NATO’s Support to Ukraine: Brief Guide 2018

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, 2018. (PDF)

Допомога НАТО Україні: стислий огляд 2018

Факти та інфографіка щодо допомоги, яку НАТО надає Україні, у т.ч. за рішеннями Уельського, Варшавського та Брюссельського самітів, в рамках Комплексної програми допомоги Україні, діяльності цільових фондів і програм НАТО. Видання підготовлено Фондом «Ініціатива з дослідження східноєвропейської безпеки» за сприяння та фінансової підтримки Центру інформації та документації НАТО в Україні. Київ, 2018. (PDF)

Belarus-Ukraine: Pragmatic co-operation amid eroding security

This article published in the New Eastern Europe, Issue 6 (2018), examines development in Belarus-Ukraine relations after the Ukrainian Revolution of 2013-2014 and the subsequent Russian aggression against Ukraine. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Situation in the Field of Economic Security of Belarus (August 2018)

Growing external economic uncertainty actualized the problem of the vulnerability of the Belarusian economy to external shocks. Devaluation of Russian currency, caused by the outflow of capital from emerging markets and possible strengthening of the U.S. sanctions, creates a significant tension in the Belarusian economy. The situation is further exacerbated by Moscow’s attempts to redistribute the interstate financial flows. (PDF) Pavel Kirkovsky

Belarus: National Security and Defence (July 2018)

Military parade in Minsk; “Aviadarts-2018”; plans of Belarus Defence Ministry to establish an IT company; meeting of the Belarus-China Coordination Committee for Cooperation in the Field of Arms and Military Equipment; Turkish-made operational-tactical missile complex “KHAN” on the Belarusian MZKT chassis. (PDF) Andrei Porotnikov

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

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