Contemporary Bilateral Relations between Ukraine and Hungary: Main Features and Hot Issues

Vladlen MAKOUKH

Abstract


The contemporary bilateral relations between Ukraine and Hungary have been characterized by the salience of ethno-politics, as an instrument by which Hungary aims to defend the rights of the Hungarian Diaspora in the region of Transcarpathia, in western Ukraine. Following the annexation of Crimea and the outbreak of the Donbas conflict, the use of ethno-politics by the Budapest authorities has significantly increased, as Hungary pushes for ethnic-based autonomy and, more generally, attempts to increase its influence in the region. 

How to cite: Makoukh, V. (2017). Contemporary Bilateral Relations between Ukraine and Hungary: Main Features and Hot Issues. Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty, Section: Political Sciences and European Studies, IV(1), 49-51. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18662/lumenpses.2017.0401.04



Keywords


Ukraine, Hungary, bilateral relations, ethno-politics.

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