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FUTURE OF NATO IN LIGHT OF TRANSATLANTIC CRISIS

Today, relations between the US and major European powers are still strained, and their hottest points are currently attributed to the “inadequate Trump policy”. It is not so obvious as it seems, because even during the presidency of Obama one could overview the disagreements between the partners. These were covert disagreements, which the parties tried…

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NATO’S ENHANCED FORWARD PRESENCE: CHANGING THE ESCALATION DOMINANCE CALCULUS IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION

The article is assessing how NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence in the Baltic states and Poland has altered the strategic balance in the Baltic Sea region. Before 2016, Russia enjoyed clear escalation dominance there. However, the deployment of multinational, combat-ready NATO forces with the logic that any attack on them would induce a collective NATO response…

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ANNUAL NATIONAL PROGRAMMES AS AN INSTRUMENT OF EURO-ATLANTIC INTEGRATION OF UKRAINE

Ukraine’s aspiration for Euro-Atlantic integration through developing and implementing NATO-Ukraine Annual National Programs is analysed in this article. The paper overviews the structure of the Annual National Program (ANP), which coincides with the typical Membership Action Plan. The priority task of the ANP today is to preserve international consensus in supporting Ukraine in the face…

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HORBULIN: ‘OUR MAIN TASK: TO SURVIVE THIS WAR’

Interview with Director of the National Institute for Strategic Studies Dr. Volodymyr Horbulin What, In Your Opinion, Do “Frozen” Conflicts in the Post-Soviet Space Have in Common? “Frozen” conflicts in the post-Soviet space have become the consequence of exacerbating ethnic and linguistic tensions with the crucial role of the Russian Federation in it. Russian military…

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POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION IN THE BALKANS

In the 2000s, Russia tried in the ex-Soviet space to replicate the same arguments (and tactics) of relativising international law that the West/NATO used in order to justify their own intervention in the ex-Yugoslav space back in the 1990s. This strategy of so-called ‘mimicry’ manifests by changing the meanings of international norms based on one’s…

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