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Security Relations in the Black Sea Region: Russia and the West after the Ukranian Crisis [Text] / N. Alexandrova-Arbatova // Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. 2015. V. 15. Issue 2. 129 139.
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ISSN 1468-3857 (Print), 1743-9639 (Online)

DOI 10.1080/14683857.2015.1060015

The Ukrainian conflict – as all post-Soviet conflicts – has three interrelated dimensions – global, regional and local – with deep implications for international security including the Black Sea region. The strategic interdependence between Russia and West during the last decade became not only anaemic but antagonistic. The regional implications of that can be compared to the boomerang effect: problems at the strategic level affect the regional level and return to the originators. Generally speaking, Commonwealth of Independent States conflicts can be viewed as the product of the Soviet legacy and the patchy collapse of the USSR as well as the ill-conceived policies and mistakes of the involved parties, Russia and external actors – USA, NATO and EU.  


Keywords: Black Sea | Ukraine | NATO | security | Ukrainian crisis |

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