The Russia-Ukraine War of 2022
Faces of Modern Conflict
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This volume examines the war in Ukraine from a range of historical, military and feminist perspectives, exploring aspects such as the attitude of neighboring states, political leadership, local government, social mechanisms and the cultural and media policies of both Russia and Ukraine. The contributors explain how Ukraine shaped its identity following its separation from the USSR and how Russia built its military power and implemented its invasion plans. Considering the impact of the war not only in Ukraine, but also the Baltic states, chapters discuss the leadership role of President Zelensky, patriotic attitudes, the victimization of women and the impact on Poland as it helps and aid to huge numbers of refugees. Providing much needed context on the Russia-Ukraine war, this book will be of interest to students and scholars of international relations, political science, gender studies, international and national security and public politics.
Table of Contents
Introduction Agnieszka Kasińska-Metryka, Karolina Pałka-Suchojad I.Russia - Ukraine: Difficult Neighbourly Relations Maryana Prokop II.Russia: military aspects of the functioning of a superpower Anna Jach, Elżbieta Kużelewska, Agnieszka Legucka III.The Baltic States in the face of Russian aggression in Ukraine Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik, Kamila Sierzputowska IV.A celebrity, a hero, statesman ... All images of the President of Ukraine V. Zelensky Marzena Cichosz, Joanna Kozierska V.The old and new stereotype of a Ukrainian in Polish society Agnieszka Kasińska-Metryka, Karolina Pałka-Suchojad VI.The conflict in Ukraine from the feminist perspective Agata Włodkowska VII.Poland's policy towards refugees from Ukraine Renata Podgórzańska, Sabina Grabowska, Małgorzata Podolak, Anna Pięta-Szawara VIII.Local governments in Poland in the face of the Ukrainian refugee crisis Małgorzata Madej, Małgorzata Myśliwiec, Karolina Tybuchowska-Hartlińska Conclusions Agnieszka Kasińska-Metryka, Karolina Pałka-Suchojad
Agnieszka Kasinska-Metryka is. Professor of political science at Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Director of the Institute of International Relations and Public Policy, specializing in political leadership, social communication, political marketing and women political activity in Poland. She is a member if international political science organizations (International Political Science Association, Central European Political Science Association) and vice-chairman of Polish Political Science Association (PTNP). Karolina Palka-Suchojad is assistant professor at the Institute of International Relations and Public Policies. Secretary in the Editorial Office of the ‘Journal of Political Science’ of the Jan Kochanowski University. Her research interests focus on political communication in social media and information management in social media. social media analytics.