// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2018. No 2. P. 29-46
Dramatic events in Ukraine made a highly controversial impact on development of Polish-Ukrainian relations. Although being convinced eurosceptics the Polish rightwing conservatives declared the “European perspective” for Ukraine a strategic goal of the Polish foreign policy. At the same time the Ukrainian state pro-ject in its present form which appeals to most aggressive and criminal examples of the nationalist ideology of the past century strongly contradicts the official War-saw stand. Thus the landmark event was the legislative condemnation of the genocide committed by Ukrainian nationalists against the Poles during World War II.
Poland, Ukraine, Ukrainian nationalism, foreign policy strategy, European integration, European Union, “Euromaidan Revolution”, genocide, politics of historical memory
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