Ukraine and European Security

Ukraine and European Security

by David Albright
     
 

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Ukraine has emerged as a new factor on the European security scene since 1991, and this book explores the ramifications of that development. It lays out the views of leading North American, West European, and Ukrainian security analysts on European security issues during the next decade and their priority, strategies for approaching these issues, Ukraine's role in

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Ukraine has emerged as a new factor on the European security scene since 1991, and this book explores the ramifications of that development. It lays out the views of leading North American, West European, and Ukrainian security analysts on European security issues during the next decade and their priority, strategies for approaching these issues, Ukraine's role in European security, and the Atlantic Community and Ukraine's security. Then it compares these views and assesses the implications of the complex pattern of similarities and differences in perspective.

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'Ukraine and European Security highlights the important role that Ukraine is likely to play in the future evolution of European security relations. The contributors - Ukrainian, West European and North American alike - bring thoughtful and well-informed perspectives to this unique collection. The diverse presentations all reflect the understanding that, as the parallel processes of NATO and European Union enlargement move on, the critical position of Ukraine between Russia and the West will become even more apparent. This work does not provide all the answers to the many imponderables about Ukraine's future place in Europe, but it asks all the right questions and will be a valuable addition to the literature on European security issues.' - Stanley R. Sloan, US Library of Congress

'The Albright and Appatov volume is a major contribution to the still under-developed area of Ukrainian security studies.' - Taras Kuzio, International Affairs

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781349147458
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date:
01/14/2014
Edition description:
1st ed. 1999
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

ALEXANDER A. DOBOVIK Associate Professor and Secretary for Research, Odessa State University
SERGEI P. GALAKA Associate Professor, Institute of International Relations, Kyiv University
SIR TIMOTHY GARDEN Director, Royal Institute of International Affairs, London
MARC GERMANANGUE Researcher, Institute for International and Strategic Affairs, University of Paris
VIKTOR V. GLEBOV Head of International Relations, Odessa State University
DAVID G. HAGLUND Professor of Political Studies, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
ROBERT KENNEDY Professor of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
EUGUENI KAMINSKI Professor and Head of Department, European and American Studies, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine
IGOR N. KOVAL Director, Institute of Social Sciences and International Relations, Odessa State University
VOLODYMIR A. MANZHOLA Institute of International Relations, Kyiv University
GALE A. MATTOX Professor of Political Science, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
CHARLES C. PENTLAND Professor of Political Studies, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
HRYHORI PEREPELITSIA Head of the Military Department and Assistant Professor, National Institute for Strategic Studies, Kyiv
OLEXANDER V. POTEKHIN Professor of International Relations, Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Kyiv
ALEXANDER RAHR heads the Russian/CIS Study Group, Research Institute of the German Society of Foreign Affairs, Bonn
PETER RAINOW Senior Research Fellow, Center for International Relations, Odessa State University
JOHN VAN OUDENAREN Chief, European Division, US Library of Congress

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