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The Maidan Uprising, Separatism and Foreign Intervention

Ukraine’s complex transition

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Edited By Klaus Bachmann and Igor Lyubashenko

The current crisis in Ukraine has revealed a striking lack of background knowledge about Ukraine’s history and politics among West European politicians, journalists, intellectuals and even many academics. In this book, experts from Poland, Ukraine, the US, Russia and Western Europe fill the gap between an omnipresent and easily available narrative about Russia and a scarce, scattered knowledge about Ukraine. They show what history and political science can offer for a better understanding of the crisis and provide insights, which are based on reliable Ukrainian, Russian, Polish and Turkish sources and confidential interviews with key actors and advisors. Rather than offering easy answers, the authors present facts and knowledge, which enables the reader to make up his own informed opinion.
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Bibliographic Information published by the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek The Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the Deutsche Nationalbibliografie; detailed bibliographic data is available in the internet at http://dnb.d-nb.de.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The Maidan Uprising, separatism and foreign intervention : Ukraine's complex transition / Klaus Bachmann, Igor Lyubashenko, eds. – First edition.

      pages cm – (Studies in political transition, ISSN 2191-3307 ; volume 4)   Includes bibliographical references.   ISBN 978-3-631-65456-9   1. Ukraine–History–Euromaidan Protests, 2013-2014. 2. Ukraine–Politics and government–1991- 3. European Union–Ukraine. 4. Ukraine–Foreign relations– Russia (Federation) 5. Russia (Federation)–Foreign relations–Ukraine.   I. Bachmann, Klaus, 1963- II. Lyubashenko, Igor, 1983-   DK508.848.M35 2014   947.7086–dc23

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This publication was financially supported by the Polish National Research Center (Narodowe Centrum Nauki) through the grant nr. 2012/06/A/HS5/00249 and a grant awarded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education based on decision nr 215443/E-560/S/2013-1.

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