Suchergebnisse für 'Beyond the Crisis'
Misperceptions of Foreign Challenges in Times of War, 2014–2015
With a foreword by Paul D’Anieri
This book investigates the making of Ukraine’s foreign policy towards the European Union and Russia between February 2014 and February 2015. To contextualize the events of the first year of the Russian-Ukrainian...
Bias and Prejudice in Journalistic, Expert, and Academic Analyses of East European, Russian and Eurasian Affairs
Western academics, experts, and journalists specializing in Eastern Europe, Russia and Eurasia have grappled with two fundamental analytical crises in connection with the 1991 disintegration of the USSR...
Leonid Luks, Gunter Dehnert, Nikolaus Lobkowicz, Alexei Rybakow, Andreas Umland, Martina Tsoi
27. Jahrgang, Heft 1 (2023)
[Over] the last decade there has emerged a growing explicit (theoretically formulated) or tacit (pragmatic) acceptance by Anglophone academics working in the field that fascism’s ineliminable core is...
Julie Fedor, Andreas Umland
2022/2Russian Disinformation and Western Scholarship: Bias and Prejudice in Journalistic, Expert and Academic Analyses of East European and Eurasian Affairs
Western academics, experts, and journalists specializing in Eastern Europe and Eurasia have grappled with two fundamental analytical crises in connection with the 1991 disintegration of the USSR and Russia’s...
Ukraine is again—since its annexation of Crimea in February 2014 and the ongoing war in the Donbass—the stage of the largest crisis in Europe since the end of the Cold War. When it comes to understanding...
Piotr Pietrzak, Venera Russo
Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
In Statu Nascendi is a peer-reviewed journal that investigates specific issues through a sociocultural, philosophical, and anthropological approach to understand the complexity of contemporary crisis,...
Taras Kuzio, Stefan Jajecznyk-Kelman
This book details how Russia’s February 2022 open invasion of Ukraine has led to the biggest military conflagration and refugee crisis in Europe since World War II—a development with global ramifications....
How Ukraine’s Political Economy Regime Survived the Crisis
How did the Ukrainian oligarchy survive the institutional disruption of the Euromaidan revolt of 2013/2014? How did it manage to continue its extractive political and economic practices, amid deep changes...
Julie Fedor, Andreas Umland, Andriy Portnov
Russia’s Annexation of Crimea III - A Debate on Prospect Theory and Explaining Russia’s Annexation of Crimea. Issue 2022/01
Special Section: Russia`s Annexation of Crimea III
Gergana Dimova and Andreas Umland: Introduction. Perspectives on Russia’s 2014 Annexation of Crimea: Empirical and Theoretical...
Dead phones, chaos in hospitals, looming nuclear meltdowns: For years, experts all over the world have been warning of a widespread power blackout—and the devastating consequences for society as a whole....