Domestic Sources of Security Policy

  • Arel, Dominique, ‘Kuchmagate and the Demise of Ukraine's "Geopolitical Bluff"’, Eastern European Constitutional Review, vol.10, nos.2-3 (Spring-Summer 2001), pp.54-59.
  • Bukkvol, Tor, 'Defining a Ukrainian Foreign Policy Identity: Business Interests and Geopolitics in the Formulation of Ukrainian Foreign Policy 1994-1999', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.131-154.
  • Chudowsky, Victor, ‘Ukraine's Climate of Opinion and the Political Problem of the "Western Vector"’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.309-324.
  • Haran, Olexiy, ‘Between Russia and the West: Domestic Factors of Ukraine’s Foreign Policy’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.117-123.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Domestic Sources of Ukrainian Foreign policy’, in Kis, T., Makaryk, Irena, Weretelnyk, Roman, eds., Towards a New Ukraine I. Ukraine and the New World Order, 1991-1996 (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa, 1997), pp.29-48.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Domestic Sources of Ukrainian Security Policy’, Journal of Strategic Studies, vol.21, no.4 (December 1998), pp.18-49.
  • Kuzio, T., 'European, Eastern Slavic, and Eurasian: National Identity, Transformation, and Ukrainian Foreign Policy' in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.197-226.
  • Malcolm, Neil, ‘The Foreign-Policy Decision Making Process in Ukraine’ in Post-Soviet Periphery: Ukraine, Transcaucasus, Central Asia and the Russian Far East (Tokyo: Japan Institute International Affairs, 1994), pp.23-32.
  • Molchanov, M., 'National Identity and Foreign Policy Orientation in Ukraine', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.227-262.
  • Nordberg, Marc, ‘Domestic Factors Influencing Ukrainian Foreign Policy’, European Security, vol.7, no.3 (Autumn 1998), pp.63-91.
  • Parfionov, Aleksandr, 'Foreign and Security Policy Views of Relevant Ukrainian Political Forces' in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp75-94.
  • Puglisi, Rosaria, Economic Elites and Russian-Ukraine Relations (London: Routledge Curzon 2003).
  • Pyskir, Bohdan, ‘Mothers for a Fatherland: Ukrainian Statehood, Moherhood and National Security’, The Journal of Slavic Military Studies, vol.7, no.1 (March 1994), pp.50-66.
  • Shulman, Stephen, ‘Nationalist Sources of International Integration’, International Studies Quarterly, vol.44, no.3 (September 2000), pp.365-390.
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Western Europe and North America

  • D'Anieri, Paul, ‘Ukraine and the U.S. Since 1991: The Reshaping of Expectations’, in Sabrina Ramet and Christine Ingebrittsen, eds., Coming in From the Cold: US-European Interactions Since 1980 (Latham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002), pp. 191-208.
  • Dobriansky, Paula J., ‘U.S.-Ukrainian Relations in the 1990s: A View from Washington’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.121-132.
  • Dubovik, Vladimir A., ‘The New US Role in Europe and Ukraine’s Security’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.245-260.
  • Ellis, Jason, ‘The ‘Ukraine Dilemma’ and U.S. Foreign Policy’, European Security, vol.3, no.2 (Summer 1994), pp.251-280.
  • Fink, Susan D., ‘From “Chicken Kiev” to Ukrainian Recognition: Domestic Politics in U.S. Foreign Policy toward Ukraine’, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, vol.XXI, nos.1-2 (June 1997), pp.11-62.
  • Garnett, S., ‘U.S.-Ukrainian Relations: Past, Present, and Future’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.103-124.
  • Haran, Olexiy, Disintegration of the Soviet Union and the US Position on the Independence of Ukraine, Center for Science and International Affairs Discussion Paper 95-09 (Cambridge, MA: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, August 1995).
  • Kordan, Bohdan, S., ‘Canadian-Ukrainian Relations: Articulating the Canadian Interest’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.125-144.
  • Kubicek, Paul, ‘U.S.-Ukrainian Relations: From Engagement to Estrangement’, Problems of Post-Communism, no.6 (November-December 2003), pp. 3-11.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Is Ukraine Part of Europe’s Future’, The Washington Quarterly, vol.29, no.3 (Summer 2006), pp.89-108.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine’s Relations with the West: Disinterest, Partnership, Disillusionment’, European Security, vol.12, no.2 (Summer 2003),pp.21-44.
  • Kuzio, T. and Moroney, Jennifer D.P., ‘Ukraine and the West: Moving From Stability to Strategic Engagement’, European Security, vol.10, no.2 (Summer 2001), pp.111-126.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘A Friend in Need: Kiev Woos Washington’, The World Today, vol.52, no.4 (April 1996), pp.96-98.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘A Way With Words: Keeping Kiev Secure’, The World Today, vol.52, no.12 (December 1996), pp.317-319.
  • Moroney, Jennifer, 'Ukraine's Ties to the West' Problems of Post-Communism, vol.48, no.2 (March-April 2001), pp.15-24.
  • Moroney, Jennifer, D.P., ‘Defining and Sustaining Ukraine's Strategic Partnerships’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.287-308.
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  • Pascual, Carlos and Pifer, Steven, ‘Ukraine's Bid for a Decisive Place in History’, The Washington Quarterly, vol.25, no.1 (Winter 2002), pp.175-192.
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Central and Southern Europe

