The Separatist War in Donbas: A Violent Break-up of Ukraine?†

@article{Katchanovski2016TheSW,
  title={The Separatist War in Donbas: A Violent Break-up of Ukraine?†},
  author={Ivan Katchanovski},
  journal={European Politics and Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={473 - 489}
}
ABSTRACT Ukraine previously experienced significant regional political divisions, including separatism in Crimea and Donbas. However, in contrast to post-communist countries such as Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, and former Yugoslavia, prior to 2014 Ukraine was able to avoid a war and a break-up. This study examines the role of separatists, the Yanukovych government, the Maidan opposition and the Maidan government, far-right organizations, Russia, the US, and the EU in the conflict in Donbas. It… Expand
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