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AN ANALYSIS OF THE EVENTS THAT LED TO THE EXACERBATION OF THE BLACK SEA CRISIS IN THE LAST DECADE AND THE ROLE OF DISINFORMATION AND MISINFORMATION

 

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  1. Authors:
      • Adrian Viorel DRAGOMIR, email: adrian_dragomir1980@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Politehnica University of Bucharest
      • Robert-Claudiu HELLVIG, email: robert.hellvig@mae.ro, Afiliation: Valahia University of Targoviste
      • Constantin-Adrian BL─éNARU, email: blanaruadrian@yahoo.com

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      • 28|53

  2. Keywords: disinformation, information security, war, vulnerability, resilience

  3. Abstract:
    The joint defence and security of the Black Sea basin is a fundamental instrument of international security policy. Applying the principle of subsidiarity in the organization of security in this area, which is characterized by chronic conflicts dating back to the Cold War, involves taking into account a multi-storey security system, based on cooperation between EU (European Union), OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe), NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and UN (United Nations). Engagement at one or more of these levels will depend on the specific security tasks being  considered. In the context of the Ukraine crisis, the need for a correlation that means optimizing cooperation between the various security institutions is becoming more evident than ever. Developments in the EU, competition between Russia (Russian Federation) and NATO, the possibility that the national interests of some Western states prevail over the common ones, the assessment of security from ideological and non-financial positions, as well as the lack of a correct division of labour between the participating states are the main factors influencing the construction of an efficient system in the field of security in the Black Sea area. The level of interoperability on which relations between the states in the area are based gives content to the collective European and Euro-Atlantic crisis management capacity.

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