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Understanding Ukraine and Belarus: The Beginning

Understanding Ukraine and Belarus: The Beginning

The book describes the author’s travel, stories and experiences from a student in London to a history professor in Alberta, Canada.

Opinion – Is Standing by the Minsk II Agreement Worth It?

Opinion – Is Standing by the Minsk II Agreement Worth It?

European signatories of the Minsk II Agreement should abandon the deal and go back to the negotiating tables in order to prevent the possibility of civil war in Ukraine.

Review – Russia Abroad

Review – Russia Abroad

A meaningful contribution to regionalism studies that reveals the overlooked patterns of the marginal “subordinate” states’ agency in relation to the great powers.

The Ukraine-Russia War: Five Cutting Edge Books

The Ukraine-Russia War: Five Cutting Edge Books

Since the events of 2013, E-IR has published 5 open access books covering the crisis from a wide range of angles and viewpoints, with contributions from almost 40 leading scholars.

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Review – The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America

Richard Sakwa argues this is a strange book that attempts to defend the liberal order but demonstrates similar failings to other books within the New Cold War literature.

The Great War and the Polish Question in Imperial Russia, 1914–1917

The Great War and the Polish Question in Imperial Russia, 1914–1917

This study uncovers the evolution of the Kiev press’s attitude towards the Poles within the context of the German‑Russian clash in the First World War.

Ukraine and Russia Gird for Presidential Election

Ukraine and Russia Gird for Presidential Election

Ukraine is gearing up for a presidential election that will set its course for the next five years, perhaps most crucially in terms of its relations with Russia.

Russian Foreign Policy in the Middle East under Putin: Can Bears Walk in the Desert?

Russian Foreign Policy in the Middle East under Putin: Can Bears Walk in the Desert?

Putin saw volatility in the Middle East as an opportunity to expand Russian influence whilst keeping the gaze of the West away from regions with greater strategic importance to Russia.

The Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Ukrainian Church Crisis

The Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Ukrainian Church Crisis

In the Orthodox ecclesiastical world, the issue of an Ukrainian autocephalous church has emerged. Now, the question is how this crisis is going to escalate.

Interview – Daniel Moore

Interview – Daniel Moore

Daniel Moore talks about his PhD research on military offensive network operations, the increased weaponization of cyber capabilities and private intelligence companies.

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