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Romania presents a case of a balanced approach of using hard and soft security measures in forming its system of resilience to possible Russian aggression on various fronts.
For centuries, the relationship between Türkiye and Russia has been the one of interdependencies and conflictual cooperation. Though
The Republic of Moldova remains one of the most vulnerable states from the perspective of Russian malign influence.
A significant part of Bulgarian elites and society has prerequisites for expressing loyalty to Russia.
The rapid changes necessitated by the Russian aggression made the member states re-evaluate many of the provisions, and renegotiate the new Strategic Concept 2022 within an extremely short period.
The policy paper is an outcome of collaborative research project about the Black Sea Security among scholars from Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Georgia.
The research is part of the research project “Strengthening analytical decision-making capabilities in the field of foreign policy with the help of civil society” is being implemented with the support of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Representation in Ukraine in 2022
This commentary by Hanna Shelest looks at the future of Europe’s security architecture after the Russia-Ukraine war.
Тепер кожен українець розуміє вислів, що друг у нужді – це дійсно друг. Ось як ви дійсно можете допомогти
Joint vision of the representatives of various Ukrainian think tanks, universities, and journalists dealing with NATO and international security issues
How has security perception changed in the Black Sea region for the last three decades? Whether the osce is a security actor in the Black Sea region? Can resilience-building be a smart security response to the current challenges?