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Review Papers | Political Science | Turkey | Volume 11 Issue 3, March 2022
Ukraine Crisis; An Old-and the New Conflict between Democracies and Autocracies and Footsteps of Russian Imperialism
Abstract: The Ukrainian crisis is not one of the simpler economic power struggles and separatist understandings it seems. The Ukraine crisis is the latest example of the centuries-old conflict between democracies and autocracies, and the winner of this war will determine the future of the world. From this point of view, countries should look at the Ukraine crisis as an important turning point that will determine whether democracies or autocracies will dominate the future of humanity and should think more seriously and in a longer term. This article aims to look at the Ukraine crisis as a conflict between democratic and autocratic regimes. If the crisis is not approached from this perspective today, it is inevitable that it will turn into a third world war soon or victory of autocracies. If NATO refrains from fighting Russia's invading attempts, then its establishment and its necessity are also debatable.
Keywords: Ukraine crisis, Putinism, Russian Imperialism, NATO, Conflict, War
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 3, March 2022,
Pages: 346 - 348
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Abdullah Murat Tuncer, "Ukraine Crisis; An Old-and the New Conflict between Democracies and Autocracies and Footsteps of Russian Imperialism", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 11 Issue 3, March 2022, pp. 346-348, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22307133653
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