Examines the political, social, economic, and military aspects of this strategically important area. Includes essays on: Crimea and Russian-Ukranian Relations; The Socio-Economic Situation in Crimea; The Dynamics of Interethnic Relations in Crimea; The National Liberation Movement of the Crimean Tatars; Crimea's Importance to the Ukraine and its Future Security; The Significance of Stability in Crimea for European Security; Balance of Power in the Black Sea: Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine; U.S. National Interests in Crimea. Copublished with the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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Overall this represents a most welcome addition to the growing library on problems left by and in the 'Former Soviet Union'. (The Slavonic Review)
Ukraine's central role in the future stability of Europe is not fully understood in the West, and the Crimea problem even less so. This useful book brings together the analyses of some of the most articulate experts on the subject and helps to rectify this. It should be read by everyone who is interested in the region. (Maresca, John J.)
In this book, those who know it well tell the story of modern Crimea, from its politics and history to the national security challenge that it could pose for the United States. It is readable, informative, and wide-ranging. (Rose Gottemoeller)
Crimea: Dynamics, Challenges, and Prospects will be a useful source for those who wan an overview of recent developemtns on the peninsula. It also contains a wealth of useful data and documentary material. The thematic range is impressive, covering economics, sociolgy, history, international relations and psephology. (Political Studies)
. . . this book is a valuable and useful contribution to Crimean and Ukrainian-Russian studies. (Journal Of Ukrainian Studies)
The unusually strong team of contributors has maintained a consistently high level of scholarship, and the book displays a unity of theme and an intellectual coherence often lacking in edited volumes. Using the case of Crimea not only allows the authors to explore the nature of problems in the post-Soviet space but also illuminates more general geostrategic issues that can help us to understand other conflicts and their possible resolution. (Roman Szporluk)
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Descrizione libro Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1996. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 847680665