“Attitudes to European integration in Donbas: countering the myth of a ‘pro-Russian’ region” – article by Kateryna Zarembo, Oksana Lemishka, Christoforos Pissarides, Alexander Guest for New Eastern Europe magazine, 12.02.2021.
“The evolution of Russian hybrid warfare – Ukraine” – a chapter written for Center for European Policy Analysis research by Kateryna Zarembo and Serhiy Solodky, on the Kyiv Post website, 31.01.2021.
Against COVID-19 and for democracy: what do the ratings of the most influential women of 2020 tell (in Ukrainian)
“Against COVID-19 and for democracy: what do the ratings of the most influential women of 2020 tell” – article by Kateryna Zarembo for the platform “Povaha. Campaign against sexism in the Ukrainian media and politics”,16.12.2020.
Deeply hidden concern. How the EU and Russia are taking into account their Euromaidan experience when reacting to protests in Belarus (in Ukrainian)
“Deeply hidden concern. How the EU and Russia are taking into account their Euromaidan experience when reacting to protests in Belarus” – article by Kateryna Zarembo for Texty.org.ua, 22.10.2020.
Kateryna Zarembo shared her experience of online teaching and learning in the article “How I studied and taught online. The story of a lecturer of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” for Texty.org.ua, 12.08.2020.
Comment for Radio Culture on the consequences of withdrawal from international agreements, what will happen if Ukraine withdraws from the Minsk agreements, and how the Budapest Memorandum works,03.06.2020.
Life after the catastrophe: how the pandemic changed the political mood of the Italians (in Ukrainian)
“Life after the catastrophe: how the pandemic changed the political mood of the Italians” – Kateryna Zarembo’s article at “European Pravda”, 13.05.2020.
“Eastern Partnership Review: Time for the EU to Aim High” – Kateryna Zarembo’s contribution to the Polis180’s publication “Eastern Partnership – Eastern Perspectives”, 28.04.2020.
Can Ukraine afford to help Italy in the fight against Covid-19? Kateryna Zarembo explains in her comment for hromadske.ua.
Kateryna Zarembo commented on the Russian humanitarian cargo to Italy, notably which covert goals in the EU and NATO Russia may pursue under the cover of humanitarian assistance.