Ukrainian crisis and new approaches to security policy

Events of recent years - annexation of Crimea, military conflict in the east of the country - have tangibly highlighted the inefficiency of operating global and regional structures of guaranteeing sovereign security.

15 December 2016

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What the political compromise that will save Ukraine should be

The tactics of dragging out the negotiations and “freezing” the conflict in Donbas has become the state policy of the Ukrainian authorities, which got the country cornered.

15 December 2016

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European policy of Ukraine and economic road to the future

Hostilities, the loss of a fifth of GDP, cheerless prospects for the old industry, chaos of state and social institutes make the strategy and vision of European integration of 2013 irrelevant.

15 December 2016

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Recipe to restore order in post-revolutionary times

“War as an event has transformed into war as a state of life of society, which tends to be consolidated. Society is on the verge of the situation where it will require war and replicate it despite the fact that this process is disastrous for it”.

15 December 2016

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