Countering Hybrid Threats: Practical Ideas for Future Cooperation

Intervention by Dr. Oleksandr Tytarchuk at the International Conference “Pooling the Expertise to Develop an Early Warning System to Counter Hybrid Threats”, organized by the Eastern Europe Studies Centre (Lithuania) and the National Institute for Strategic Studies (Ukraine), with support of the NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme (Vilnius, 26 April 2019). (PDF) Oleksandr Tytarchuk   

Russia-Ukraine conflict: What can the OSCE do?

Authors of the paper analyze the previous OSCE efforts in conflict management and propose a set of measures to improve the OSCE’s work within the three security dimensions relating to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. (PDF) Maksym Khylko, Oleksandr Tytarchuk

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

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

Людський вимір і реформа сектору безпеки в Словаччині: місію (не)виконано?

У наш час безпека має чітко виражений соціальний вимір, що вимагає залучення всіх її елементів у спосіб, не бачений за часів «холодної війни». Задоволення нових безпекових вимог потребує фундаментального реформування національного сектору безпеки, моделей його фінансування і системи управління. (PDF) Самуель Года

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