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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
Russia’s attack, in addition to human casualties and economic losses, also produces huge infrastructure destruction in Ukraine. Enterprises, critical facilities and some cities have been completely destroyed. This creates not only a situational shock for the population and the economy but also complicates the post-war recovery of Ukraine.
This commentary by Hanna Shelest looks at the future of Europe’s security architecture after the Russia-Ukraine war.
With the Russian blockade of the Black Sea and rapprochement in Ukraine-Romania and Ukraine-EU/NATO relations, there is a new window of opportunity to boost such cooperation, including long-term perspectives.
The states of the Black Sea basin are in a particular position in the context of Russian aggression. For geographical reasons and history, Russia seeks to maintain the region’s political and economic leadership.
The expectations of the founding countries are not vain due to the high potential of the region which by area represents almost a third of the European Union and is home to 111 million people.
In recent years, the United States has begun to pay more and more attention to Romania in the context of its own interests in Central and Eastern Europe.
At this difficult time, we consider it our duty not only to fight on the information front, disseminating reliable and well-founded information and expertise about Russia’s war against Ukraine, but also to help our country and the city avoid a humanitarian crisis.
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