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Ukraine, War, Love

A Donetsk Diary

Olena Stiazhkina

In Ukraine, War, Love, award-winning fiction writer Olena Stiazhkina chronicles day-to-day developments in her beloved hometown Donetsk during Russia's 2014 invasion and occupation of the Ukrainian city with sarcasm, anger, and humor. This is a fierce love let...

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Towards the Abyss

Ukraine from Maidan to War

Volodymyr Ishchenko

"Nuanced, melancholy, sophisticated and gratifyingly intimate." –Yanis Varoufakis, author of Technofeudalism Ukrainian politics, the Russian invasion and the escalating crisis of the post-Soviet world Towards the Abyss presents searching analysis of a decade...

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The Art of Ukraine

Alisa Lozhkina

An in-depth overview of Ukrainian art from the dawn of modernism in the late nineteenth century to the start of the Russian invasion in winter 2022....

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Public Administration in Ukraine Assessment against the Principles of Public Administration

Assessment against the Principles of Public Administration


This report analyses the performance of public administration in Ukraine through a set of standard indicators based on the Principles of Public Administration. The Principles set out what good public governance entails in practice and outline the main requirem...

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What Went Wrong?

Russia's Lost Opportunity and the Path to Ukraine

Philip Yancey , John A. Bernbaum

The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 ushered in a tumultuous period for Russia and Ukraine. The Soviet Union broke apart, Communism was exposed as morally bankrupt, and Russian leaders turned to the West for help. In an astonishing development, Mikhail Gorbache...

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Diaries of War

Two Visual Accounts from Ukraine and Russia [A Graphic Novel History]

Nora Krug

Powerful graphic journalism that highlights the contrasting realities of a Ukrainian journalist and a Russian artist grappling with their own individual experiences of Russia’s war on Ukraine—collected, edited, and illustrated by award-winning author Nora ...

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War, Peace, and Populist Discourse in Ukraine

Olga Baysha

This book explores the detrimental effects on global peace of populism’s tendency to present complex social issues in simplistic "good versus evil" terms. Analyzing the civilizational discourse of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky with respect to the on...

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Managing Meaning in Ukraine

Information, Communication, and Narration since the Euromaidan Revolution

Goran Bolin , Per Stahlberg

An in-depth look at Ukraine’s attempts to shape how it is perceived by the rest of the world. During times of crisis, competing narratives are often advanced to define what is happening, and the stakes of information management by nations are high. In this t...

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Calling Ukraine

A Novel

Johannes Lichtman

National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 honoree and author of Such Good Work Johannes Lichtman returns with a novel that is strikingly relevant to our times—about an American who takes a job in Ukraine in 2018, only to find that his struggle to understand the cu...

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Ukraine and Russia

From Civilized Divorce to Uncivil War

Paul D'Anieri

In this fully revised and updated in-depth analysis of the war in Ukraine, Paul D'Anieri explores the dynamics within Ukraine, between Ukraine and Russia, and between Russia and the West that emerged with the collapse of the Soviet Union and eventually resulte...

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Ukraine's Unnamed War

Before the Russian Invasion of 2022

Dominique Arel , Jesse Driscoll

The Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 has its roots in the events of 2013-2014. Russia cynically termed the seditionist conflict in Crimea and Eastern Donbas a 'civil war' in order to claim non-involvement. This flies in the face of evidence, but the authors...

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Queer Ukraine

An Anthology of LGBTQI+ Ukrainian Voices During Wartime


Against the backdrop of brutal invasion, it is much easier for right-wing figures to target marginalised groups, and during wartime the queer community is exceedingly vulnerable to persecution, scapegoating and censorship. Being visibly queer in Ukraine is an ...

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Russia's 2022 War Against Ukraine and the Foreign Policy Reaction of the EU

Context, Diplomacy, and Law

Luigi Lonardo

This book offers an accessible and rigorous introduction to the context, diplomacy, and law of the European Union’s response to Russia's 2022 invasion of Ukraine. The book explores how the EU responded to the war in the initial months, and is based on resear...

