PREREQUISITES FOR THE FORMATION OF A REGIONAL SECURITY SYSTEM IN THE BALTIC-BLACK SEA UNION

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  Kikste Kaspars

Abstract

The purpose of the paper is to summarise and present various aspects of forming a security group within BBS. The method allows to reveal features of evolutionary process of formation of security group. Methodology. The study is based on an evolutionary study of the formation of a security group within the Baltic-Black Sea Union. The content of this study, scientific findings, conclusion and recommendations are based on the broad application of the systematic approach to the study of the phenomena. The proposed work is based on a synthesis of existing approaches to understanding the essence of security group BBS. Results research has shown that the idea of forming a regional grouping to form a security system has a long historical retrospective. The idea of forming a regional group that implements the concept of protection of democratic freedoms and rights became relevant in the early 90's and is especially actively implemented with the intensification of hostilities in Ukraine. All this raises the issue of forming the Baltic-Black Sea Union, which could become an outpost of Europe's defense. Practical implications. The formation of a security group is an important task in modern conditions, given the presence of external threats, there is a need for its quality justification and identification of key players and their capabilities. Value/originality. Analysis of the historical retrospective of the formation of regional security education provides a better understanding of the prospects for its operation.

How to Cite

Kaspars, K. (2022). PREREQUISITES FOR THE FORMATION OF A REGIONAL SECURITY SYSTEM IN THE BALTIC-BLACK SEA UNION. Three Seas Economic Journal, 3(2), 29-34. https://doi.org/10.30525/2661-5150/2022-2-4
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Keywords

a regional security, Baltic-Black Sea Union, security system, prerequisites for the formation

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