ARTIKEL ARTICLES СТАТЬИ مقالات ARTÍCULOS
FPK Vol. 6, 2022/5, June 6, 28 pages ♦ pdf-Produkt-Nr. FPK-2022-5 ♦ ISSN 2698-6140
Since the founding of the state, Ukraine has been discussing its national identity. Initially, it had a political understanding of nationhood. Since 2014, it follows a linguistic-ethnic model that discriminates against other language communities, including Russian-speaking Ukrainians. The Minsk agreements still aimed at a consensual solution to the internal conflict. However, Kiev was not willing to make any concessions to the minority, such as local or regional autonomy, but risked a military confrontation with the separatists in eastern Ukraine and with Russia.
The 28 pages include: Analysis, summary, 14 figures and excerpts, 165 references (linked). Read more: Introduction /excerpts and translation:
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