State behavior during the Ukrainian crisis: the perspectives of Romania, France, and the United States
Technical Report,05 Jul 2015,26 May 2016
US Army School for Advanced Military Studies Fort Leavenworth United States
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Why has the Western community reacted inconsistently towards the Ukrainian crisis This is a legitimate question to understand the contemporary global environment. This monograph argues that a states reaction towards a crisis is a function of multiple variables. Despite embracing the same liberal democratic values and principles, the states have behaved according to a peculiar pattern. The states reactions depend on the geographical proximity to the crisis, the cultural-historical connectivity with involved actors, the actors economic interdependence, and national interests and preferences.
- Government and Political Science
- Economics and Cost Analysis