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Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society - Russia’s Annexation of Crimea III A Debate on Prospect Theory and Explaining Russia’s Annexation of Crimea - cover

Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society - Russia’s Annexation of Crimea III A Debate on Prospect Theory and Explaining Russia’s Annexation of Crimea

Julie Fedor, Andreas Umland, Andriy Portnov

Publisher: ibidem

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Contents



Special Section: Russia`s Annexation of Crimea III 



Gergana Dimova and Andreas Umland: Introduction. Perspectives on Russia’s 2014 Annexation of Crimea: Empirical and Theoretical Explorations

Greta Lynn Uehling: The Personal Stakes of Political Crisis: The 2014 Attempted Annexation of Crimea

Kerstin S. Jobst: “Dark” and “Golden” Times: The Crimean Tatar Population under Tsarist and Soviet Rule (1783–1941)

Jan Zofka: Agents of Separatism: Social Background to the Pro-Russian Movements in Crimea and the Moldovan Dniester Valley in Comparison (1989–95)





A Debate on Prospect Theory and Explaining Russia’s Annexation of Crimea



Ion Marandici: Loss Aversion, Neo-Imperial Frames, and Territorial Expansion: Using Prospect Theory to Examine the Annexation of Crimea



Discussion



Featuring contributions by Peter Rutland, Tor Bukkvoll, Mykola Kapitonenko, Rumena Filipova, Martin Malek, Ion Marandici	



Articles

Chris Monday: Mikhail Putin (1894–1969) and Socialist Competition: Exploring a Neglected Branch of the Putin Family Tree

	

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Available since: 10/10/2022.
Print length: 302 pages.

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