CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN UKRAINE OR WHY IS THERE REALLY NO NEED FOR ANOTHER DAYTON ?

The Ukrainian crisis was unpredictable for many politicians and experts from its very beginning, and it continues to be a complicated issue for analysis and solution management. Eminent politicians and experts are trying their best to come up with various scenarios, including examples of peaceful accords and arrangements such as Finlandization or Bosnization. In this article, the author compares the situation in Ukraine and in Bosnia after 1995, including the Dayton Peace Agreement’s impact on its further development, and what lessons Ukraine can learn from this process and its results.

The Ukrainian crisis was unpredictable for many politicians and experts from its very beginning, and it continues to be a complicated issue for analysis and solution management. Eminent politicians and experts are trying their best to come up with various scenarios, including examples of peaceful accords and arrangements such as Finlandization or Bosnization. In this article, the author compares the situation in Ukraine and in Bosnia after 1995, including the Dayton Peace Agreement’s impact on its further development, and what lessons Ukraine can learn from this process and its results.
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Olena Bordilovska

Olena Bordilovska, is an Associate Professor and Dr. of Sciences at Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.


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