„Central Europe, East Europe and the Baltics: A Changing strategic landscape – four key trends“ by Robert Ondrejcsák
STRATPOL ´s Director as a co-editor (with prof. Grigoriy Perepelitsa of Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine) of a recent publication on Central and Eastern Europe´ s strategic changes and trends after Russian invasion to Ukraine: Robert Ondrejcsák – Grigoriy Perepelitsa (eds.): „Ukraine, Central Europe and the future of European security“.
Download Mr. Ondrejcsák´s chapter – „Central Europe, East Europe and the Baltics: A Changing strategic landscape – four key trends“ which covers main recent security trends from Scandinavia to the Black Sea, including Central Europe:
- a revolutionary changes of the Ukrainian public opinion in context of strategic orientation of the country
- widening regional engagement of Poland, with focus on relations with Romania and Sweden
- Russian military capabilities in broader Baltic region and Finnish and Swedish reactions
- remilitarization of the Black Sea and disappearing strategic balance.