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Author(s): Taras Kuzio
Book Pages: 260 - Publish Date: 2007-03-13 - Publisher: Columbia University Press
Description: The Crimea was the only region of Ukraine in the 1990s where separatism arose and inter-ethnic conflict potentially could have taken place between the Ukrainian central government, ethnic Russians in the Crimea, and Crimean Tatars. Such a conflict would have inevitably drawn in Russia and Turkey. Russia had large numbers of troops in the Crimea within the former Soviet Black Sea Fleet. Ukraine als...
Author(s): Paul D'Anieri
Book Pages: 295 - Publish Date: 2019-10-31 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Description: D'Anieri explores the long-term dynamics of international conflict between Ukraine, Russia and the West, revealing the historic roots of the conflict over Ukraine. He demonstrates how the security dilemma, the impact of democratization on geopolitics, and the incompatible goals of a post-Cold War Europe have led to 'a new Cold War'.
Author(s): Mark Galeotti
Book Pages: 65 - Publish Date: 2019-06-27 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Description: Explaining and illustrating the immediate background to the current Russian invasion of Ukraine, this book investigates the Ukrainian and Russian regular and irregular forces which have been fighting in the Donbas region since 2014. In February 2014, street protests in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities led to the ousting of the Russian-backed President Yanukovych. Simultaneously, Russia carried out ...
Book Pages: 176 - Publish Date: 2019-02-09 - Publisher: Routledge
Description: This book is a unique contribution to scholarship on the sources of the conflict in Ukraine. The volume brings together writers from Russia, Ukraine, Canada, the United States, Europe and Australia, many of whom attended a gathering of scholars and activists from all over Ukraine, held in Yalta, Crimea, just after the conflict in Eastern Ukraine erupted. Challenging both the demonization of Russia...
Book Pages: 417 - Publish Date: 2008-01-01 - Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Description: The question of where Russian history ends and Ukrainian history begins has not yet received a satisfactory answer. Generations of historians referred to Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, as the starting point of the Muscovite dynasty, the Russian state, and, ultimately, the Russian nation. However, the history of Kyiv and that of the Scythians of the Northern Black Sea region have also been claimed b...
Author(s): Valentine Green
Book Pages: 94 - Publish Date: 2022-04-27 - Publisher: Valentine Green
Description: In this comprehensive all-in-one guide, including references from 27 experts, academics and professionals; You will gain an in-depth understanding of the Russia Ukraine history and war. Quickly grasp key analysis of the background debate and context behind the conflict, so you can confidently explain what started this war. Here's what you'll discover in Russia Ukraine, Putin Zelenskyy, Your Essent...
Author(s): Serhii Plokhy
Book Pages: 400 - Publish Date: 2010-08-19 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Description: This 2006 book documents developments in the countries of eastern Europe, including the rise of authoritarian tendencies in Russia and Belarus, as well as the victory of the democratic 'Orange Revolution' in Ukraine, and poses important questions about the origins of the East Slavic nations and the essential similarities or differences between their cultures. It traces the origins of the modern Ru...
Author(s): Roman Solchanyk
Book Pages: 260 - Publish Date: 2001 - Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Description: This timely study provides a clear analysis of both the domestic and foreign policies and security issues confronting RussiaOs largest and most important neighbor during its first decade as an independent state. Roman Solchanyk emphasizes throughout the book, the complex, centuries-old Ukrainian-Russian relationship, which is so central that the ORussian questionO plays the determining role in Ukr...
Book Pages: 376 - Publish Date: 1996-03-14 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Description: In this book, leading western specialists and Russian and Ukrainian feminists examine how gender has shaped Russian and Ukrainian history from the twelfth century to the present. In particular, they analyse the current backlash against women's emancipation. Using new archival materials and the insights of feminist theory, the contributors explore the relevance of gender equality and difference in ...
Book Pages: 160 - Publish Date: 2016-02-15 - Publisher: Palgrave Pivot
Description: This book addresses the complex origins of the Ukrainian crisis. It places the crisis in a longer-term perspective and shows how the domestic political regime interpreted, balanced and eventually chose between the competing integration offers of Russia and the EU. It also explores the key implications for Ukraine's relations with the EU and Russia.