How the Events in Libya Are Perceived in Germany

THE ONLY EFFECTIVE MECHANISM FOR RESOLVING THE CRISIS IN LIBYA COULD BE A UN PEACEKEEPING MISSION

Serhiy Polyovyk

In today’s globalized world, there are no isolated regions and isolated topics in international relations that do not affect the world events. So far indirect, these so-called influences can later turn into real challenges for Ukraine as well

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Swiss Media on Human Rights and Control over Civil Society in China

DEDICATED TO CHINA THE HWR’S 2020 WORLD REPORT

Serhiy Polyovyk

Ukraine should have a more definite position in the UN, in other institutions that care for the rights and freedom of citizens. Human rights violations in Russia’s war against Ukraine, discrimination against Ukrainians in some of our neighboring countries provide grounds for appropriate active articulation in the international arena and in bilateral interstate relations

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Germany’s Reaction to Berlin’s Refusal to Provide Military Assistance to Ukraine

COULD GERMANY HAVE DONE MORE IN SUCH AN IMPORTANT ISSUE FOR UKRAINE?

Serhiy Polyovyk

Interview with Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko for German agency Redaktions Netzwerk Deutschland (RND) about Germany’s refusal to provide military assistance to Ukraine has come as a surprise to European experts. And European media, including the German RND, Spiegel, N-tv.de, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, etc., have even found it necessary to react to it. Thus, the RND has taken V. Prystaiko’s statement as a direct request to Germany to provide such assistance

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NATO Is Responding to Russia’s Preparations for War

ON THE ACTIVITY OF RUSSIAN SUBMARINES IN NORTH ATLANTIC

Serhiy Polyovyk

A few days ago, some European media, including the German Handelsblatt and the Austrian Die Presse, reported about Russian submarines’ unusual activity in North Atlantic.
Purposeful in nature, publication of such information took place after the London Summit of NATO. There were also reports of testing new Russian ground, sea and airborne missile systems, the use of Russian combat aviation in Syria, unprecedented concentration of heterogeneous troops and weapons of the Russian Armed Forces in Crimea, the planned testing of submarines and training of the Russian Navy in the ocean.

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France’s Role in NATO Does Not Suit Macron, Does It?

DOES EUROPE REALLY NEED STRATEGIC AUTONOMY?

Serhiy Polyovyk

Recently, French President Emmanuel Macron announced his intention to visit Moscow next May. Independent European analysts have long noted E. Macron’s affection for Russia. And his statement about participation in the Moscow parade once again testifies to the dominance of the nuclear leader’s own interests over the principles of democracy, over observance of conditions of collective security in Europe and solidarity within NATO.

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Elements of China’s Vulnerability

THE SCOPE OF SUSTAINABILITY OF XI JINPING’S POLITICAL SYSTEM

Serhiy Polyovyk

European media and analysts specializing in geopolitics have recently paid attention to China’s expansionist policy. Some disturbing trends can be observed in today’s China. The ruling Communist Party of China, led by Xi Jinping, has suddenly begun to notice facts of an internal partial recession in the economy, and ambiguous political challenges in the society.

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