One year ago, the election of Volodymyr Zelensky as the president of Ukraine made the headlines: not only was he a comedian with no previous political experience but he was also elected with a whopping majority. Today, however, polls show that Ukrainians are falling out of love with their president. Economic problems, corruption, the war in Donbass and difficult relations with Russia remain severe concerns. In addition to this, Ukrainians are worried about the government’s management of the COVID-19 crisis and the wildfires spreading close to radioactive dumps near Chernobyl. This dossier takes stock of the country’s domestic, regional and international situation one year after Zelensky’s landslide victory. What has the president achieved so far? Which are the most severe challenges ahead? What role do international actors play in shaping Ukraine’s domestic and foreign policies?