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 USA, the EU, and Turkey finding the new format of protecting their interests due to the new geopolitical challenges and changed military climate in the Black Sea basin.





Sergii Glebov

Dr. Sergii Glebov is an Associate Professor and Dean of the School of International Relations at Odessa National University, has been teaching a course on the Black Sea security. In 2000/2001, he was a visiting scholar at the Centre for European Studies, University of Exeter (Exeter, UK) and in 20113 at Columbia University, Harriman Institute (New-York City, USA). He published more than 50 scientific works on foreign and security policy of Ukraine, international relations in the Black Sea-Caspian region, European and Euro-Atlantic security, foreign policy of Russia, NATO-Ukraine, and EU-Ukraine relations.


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