Ukraine as a Postcolonial State?

January 2011
Polish Quarterly of International Affairs;Winter2011, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
The article discusses whether Ukraine can be characterized as a postcolonial state of Russia. It explores the level that previous dependency of the country on Russia has influenced the political, social and economical development of Ukraine and its relation with other countries. It also highlights topics on culture, foreign policy, as well as security and defense.


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