Ukrainian Century (1921-2021): Origins, Lessons, and Prospects of State-Building

Second edition
Sales price $7.50
ISBN 978-617-7755-46-2

For the last 30 years, Ukraine has lived as an independ- ent state. However, periods of being a part of empires left their legacy in the political, economic, and social practices of the new country. Therefore, it is worth looking at the period of Independence in a broader historical context. This book is a look at the history of the last thirty years as the final stage of the long “Ukrainian century”, which began with World War I and ended with the Revolution of Dignity, the “electoral” revolution of 2019, and the full- scale Russian aggression against Ukraine. Considering that in the coming decades Ukraine will have to focus on restoring territorial integrity in the context of Russia’s aggressive foreign policy, it is especially relevant to generalize historical experience in this area.

Hardcover, 560 psges.

Subject of Publication
Contemporary history
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