By Elizabeth A. Wood,William E. Pomeranz,E. Wayne Merry,Maxim Trudolyubov
What brought on President Vladimir Putin to ship troops into Crimea? Why did the clash unfold to jap Ukraine with Russian aid? What does the warfare say approximately Russia’s political, financial, and social priorities, and the way does the main issue divulge changes among the ecu and Russia relating to foreign jurisdiction? Did Putin’s obsession together with his macho photo commence this battle, and is it combating its answer? The exploration of those and different questions supplies historians, political watchers, and theorists a superior seize of the occasions that experience destabilized the region.
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