Blogs tagged with: Russia

A Divided Ukraine: Europe’s Most Dangerous Idea

A Divided Ukraine: Europe’s Most Dangerous Idea

Rory Finnin

Pick up any news clipping about Ukraine from the past twenty years, and you are likely to find a cursory description of the country along these lines: ‘Ukraine, roughly the size of France, divided between a pro-EU west and a pro-Russian east’. A journalist once admitted to me that his editors routinely appended such a refrain even to articles and reports attesting to a different, more complex reality...

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Posted: Thursday 27 March 2014


Visions of Plague

Visions of Plague

A new CRASSH research project is compiling the largest database of plague imagery ever amassed, focusing on a pandemic that peaked in the early 20th century and continues to this day.

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Posted: Monday 20 October 2014


Fighting ‘Crimnesia’: The Question of Crimea in the Russia-Ukraine War

Fighting ‘Crimnesia’: The Question of Crimea in the Russia-Ukraine War

Rory Finnin

Proxy logic, the Ukraine, Russia and perceptions of an international crisis.

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Posted: Thursday 9 April 2015