A Graphic History of Ukraine and the Current Conflict

By Yurii Sheliazhenko, World BEYOND War, January 20, 2023

The presentation covers militant cultural identities and histories in Ukraine and Russia, cultures of peace, causes of escalation, and paths toward deescalation.



2 Responses

  1. dr. yuri,
    thanks very much for your work compiling these notes.
    i saw you give this presentation on a zaporizhia project training module
    and hoped to get a copy of your helpful slides. i’ve also seen
    you on amy goodman’s “democracy now.”
    you are a brave man!
    i hope you can stay safe.
    the world needs your beacon.
    340 midland avenue
    syracuse, new york 13202
    [i work with grassroots group Upstate (NY) Drone Action.]

  2. Thank you, that’s very interesting and links to some useful events purposely ommitted in mainstream history.
    Why have you chosen to give so much space to Zelensky and Putin, two big liars and warmongers? Also, Putin’s comment don’t reflect here his denial of the right for Ukraine to exist. He is more subtle than some hawks from his administration, but his PR strategy is to reduce Ukraine to a Neo-Nazi invention, not a “real” nation.

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