Ukraine and Africa. Ukrainian Peacekeepers in Africa. Part 1
March 16, 2013

The African continent today is one of the main centers of Ukraine's peacekeeping activity: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Sudan, the Republic of South Sudan

Russian Military Presence In The Mediterranean Sea - Real Opportunities
March 11, 2013

In the situation, when Russia has lately been losing its positions in the world, its measures to demonstrate force before its geopolitical opponents

“Information-Analytical Work in International Relations”
March 4, 2013

Textbook “Information-Analytical Work in International Relations”.

The book contains the themes of the university subject “Information-Analytical Activity in International Relations”, materials of lectures and plans of seminars, subjects of individual research tasks, a list of questions to be submitted to the control classes (control module)

Caspian and Black Sea Regions As Geopolitical Crossroads Between the West and Russia
February 22, 2013

In recent years, one of the leading centers of international attention have been the Caspian and Black Sea regions...

The Balkan syndrome. Serbia and Kosovo between the U.S., NATO, EU and the Russian Federation.
February 11, 2013

Despite the peacekeeping efforts of the international community, today one of the main sources of instability in Europe in the security field remains the conflict around Kosovo

Ukraine and the Energy Community. “A” Has Been Said, and What's Next?
February 10, 2013

Ukraine's joining the Energy Community in 2011, created a potential for complex market reforms in the energy sector, aiming at its integration into the European energy space...

The Islamic Republic of Iran. Presidential Elections: Has the Countdown Started?
February 4, 2013

The Islamic Republic of Iran has started preparing for the 11th presidential election scheduled for the 14th of June 2013

A Kurdish State - to Be or Not to Be? So What Awaits Us?
January 31, 2013

The Arab spring flood had mustered its strength and washed away regimes in four countries. Now we are on the threshold of new, and perhaps, radical changes in Syria, Turkey, Iraq, to some extant in Iran, and in the whole Middle East

Afghan Rubicon. What Will Happen to Afghanistan after the Withdrawal of Foreign Troops
January 30, 2013

What Will Happen to Afghanistan after the Withdrawal of Foreign Troops

The Ukrainian Method of “Defrosting”
January 21, 2013

Regarding a Possible Role of Ukraine as Head of the OSCE in Regulation of “Frozen” Conflicts at the Post-Soviet Territories