Ukrainian Nationalism in the 1990s: A Minority Faith
This work examines the impact of nationalism on the politics of Ukraine, arguably the most important of the non-Russian States to emerge from the collapse of the USSR in 1991. Whereas in many other emergent states in Eastern Europe nationalism has filled the ideological vacuum caused by the collapse of communism, to date Ukraine has managed to steer clear of the kind of aggressive ethno-nationalism that has destabilized politics elsewhere in the region. However, an increasingly vocal and frustrated minority may become more and more influential if the economic and/or security situation in the region rapidly deteriorates.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
April argued August Author's interview Badz'o Bohdan Bukovyna campaign cent chapter Chornovil Church Communist Party congress Cossack Crimea CSACOU cultural December delo Democratic deputies diaspora Dmytro Donbas Donets'k Dontsov dumka eastern and southern economic elections ethnic Ukrainians faction February Galicia groups hazeta Holos Ukraihy Hunchak intelligentsia Istoriia Ivan January July June Kas'ianov Kharkiv Kiev Kievan Kievan Rus Kuchma L'viv leaders Leonid Kravchuk Levko Luk"ianenko Literatuma Ukraiha March Moreover Moscow Mykola Narodna national communists national-democrats nationalist November oblast October Oleksandr organisations Orthodox Parliament Perestroika political programme Prosvita radical regional Republic revival Rukh Rukh's Rukhu Russophone Rusyns Samostiina Ukraiha September Serhii social Solchanyk southern Ukraine Soviet territory tradition Transcarpathia UAOC Ukra'iny Ukraihs'ka Ukraine's Ukrainian History Ukrainian independence Ukrainian language Ukrainian national movement Ukrainian nationalists Ukrainian parties Ukrainian SSR Ukrainianisation Ukrainophone ultra-nationalist Uniate Union USSR vifnu Ukraihu Volhynia Volodymyr vote western Ukraine Yurii