This year, the first issue of the Black Sea Security Magazine is devoted to the 5th Anniversary of the Russian occupation of Crimea. It is important not only to not forget that was going on in Crimea but to give a proper assessment of these events.
Volodymyr Dubovyk, Director of Center for International Studies, analysed the start of the U.S. election campaign and potential candidates.
Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (UkraineWorld, InternewsUkraine) welcomes to the studio Denys Hurak, Senior Fellow at The Potomac Foundation. They discuss the significance of arms trade as one of the geopolitical methods of Russian influence.
Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (UkraineWorld, InternewsUkraine) welcomes to the studio Andreas Umland (senior expert at the Institute of Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, lecturer at Kyiv-Mohyla Academy).
The 55th Munich Security Conference in Germany closed on Sunday after three days of meetings. The main issue covering this year was tensions between Russia and the West — in connection with Moscow’s aggressive policy against foreign countries.
“Europe without Barriers” analysed the latest changes in the visa and migration policy of Ukraine, the introduction of biometric data collection on the border and plans to introduce a pre-notification of entry for citizens of “countries of migration risk”.
The International Centre for Policy Studies analysed the current state of Ukraine-Poland relations.
Russia can use the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines for expansion of its military presence in the Baltic Sea region. This was announced to UNIAN journalists by the president of the Center for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” Mykhailo Gonchar.
Serbia is the main pillar of Moscow in the Balkans and the forthcoming “Trojan horse” of the Russian Federation in the EU.
The International Centre for Policy Studies analysed the results of Ukraine’s foreign policy in 2018 and prospects for 2019.