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Első szerző:Czuczor Krisztina (geográfus,társadalomföldrajz)
Cím:The EU Regional Frozen Conflicts and Territorial Disputes in Eastern Partnership (EaP) Countries. Case Study of Russian Pressure on the Black Sea Region Post-Soviet Countries / Krisztina Czuczor ; Marcel Rusu
Megjegyzések:The article contains a comprehensive description of the frozen conflicts in the region of the Post-Soviet countries, those which also belong to the Eastern Partnership region. The Russian pressure defines the development of these countries and it affects their international relationship with the European Union and NATO. The low security level in Ukraine forms the latest and still permanent conflictual situation which results the country's territorial disputes in the international level. The five problematic regions are Crimean Peninsula and Eastern Ukraine (Donetsk and Lugansk regions), Transdniester in Republic of Moldova, Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Georgia, Nagorno Karabakh in Armenia and Azerbaijan. NATO intended to exclude Russia from the main world leader countries' range so the EU's, and in the same time the NATO's, intention to get closer to Ukraine, and to the former Soviet countries, seemed a threat for the Russian Federation. The Russian Federation, in order to obtain their position between the major world leader counties, still exercises pressure on the Black Sea area, which activities constitute the abuse of energy and military power as well as the support of the Post-Soviet, Black-Sea region countries separatists. In conclusion the NATO as well as the Russian Federation needs to make steps towards each other, because it is true that Russia can exercise a leader role in the Black Sea region which affects the whole world's market economy and also the EU.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Földtudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Russian Federation
Frozen conflicts,
Eastern Partnership,
Post-Soviet countries
Megjelenés:Eurolimes. - 2018 : 25 (2018), p. 115-126. -
További szerzők:Rusu, Marcel
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