- About the book
DetailsThis volume of collected papers takes stock of what has become known about the war in eastern Ukraine’s Donets Basin (Donbas) between April 2014 and mid-2020. It provides an introduction to the conflict and illustrates the key point of contention in the academic debate surrounding it—the question whether this war is primarily an internal Ukrainian phenomenon or the result of a covert Russian invasion. The contributions by recognized specialists from Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and Japan offer multifaceted views and insights into this long-lasting conflict for both expert readers and those who are new to the topic. The volume’s contributors are Tymofii Brik, Jakob Hauter, Sanshiro Hosaka, Yuriy Matsiyevsky, Nikolay Mitrokhin, Maximilian Kranich, and Ulrich Schneckener.
- The author
About the authorThe editor:
Jakob Hauter, MA, studied International Relations and Contemporary European Studies in Dresden, Saint Petersburg, Bath, and Siena. Since 2018, he is a PhD Candidate at University College London’s (UCL) School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES). Previously, he worked as an analyst of Russian and Ukrainian media and current affairs for the United States Mission to the United Kingdom. His papers have been published by the Berlin Institute for European Politics (IEP) and in the Journal of Strategic Security.
The author of the foreword:
Dr. Andrew Wilson is Professor of Ukrainian Studies at UCL SSEES. His publications include Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West (2014), Ukraine‘s Orange Revolution (2005), and The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation (2002).
- Additional Information
Delivery time 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days Author Maximilian Kranich, Sanshiro Hosaka, Tymofii Brik, Andrew Wilson, Jakob Hauter, Yuriy Matsiyevsky, Nikolay Mitrokhin, Ulrich Schneckener, Ulrich Schneckener, Nikolay Mitrokhin Editor Jakob Hauter, Andreas Umland Number of pages 236 Language English Publication date Apr 20, 2021 Weight (kg) 0.3080 ISBN-13 9783838213835