Region Morza Bałtyckiego i Czarnego jako region odporny: aspekty polityczne i bezpieczeństwa

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Marianna Gladysh
Oksana Krayevska
Oksana Holovko-Havrysheva

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W artykule przeanalizowano koncepcyjne podstawy odporności we współczesnych naukach politycznych, w tym kluczowe podejścia koncepcyjne stosowane w badaniach naukowych zmierzających do zrozumienia polityki odporności, charakteryzujące reakcję badanych na stres lub zagrożenie dowolnego rodzaju i pochodzenia. Pojęcie odporności zastosowano do analizy współpracy między krajami regionu Morza Bałtyckiego i Czarnego jako regionalnego modelu interakcji, który należałoby utworzyć w celu ograniczenia lub uniknięcia kryzysów bezpieczeństwa.


Kraje regionu Morza Bałtyckiego i Czarnego stworzyły i rozwinęły łączące je na różnych płaszczyznach silne więzi, co otwiera okazję do intelektualnego przedsięwzięcia w zakresie konceptualizacji trybów interakcji występujących między nimi w ramach współpracy regionalnej.


W oparciu o przeanalizowane poglądy doktrynalne i dostępną dokumentację dotyczącą odporności w ONZ i UE, przedstawiono możliwe wizje i scenariusze utworzenia region Morza Bałtyckiego i Czarnego jako regionu odpornego. Wskazano na istniejące i potencjalne przeszkody we współpracy w regionie. Zbadano aktualnie występujące główne zagrożenia i wyzwania dla regionu Morza Bałtyckiego i Czarnego.

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Gladysh, M., Krayevska, O., & Holovko-Havrysheva, O. (2020). Region Morza Bałtyckiego i Czarnego jako region odporny: aspekty polityczne i bezpieczeństwa. Przegląd Strategiczny, (13), 159-178. https://doi.org/10.14746/ps.2020.1.10
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REGIONAL ASPECTS OF SECURITY
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Marianna Gladysh, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Marianna GLADYSH – candidate of Political Sciences (PhD), Associate Professor of the Department of International Relations and Diplomatic Service, Faculty of International Relations, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. HEAD, Head of the Centre of Northern European countries. Administartive coordinator of Erasmus+ KA2 “Rethinking Regional Studies: Baltic-Black Sea Connection” at IFNUL. Expert in political and security aspects economic aspects Nordic cooperation, regional cooperation, Baltic-Black Sea cooperation. The author of more than 20 scientific publications.

Oksana Krayevska, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Oksana KRAYEVSKA – candidate of Political Sciences (PhD), Associate Professorof the Department of Regional Studies and International Tourism, Faculty of International Relations, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine. Senior Research Fellow, IFNUL Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “Western Ukrainian Research Centre for European Studies” (starting from 2018). Senior Sectoral Policy Fellow, the EU Project “Support for the implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement” (Association4U, 2017–2019). Member of the Ukrainian Association of Professors and Researchers of European Integration (APREI, since 2018). Member of the Ukrainian European Studies Association (UESA, since 2010). Expert in political and economic aspects of European Integration, Common Policies of the EU, the process of the EU enlargement, European Union Policy in the sphere of Tourism, EU-Ukraine relations, Educational Policy of the EU, International Project management. The author of more than 50 scientific publications. Web-page: https://intrel.lnu.edu.ua/employee/krajevska-oksana-anatolijivna.

Oksana Holovko-Havrysheva, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Oksana HOLOVKO-HAVRYSHEVA – PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the European Law Department of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Head of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “Western Ukrainian Research Center for European Studies”, associate professor at the National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, International and European Law Department. The President of the Ukrainian Association of European Studies since 2018. In 2004 she conferred a degree of the Candidate of Juridical Sciences (12.00.11 – International Law) at the State and Law Institute named after Volodymyr Koretskyy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 2008 awarded an academic title of Associate Professor of the European Law Department. Participant of numerous international projects; in 2014–2017 – the academic coordinator of the Jean Monnet Project 553310 “Summer Courses in EU Law and Policies”. In 2017–2018 – Senior Legal Research Fellow, in 2018–2019 – Senior Legal Training Fellow in the EU-funded project “Association4U”, advising the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine (on the approximation of Ukrainian legislation to the EU law).

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