The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation

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Yale University Press, 2002 - History - 380 pages
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An account of Ukraine and its people. Andrew Wilson focuses on the complex relations between Ukraine and Russia and explains the different versions of the past propagated by Ukrainians and Russians. He also examines the continuing debates over identity, culture, and religion in Ukraine since its independence in 1991. This second edition is updated and includes coverage of the Yushchenko government and the Gongadze affair.
  

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User Review  - xuebi - LibraryThing

An interesting history of the Ukrainian people and nation, throughout all the turmoil and difficulties of not only the twentieth century but before that too. His scope (from antiquity to the present ... Read full review

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Good review of the forming of a nation and the underlying problems involved Read full review

Contents

IV
1
V
21
VI
40
VII
58
VIII
72
IX
101
X
119
XI
152
XIII
207
XIV
234
XV
253
XVI
279
XVII
311
XVIII
318
XIX
336
XX
370

XII
172

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About the author (2002)

Wilson is lecturer in Ukrainian studies at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College, London.

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