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NEWS Today 09/22/18

09.07SBSR 2018 – "Shaping the future of the Black Sea Region: Gamechangers and Predictors"

The fifth edition of the international training Program “Security in the Black Sea Region. Shared challenges, sustainable future” (SBSR), organized by the Romanian Intelligence Service, though the “Mihai Viteazul” National Intelligence Academy, in partnership with Harvard University and the National Intelligence University (US), under the high patronage of the Romanian Presidency, is taking place between May 28th – 31st. READ MORE

13.11International Organizations About the Black Sea Region

NATO Warsaw Summit Communiqué

Issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Warsaw 8-9 July 2016

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03.05Russia’s Desperation for More Soldiers Is Taking It to Dark Places

Russia’s armed aggression against Ukraine and intensive military operations in Syria have caused a very big problem: a shortage of qualified people to man its occupation forces. This personnel gap, caused by permanent, heavy losses suffered by Russia’s forces, has drastically changed the scale and character of its military missions. READ MORE

12.04Vladimir Socor: “Romania: Euro-Atlantic Pillar on the Black Sea”

Vladimir Socor:“Romania: Euro-Atlantic Pillar on the Black Sea” from The Jamestown Foundation on Vimeo.

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17.03DR. PHILLIP A. KARBER ABOUT THE WAR IN UKRAINE

Anna Golovchenko interviewed Dr. Phillip A. Karber, President, The Potomac Foundation Research Professor, Georgetown University. Dr. Karber is an expert in the United States on national and international security, and has an extensive knowledge on military matters. He has a long and distinguished career and served asan external advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and Secretary-General of NATO, Manfred Worner, amongst others.Scholar in Residence at the Government Department of Georgetown University. Teaching as an Adjunct there since 1978, his graduate courses include: "Contemporary Chinese & Russian Military Thought," "Multipolarity & Arms Control," and "National Security Decision-Making;" undergraduate courses include: "War & Philosophy," and "Military Technology & Competitive Strategy." Phillip Karber received his BA in political science from Pepperdine College, and PhD in international law from Georgetown University where he was a graduate fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Subsequently, he earned certificates from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, the Wharton Business School, and the Harvard Business School.In 2011-12, Karber led an effort assessing the military situation in S.E. Asia: with visits to Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo and the Philippines (in the field with the latter's Army, Marines and SEALs on Mindanao and Palawan). The results of this effort were briefed to the Australian Joint Chiefs of Staff. In 2013, he conducted a similar on-site assessment of the vulnerabilities of the Panama Canal. At the request of the Ukrainian Government, between 2014-16 he conducted 25 visits to the combat zone spending 177 days with front-line units and interviewing commanders. He and GEN (ret) Wesley Clark presented the first report on Ukraine to a closed session of the Congressional Armed Services Committee in July 2014 and have been strong proponents of increased military assistance. His report on "Lesson Learned from the RUSSO-Ukraine War, and been widely distributed throughout the US Army. READ MORE

02.03THE EMPTY SHELL OF BLACK SEA REGIONALISM, DIMITRIOS TRIANTAPHYLLOU

At a time when Russia has become more assertive to the point of challenging the mainstay of the international order, it helped establish since 1945, and Turkey seeks to maintain the status quo in the realm of maritime security, the European Union struggles to define its foreign policy objectives and priorities towards the Eastern Neighborhood, and thereby show its gravitas. Consequently, the Black Sea region finds itself more divided, unsteady, and uncertain about its future as regional actors such as Ukraine and Georgia have cast aside their balancing acts towards a turn to the EU and NATO with negative territorial implications. Thus, the fluidity of the international order raises doubts as to whether regionalism is a realistic prospect in this region or it needs to be replaced by another model of regional governance. READ MORE

30.01Criminal cases in Crimea

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28.02The 13th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop

The 13th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop took  place in Bucharest, Romania on May 24-30, 2015. The program is carried out under the high patronage of the Romanian Presidential Administration, and the auspices of the Romanian Intelligence Service, by the National Intelligence Academy “Mihai Viteazul” through its National Institute for Intelligence Studies, in partnership with the Harvard University and the collaboration of the US National Intelligence University (NIU).

The Bucharest conference was the 13th annual gathering of alumni and regional experts affiliated with Harvard’s Black Sea Security Program.  Prior workshops took place in Yalta, Ukraine (2002); Baku, Azerbaijan (2003); Batumi, Georgia (2004); Chisinau, Moldova (2005); Bucharest, Romania (2006); Kiev, Ukraine (2007); Yerevan, Armenia (2008), Moscow, Russia (2009), Sofia, Bulgaria (2010), Istanbul, Turkey (2011) and Bucharest, Romania (2012-2014).
For more information please click here. or contact Sergei Konoplyov at sergei_konoplyov@harvard.edu
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19.033nd International Neighbourhood Symposium

The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University will host the 3nd International Neighbourhood Symposium at Heybeliada, Turkey from Tuesday, 25 June – Sunday, 30 June 2013.  This year’s Symposium will focus on “The Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South - Tackling the Issues of Security, Democracy and Business”.

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27.12The 11th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop

The 11th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop will take place in Bucharest, Romania from March 17-21, 2013.  The event will be  held in partnership with Presidential Administration of Romania and with generous grant support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.  The primary topic of discussion will be security challenges in Black Sea and its greater region.

The Bucharest conference will be the eleventh annual gathering of alumni and regional experts affiliated with Harvard’s Black Sea Security Program which takes place annually in April at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.  Prior workshops took place in Yalta, Ukraine (2002); Baku, Azerbaijan (2003); Batumi, Georgia (2004); Chisinau, Moldova (2005); Bucharest, Romania (2006); Kiev, Ukraine (2007); Yerevan, Armenia (2008), Moscow, Russia (2009), Sofia, Bulgaria (2010) and Istanbul, Turkey (2011). READ MORE
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BLACK SEA SECURITY PROGRAM - 2018

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PUBLICATIONS
 

Dr. Valery Erozaryan - THE COMPROMISE DEFICIT: factors and causes of volatility of economic development of the Black Sea region

 

D.Sc. Hayk Kotanjian: The OSCE Minsk Group as a Platform for unbroken consensus of positions among the RF, USA and France in deterring a war: Kharabakh's example

 

Dimitrios Triantaphyllou - THE EMPTY SHELL OF BLACK SEA REGIONALISM, DIMITRIOS TRIANTAPHYLLOU

 
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KYIV. Feb 27 (Interfax) - Ukraine's Acting President and Verkhovna Rada Chairman Oleksandr Turchynov has appointed Viktor Hvozd as head of the Ukrainian External Intelligence Service.

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Hryhoriy Nemyria became Head of Rada Committee on European Integration

 
Elin Sulymanov was appointed as Ambassador of Azerbaijan to the United States

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Scott Gration retired Major General, who worked as a policy advisor to President Obama was appointed as US Ambassador to Kenya

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Adrian Parlog was promoted to Major General

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