The Crimea Question: Identity, Transition, and Conflict
As a critical case in which conflict did not erupt despite a structural predisposition to ethnic, regional, and even international enmity, the Crimea question is located in the larger context of conflict and conflict prevention studies."--BOOK JACKET.
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Identity and Conflict in Transition
The Symbols and Myths of a Politicized
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April Author's interview Autonomous Republic autonomy status Bahrov Black Sea Fleet Communist Party conflict Council Crimea's status Crimean ASSR Crimean autonomy Crimean Constitution Crimean deputy Crimean parliament Crimean politics Crimean Supreme Soviet Crimean Tatar language Crimean Tatar national cultural decision democratic deportation economic elections electoral faction federal groups historical historiography Hrach Ibid independence institutional integration issue January Jemilev Khrushchev Kravchuk Krym Kryma Krymskaia pravda Krymskii uzel Kuchma Kurultay Kyiv Kyiv and Simferopol Kyiv's landscape language leader Mal'gin March Mejlis Meshkov Ministers Moscow multiethnicity myth oblast official organizations parliamentary Party of Ukraine percent Pereiaslav PEVK political mobilization population post-Soviet postcommunist presidential Presidium raion referendum regional political Republic of Crimea role RSFSR Russian movement Russian-Ukrainian Sevastopol Simferopol Soviet Union symbols territorial tion transfer of Crimea transition treaty TsDAHO tsentr Ukraine's Ukrainian Constitution Ukrainian language Ukrainian parliament Ukrainian SSR USSR Verkhovna Rada vote vremia Zerkalo nedeli