In Search of Exit from the Minsk Deadlock

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In Search of Exit from the Minsk Deadlock
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2016. No 1. P. 18-33



Abstract

Due to the incompatibility of Russia’s and Western countries’ goals in the Ukrainian conflict the crisis in Ukraine remains a highly destabilizing factor in the global politics. In order to avoid further sacrifices and at the same time to prevent the leading world powers from sliding into a full-scale confrontation a packet agreement (“Minsk-2”) was signed in February 2015 presenting a set of compromises aimed at realization of the earlier Minsk agreements. However its implementation still remains undecided because of the official position of Kiev and its Western allies. 


Keywords

Ukraine, crisis in South-East Ukraine, foreign policy of Ukraine, Donetsk region, Minsk agreements, USA, EU, foreign policy of Russia 


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For citation:
Solovev E. In Search of Exit from the Minsk Deadlock. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2016, No 1, pp. 18-33



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