Especially for those students, who study East European Studies Online and International Relations Online this news may be interesting. The Euromaidan protests in Ukraine are a confusing and complex conflict occurring after the decision of the Ukrainian government to suspend the signing of an association agreement with the European Union, instead choosing closer ties to Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union.
This database is an useful instrument to explore the conflict structures.
Databases at a glance:
1. Euromaidan Protests in Ukraine, 2013 – 2014
This database is the most comprehensive collection of ephemera and primary source material of the Euromaidan protests. It contains over 500 pages of photographs, print material and documents, that give researchers the possibility to assess and reconstruct a complex social and political momentum of the Ukrainian protests.
2. Ukraine Parliamentary Election, 2014
The database on the Ukrainian parliamentary elections in 2014 collects important documents and material of party programs, documents of the central election committee, public surveys and materials of the election monitors.
In digital form those materials are available on the platform of US-provider East View. Via FU-Campus license more databases are disposable.