March 5th, 2010, presentation of the book Iulian Chifu, Oleksandr Sushko, Oazu Nantoi – “The Russian-Ukrainian gas crisis” will take place from 11:00 to 13:00 at the press-centre of the National News Agency of Ukraine UKRINFORM (Kyiv, Bogdana Khmelnytskogo street, 8/16). Borys Tarasyuk will make the presentation as a welcome speaker.
The publication aims to provide for comparative analysis of 2009 Russia-Ukraine gas
crisis’ impact on decision-making processes in the three neighboring countries: Ukraine, Romania and the Republic of Moldova. The research is based on cognitive institutionalized approach developed by the Crisis Management Europe Program under the guidance of the Center for Crisis Management Research and Training (CRISMART) at the Swedish National Defense College.
Bilingual: English- Ukrainian; Translation: Oksana Shulyar
- Oleksandr Sushko is a Research Director of the Institute for Euro-Atlantic cooperation (Kyiv, Ukraine), activist and expert of “Europe without Borders” civic initiative, his feld of expertise: foreign and security policy, European integration, EU and NATO-related studies, freedom of movement, visa regimes.
- Iulian Chifu is the Director of the Confict Prevention and Early Warning Bucharest, and professor at the National School for Political and Administrative Studies Bucharest, specialized in Confict Analysis and Decision Making in Crisis, Romania.
- Oazu Nantoi is a Project director of the Institute for Public Policy (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova). Oazu is one of the key authors of well know concept for Transnistria solution: Democratisation, Decriminalisation, Demilitarisation (“Three D”).