, and economic development. Initially, ADASTRA`s foremost ambition was to open the world to Ukraine, and now it is high-time to HackUkraine for the World. Our seasoned experts will deliver research on the main political, legal, and economic issues discussed openly or sometimes off-the-record behind closed doors in monthly digests.

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A particular form of digest may vary depending on the most suitable option for a comprehensive issue coverage. Generally, a subscriber will be provided with separate research materials on the recent shifts in political, legal, and economic environment in Ukraine. Yet, if any event or tendency is too significant to be ignored, an in-depth analysis covering those three aspects will be offered simultaneously.
In comparison to many Ukrainian media, HackUkraine`s digests provide a coherent picture without trying to spread disinformation or lobbying someone’s interests.


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    Our analysis focuses on the following issues:
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    Energy Policy & the Energy Sector
    Military & the Security Studies
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    Major Political Parties
    Economic Policy
    Informational Policy
    Environmental Policy
    New Legislation


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After having purchased an annual subscription, customers (individuals as well as enterprises, research institutions, NGOs, embassies, governmental agencies) will receive digests on the recent major political, legal or economic issues in Ukraine by email once a month. 
In the case of institutional subscription, the number of employees eligible for receiving a digest is not limited. As for educational institutions, the mechanism remains the same: academic administration is responsible for purchasing an institutional subscription.


  • What is HackUkraine?

    HackUkraine is a special project of the foreign-policy think tank «ADASTRA» aimed at broadening an often narrow understanding of Ukrainian politics, legal system, and economic development. Initially, ADASTRA`s foremost ambition was to open the world to Ukraine, and now it is high-time to HackUkraine for the World. In monthly digests (20-30 pages each), our seasoned experts will deliver research on the main political, legal, and economic issues discussed openly or sometimes off-the-record behind closed doors.

  • What is ADASTRA?

    ADASTRA" is the first Ukrainian independent think tank with expertise in international relations, international law and economics. It’s research covers all international topics, including those missing in the Ukrainian-and Russian-speaking media space, such as French space policy or Japanese foreign policy, Oceania insurgency, and many other. The think tank collaborates with various national as well as foreign (Polish, Lithuanian, Hungarian) media, radio stations, TV-channels, embassies, MPs, governmental bodies, trade chambers and numerous research institutions from the whole world (Canada, USA, Argentina, Nigeria, Pakistan, Malaysia, Georgia, Germany, Belgium, Latvia, Spain, France, etc).

  • Who finances ADASTRA?

    ADASTRA is committed to diversifying as wide as possible its funding sources. ADASTRA greets individual donations, but they are relatively small as we are not affiliated with any particular political and financial group, being our chief donor. Most of our earnings come from ADASTRA independent projects, helping us pursue our work, such as HackUkraine.

  • Who is writing HackUkraine?

    HackUkraine is written by a group of ADASTRA Senior Fellows, Associate Fellows, and outsource experts, who advise us on specific issues, enabling HackUkraine team to cover all needed information. Our experts regularly communicate with MPs, civil servants, or entrepreneurs to better understand Ukraine's political, legal, and economic situation to be further described in our digest.

  • Who may be interested in HackUkraine?

    HackUkraine attracts a wide range of subscribers from business executives, NGO workers, foreign think tanks, decision-makers, investors to politicians, journalists, diplomats, research analysts, political observers, or virtually anyone interested in Ukraine.

  • Why should I subscribe to HackUkraine?

    In the modern fake news world, it is crucial to get information about the real state of affairs. Our experts create a depth-in analysis of the current political environment in Ukraine and present a unique take on the issues, mixing the understanding of the situation and verified insights. ADASTRA is a reputable independent and impartial think tank: we would never put our reputation at stake, presenting you lobbying or biased pieces.

  • How often would I get HackUkraine?

    At the beginning of each month we will send you a new HackUkraine digest per email

  • How do I purchase a subscription?

    After clicking the «Subscribe» button and filling the contact form, your request will be relocated to our servers. In no time you will receive payment instructions by email.

  • Is it possible to order a custom research on any particular issue?

    Sure, with the help of in-house experts and an abundant outsource net, our think-tank and «HackUkraine» project in particular are capable of covering a good deal of topics (e.g., infrastructure, construction industry, energy, agriculture, space policies, defence industry). The price is established only after a first-look analysis of the research complexity.

  • Where would you spend my subscription fee?

    Your subscription fee enables Think Tank ADASTRA to explore new research activities, organize more panel discussions, engage prominent Ukraine experts, prepare recommendations for Ukrainian state bodies, and do many more things to make Ukraine a global international relations player.

  • How to get in contact with us?

    E-mail HackUkraine

    E-mail ADASTRA


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Beyond east versus west: Ukraine must go global

Ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Ukrainian foreign policy has searched for answers to the question of how to build a relationship with the Western world while at the same time reinventing ties with the Kremlin. Due to this preoccupation with rival “Western” and “Eastern” foreign policy trajectories, many in Kyiv have failed to notice that the wider international system has undergone dramatic changes. Days of Pax Americana, when the White House could determine game`s rules, have given way to a chapter defined by multipolar chaos.


Taras Prodaniuk

How to strengthen Ukraine-Canada relations

Throughout the history of Ukrainian independence, it is not easy to cite an example of more friendly and reliable relations aimed at the development of Ukrainian statehood without infringing on its sovereignty. However, relationship between Ukraine and Canada, like any existing process, needs constant development. The article reviews three most important tracks of these relations and features the recommendations to strengthen them. 


Artur Koldomasov

Ukraine’s information policy needs to be overhauled to combat both external and internal threats

We live in a society driven by information, and its delivery is the media’s main responsibility. In Ukraine, television is the most trusted source of news for most of the Ukrainian public. But an analysis of the country’s media market easily reveals major flaws in its information policy. This is especially critical to Ukraine’s national security while it remains at war with Russia and its pro-Moscow separatist allies. For that reason, the current policy has to be perfected and revamped.

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