Human Dimension and Security Sector Reform in Slovakia: Mission (In)complete?

Security nowadays has a social dimension, which requires the involvement of all elements of security in such manner as we did not know in the time of the Cold War. Meeting the new security requirements therefore requires fundamental reform of national structures, financing models and management systems. (PDF) Samuel Goda

Enhancing France-Ukraine Security and Defence Cooperation

The objective of this paper is to identify the possible ways of improving bilateral cooperation between France and Ukraine as well as to propose new possible formats of multilateral cooperation within the existing and new frameworks. (PDF) Denys Kolesnyk, Maksym Khylko

Eastern Partnership: Progress in Turbulent Times

Speech delivered by Dr. Maksym Khylko at the international conference “The Future of the Eastern Partnership in Turbulent Times”, organized by the Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation with support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, Yerevan, 14 June 2018. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Belarus: National Security and Defence (May 2018)

Belarus and Kazakhstan held joint command and staff exercise of the missile forces and artillery. NATO delegation visited Minsk within the framework of Belarus’ participation in the PfP Partnership Planning and Review Process. Belarus took part in several meetings within the CSTO and in the CIS anti-terrorist exercise. (PDF) Andrei Porotnikov

Findings of Mass Media Monitoring in Armenia (Detecting Propaganda)

Analytical Center for Globalization and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC) within the scope of Measuring the public views regarding International organizations and Monitoring of Media in Armenia on Disinformation and ‘Fake News’ project conducted monitoring of selected Russian and Armenian mass-medias aiming to identify the propaganda. (PDF)  

Essential Elements for Democratic Control of Armed Forces in Lithuania

Lithuania crafted advanced and living legal framework to place civilian control over militaries, which was well supported by internal and external factors. At the same time, there are some concerns about the credibility of parliamentary oversight, which lacks the relevant civilian expertise on military matters. (PDF) Grazvydas Jasutis

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