Crimea: Dynamics, Challenges and Prospects

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Maria Drohobycky
Rowman & Littlefield, 1995 - History - 250 pages
Examines the political, social, economic, and military aspects of this strategically important area. Includes essays on: Crimea and Russian-Ukranian Relations; The Socio-Economic Situation in Crimea; The Dynamics of Interethnic Relations in Crimea; The National Liberation Movement of the Crimean Tatars; Crimea's Importance to the Ukraine and its Future Security; The Significance of Stability in Crimea for European Security; Balance of Power in the Black Sea: Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine; U.S. National Interests in Crimea. Copublished with the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
 

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Contents

Crimea Between Ukraine and Russia
3
The Socioeconomic Situation in Crimea
15
Will the Crimean Crisis Explode
39
Political and Social Developments in Crimea
67
The Dynamics of Interethnic Relations in Crimea
69
A History of the Crimean Tatar National Liberation Movement A Sociopolitical Perspective
87
Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine The Issue of Crimea
107
Crimea National Regional and International Security Implications
133
Crimeas Importance to Ukraine and Its Future Security
135
Balance of Power in the Black Sea in the PostCold War Era Russia Turkey and Ukraine
157
US NationalSecurity Interests in Crimea
195
Appendixes
211
Index
235
About the Authors
247
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