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The Tragedy of Ukraine

What Classical Greek Tragedy Can Teach Us About Conflict Resolution

Nicolai N. Petro

The conflict in Ukraine has deep domestic roots. A third of the population, primarily in the East and South, regards its own Russian cultural identity as entirely compatible with a Ukrainian civic identity. The state’s reluctance to recognize this ethnos as ...

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A Message from Ukraine

Speeches, 2019-2022

Volodymyr Zelensky

An urgent call to arms from Time’s Person of the Year, the Ukrainian leader whose unwavering courage in the face of the Russian invasion has inspired the world and turned him overnight into a global beacon of democracy The words of a man. The message of a pe...

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The Intellectual Foundations of Modern Ukraine

The Nineteenth Century

Andriy Zayarnyuk , Ostap Sereda

This is the first synthetic book-length study in English of the Ukrainian nation-building during the "long" nineteenth century. The narrative follows the evolution of the Ukrainian intellectuals and their ideas from the Age of Enlightenment at the end of the e...

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Global Impact of the Ukraine Conflict

Perspectives from International Law

Shuichi Furuya , Hitomi Takemura , Kuniko Ozaki

The invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation and the subsequent military campaigns entail several classical aspects of armed conflict. First, it is a type of international armed conflict between two sovereign states that had been prevalent until the middl...

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Messages from Ukraine

Gregg Bucken-Knapp , Joonas Sildre

On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine that dominated headlines around the world. Millions of Ukrainians would flee the country, and a third of the population would be displaced. In the days following the invasion, Swedish migra...

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Russia-Ukraine war and the global crisis: Impacts on poverty and food security in developing countries

Arndt, Channing , Diao, Xinshen , Dorosh, Paul A. , Pauw, Karl , Thurlow, James

Global food, fuel, and fertilizer prices have risen rapidly in recent months, driven in large part by the fallout from the ongoing war in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed on Russia. Other factors, such as export bans in response to concerns about commodity sh...

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PEREMOHA: Victory for Ukraine

IF YOU WERE ATTACKED, WOULD YOU FIGHT BACK? What if your family, your hometown, your entire way of living were threatened by force? That’s what the people of Ukraine faced when Putin’s Russian army invaded their sovereign land, displacing millions of refug...

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The Road to Ukraine

How the West Lost its Way

Frank Furedi

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the latest chapter in a series of events that have their origins in World War One. The difficult existential questions that emerged before and during this conflict still remain unresolved. Contrary to the claim that wars are n...

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Ukraine at War

Street Art, Posters + Poetry

Daoud Sarhandi-Williams

A unique book that showcases how Ukrainian society is expressing itself through art. War came to Ukraine in February 2022; it was uninvited—although not entirely unexpected given Russia’s steady, massive troop build-up on Ukraine’s eastern border over th...

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Words for War

New Poems from Ukraine

Oksana Maksymchuk , Max Rosochinsky

The armed conflict in the east of Ukraine brought about an emergence of a distinctive trend in contemporary Ukrainian poetry: the poetry of war. Directly and indirectly, the poems collected in this volume engage with the events and experiences of war, reflecti...

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Party Politics in Russia and Ukraine

Electoral System Change in Diverging Regimes

Bryon Moraski

Examines how political parties navigate major election reforms by comparing electoral system changes in Russia and Ukraine at the same time, under different regimes In Party Politics in Russia and Ukraine, Bryon Moraski provides a window into the political lan...

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UKRAINE The Forging of a Nation

Yaroslav Hrytsak

'Both pioneering and fundamental. This is the essential history of Ukraine, from one of the greatest Ukrainian thinkers and scholars.' Timothy Snyder #1 New York Times and #1 Sunday Times bestselling author of On Tyranny 'People and nations are forged in the f...

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