Ukraine Crisis (2014) addresses the peaceful protests and violent conflicts that have rocked Ukraine in recent years. This book take a look at the events surrounding the Maidan uprising, the Russian annexation of Crimea and the ongoing conflict in the Donbas. Importantly, the crisis is put into context not just for the future of Ukraine but also how it affects Russia, the European Union and the world.
Andrew Wilson is an expert on post-Soviet Ukraine and Eastern European history. He is the professor of Ukrainian studies at the University College of London and a senior policy fellow at the European Council.
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