Andreas Umland

Germany

Senior Research Fellow at Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation.

Previous positions: DAAD Associate Professor of German and European Studies, Department of Political Science, National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy," Ukraine; Member, Eichstaett Institute for Central and East European Studies ZIMOS, Bavaria.

Materials

After the Russian March: Reflections on Nationalism in Russia
12.11.2013
Russians now regard certain parts of Russia in the Northern Caucasus as not really belonging to Russia, while parts of certain foreign countries, such as Ukraine, are seen as belonging to Russia. This

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Prospects of the Russian Language in Ukraine
10.04.2012
Russian language is present in Ukraine in everyday life. Kiev remains a largely Russian-speaking city, and of course the south and east of Ukraine will probably remain Russian-speaking. But the

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The Stillborn Project of a Eurasian Union: Why Post-Soviet Integration Has…
07.12.2011
At first glance, the idea of a re-integration of the post-Soviet republics may seem sensible. The economies, societies and populations of the successor republics of the USSR are linked to each other

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Russia-Ukraine-EU Triangle
02.09.2011
Neither the European nor the Russian leaders, nor even the Ukrainian leadership, seem to be clear about the path Ukraine will take in its foreign relations in the near future. Moscow seems to be torn

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EU and NATO Policies in Eastern Europe: Contradictory or Complementary?
10.06.2011
In view of Russia’s own efforts to build closer relationships with many Western countries as well as the West’s major organizations, its anxiety about the “near abroad’s” further inclusion into

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