Tagged Crimea

UA_Analytica_23_2021
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ASSESSING INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT OF UKRAINE REGARDING CRIMEA

The annexation of Crimea is and will remain one of the main issues on Ukraine’s foreign policy agenda. Every year, the matter gains international attention when the UN General Assembly adopts a resolution supporting Ukraine’s territorial integrity. As time goes by, some countries shift their position, seeking to find a balance between their relations with…

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ADDRESSING RUSSIA’S OCCUPATION OF CRIMEA: FROM CONFLICT MANAGEMENT TO PEACEBUILDING

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…

UA_Analytica_23_2021
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MAKING THE CRIMEAN SANCTIONS WORK: WHAT UKRAINE AND THE WEST CAN DO TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF THE SANCTIONS REGIME

The Crimean package of Western sanctions is supposed to stay in force until Russian troops leave the occupied peninsula. It has had a significant economic impact on Crimea’s economy but has failed to check the continuing militarisation of Crimea as well as human rights and international humanitarian law violations. The package is rather strong; yet,…

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THE HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN OCCUPIED CRIMEA AND UKRAINE’S ACTIONS FOR SECURING TIES WITH UKRAINIAN CITIZENS THERE

This article analyses two important issues: the human rights situation in the temporarily occupied Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine, and the actions of the Ukrainian government implemented to secure ties with citizens of Ukraine residing in Crimea. In the first part of the article, human rights violations committed by the…

UA_Analytica_22_2020
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VICTIMISATION OF THE “CRIMEAN SYNDROME”

When justifying the seizure of Crimea, the Russian president pretended to be a victim of the Western policy and manipulatively argued that the only way to confront NATO’s illusory penetration into the Ukrainian peninsula was to “facilitate” its “reunification” with Russia. The obsession to tear Crimea away from Ukraine appeared to be one of the…

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NAVAL WARFARE SCENARIOS FOR 2020

Russian activities during the last few years aimed to control and limit navigation in the Black Sea as well as the Kerch incident of 2018 provide researchers with substantial data to predict possible developments for 2020. In this article, the author analyses the worst-case scenario and proposes a set of preventive actions. In 2020, obstacles…

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