DIGEST ABOUT UKRAINE

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Kyiv, Ukraine

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DIGEST ABOUT UKRAINE

POWERED BY ADASTRA

Kyiv, Ukraine

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DIGEST ABOUT UKRAINE

POWERED BY ADASTRA

Kyiv, Ukraine

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IN A NUTSHELL

HackUkraine is a special project of the foreign-policy think tank «ADASTRA» aimed at broadening an often narrow understanding of Ukrainian politics, legal system, and economic development. Initially, ADASTRA`s foremost ambition was to open the world to Ukraine, and now it is high-time to HackUkraine for the World. In fortnight digests, our seasoned experts will deliver research on the main political, legal, and economic issues discussed openly or sometimes off-the-record behind closed doors.

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About The DIGEST "HackUkraine"

What is included in our digest?
A particular form of digest may vary depending on the most suitable option for a comprehensive issue coverage. Generally, a subscriber will be provided with separate research materials on the recent shifts in political, legal, and economic environment in Ukraine. Yet, if any event or tendency is too significant to be ignored, an in-depth analysis covering those three aspects will be offered simultaneously.
In comparison to many Ukrainian media, HackUkraine`s digests provide a coherent picture without trying to spread disinformation or lobbying someone’s interests.


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Yuliia Parkhomenko

Implications of Russia`s A2/AD capabilities in Kaliningrad for NATO security

The militarization of Kaliningrad region has been intensified lately, posing great threats to NATO`s Baltic allies. Russia has opted for an asymmetric A2/AD strategy and deployed S-300, S-400 and Bastion defense systems covering the territories of Poland and Lithuania as well as the whole Suwalki corridor which is considered as NATO`s choke point. As a result, NATO`s freedom of movement even within its own territory could be limited and the access to the operational areas denied.

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Oleksii Panchak

The Evolution of NATO’s Strategy in the Arctic Region

The term North Atlantic Treaty Organization gives a clear understanding of the alliance’s fundamental core in geographical terms. However, the northernmost part of the Earth has often been conspicuously absent from discussions in even academic circles regarding the activities of the organization in question. This frequently overlooked terrain is of course the Arctic – that is to say the area within the Arctic Circle, a line of latitude about 66.5° north of the Equator. 

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Dmitrii Borzenko

NATO Space policy: Integrated response to incoming threats

NATO has been constantly facing challenging impediments of both internal and external nature. Indeed, such obstacles have been hindering Alliance’s development, yet they also determined the direction of the Alliance’s course of activities. In the act of enlargement, it was reaching beyond its frontiers of operation and extending to new dimensions such as outer space. Space issues seem to have become one of the prioritized topics of the Alliance’s agenda.