The article is devoted to the analysis of participation of the Russian Federation in the European international organizations (OSCE, CBSS, and BSEC), its goals and the efficiency of use of multilateral platforms for the Russian international agenda. It considers the level of correspondence of Russian goals with the basic goals of the given international organizations and the influence of the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine on the policy within the organizations

Dr. Olena Snigyr has a Ph.D. in Political Science (Kyiv, 2004), specializing in European security and Russian foreign policy. She currently works as a chief consultant in the Research Centre for Russian Federation Problems (National Institute for Strategic Studies under the President of Ukraine), manages foreign policy analytical projects of the Institute for Social and Economic Studies and is an associated expert of the Foreign Policy Council "Ukrainian Prism". Her publications include the analysis of Russia’s foreign policy, the EU foreign and security policy, the EU and the Black Sea region and Ukraine’s foreign policy.

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