The unfolding situation in Ukraine seems like a scene out of the Cold War, the complexity within it not only lies in how fast these events are occurring but also in the unpredictability of Russia’s leader; to address this current conflict requires the acknowledgment of a brief background within these events and also the possible responses which we could expect to see. The following policy brief addresses the matter of the historical influences and challenges that would be facing US national security policy because of the Russia and Ukraine conflict and how this question isn’t a historical question, but rather an examination of US thought and constructed action. We will also look into what the realist and liberal viewpoints within International Relations Theory would recommend doing, or paying attention to.
International; Ukraine; Russia; Theory; Realism; Liberalism; National Security Policy
American Politics | International Relations | Political Theory | Public Policy
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The Theoretical Challenges in Ukraine.
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