Crimean Library

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«Migration weapons»: the replacement of the Crimean population with Russian

11 July 2021
Summarising the statistics, calculations, and estimates outlined above, we can conclude that during the years of the occupation, the population of the peninsula, including Sevastopol, has increased by at least 700 thousand – 1 million people due to external migration. The de facto population of the Crimean Peninsula is at least 3 million people compared with 2,3 million people before the occupation...
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The Socio-Economic Situation in Occupied Crimea in 2014 – 2020. Third Edition

24 December 2020
The third edition of the book "The Socio-Economic Situation in Occupied Crimea" includes updated information as of 2020 and new analytics on the managed migration of the Russian population to the seized territory and the water supply to the occupied peninsula.
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The Real Impact of Crimean Sanctions. 2nd Edition

02 April 2020
The occupation and subsequent illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula by the Russian Federation in February-March 2014 and Russia's further aggression against Ukraine have become a turning point in the global history of sanctions. 
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The Militarization of Crimea as a Pan-European Threat

21 December 2018
The Militarization of Crimea as a Pan-European Threat book is based on the monitoring results of the joint monitoring group of Maidan of Foreign Affairs, the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies and BlackSeaNews. Commissioned by the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine.
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The Gray Zone. Crimea: Four Years of Occupation

21 December 2018
"The Gray Zone". Crimea: Four Years of Occupation is the annual report known as "The Occupied Crimea under the Sanctions and Blockade in 2014-2018") published by Maidan of Foreign Affairs Charitable Foundation, the BlackSeaNews internet portal and the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies.
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The Real Impact of Crimean Sanctions

21 December 2018
The Real Impact of Crimean Sanctions book is based on the monitoring results of the joint monitoring group of Maidan of Foreign Affairs, the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies and BlackSeaNews. Commissioned by the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine.
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The Kerch Bridge and the Spread of the RF Aggression to the Sea of Azov

21 December 2018
The Kerch Bridge and the Spread of the RF Aggression to the Sea of Azov book is based on the monitoring results of the joint monitoring group of Maidan of Foreign Affairs, the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies and BlackSeaNews. Commissioned by the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine.
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The Black Sea Threat and NATO Response

20 December 2018
The Black Sea Threat and NATO Response book is based on the data gathered by the joint Monitoring Group of the Maidan of Foreign Affairs, the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies and the BlackSeaNews online portal. Commissioned by the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine.
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«The Gray Zone». The Occupied Crimea: Sanctions Violations in 2017. The Monitoring Results

13 July 2018

The annual report by Maidan of Foreign Affairs, BlackSeaNews and the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies. It contains several databases of violations of the international sanctions in 2017 in the occupied Crimea.

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"The Gray Zone". Crimea: Four Years of Occupation

11 July 2018

The annual report by Maidan of Foreign Affairs, BlackSeaNews and the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies. It contains several databases such as a blacklist of maritime violators of so called "Crimean" sanctions for the last four years of Russian occupation.

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Human Rights Abuses in Russian-Occupied Crimea

16 March 2015
This report documents the alarming deterioration of human rights in Crimea under Russian occupation. Through a careful chronicling of evidence, Andrii Klymenko, Chief Editor of Black Sea News exposes the Kremlin’s repressive and discriminatory policies against Crimeans.
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Don’t write off the Russian Navy

08 July 2013

Vladimir YEVSEYEV, director of the Center for Public Policy Research, Moscow, specially for BSNews. However, in mid-May, the Mediterranean force saw its status upgraded to being directly subordinate to the General Staff of the Russian Navy. On June 1, the formation, consisting of 16 warships, plus auxiliary vessels and three helicopters, commenced military duty under the command of the large anti-submarine ship Admiral Panteleev.

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The South Caucasus countries and their security dimension

30 May 2013

Eugene KOGAN, The Center for International and European Studies (CIES), Istanbul. The two unresolved conflicts in the South Caucasus hang over Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia like the Sword of Damocles. As seen from every view point, Russia’s influence, levers and policy toward conflicts resolution remain the key issues. As long as Moscow maintains a status quo policy and keeps the outside actors at arm’s length from the region, the unresolved conflicts will continue to fester.

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Turkey and the new energy politics of the Black Sea region

25 February 2013

Mitat CELIKPALA, Associate Professor at Kadir Has University, Istanbul. Energy competition in the Black Sea region, which was not in the spotlight in the post-2008 Russia- Georgia war period and was under the influence of the international financial crisis, has been showing signs of revival with the prospects of economic recovery and the signing of new agreements. For the last few years, Turkey has been trying to implement a comprehensive energy and foreign policy by considering alternative pipelines. This has not been an easy task for a transit country.

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The European Neighbourhood Policy's First Decade In The Eastern Neighborhood

23 January 2013

Elena GNEDINA, Nicu POPESCU, Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University, Istanbul, specially for BSNews. In this period, the EU undoubtedly developed and intensified its relations with most of its eastern neighbors, but has hardly managed to 'change' them or significantly alter the course of their development...