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UA: Ukraine Analytica

Issue 4 (22), 2020

 Russia

  • NON-RUSSIAN VIEWS ON CURRENT RUSSIAN POLITICS



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UA: Ukraine Analytica is the first Ukrainian academic and analytical journal in English language on International Relations, Politics and Economics. The journal is aimed for experts, diplomats, academics, students interested in the international relations and foreign policy. And our journal is published by the NGO “Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation” (Ukraine), Centre of International Studies (Ukraine), with the financial support of the Representation of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine and Black Sea Trust of the German Marshall Fund of the US.


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INFORMATION OPERATIONS IN RUSSIA’S FOREIGN POLICY ARSENAL: TARGETING RELATIONS BETWEEN POLAND AND UKRAINE

Volodymyr Solovian

Information security has become a strategically important aspect of international relations. Rapid development of information and communications technologies increases its importance. This paper focuses on the analysis of Russia’s capabilities to achieve its foreign policy goals through methods of negative informational impact. Attempts to undermine the information security of Poland and Ukraine and to provoke...
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RUSSIA`S STRATEGY TOWARDS POST-SOVIET STATES AS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW DOCTRINE OF LIMITED SOVEREIGNTY

Ihor Lossovskyi

Principles and practical implications of Russia’s current policy toward the post-Soviet states are presented in this paper. On the basis of Russia’s domestic legal and regulatory documents, as well as public statements of the leadership, it was concluded that the Kremlin has laid out a new foreign policy strategy and a corresponding foreign policy doctrine...

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