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Russian aggression against Ukraine and international law: 25 key theses

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To Inform is to Influence

2016/04/30

Article by: Oleksiy Rohovyk, head of Free Voice Information Analysis Center; Olga Lozova, analyst of Free Voice Information Analysis Center

For almost 2 years Ukraine is still one of the central issues of international politics. The unprecedented Revolution in 2013 launched no less unprecedented aggressive actions of Russian Federation in Crimea and eastern Ukraine. These events marked the new reality of international politics and law.

1) The comprehension of the consequences of aggression is still in progress. It would be too early to assume that the outcome of Russian aggression has been determined so far. These aftermaths will be determined by the ability or disability of the leading actors to make right conclusions and to learn “Ukrainian lessons”.

2) Russianaggression has its historical background. The crisis in Ukraine is impossible to present as an unexpected failure of world politics as something illogical. During 1999-2013, the world…

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