Following Russia’s annexation of the former Ukrainian province of Crimea, the United States and its European allies have imposed sanctions on Russia, but pro-Russian Ukrainian separatists have responded by occupying government buildings in eastern Ukrainian cities and Russia has demanded that the Ukraine adopt a federal constitutional structure that would grant considerable autonomy to Russian-speaking areas of the country. This panel considers the implications of these ongoing developments from the perspective of the Ukrainian government in Kiev, NATO, the European Union, Russia, and United States.
Ukraine, Russia, United States foreign policy, sanctions, Crimea, NATO, European Union
International and Area Studies | International Relations | Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies
Mitchell, Kristine, Karl Qualls, Anthony Williams, and Andrew Wolff. "Ukraine Update." Ensemble video, 01:05:29. May 1, 2014. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/Cg5i7Z3L