Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal

Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal (KMLPJ) is an international, interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed online journal. It covers the broad areas of Law and Politics, focusing mainly on Jurisprudence, Constitutional and International Law Issues, Political Theory and Methodology, and Area and European Studies. KMLPJ is published in a cooperation with Ukrainian European Studies Association.

The second issue is published due to the financial support of Kyiv office of Baker McKenzie.

ISSN 2414-9942

Frequency: Аnnual
(CC BY 4.0)


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No 2 (2016): Legal and Political Dimensions of Contemporary Conflicts in Europe

Table of Contents


Preface PDF
Roman Petrov v-vi


The EU and Conflict Mitigation in the European Neighborhood: A Story of a Gap Between Ambition and Deeds PDF
Zuzana Novakova, Roman Petrov 1-12
The Crimea Crisis from an International Law Perspective PDF
Christian Marxsen 13-36
Crimea’s Annexation in the Light of International Law. A Critique of Russia’s Legal Argumentation PDF
Oleksandr Merezhko 37-89
The Orange and Euromaidan Revolutions: Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives PDF
Taras Kuzio 91-115
Hybrid War or Civil War? The Interplay of Some Methods of Russian Foreign Policy Propaganda with International Law PDF
Oleksandr Zadorozhnii 117-128
The Challenge of Peace Building and Conflict Transformation: A Case Study of Northern Ireland PDF
Neil Jarman 129-146
Cost of Parliamentary Politics in Ukraine PDF
Andriy Meleshevych 147-170
The “Invisible Battalion”: Women in ATO Military Operations in Ukraine PDF
Tamara Martsenyuk, Ganna Grytsenko, Anna Kvit 171-187
Illegal Crossing of the State Border in Light of Polish Criminal Law PDF
Katarzyna Banasik 189-201
The Separatism of Chechnya in 1991: Prerequisites for the Republic’s Secession from Russia PDF
Ruslan Kermach 203-216

New Developments in Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights

Post-Conflict Reparation: Ukrainian Restitution Remedies for Property and Restitution Complaints before the European Court of Human Rights PDF
Tetyana Antsupova 217-226