Robert English

University of Southern California

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Robert English is Associate Professor of International Relations and Slavic Languages and Literature at the University of Southern California. He formerly served as a policy analyst for the US Department of Defense.

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Fighting has flared again in Eastern Ukraine, and NATO allies are playing military chess with Russia there, in the Balkans and in the Baltics as well.

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Fighting has flared again in Eastern Ukraine, and NATO allies are playing military chess with Russia there, in the Balkans and in the Baltics as well.

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To put it in the broadest strokes, the conflict in the Ukrainian is being driven by the clashing views Ukrainians have of their own history and relationship with Russia.

Ukrainian Identity

To put it in the broadest strokes, the conflict in the Ukrainian is being driven by the clashing views Ukrainians have of their own history and relationship with Russia.

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