Ukraine in context

Ivan Katchanovski (Ottawa): The Politics of World War II in Contemporary Ukraine; Political Regionalism in "Orange" Ukraine (2010); Democracy and Political Values in Ukraine (2012); and The Rebellion in Ukraine: Alternative Views. Andreas Umland (NaUKMA): A Typical Variety of European Right-Wing Radicalism? Andreas Umland (NaUKMA) and Anton Shekhovtsov (UCL): Ultraright Party Politics in Post-Soviet Ukraine and the Puzzle of the Electoral Marginalism of Ukrainian Ultranationalists in 1994-2009. Frank C. Thames (Texas Tech): Party Systems and Legislative Cohesion in Post-Communist Ukraine. Serhiy Kudelia (Baylor): Ukraine in Context: What Happens When Authoritarians Fall. Mikhail Krylov and Anton Gritsenko (RAS): The Dynamics of Cultural Identity in the Left-Bank Ukraine and Neighboring Regions of Russia. Samuel Charap (IISS) and Mikhail Troitskiy (MGIMO): Russia, the West and the Integration Dilemma. Poland has become a part of Western Europe — for better or for worse; in the face of the escalating Ukrainian conflict it definitely seems for worse. Timothy Snyder on Ukraine: The haze of propaganda. Putin goes to war: David Remnick on how with Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Crimea, Russia’s period of Olympic mercy has come to an end. The “Russia reset” was already dead: The US and Russia don't really have strong shared interests — it's time to abandon fruitless efforts to work together with Putin. Zack Beauchamp on why the crisis in Ukraine isn’t the start of another Cold War. Erik Voeten on why international institutions are going to be crucial for resolving the Russia-Ukraine conflict even if they seem feeble now. 22 maps that explain the centuries-long conflict in Ukraine.