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  • Literature on the Crisis in Ukraine

    I believe there is no truth regarding the Crisis in Ukraine and that everything we read and hear is politics (to put it bluntly). My main interest has formerly been with the Soviet-German War, but I have lately ventured into studying the current Crisis in Ukraine. Knowing that it is still difficult to establish facts about the Soviet-German War even today, I have come to acknowledge that we will have to wait many years before it will be possible to know just part of what is currently taking place in Ukraine and beyond.

    Nevertheless, this thread should seek to provide different sources on the conflict (offering different perspectives), starting off with published books. Later on, academic articles and news paper articles can join the fray.

    Here are the main published titles concerning the Ukrainian Crisis:

    Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands, Richard Sakwa

    Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West, Andrew Wilson

    Conflict in Ukraine: The Unwinding of the Post-Cold War Order, Rajan Menon

    Ukraine: What Went Wrong and How to Fix It, Anders Ňslund

    Return to Cold War, Robert Legvold

    Brothers Armed: Military Aspects of the Crisis in Ukraine, Colby Howard (editor)

    The Maidan Uprising: Separatism and Foreign Intervention: Ukraine's Complex Transition, Klaus Bachmann (editor)

    Putin's Wars: The Rise of Russia's New Imperialism, Marcel H. van Herpen


    I have to admit I haven't read all of them yet, but intend to do so.

    Looking forward to share sources and hearing other people's viewpoints!

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    More books on the Crisis in Ukraine

    Have found some more titles, some of which I have read:

    Roots of Russia's War in Ukraine, Elisabeth Wood

    Ukraine's Euromaidan: Analyses of a Civil RevolutionRevolution, David R. Marples

    The Return of the Cold War: Ukraine, The West and Russia, J. L. Black

    Forthcoming title: Western Mainstream Media and the Ukraine Crisis: A Study in Conflict Propaganda, Oliver Boyd-Barrett

    Aggression against Ukraine : territory, responsibility, and international law, Thomas D. Grant

    Beyond Crimea : the new Russian empire, Agnia Grigas

    Imperial gamble : Putin, Ukraine, and the new Cold War, Marvin L. Kald


    Background information:

    Ukraine : democratization, corruption, and the new Russian imperialism, Taras Kuzio

    EU and NATO Relations with Russia: After the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Glenn Diesen

    The limits of partnership : U.S.-Russian relations in the twenty-first century, Angela Stent

    Putin's Propaganda Machine: Soft Power and Russian Foreign Policy, Marcel H. Van Herpen

    All the best,
    Sean

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    • #3
      One of the most discussed and controversial articles concerning the Ukraine Crisis so far is John Mearsheimer's: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/artic...s-west-s-fault

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