Rethinking the De-Occupation Policy of Ukraine

Summary of the research findings “Rethinking the de-occupation policy of Ukraine in the framework of Russia’s hybrid war against Ukraine”. The goal of this study is to outline the views of the interested actors on the de-occupation process, to analyze the motives and interests of Ukraine, Russia, and other international players; to study relevant cases of de-occupation, to analyze previous analytical findings on this issue and offer recommendations for a new policy of de-occupation of the Ukrainian territories occupied by Russia. (PDF)

Переосмислення деокупаційної політики України. Аналітична доповідь

Аналізуються національні інтереси України в контексті політики деокупації, існуюча нормативно-правова база та нинішній стан деокупаційної політики; мотивації Росії, пріоритети інших міжнародних акторів, релевантні уроки міжнародного досвіду. Переосмислено наративи та запропоновано дороговкази формування нової деокупаційної політики України. (PDF)

We Still Need a More Realistic Approach to the Issue of Donbas De-occupation

Russia will be forced to withdraw from the occupied territories when it is convinced that it’s no longer possible to return Ukraine to its sphere of influence, and that further occupation of the Ukrainian territories is futile and unjustifiably expensive. Ukraine’s task is to bring this moment closer by strengthening own independence, sovereignty and resilience through reforms. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Belarus: National Security and Defence (August 2020)

The existing system of power in Belarus does not meet the expectations of the society, but the regime is not showing readiness for transformation. This means that the conflict with varying degrees of intensity will continue until the complete dismantle of the ruling regime. (PDF) Andrei Porotnikov

NATO’s Support to Ukraine: Brief Guide 2020

Facts and infographic on NATO’s support to Ukraine, including those under the decisions of the Wales, Warsaw and Brussels summits, the Comprehensive Assistance Package for Ukraine, NATO’s Programmes and Trust Funds. Prepared by the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation with support of the NATO Information and Documentation Centre in Ukraine. Kyiv, 2020. (PDF)

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