Reconciliation between parties in a violent conflict usually depends first of all on an end to the violence. In her contribution to this discussion forum, Oxana...

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Time is likely to show that the gain in sovereignty promised by Brexit proponents will exact a disproportionate cost in terms of European and global influence....

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Veritable Truth

Yurko Prokhasko ・ February 2016

The Ukrainian revolution is ongoing, but to look at the correspondence between words and conditions, events and messages, facts and interpretations, it is not...

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The Iran Deal and the Ukraine-Russia-EU Triangle

Olena Pavlenko, Anton Antonenko, Roman Nitsovych ・ August 2015

The Iran crisis and its resolution have sent several powerful signals to the EU, Ukraine, and Russia. The first and perhaps most important signal is that...

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Mapping the Maidan

Mykola Riabchuk ・ August 2015

David Marples, a prominent Canadian scholar of modern Ukraine and Belarus, and his younger colleague from the University of Alberta Frederick Mills have...

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The most frequently used label for the current conflict in Eastern Europe, the “Ukraine Crisis,” is doubly misleading. It not only distracts from the predominant...

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They are twenty, forty, sixty. They are women, and they are men. In their collective “we” there is weeping for justice, for incompleteness, for the...

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Ukraine specialists are quite aware of what some have called the Ukrainophobic ranting of Stephen Cohen. However, this historian who before 2014 never wrote as...

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The political parties that were destroyed by the flames of the Euromaidan will not soon spring back to life and begin to compete with the oligarchic groups. The...

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Double-headed Eurasia

Andreas Umland ・ February 2015

Relying primarily on the doctrines of the mostly Western European inter- and post-war intellectual right-wing extremism, including the German “conservative...

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