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The russo-Ukrainian War

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Author Serhii Plokhy
Publisher Allen Lane
Publication date 2023
Print length 400
ISBN 9780241633526
Language English
Cover Paperback
Dimensions 130х200 mm
Item Weight 500

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An illuminating account of the war in Ukraine - its historical roots, its course, its possible outcomes - from the bestselling, award-winning author of Chernobyl

On 24 February 2022, russia shocked the world by launching an invasion of Ukraine. In the midst of checking on loved ones who were now on the front lines of Europe's largest conflict since the Second World War, acclaimed Ukrainian-American historian Serhii Plokhy inevitably found himself attempting to understand the deeper causes of the invasion, analyzing its course and contemplating the wider consequences.

The russo-Ukrainian War is the comprehensive history of a conflict that has burned since 2014, and that, with russia's attempt to seize Kyiv, exploded a geo-political order that had been cemented since the end of the Cold War. With an eye for the gripping detail on the ground, both in the halls of power and down in the trenches, as well as a keen sense of the grander sweep of history, Plokhy traces the origins and the evolution of the conflict, from the collapse of the russian empire to the rise and fall of the USSR, and on to the development in Ukraine of a democratic politics soon loathed by its neighbour in the east.

Plokhy argues that Ukraine's defiance of russia, and the West's demonstration of unity and strength, has presented a profound challenge to putin's Great Power ambition, and further polarized the world along a new axis. A riveting, enlightening account, this is present-minded history at its best.

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