The Former Soviet Union and East Central Europe between Conflict and Reconciliation
Edited by Lily Gardner Feldman, Raisa Barash, Samuel Goda, Andre Zempelburg
Influenced by the crisis in the former Soviet Union following the March 2014 Russian annexation/integration of Crimea, the essays in this volume were written in 2015. Even though they do not cover subsequent developments, they do provide a benchmark to measure the subsequent degree of progress.
Beyond the definitional goal of “reconciliation,” the volume addresses then themes dealing with the requirements for the transition from conflict to a reconciliatory process.
The observations about conflict and cooperation offered by the authors aim to add significantly to the burgeoning literature of reconciliation.
With contributions by Lily Gardner Feldman, Martin Leiner, Samuel Goda, Raisa Barash, Olga Konkka, Matthew Rojansky, Karina V. Korostelina, Katja Wezel, Annamaria Kiss, Jolanta Jonaszko, Klaus Bachmann, Mimoza Telaku, and Shifra Sagy.