Ukraine Crisis Reading List

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This document serves to collect publicly available texts of interest to help develop a fuller understanding of the current crisis in Ukraine. Texts are sorted under thematic headings, and then by author. As many of these articles are not academic publications, but news websites and may date from before key points in the crisis, exact dates are given where possible as DD/MM/YY. Interviews, video, and audio sources are marked as such after the title; interviews are filed under the name of the interviewee rather than the interviewer. Texts are selected based on my personal criteria of interest, but an attempt has been made to include a diversity of viewpoints, from activists, analysts, academics and commentators from various different countries. Inclusions does not necessarily mean endorsement. Non English language articles are currently listed as “Other”; if the number grows large enough they may be separated into their own section. This is…

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