Attitude of the Armenian Society to International Organizations, the EU, EEU, CSTO, and NATO – Opinion Poll

Results and analysis of the opinion poll on the attitude of Armenian society to international organizations, the EU, EEU, CSTO, and NATO. Conducted by the Analytical Centre on Globalisation and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC) in 2018. (PDF)

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

Russian authorities openly put forward the demand for deeper integration within the framework of the Union State, suggesting the actual loss of Belarus’ economic sovereignty. The risks of maintaining financial stability are aggravated by the expected start of election cycle and political need for positive short-term economic results. (PDF) Pavel Kirkovsky

Human Dimension of the Russia-Ukraine conflict: Proposals for Slovakia’s 2019 OSCE Chairmanship

Food for thought paper presented on behalf of the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation at the OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference 2018 (Milan, 5 December 2018). (PDF) Maksym Khylko, Oleksandr Tytarchuk

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)

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