Vladimir Putin's last stand: the sources of Russia's Ukraine policy

@article{Tsygankov2015VladimirPL,
  title={Vladimir Putin's last stand: the sources of Russia's Ukraine policy},
  author={A. Tsygankov},
  journal={Post-Soviet Affairs},
  year={2015},
  volume={31},
  pages={279 - 303}
}
  • A. Tsygankov
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • Post-Soviet Affairs
  • The paper studies Russia's Ukraine policy since the Orange Revolution. Russia's policy toward its western neighbor has evolved from unhappy relations with Victor Yushchenko to rapprochement with Victor Yanukovich and then confrontation over the revolutionary power change in Kiev in February 2014. The paper argues that Vladimir Putin's actions following February revolution in Kiev demonstrate both change and continuity in Russia's foreign policy. Although these actions constituted a major… CONTINUE READING
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