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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…

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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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RUSSIA AND THE DILEMMA OF SEPARATIST TERRITORIES

An important part of Russia’s grand strategy since the 1990s has been the use of conflict zones across the post-Soviet space for geopolitical aims. Moscow’s battle with the West over the borderlands – i.e., the regions that adjoin Russia from the west and south – has involved keeping Moldova, Ukraine, and the South Caucasus through…

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

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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HYBRID WARFARE AS A THREAT TO INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

In the 21st century, states employ concealed ways to destabilise adversaries and achieve geopolitical goals, thus resorting to hybrid warfare. This may include economic pressure, interference in political affairs, cyber-attacks, disinformation, and other means. Considering the most recent manifestations of hybrid warfare between states, the dilemma is how to build nations’ resilience to such threats….

BLACK SEA POLICY OF UKRAINE
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BLACK SEA POLICY OF UKRAINE

For the last few years, the Black Sea region has become a top priority of the Ukrainian foreign policy. However, due to the years of ignorance and absence of a strategic vision, Ukraine has not used all opportunities, while many projects, such as BLACKSEAFOR, cannot be used anymore due to the Russian aggression. In this…

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