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Bayrektorevich A. Eastern Europe The Worlds Last Underachiever

Published in journal "SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences", 2015-1 in rubric "Political science", pages 87-97.

Resume: This study concerns the development of the Eastern Europe and its current geopolitical status. The political study is undertaken of the example of the after WWII development of this region. Cultural, social, economical and political aspects of the Eastern Europe and its contemporary development are taken into consideration. An important part of the study concerns current Ukrainian crisis. The evolution of the role of the NATO in Europe is described and taken by the author as one of the major causes of the current crisis in Ukraine . Author depicts current development of the eastern Europe as Ukrainization or Pakistanization. Author argues that Ukraine and Europe became a hostage of the USs aggressive politic. Author also points out that by annexing Crimea Moscow showed to US and Europe that Ukraine is an emotional place for Russia tied to it by a bond of historio-civilizational attachment something that makes and sustains Russia both Christian and European

Keywords: politics, crisis, Politics, Eastern Europe, Europe, United States of America, Ukraine, NATO, Russia, geopolitics

DOI: 10.7256/1339-3057.2015.1.14830

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