Rethinking the De-Occupation Policy of Ukraine

Summary of the research findings “Rethinking the de-occupation policy of Ukraine in the framework of Russia’s hybrid war against Ukraine”. The goal of this study is to outline the views of the interested actors on the de-occupation process, to analyze the motives and interests of Ukraine, Russia, and other international players; to study relevant cases of de-occupation, to analyze previous analytical findings on this issue and offer recommendations for a new policy of de-occupation of the Ukrainian territories occupied by Russia. (PDF)

Переосмислення деокупаційної політики України. Аналітична доповідь

Аналізуються національні інтереси України в контексті політики деокупації, існуюча нормативно-правова база та нинішній стан деокупаційної політики; мотивації Росії, пріоритети інших міжнародних акторів, релевантні уроки міжнародного досвіду. Переосмислено наративи та запропоновано дороговкази формування нової деокупаційної політики України. (PDF)

Transnistrian Lessons for Ukraine

Coming back to the protracted Transnistrian conflict and yet unsuccessful attempts to settle it and reintegrate Transnistrian region into the Republic of Moldova, those developments (or, rather, stagnation) provide important lessons for Ukraine, in particular, revealing the traps and threats that should be recognised in order to be avoided. (PDF) Natalya Belitser

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

Threats to Security of Ukraine and other EaP Countries, and Possible Responses: Expert Survey

Summarized findings of the international expert survey “Threats to security of Ukraine and other countries of the Eastern Partnership region and possible responses.” 62 experts assessed the major threats to the EaP region and possible security options, expressed expectations from the EU, NATO, and the OSCE, as well as provided opinions on possible developments in the Donbas and Crimea. (PDF)