Volodymyr Fesenko - Ukrainian political scientist, chairman of the board of the Center for Applied political research "Penta". Winner of the "Celebrity Awards 2020" in the category "Political scientist of the year".
He studied at the Faculty of history Kharkiv State University, graduated with honors.
1986-completed postgraduate studies in Kyiv state university named after T. G. Shevchenko,
PhD in philosophy. 1998-trained at the Harriman Institute (Columbia University, USA).
2000-trained in Queens University (Kingston, Canada).
1981-2001-taught at higher educational institutions in Kharkiv.
1990-2000 - associate professor of the Department of history of Ukraine and political science in Ukrainian engineering and pedagogical academy.
1999-2002 - associate professor of the Department of applied sociology, faculty of sociology, Kharkiv National University named after V. N. Karazin.
2001-2003-deputy director of the Penta political consulting Bureau.
From January 2003 to the present — Chairman of the board of the Center for Applied political research "Penta".
It is impossible to name the date of granting the map to Ukraine, but movement in this direction is inevitable
Granting Ukraine a map (NATO Membership Action Plan - ED.) will be the next logical step towards NATO membership, said Democratic Senator Chris Murphy. However, in order to name the date of granting the map to Ukraine, you need to get a roadmap from the North Atlantic alliance.