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Black Sea Security No. 4 (36) 2019

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 16:28

Editorial Board of the Black Sea Security Journal is pleased to announce that a Ukrainian version of new issue No. 4(36) 2019 is available online.

This issue of the journal closes 2019 and opens 2020. Predictions are numerous as always. Not all of them will be true. Some of them can come true later, not in 2020. However, there are predictions, which need to be talked about loudly to prevent them from ever being realized.


Black Sea Security 3 (35) 2019

Wednesday, 30 October 2019 17:06


Editorial Board of the Black Sea Security Journal is pleased to announce that a Ukrainian version of new issue No. 3(35) 2019 is available online. 

In this issue of the journal, our authors from Romania, Italy, Georgia, Moldova, in their articles, have reflected the threatening dynamics and trends of the security environment in the Black Sea region as well as in the adjacent regions of the Caspian, Eastern Mediterranean, and the Balkans, where Russia is demonstrating its dominance and opposing NATO.

The outlines of a new geopolitical game between the US and Russia have emerged. Russia's attempt to penetrate the "soft subsoil" of the United States through Venezuela is now turning to Moscow for an American-Greek alliance to curb Russian and Turkish ambitions in the Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea.


Black Sea Security 2 (34) 2019

Monday, 01 July 2019 11:38

The sixth year of Russian aggression against Ukraine continues. Crimean peninsula, Sevastopol, part of the Lugansk region and the Donetsk region - 7% of the country remain occupied. The Putin project "Novorossiia" collapsed, but the Surkov's hybrid war technology continues to be used by the Russian Federation. "The Civil War in Ukraine" - another of the stamps of Russian propaganda continues to be exploited, despite thousands of evidences of the Russian aggression against Ukraine. According to the Kremlin's plan, the change of power in Kyiv gives Russia the opportunity to revive the project of Ukraine's Anschluss.

Black Sea Security 1 (33) 2019

Friday, 22 February 2019 13:25

This year 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. 

In this issue, we provide an analysis of the events preceding the invasion, their course, what could have been done, what was not done and what can we expect.

This time Editorial board engaged well-known Ukrainian and foreign experts to the analysis of the Crimean episode of the Putin wars and today's actions of Russia in the Black Sea and Azov region. 

Black Sea Security 2 (32) 2018

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 09:53

The Editorial board is glad to announce publication of the Ukrainian version of the Black Sea Security No 2 (32). 

The key topic of October issue is usage of civil marine gas infrastructure in the Black Sea by Russia.  The authors of the article had come to the conclusion that the existing pipeline Nord Stream and potential pipleines Nord Stream 2 and the TurkStream could be used as a long-range playgrounds for hidden placing of the technical devices for Signals Intelligence against NATO in the Black and Baltic Seas. 


Black Sea Security 1 (31)

Tuesday, 05 June 2018 11:11

Dear readers, 

We are glad to present to your attention the fisrt issue of the Blask Sea Security 1 (31) in 2018. In the spotlight of our attention rests non-military dimension of Russian aggression against Ukraine, Europe and the whole civilized world. Its informatinal component, which the Kremlin uses, trying to form new paradigms of the world's order,  is of great importance. Detailed analysis helps to find vulnarabilities of aggressor and enhance protection. 

Black Sea Security 2 (30)

Wednesday, 06 December 2017 14:08

Dear readers,

You hold the anniversary thirtieth issue of the Black Sea Security magazine. The second issue, which we’ve released without our Sevastopol colleagues Dmytro Shtyblykov and Oleksii Besarabov. Crimea - the Ukrainian peninsula in the Black Sea occupied by Russia, is in the focus of attention. It is there, in the occupied territory, Russia continues to prepare for a new throw of polyhybression ― multi-frontal aggression of a hybrid type against the West. The peninsula has already become the bridgehead for Russian interventions in the Middle East. 

To download the Black Sea Security magazine No. 30 (2) in English 


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