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ISRAEL AND THE RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to the consolidation of the Western world, which has imposed heavy sanctions against the aggressor and is supplying weapons to Ukraine. But in other regions of the world, support for Ukraine is not unequivocal. Often, aid for Ukraine comes down to declarations and humanitarian assistance. Israel is an…

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ASIAN NEUTRALISM, SECURITY, AND THE UKRAINIAN FACTOR

This article deals with the phenomenon of political neutralism in the Asia-Pacific. It focuses on the concepts of fighting for peace, international cooperation, and struggles against the threat of war. It is designed to ensure mutual respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of nations; non-aggression; non-interference in others’ internal affairs; equality and mutual benefits;…

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RUSSIA’S WAR ON THE INTERNET

Russia’s most recent aggression has resulted in its geopolitical, financial, economic, as well as online isolation. Russia’s Internet is changing rapidly due to censorship and surveillance regulation; laws introducing technical requirements for the independent functioning of the Internet; Western sanctions; and the exit of key IT providers from the Russian market. But efforts to create…

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RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE: REASONS AND CHALLENGES

Both the political elites and society at large in Russia are obsessed with Ukraine because of, firstly, Russia’s perennial quest for a strong state; secondly, the struggle of the Kremlin with the colour revolutions; thirdly, the perception of Ukraine as a mirror image of Russia; fourthly, “East Slavic” ideology; finally, Putin’s belief that Ukraine is…

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ATYPICAL POST-COLONIALISM: WHAT MAKES UKRAINE INTERESTING TO THE GLOBAL POLITICAL THOUGHT

Written by a Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, this article focuses on Ukrainian intellectual history and current political and social dilemmas. It examines at key contemporary controversies such as modernity vs tradition, republic vs empire, colonialism vs postcolonialism, and identity vs otherness. These issues form the basis for an analysis of how Ukrainian intellectual history can…

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THE HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN OCCUPIED CRIMEA AND UKRAINE’S ACTIONS FOR SECURING TIES WITH UKRAINIAN CITIZENS THERE

This article analyses two important issues: the human rights situation in the temporarily occupied Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine, and the actions of the Ukrainian government implemented to secure ties with citizens of Ukraine residing in Crimea. In the first part of the article, human rights violations committed by the…

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VICTIMISATION OF THE “CRIMEAN SYNDROME”

When justifying the seizure of Crimea, the Russian president pretended to be a victim of the Western policy and manipulatively argued that the only way to confront NATO’s illusory penetration into the Ukrainian peninsula was to “facilitate” its “reunification” with Russia. The obsession to tear Crimea away from Ukraine appeared to be one of the…

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