Category Archives: Analytics

Ukraine’s financial capacity and projected support from allies in 2024

Photo – Reuters Financial and military assistance to Ukraine is an investment in the security of the civilized world. Reducing the amount of allied assistance could be crucial for Ukraine in 2024. The Analytical Department of the Ukrainian Security and Cooperation Center has prepared a detailed prediction of Western aid and Ukraine’s strategy from open…

WHAT’S NEXT: Assessment of Russia’s economic capabilities on the eve of 2024

Sanctions bypassing by Russia means more than $100 billion for the war in Ukraine. This amount is allocated for the army in the Russian budget for 2024. This amount is the biggest  for Russia since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Despite the sanctions, the Russian economy is stabilizing and demonstrates its readiness to support…

WHAT’S NEXT: Assessment of Russia’s Military Capabilities on the Eve of 2024

Photo – Reuters The analysis of the war in Ukraine is an information weapon that helps to soberly assess one’s own actions in the face of a full-scale invasion. On the eve of 2024, the analytical department of the Ukrainian Security and Cooperation Center prepared a detailed prediction of Western assistance, enemy actions and Ukraine’s…

Elections in Occupied Territories: An Attempt to Legitimize Occupation

Since 2014, Russia has been trying to create the illusion of legitimacy for its actions on the territory of Ukraine: the occupation of Crimea, the creation of new republics that it later incorporated into the federation, and eventually a full-scale invasion. Not the least role in this is systematically played by “independent international experts” who are in fact European citizens paid by the Kremlin and those who are also responsible for Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Sanctions “barrier”: how European companies circumvent sanctions against Russia by sponsoring the war in Ukraine

In the year and a half of Russia’s full-scale war in Ukraine, the EU has imposed 11 packages of sanctions on companies and individuals to deter the Russian war machine. But so far, this pressure has not been enough to stop the war and the deaths of Ukrainian civilians.

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