  • Burant, S.R.,‘International Relations in a Regional Context: Poland and its Eastern Neighbors--Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine,’ Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 45, no. 3 (1993), pp.395-418.
  • Burant, S. R., and Zubek, Voytek, ‘Eastern Europe’s Old Memories and New Realities: Resurrecting the Polish-Lithuanian Union’, East European Politics and Societies, vol.7, no.2 (Spring 1993), pp.370-393.
  • Burant, S.R., Poland, Ukraine, and the Idea of a Strategic Partnership, Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, no. 1308 (Pittsburg: University of Pittsburg, CREES, 1998).
  • Burant, S.R., ‘Ukraine and East Central Europe’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.45-78.
  • Brzezinski, Ian, ‘Polish-Ukrainian Relations: Europe’s Neglected Strategic Axis’, Survival, vol.35, no.3 (Autumn 1993), pp.26-37.
  • Koval, Igor N., ‘Ukraine’s Security Role in East-Central Europe’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds.., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.135-150.
  • Kreutz, Andrej, ‘Polish-Ukrainian Dilemmas: A Difficult Partnership’, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol.XXXIX, nos.1-2 (March-June 1997), pp.209-221.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine and the Yugoslav Conflict’, Nationalities Papers, vol.25, no.3 (September 1997), pp.587-600.
  • Markus, U., ‘Ukraine and the Yugoslav Conflict’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.30 (23 July 1993).
  • Pavliuk, Oleksandr, ‘Ukrainian-Polish Relations: a pillar of regional stability?’ in Pal, Dunay et al, The Effects of enlargement on bilateral relations in Central and Eastern Europe (Paris: Institute for Security Studies, WEU, June 1997), pp.43-62.
  • Pavliuk, O., ‘Ukraine and Regional Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe’, Security Dialogue, vol.28, no.3 (September 1997), pp.347-362.
  • Pavliuk, O., ‘The Ukrainian-Polish Strategic Partnership and Central European Geopolitics’ in Spillmann, Kurt R. Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek (eds.)., Between Russia and the West: Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine (Bern, Berlin: Peter Lang, 1999), pp.185-212.
  • Pavliuk, O., 'The Ukrainian-Polish Strategic Partnership and Central European Geopolitics', in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp. 185-212.
  • Reisch, A.A., ‘Hungary and Ukraine Agree to Upgrade Bilateral Relations’, Report on Eastern Europe, vol.1, no.44 (2 November 1990).
  • Reisch, A.A., ‘Agreements Signed with Ukraine to Upgrade Bilateral Relations’, Report on Eastern Europe, vol.2, no.25 (21 June 1991).
  • Reisch, A.A., ‘Hungarian-Ukrainian Relations Continue to Develop’, RE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.16 (16 April 1993).
  • Socor, V., ‘Annexation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina Condemned by Romania’, RL 256/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.29 (19 July 1991).
  • Spero, Jusua B., 'The Polish-Ukrainian Interstate Model for Cooperation and Integration: Regional Relations in a Theoretical Context', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.155-178,
  • Weydenthal, Jan B., ‘Policy toward the Eastern Neighbours’, Report on Eastern Europe, vol.2, no.47 (22 November 1991).
  • Weydenthal, J.B, ‘Polish-Ukrainian Rapprochement’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.9 (28 February 1992).
  • Weydenthal, J.B., ‘Economic Issues Dominate Poland’s Eastern Policy’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.10 (5 March 1993).
  • Weydenthal, J.B., ‘Poland’s Eastern Policy’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.7 (18 February 1994).
  • Wolchik, S.L. and Zieba, Ryszard, ‘Ukraine’s Relations with the Visegrad Countries’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.133-164.
  • Wolczuk, R., ‘Ukrainian-Polish Relations Between 1991-1998. From the Declarative to the Substantive’, European Security, vol.10, no.1 (Spring 2000), pp.127-156.
  • Wolczuk, Kataryna and Roman Wolczuk, Poland and Ukraine: A Strategic Partnership in a Changing Europe? (London: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, 2002).
  • Wolczuk, Kataryna and Wolczuk, Roman, Poland and Ukraine. Maintaining a Strategic Partnership Through a New Iron Curtain? (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 2003).
  • Wolczuk, Kataryna and Roman Wolczuk, ‘Poland's Relations with Ukraine: a Challenging 'Strategic Partnership', in Julie Smith and Charles Jenkins, eds., Through the Paper Curtain: Outsiders and Insiders in the New Europe (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003), pp. 101-17.

