Post Tagged with: "Crimea"

Russia-West-Ukraine: Triangle of Competition 1991–2013

Russia-West-Ukraine: Triangle of Competition 1991–2013

Russia’s desire to limit Ukraine’s independence and to retake control of Crimea did not emerge during the Putin era. Rather they were there from the very beginning.

Annexation and Hybrid Warfare in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine

Annexation and Hybrid Warfare in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine

The conflict in Ukraine will remain difficult to solve because Russia’s goals are contradictory to Ukraine’s and the West’s norms.

The Causes and Consequences of Russia’s Actions towards Ukraine

The Causes and Consequences of Russia’s Actions towards Ukraine

Scholars writing about the Russia-Ukraine conflict face a choice in perspectives that is likely to lead them to being criticised no matter what they do.

Ukraine and the Russian Challenge to the European Order

Ukraine and the Russian Challenge to the European Order

Russia’s actions in 2014 were not just a response specific events such as NATO enlargement, EU policy, democracy promotion or revolution in Ukraine.

Interview – Wojciech Lorenz

Interview – Wojciech Lorenz

Wojciech Lorenz discusses the effect of the election of Donald Trump and events in Turkey on NATO, potential NATO enlargement and Poland’s current security situation.

Crimea 2014: Recapping Five Months of Change in Ukraine

Crimea 2014: Recapping Five Months of Change in Ukraine

The West is simply unable to predict Vladimir Putin’s next move and NATO is belatedly bolstering its position in the eastern borderland member states.

Inside the Head of Vladimir Putin

Inside the Head of Vladimir Putin

Whatever the outcome of the Crimean annexation, it is difficult to see where one of the world’s most most self-obsessed and egotistical leaders goes from here.

Donald Trump’s Echoes of Fascism over Crimea

Donald Trump’s Echoes of Fascism over Crimea

It is no wonder that fascism appears in analyses of Trump. Both share demagoguery, false creation of enemies as the source of problems, autarky, isolation, mass propaganda and a bombastic leader.

Migration of Ukrainians to Russia in 2014–2015

Migration of Ukrainians to Russia in 2014–2015

For many years, Russians were open to Ukrainians and saw them as desirable neighbours. However, recent geopolitical changes have had negative consequences.

Kiev, Ukraine, colorful tires ,the Berehynia monument

Open Access Book – Ukraine in Conflict: An Analytical Chronicle

Through a series of articles written between 2013 and 2017, this book examines Ukraine during its period of conflict following the Euromaidan protests.

A Hybrid Deportation: Internally Displaced from Crimea in Ukraine

A Hybrid Deportation: Internally Displaced from Crimea in Ukraine

There is a widespread feeling of being abandoned by the government among IDPs from Crimea. The main task ahead is to remove the barriers preventing IDP integration.

Geopolitical Fault-Line Cities

Geopolitical Fault-Line Cities

Conflicting identities come together in Ukraine’s fault-line cities, diverting the population’s attention from issues concerning the more mundane aspects of urban life.

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