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The Origins of Peace, Non-Violence, and Conflict in Ukraine

The Origins of Peace, Non-Violence, and Conflict in Ukraine

The rise of authoritarianism, West-supported popular protests, NATO/EU enlargement, and Russia’s foreign policy are the main causes of the Ukraine crisis.

Ukrainian Politics since Independence

Ukrainian Politics since Independence

Ukrainian politics will remain a struggle between old- and new-style politics, although it remains to be seen how much of the old informal politics has changed.

Russians in Ukraine: Before and after Euromaidan

Russians in Ukraine: Before and after Euromaidan

The 2014 Euromaidan and the following conflict have reinforced negative attitudes to, and marginalisation of, Russians and the Russian-speaking population of Ukraine.

Crimea: People and Territory before and after Annexation

Crimea: People and Territory before and after Annexation

While Crimea is likely to remain a point of conflict between Ukraine/the West and Russia, the return of the territory to the Ukrainian state is virtually impossible.

Edited Collection – Ukraine and Russia: People, Politics, Propaganda and Perspectives

Edited Collection – Ukraine and Russia: People, Politics, Propaganda and Perspectives

The authors of this volume each present a facet of the dangerous turmoil provoked by the breakdown in Russo-Ukrainian relations, and thus contribute to a deeper understanding of the ongoing crisis.

Ukraine or Malorossia?

Ukraine or Malorossia?

What will it take for Vladimir Putin to come to terms with the fact that Ukraine is an independent country and not Malorossia, or ‘little Russia’?

Brussels to the Rescue?

Brussels to the Rescue?

In Ukraine, Euromaidan protesters call for democracy. Their disappointment with the EU is growing as attempts to negotiate a way out of the crisis have largely failed.

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