Deeskalace války na Ukrajině a její řešení pomocí mezinárodních bezpečnostních organizací.
De-escalation of the War at Ukraine, and Its Resolution
by International Security Organisations.
Armed Conflict Resolution by Military Forces?Author(s): Zbyněk Dubský
Subject(s): International relations/trade, Security and defense, Military policy
Published by: Univerzita obrany - Centrum bezpečnostních a vojenskostrategických studií
Keywords: Ukraine; NATO; European Union; OSCE; Liberal Institutionalism; Conflict Resolution; De-escalation
Summary/Abstract: The article is aimed on the identification of the tools of the international security organisations (NATO, European Union, Organisation for security and Cooperation in Europe) for de-escalation and resolution of the violent conflict in Ukraine. It is based on the liberal institucionalism. It characterizes and systematises tools and divides it into “soft power” and “hard power” tools. It is analysed the possibility of the use of armed forces as a coercive tool or in peacekeeping or monitoring missions. The NATO and the EU became involved in coercive diplomacy, the OSCE as a “soft power” becomes involved in mediation of the conflict in eastern Ukraine and dispatched long time missions. All three analysed organisations used the tools without placing of armed forces.
- Issue Year: 25/2016
- Issue No: 3
- Page Range: 3-20
- Page Count: 18
- Language: Czech