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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?
To prevent a possible Russian invasion, Ukraine and its Western partners must make the most of time to rapidly increase Ukraine’s defence capabilities and to elaborate and put on the table a set of really strong measures that would make the price of possible escalation unjustifiably expensive for Russia
As security is in flux, so the policies of the Central European states and the role they allow the big powers to
play in their development.
Moscow is now using the factor of occupation of the territories of Ukraine and Georgia to block their movement to NATO membership. It is worth sending a clear signal to the Kremlin that this strategy will not work.
Ukrainians suffer from quite high levels of human insecurity, especially regarding health, economic, and personal security.
The road to peace in Donbas has not appeared smooth and straightforward, as had been expected by President Zelenskyy and his team. The emphasis on humanitarian issues cannot neglect the security situation on the ground nor the unchanged role of the Kremlin.