How Crimea Changed After Putin’s Annexation in 2014

Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 after the turbulent events during the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine in 2013.

Putin took advantage of a weakened economy, divided populace, and a slow international community.

Since 2014, a lot happened. War in Donbas devastated the region for more than 8 years and now after Russia’s full-scale invasion, the future of Ukraine became even more uncertain.

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Jakub Ferencik

Jakub Ferencik

Author of “Up in the Air” & “Beyond Reason” available on AMAZON | MA McGill Uni | Research assistant for EUROPEUM Prague | 500+ blog posts with 1+ mil. views