• Russia and Ukraine’s Tangled Relationship

Russia and Ukraine’s Tangled Relationship

March 2, 2020

Dr. James West and Krista Peterson

The Russia-Ukraine relationship begins in the 9th century with the establishment of Kievan-Rus, a trading center established on the banks of the Dnipro River as a loose confederation of

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