Is Ukraine sacrificed on the Budapest-Moscow axis?

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is blocking a European financial aid package of 50 billion euros over four years for Ukraine, has explicitly requested that this aid be granted outside the EU budget and be subject to annual review. Strong Opposition "If we...

Stanislav Zhelikhovskyi: It is essential for the pace of cooperation between Bucharest and Kyiv to not only remain in good standing but also to strengthen further

Mr. Stanislav Zhelikhovskyi is a Doctor of Political Sciences, Senior Specialist at the Hennady Udovenko Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, which operates under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kiev. He answered our questions about the war,...

Karadeniz Press: Essay competition!

The Karadeniz Press News and Analysis Agency is focused on providing media coverage of security developments and foreign policy in the Black Sea region. This includes conflicts in the region, such as the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, energy security,...

Ukraine: War, Peace and European Dreams

The Ukrainian army is advancing slowly on the southern front in an attempt to achieve more results before the fall sets in, while the Russian army has concentrated over 420,000 soldiers on the ground to halt the Ukrainian counteroffensive. "We must reclaim our land,"...

Does a multipolar world begin at the Black Sea?

The issue of the emerging multipolar world is a hot topic in global geopolitics. Hans Morgenthau believed that multipolar systems are less prone to war as they are more flexible in deterring conflict and limiting potentially dangerous states. For proponents of this...

Republic of Moldova: fugitive oligarchs play the Gagauz card

Certainly, disagreements between Chisinau (the capital of the Republic of Moldova) and Comrat (the capital of Gagauzia) have been present in the relationship between the two entities in recent decades, often related to issues of autonomy, local governance, cultural identity, and control over resources

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Tamari Bibichadze: Romania can play a pivotal role in Georgia’s path towards EU accession

Ms. Tamari Bibichadze is a member of the non-governmental organization YATA Georgia, one of the most important civil society platforms in the Republic of Georgia. K.P.: How did the Russian invasion in Ukraine influence Georgian political life? T.B.: The Russia-Ukraine...

Romania, ambitious geopolitical objectives in the Black Sea region

Romania can indeed play a role in resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, given the privileged bilateral relationships between Bucharest and the two capitals directly involved in the conflict, Baku and Yerevan. Even Romania’s good relations with Ankara can support this goal, even though Turkey may not view the involvement of other states in the stabilization of the region favorably.

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Bulgaria, the tourism powerhouse of the Black Sea

The Russian military invasion of Ukraine has caused significant damage to the tourism sector in Bulgaria, a traditional touristic area for citizens of the Russian Federation, Ukraine or Belarus. Authorities in Sofia are trying to identify new solutions to boost this...

Tbilisi-Moscow, 15 years since the August 2008 war

Relations between the Republic of Georgia and the Russian Federation remain a sensitive and complex subject at the regional and international levels, amid Moscow's military aggression against Ukraine. A turning point in the relations between the two countries was the...

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Karadeniz Press: Essay competition!

The Karadeniz Press News and Analysis Agency is focused on providing media coverage of security developments and foreign policy in the Black Sea region. This includes conflicts in the region, such as the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, energy security,...

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Romania, ambitious geopolitical objectives in the Black Sea region

Romania can indeed play a role in resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, given the privileged bilateral relationships between Bucharest and the two capitals directly involved in the conflict, Baku and Yerevan. Even Romania’s good relations with Ankara can support this goal, even though Turkey may not view the involvement of other states in the stabilization of the region favorably.

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Interviews

Stanislav Zhelikhovskyi: It is essential for the pace of cooperation between Bucharest and Kyiv to not only remain in good standing but also to strengthen further

Mr. Stanislav Zhelikhovskyi is a Doctor of Political Sciences, Senior Specialist at the Hennady Udovenko Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, which operates under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kiev. He answered our questions about the war,...

Tamari Bibichadze: Romania can play a pivotal role in Georgia’s path towards EU accession

Ms. Tamari Bibichadze is a member of the non-governmental organization YATA Georgia, one of the most important civil society platforms in the Republic of Georgia. K.P.: How did the Russian invasion in Ukraine influence Georgian political life? T.B.: The Russia-Ukraine...

Ivan US: Ukraine will need at least $411 billion for recovery

Mr. Ivan Us is a Doctor of Economics and Senior Consultant at the Foreign Policy Center of the National Institute for Strategic Studies in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. He has numerous international media appearances, including Arabic and English language media from...

Girgi Gvalia: there is a national agreement at the level of the population and at the level of the political elite that the future of Georgia lies in Europe.

Mr. Giorgi Gvalia is Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Professor of Politics and International Relations at Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia. In the period 2013-2021, he held the position of dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Ilia State...

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Is Ukraine sacrificed on the Budapest-Moscow axis?

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is blocking a European financial aid package of 50 billion euros over four years for Ukraine, has explicitly requested that this aid be granted outside the EU budget and be subject to annual review. Strong Opposition "If we...

Ukraine: War, Peace and European Dreams

The Ukrainian army is advancing slowly on the southern front in an attempt to achieve more results before the fall sets in, while the Russian army has concentrated over 420,000 soldiers on the ground to halt the Ukrainian counteroffensive. "We must reclaim our land,"...

Does a multipolar world begin at the Black Sea?

The issue of the emerging multipolar world is a hot topic in global geopolitics. Hans Morgenthau believed that multipolar systems are less prone to war as they are more flexible in deterring conflict and limiting potentially dangerous states. For proponents of this...

Republic of Moldova: fugitive oligarchs play the Gagauz card

Certainly, disagreements between Chisinau (the capital of the Republic of Moldova) and Comrat (the capital of Gagauzia) have been present in the relationship between the two entities in recent decades, often related to issues of autonomy, local governance, cultural identity, and control over resources

Share our work

Bulgaria, the tourism powerhouse of the Black Sea

The Russian military invasion of Ukraine has caused significant damage to the tourism sector in Bulgaria, a traditional touristic area for citizens of the Russian Federation, Ukraine or Belarus. Authorities in Sofia are trying to identify new solutions to boost this...

Tbilisi-Moscow, 15 years since the August 2008 war

Relations between the Republic of Georgia and the Russian Federation remain a sensitive and complex subject at the regional and international levels, amid Moscow's military aggression against Ukraine. A turning point in the relations between the two countries was the...

Ankara, the key to peace in Ukraine?

Turkey "put Russia on alert" after warning shots were recently fired at a cargo belonging to a Turkish company heading to the port of Ismail in southern Ukraine. The move by the Turkish side comes amid the organization of a meeting between the Russian president,...

Chisinau, security dilemmas on the eve of the elections

The Chisinau Parliament decided to extend the state of emergency by 60 days, a decision taken at the request of the Government of the Republic of Moldova. The Prime Minister from Chisinau, Dorin Recean, invoked the imminent danger to the security of the country due to...

Bulgaria-Romania: Bridges, Nuclear Energy and Strategic Military Partnership

Collaboration within NATO, the issue of Schengen Area accession, as well as the complex geopolitical realities of the Balkans and the Black Sea region, compel the authorities in Sofia and Bucharest to collaborate much more deeply than they currently do. Moving beyond...

The risk of conflict between NATO and Russia in the Black Sea

The issue of strained relations between NATO and the Russian Federation has lasted for more than three decades, since the USSR disintegrated and Russia, the heart of this historical construction, inherited and rebooted the idea that it was destined to remain a great...

Moldova elections

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