Ukrainian Attitudes of War and Peace: Complex Dilemmas of Wartime
A recent survey of 1,800 Ukrainians examined the ways in which wartime experiences shape ordinary Ukrainians’ perceptions and attitudes toward war and peace. Professors Karina Korostelina and Gerard Toal explained their quantitative analysis of survey data from a sample of Ukrainians that includes locals and internally displaced people across three towns close to the regions where active fighting is taking place.
Professor and Director, Program on History, Memory, and Conflict, Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University
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