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Supporting United Kingdom: Responses to Chemical Attack

NATO has expelled 7 diplomats from Russia’s mission to the alliance and block the appointment of 3 others earlier in March 2018. Ivan Us, an associate expert in the field of international economy at Ukrainian Prism Foreign Policy Council, joined UATV to discuss it in more detail.

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

Evolution in Moldova security sector. Prospects for the future

The defence sector was a low priority in the political competition as it provided little political, economic and reputational incentives

Bridging the Divide: Forging Cooperation and Fostering Collaboration

Video report from the round table in Yerevan, Armenia, on 14th of June 2017

Security first

New issue of the monthly analytical EaP Think Bridge Digest

Anti-Propaganda Measures in the Security Sphere

In the sphere of defence and security, propaganda can aim strategic communication, but more often, it aims to bring fear, and in this meaning, it can be considered as a part of the so-called hybrid warfare.

Multilateral security garantees: Ukrainian Context

Prism Security Dedates Post-Budapest For Ukraine

Post-Budapest for Ukraine: multilateral security garantees

Prism Security Debates in Kyiv, on December, 6th 2016

Building Resilience in Eastern Europe: Intersecting NATO Concept of Projecting Stability

(Українська) Странам Восточной Европы следует сотрудничать на двусторонней и многосторонней основе, в рамках и за пределами партнерства НАТО, для усиления их устойчивости

Ukraine needs greater EU involvement in solving Russia conflict, Ukraine experts say

Questions of Ukraine-EU security cooperation were discussed on 29 September at Prism Security Debates in Kyiv.

Ukraine’s Security Options after the NATO Warsaw Summit

The four strategic options now available to Ukraine

The Last Frontier and Navy (In)Security

There is an absence of a real interest in Alaska’s military development

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