Belarus: National Security and Defence (December 2019)

Belarus adopted the new State Defence Plan and the Concept for the Development of the Armed Forces until 2030. Tensions with Russia over oil supplies to Belarus and other issues continue. (PDF) Andrei Porotnikov

Russian Black Sea Fleet Presence in Ukraine through the Lens of Human Rights Protection

Legal provisions regulating the Russian Black Sea Fleet military presence in Ukraine are analyzed in the article through the lens of human rights protection. (PDF) Oleksandr Tytarchuk, Maksym Khylko

Challenges Posed by Presence of the Russian Black Sea Fleet on the Territory of Ukraine: Historical and Political Background

This article published in the Black Sea Security analytical journal, No 2 (34) 2019, examines historical and political background of the division of the Soviet Black Sea Fleet, mapping the unsolved legal and practical issues. (PDF) Maksym Khylko, Oleksandr Tytarchuk

Виклики і проблеми присутності Чорноморського флоту Російської Федерації на території України: історичне та політичне підґрунтя

У статті, опублікованій в часописі «Чорноморська безпека», №2 (34) 2019, аналізуються історичні та політичні умови розподілу радянського Чорноморського флоту; відзначаються нерозв’язані правові та практичні питання, а також породжені ними ризики. (PDF) Максим Хилько, Олександр Титарчук

Belarus: National Security and Defence (May 2019)

About 30 contracts for the supply of military products worth about $200 million were concluded during the “Milex-2019” exhibition of weapons and military equipment in Minsk. Belarus develops security and defence cooperation with Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and China. (PDF) Andrei Porotnikov

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