BOOK REVIEW - Andrew Wilson, Ukraine Crisis – What It Means for the West
Loredana Maria Simionov ()
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Loredana Maria Simionov: Centre for European Studies, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2015, vol. 6(2), 189-191
A leading expert in Ukrainian studies, as well as a respected commentator on Eastern Europe, Andrew Wilson provided us with a new valuable asset in the field when he wrote Ukraine Crisis – What It Means for the West. The book represents an exhaustive overview of the tumultuous events that took place in Ukraine in the dramatic year of 2014. Apart from the comprehensive portrait of the Euromaidan uprising, Wilson outlines in great detail an account of Russia’s involvement in the crisis, as well as of the challenges and implications that the crisis poses at a global scale.
Keywords: Ukraine; Ukraine crisis; Vilnius (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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