Which conflict resolution method should be employed to maximise the outcomes of acceptable regional security and sustained peace in Crimea? As the current international conflict management mechanisms are of limited effect, Ukraine pushes for the new Crimean Platform format. The author explores whether the “peacebuilding” approach used to address the armed conflict in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts is hereto relevant. Some good practices of this approach—dialogue, advocacy of humanitarian issues, and people connectivity—can be used for the temporarily occupied Crimea.

Maksym Bugriy is a political risk and investment consultant. His research interests include international order and security sector reform. Bugriy has worked with the UN in Ukraine, Razumkov Centre, the National Institute for Strategic Studies in Kyiv, and the International Centre for Defence and Security in Tallinn. In April 2014, he was a Visiting Fellow with the Jamestown Foundation in Washington, DC. He is the author of two book chapters and several scholarly and analytical articles

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