1. Prospects for the Political and Economic Development of Ukraine’, Austrian Institute for International Affairs and School of Advanced International Affairs, John Hopkins University, Vienna, 7-8 June 2006.
  2. Ukraine’s Parliamentary Election: Who Won? Who Lost?’, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Washington DC, 12 April 2006.
  3. The Ukrainian 2006 Elections: Breakthrough to Democracy or Revenge of the Past’, Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa, at McGill University, Montreal, 28 March 2006.
  4. Civil Society, Youth and Societal Mobilization in Democratic Revolutions: Serbia, Georgia and Ukraine’, Association for the Study of Nationalities, Columbia University, 23 March 2006.
  5. After the Elections: Prospects for Human and Labor Rights’, American Center for International Labor Solidarity, AFL-CIO, 22 February 2006.
  6. Dealing with the Past in Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova’, conference on De-Stalinization: The First 50 Years After Khrushchev’s Secret Speech, George Washington University, 16 February 2006.
  7. Preview of the 2006 Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections’, Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC, 31 January 2006.
  8. New Survey on Ukraine under Yushchenko’, International Foundation for Electoral Systems, Washington DC, 17 January 2006.
  9. The Orange Revolution: A Year After’, American Enterprise Institute, Washington DC, 5 December 2005.
  10. The Ukrainian Orange Revolution: One Year Later’, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, 2 December 2005.
  11. One Year After the Orange Revolution: An Assessment’, Carnegie Endowment, Washington DC, 22 November 2005.
  12. Orange Revolution in Crisis’, Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa, 1 October 2005.
  13. Orange Revolution in Crisis’, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, 21 September 2005.
  14. The Orange Revolution in Ukraine and the Difficult Path Ahead’, United States Association of Former Members of Congress Annual Spring Meeting, Washington DC, 19 May 2005.
  15. 100 Days of Viktor Yushchenko’s Presidency’, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, 11 May 2005.
  16. Serbia-Georgia-Ukraine-Kyrgyzstan: So Who is Next?’, Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Kansas, 28 November 2005.
  17. Ukraine’s Orange Revolution: Causes and Consequences’, Maria Palij Memorial Fund Annual Lecture, Department of History and Center for Russian and East and European Studies, University of Kansas, 28 April 2005.
  18. Media in Ukraine’, Understanding and Analyzing European/Eurasian Media: Implications for US Foreign and Security Policy, George Mason University, 31 March 2005.
  19. Causes of the Orange Revolution’, Carnegie Endowment conference, Kyiv, 10 March 2005.
  20. Ukraine’s New Government and Its Policies’, Carnegie Endowment, Washington DC, 16 February 2005.
  21. Serbia-Georgia-Ukraine: Comparative Democratic Revolutions’, Stanford University, 4 February 2005.
  22. Ukraine’s Democratic Orange Revolution’, Stanford University, 3 February 2005.
  23. Workshop on Democratisation and Elections in Ukraine and Russia, CREES, University of Toronto, 21 January 2005.
  24. Round-Table on the 2004 Presidential Elections, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Boston, 6 December 2004.
  25. Congressional Ukrainian Caucus briefing on Ukrainian Presidential Elections, Washington DC, 10 December 2004. Ed.A.Hewett Forum, The Brookings Institution, November 22, 2004.
  26. Ukraine Presidential Election Focus, Helsinki Commission Briefing, Washington DC, 16 November 2004.
  27. Ukrainian Business and Professional Group, Chicago, November 13, 2004.
  28. Dead Souls or Democratic Society?’, Shevchenko Scientific Society, Washington DC, 31 October 2004.
  29. Ukraine’s 2004 Presidential Elections’, Philadelphia, 30 October 2004.
  30. Ukraine’s 2004 Presidential Elections: Geopolitics, Democratisation and Elite Succession’, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, 29 October 2004.
  31. Defining Ukraine’s Future: The 2004 Presidential Vote’, Voice of America, Washington DC, 26 October 2004. Panel Discussion on the 2004 Elections, Columbia University, October 25, 2004. ‘Ukraine Before the Presidential Elections’, Carnegie Endowment, Washington DC, 20 October 2004.
  32. Ukraine’s 2004 Presidential Elections: Domestic and Foreign Policy Implications’, Austrian Institute International Affairs, Vienna, 15 October 2004. Conference on the Implications of the East European Elections: Ukraine and Belarus’, The Heritage Foundation, Washington DC, September 28, 2004.
  33. Ukraine’s 2004 Presidential Elections: Domestic and Foreign Policy Implications’, Center for Strategic & International Studies, Washington DC, September 23, 2004. Panel discussion on the 2004 elections, The Washington Group, Washington DC, 12 June 204. Panel on the Ukrainian 2004 elections, Kontakt TV, Toronto, 12 May 2004.
  34. Ukraine’s Choice: Democratisation or Authoritarianism’, Union of Journalists, Oslo, 4 May 2004.