Capacities and limitations of the Normandy format

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Every new meeting of the Normandy four causes debates on the efficiency and impartiality of this format, given that previously Germany and France were considered to be the most loyal towards Russia among the EU and NATO member states. Now Berlin and Paris are the key mediators in Russia-Ukraine conflict. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Security and Defense Sector Reform in Ukraine

This food-for-thought paper was distributed on behalf of the EESRI Coordinators among the participants of the OSCE-wide Conference on Security Sector Governance and Reform held in Belgrade (Republic of Serbia) on April 21, 2015. (PDF) EESRI Board of Coordinators

“A fresh look” from Ukraine at German Foreign Policy Priorities

In this particular article, additional attempts have been made to briefly analyze the priorities of modern German foreign policy from the standpoint of Ukraine as a country representing the most recently troubled Eastern Partnership area. (PDF) Oleksandr Tytarchuk, Kyiv

Выход России из ДОВСЕ: последствия для безопасности Восточной Европы

По просьбе East European Security Research Initiative, эксперты из Грузии, Латвии, Молдовы, Словакии и Украины прокомментировали выход России из Договора об обычных вооруженных силах в Европе, а также последствия этого шага для безопасности региона. (PDF) Марек Ленч, Александру Постикэ, Корнелий Какачия, Самуель Года, Раймонд Рубловскис, Александр Титарчук

Вихід Росії з ДЗЗСЄ: наслідки для безпеки Східної Європи

На прохання East European Security Research Initiative, експерти з Грузії, Латвії, Молдови, Словаччини та України прокоментували вихід Росії з Договору про звичайні збройні сили в Європі та наслідки цього кроку для безпеки регіону. (PDF) Марек Ленч, Александру Постіке, Корнелій Какачія, Самуель Года, Раймонд Рубловскіс, Олександр Титарчук

Russia’s withdrawal from the CFE Treaty: Consequences for the East European security

At the request of the East European Security Research Initiative, a selection of experts from Georgia, Latvia, Moldova, Slovakia and Ukraine commented on Russia’s withdrawal from the CFE Treaty and its consequences for the East European security. (PDF) Marek Lenč, Alexandru Postica, Kornely Kakachia, Samuel Goda, Raimonds Rublovskis, Oleksandr Tytarchuk

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