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ROMANIA: SECURITY STRATEGIES AND POLICIES AFTER 2014

The general approach to security in Romania went through a process of significant evolution in the last century although the events of 2008 in Georgia and 2014 have accelerated the process of such evolution. Strengthening Trans-Atlantic bonds, perceiving the security situation in the wider Black Sea region as a challenge to Romania’s national security and […]

SECURITY ENVIRONMENT CHANGED: IMPLICATIONS FOR UKRAINE

The year 2014 became a watershed for changes in the security discourse in Ukraine, which resulted both in the adoption of new strategic documents and practical steps for enhancing national security and defence. The article presents the evolution of strategic documents in Ukraine since 2010, underlines the main differences between the National Security Strategies adopted […]

EUROPEAN UNION: SECURITY STRATEGIES AND POLICIES AFTER 2014

The aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine made leaders of the European Union reconsider its relations with Russia, and the key requirement is respect for international law that envisages the restoration of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as to think of the strengthening of its own security policy. In June 2014, the […]

UNITED KINGDOM: SECURITY STRATEGIES AND POLICIES AFTER 2014

Russian aggression against Ukraine was one of the major drivers of the UK security reassessment in 2015, which aimed to put an end to the period of defence spending cuts and openly acknowledged the resurgence of state-based threats. Moreover, the 2015 National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review introduced a whole range of steps to counter this aggression, […]

Ukraine’s Foreign Affairs And Foreign Policy: ‘On The Rise of Military Diplomacy’

Hennadiy Maksak, chairman of the Foreign Policy Council ‘Ukrainian Prism’, talks to UATV about the anticipated outcomes of Ukraine’s role on the international stage, and the key priorities of Ukraine’s foreign policy last year 

The third powers and Ukraine

Introduction For the last four years, Ukrainian foreign policy has been wholly focused on the European and Euro-Atlantic dimensions. This has often negatively influenced its relations with other countries, where it has failed to demonstrate a strategic vision and proactive approach. While cooperation with the US and resistance to Russian aggression have ranked high on […]

V4+Ukraine security cooperation: limits of possible

Despite the differences in the positions on foreign policy priorities among the countries of the Visegrad Group the experience of the last three
years clearly shows solidarity in the issue of assistance to Ukraine

Human rights in Ukraine and the EU response, including relevant activities of the European Parliament

How the European Union and the European Parliament (EP) contribute to the promotion and protection of human rights in Ukraine?

Hennadiy Maksak: the biggest successes and failures ofUkraine’s foreign policy in 2017

International experts and diplomats have announced the results of Ukraine’s foreign policy in 2017. So what are the biggest successes and failures? To get to know all the details, we welcomed to the studio Hennadiy Maksak, chairman of the Foreign Policy Council ‘Ukrainian Prism’ – the organization which conducted this survey.

100 Years of Ukraine’s Diplomatic Service

December 22 marks the 100th anniversary of Ukraine’s diplomatic service, created in 1917. The country’s President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman attended a special ceremony to commemorate the century of Ukrainian diplomacy. To learn more about the service, we were joined by Hanna Shelest, editor in chief of Ukraine Analytica.

Ukraine, Poland Presidents Patching Up Relations

Is repairing of Ukraine – Poland relations possible?

Eastern Partnership of “different speeds”

Issue 11 of EaP Think Bridge Digest is out focusing of EaP Brussels Summit aftermath

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