New Geopolitics Research Network publishes the new study by The Razumkov Centre on the EU-Ukraine security cooperation.
The goals of this study include independent expert assessment of the situation in the field of Ukraine-EU security partnership in the context of the Association Agreement implementation, identification of success and failure factors, and analysis of how current formats, priorities and mechanisms of cooperation keep with reality and projected changes in the medium term.
The analytical report consists of three sections:
- reviews the evolution of the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy
and the development of the EU-Ukraine security partnership
- considers results of the realisation security commitments by Ukraine within
Titles II and III of the Association Agreement
- assesses achieved results and offers conclusions and recommendations
on further development of the EU-Ukraine security partnership
The report was prepared by the Razumkov Centre team, including:
Project Manager Oleksiy MELNYK, Co-Director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes, Coordinator of International Projects; Mykhailo PASHKOV, Co-Director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes; Leonid POLYAKOV, Visiting Senior Fellow; and Mykola SUNHUROVSKYI, Director of Military Programmes.