Understanding the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

The following selection of resources mixes public scholarship with recent research from APSA's flagship journals to showcase how scholars are investigating the current Russo-Ukraine War from multiple disciplinary perspectives. It highlights new research in international relations, state development, conflict and war, civil-military relations, human rights, technology, nationalism, identity, and sovereignty. This collection was put together March 2022 at the immediate aftermath of Russia's invasion. We are currently in the process of soliciting and curating new political science resources documenting the ongoing invasion's six months. We welcome submissions and recommendations of all types - teaching materials, public scholarship, curated reading lists, and new research are particularly welcome. Please send all inquires to Educate@apsanet.org

Public Scholarship

PS: Political Science & Politics

Perspectives on Politics

Making Embedded Knowledge Transparent: How the V-Dem Dataset Opens New Vistas in Civil Society ResearchMichael BernhardDong-Joon JungEitan TzelgovMichael CoppedgeStaffan I. Lindberg / 2017

American Political Science Review

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