This November marks six years since Ukraine’s Euromaidan protests. Sometimes referred to as the “Revolution of Dignity,” the events of winter 2013–14 had far-reaching consequences not only for Ukraine’s government and Ukrainian national identity, but also for global geopolitics. After the corrupt Yanukovych government fell, Putin’s Russia annexed Crimea and became involved in separatist conflict in Ukraine’s eastern regions, under the premise of “protecting Russian speakers.” This edited volume investigates the events of 2013–14 and their impact on culture, politics, society and identities.
"Revolution and War in Contemporary Ukraine: The Challenge of Change,"
International Dialogue: Vol. 9, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/id-journal/vol9/iss1/8
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