Ihor Todorov


Professor of International Relations; Director; Center for International Security and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Uzhhorod National University, Ukraine

Ukraine in European Dialogue Fellow
(August 2016)


The Geopolitical Dimension of Ukraine’s Cooperation with Central and Eastern European Countries under Conditions of Russian Aggression

Attempts to destroy the established system of international relations and international law resulted in a new geopolitical situation when the Russian Federation occupied part of Ukrainian territory in 2014. In response, Ukraine and some of its EU neighbours have increased their cooperation and integration efforts, and the old geopolitical concept of the “Intermarium” has re-emerged, which incorporates Ukraine together with EU countries such as Poland, Romania, and the Baltic States in an informal anti-Russian alliance.