Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Eastern Europe

“Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Eastern Europe” International round table was held on June 8, 2017, in Kyiv, Ukraine.   The round table was co-organized by the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation in partnership with the Regional Office of Friedrich Ebert Foundation to Ukraine and Belarus.

Безпека людини в контексті реформування безпекового сектору країн Східної Європи

«Питання безпеки людини в контексті реформування безпекового сектору країн Східної Європи» Міжнародний круглий стіл, м. Київ, 8 червня 2017 р.   Міжнародний круглий стіл «Питання безпеки людини в контексті реформування безпекового сектору країн Східної Європи» було проведено 8 червня 2017 р. у м. Києві Благодійним Фондом «Ініціатива з дослідження східноєвропейської безпеки» у партнерстві із Представництвом Фонду ім. Фрідріха Еберта в Україні.

Dodon’s visit to Transnistria: Russian-Backed Model for Protracted Conflicts Settlement?

It is highly unlikely that Russia will allow Transnistria again back into Moldova even if the latter accepts closer cooperation with Russia and/or integration with Russia-led organizations. However, Dodon’s policy towards Transnistria could be considered in Moscow as a favourable model for other protracted conflicts settlement. (PDF) Rusif Huseynov

The ‘Four-Day War’ of April 2016 is Considered as an Important Victory in Azerbaijan

Territorial gains, military and moral victory should bring Azerbaijan additional advantages on the negotiation table, Azerbaijani experts and ordinary people think. How the April clash will influence the future Karabakh talks and to what extent Azerbaijani diplomats will be able to utilize its benefits are open questions. (PDF) Rusif Huseynov

Human Security Dimension across the Frozen Conflicts in the Post-Soviet Space

An analysis of the serious problems arising from the so-called frozen conflicts in the post-soviet region forms the basis of this policy paper with particular reference to human security in South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Transnistria. Despite many similarities among them, the entities are not entirely homogeneous and since the conflicts vary in severity and scope, an individualized approach is required in the provision of much needed human security in each. (PDF) Grazvydas Jasutis

Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan Will Not Admit Maintaining Frozen Conflict On Its Territory

thumbnail of 2016-06 Azerbaijan won’t admit frozen Karabakh conflict – EESRI-C-ENG

After tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan flared in April 2016, the international mediators stepped up again, but there is little hope that they would ever be interested in solving this problem. The patience of the Azerbaijani side that had been negotiating with no progress for 20 years is over; the uncertain situation around the Nagorno-Karabakh harms local population, regional stability and important international projects. (PDF) Rusif Huseynov