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THE NEW UKRAINE-NATO ANNUAL NATIONAL PROGRAMME

In 2019, Ukraine will get an absolutely new in its essence Ukraine-NATO Annual National Programme. The ANP is a mechanism for real convergence of Ukraine with NATO, without waiting for political will regarding the future membership of Ukraine in the Alliance. It was the first time when the general principles of strategic planning were employed:…

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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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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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NATO PROJECTING STABILITY BEYOND EASTERN FLANK

The article aims at assessing NATO Warsaw Summit outcomes for the Eastern Flank and the security environment shaped by the Russian-Ukrainian War. The author focuses on developing non-kinetic tasks in the operational art identified within the hybrid approach towards defence. The research presents the main categories and examples of required capabilities within the theatre of…

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THE BLACK SEA SECURITY ARCHITECTURE IN TIMES OF COLLAPSE: THE CASE OF ANNEXED CRIMEA AND MILITARY CHALLENGES FOR THE US, NATO, EU, TURKEY, AND UKRAINE

Once being annexed by Russia, Crimea with the rest of the Black Sea sub-region immediately broke through the front line of the global post-bipolar geopolitics. The author argues that there is an urgent need to re-estimate the traditional input of the key Black Sea actors. This initial reading suggests Russia, as well as NATO, the…

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