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A Ukraine Reading List

Kiev, Ukraine

The history of the Russia-Ukraine conflict is a long and complex one. Hopkins Press has published a variety of books and scholarly research on the topic, including the work below. We encourage a look at these book titles and papers for a deeper understanding of the context of the current situation. All journals articles below are freely available for the next month.

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Transitions to Democracy

edited by Kathryn Stoner and Michael McFaul

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Transitions to Democracy

edited by Kathryn Stoner and Michael McFaul

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How NATO Adapts

Seth A. Johnston

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How NATO Adapts

Seth A. Johnston

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Inheriting the Bomb

Mariana Budjeryn

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Inheriting the Bomb

Mariana Budjeryn

Publication Date: December 27, 2022
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Journal Articles


Russia's Ukraine Obsession
Lilia Shevtsova
Journal of Democracy, vol. 31 no. 1, January 2020
 

Ukraine's Post-Maidan Struggles: The Rise of an "Outsider" President
Joanna Rohozinska and Vitaliy Shpak
Journal of Democracy, vol. 30 no. 3, July 2019
 

The Return of the Empire: The Ukraine Crisis in the Historical Perspective
Serhii Plokhy
South Central Review, vol. 35 no. 1, Spring 2018


Ukraine Is Not Russia: Comparing Youth Political Activism
Taras Kuzio
SAIS Review of International Affairs, vol. 26 no. 2, Summer-Fall 2006


Deciding on the Borderland: The Ukrainian Elections of 2004
Ivan Ascher
Theory & Event, vol. 8 no. 2, 2005


Origins of the Unity Paradigm: Ukraine and the Construction of Russian National History (1620-1860)
​​​​​​​Zenon E. Kohut
Eighteenth-Century Studies, vol. 35 no. 1, Fall 2001


 

 

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