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Title: Impact of the Annexation of the Crimea on Security Policies in Europe
Authors: Dvornychenko, Darina Yu.
Barskyi, Vadym R.
Барський, Вадим Рудольдфович
Барский, Вадим Рудольфович
Citation: Challenges, risks and threats forsecurity in Europe : 11th Network Europe Conference (Warsaw, 19th - 22nd May 2019). – Zürich, 2019.
Issue Date: 2019
Keywords: Annexation of the Crimea
EU Member States
Security Policy of Germany
Security Policy of France
Security Policy of Italy
Security Policy of Greece
Security Policy of the Visegrad Group
Security Policy of the Baltic States
Abstract: Five years have passed since the Russian Federation annexed the Crimea. The annexation of the Crimea by the Kremlin turned out to be the most serious breach of European borders since the Second World War. Russia violated the fundamental principles of international law, its international obligations and bilateral agreements with Ukraine. The annexation has sharply increased instability of the European security environment, created new dividing lines and greatly enhanced the risk of the destruction of the existing world order. A proper understanding of how the annexation of the Crimea affected Europe’s policy and shaped its response can provide essential insights to measure the effectiveness of its approach to ensuring the European security.
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