Dr. Milana Nikolko

History of Crimea and Bucha
A basic discussion
Interview recorded on July 26, 2022

Dr. Milana Nikolko

History of Crimea and Bucha
A more advanced discussion
Interview recorded on July 26, 2022

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History of Crimea and Bucha
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Plokhy, S. (2015). The Gates of Europe. A History of Ukraine. London and New York: Allen Lane and Basic Books.

Plokhy, S. (2016). Brama Yevropy. Istoriya Ukrayiny vid skifskykh voyen do nezalezhnosti. Kharkiv: Knyzhkovyy Klub ‘Klub Simeynoho Dozvillya.’

Plokhy, S. (2017). Lost Kingdom. A History of Russian Nationalism from Ivan the Great to Vladimir Putin. London: Penguin Books.

Sasse, G., & Lackner, A. (2018). War and identity: the case of the Donbas in Ukraine. Post-Soviet Affairs, 34 (2-3), 139-157. https://doi.org/10.1080/1060586X.2018.1452209

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