NATO and the EU

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  • Bilinsky, Yaroslav, Endgame in NATO’s Enlargement. The Baltic States and Ukraine (Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1999).
  • Bojcun, Marko, Ukraine and Europe. A Difficult Reunion, (London: Kogan Page Ltd, 2001).
  • Bojcun, Marko, ‘Ukraine and European Integration’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.271-286.
  • Bukkvoll, Torr, ‘Ukraine and NATO: The Politics of Soft Cooperation’, Security Dialogue, vol.28, no.3 (September 1997), pp.363-374.
  • Bukkvoll, Tor and Kjolberg, Anders, Liaisons Dangereuses. Political Relationships in the NATO, Russia and Ukraine Triangle. FFI Report, no.2001/01165, (Kjellor: Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, 2001).
  • Cambone, Stephen, A., ‘NATO Enlargement: Implications for the Military Dimension of Ukraine’s Security’, The Harriman Review, vol.10, no.1 (Winter 1997), pp.8-18.
  • Gallina, Nicole, ‘Beyond the Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: The Case of Ukraine’, ’ in Nicolas Hayoz and Andrej N. Lushnycky (eds.) Ukraine at a Crossroads (Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe. Vol. 1 Edited by Rolf Fieguth and Nicolas Hayoz. Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, 2005), pp.195-214.
  • Hoffmann, Lutz and Mollers, Felicitas (ed.)., Ukraine on the Road to Europe, (Heidelberg: Physica, 2001).
  • Kempe, Iris, 'The European Union and Ukraine: Interests and Strategies', in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp. 167-184.
  • Kempe, Iris, (ed.)., Prospects and Risks Beyond EU Enlargement. Eastern Europe: Challenges of a Pan-European Policy (Leske & Budrich, 2003).
  • Kharchenko, Ihor, 'The new Ukraine-NATO partnership', NATO Review, vol. 45, no.5 (September-October 1997).
  • Kubicek, Paul, "The European Union and Ukraine: Real Partners or Relationship of Convenience?" in Kubicek, ed., The European Union and Democratization (London: Routledge, 2003), pp.150-173.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine and the Expansion of NATO’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.7, no.9 (September 1995).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Baltics, Ukraine and the path to NATO’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.9, no.7 (July 1997).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine and NATO: The Evolving Strategic Partnership’, Journal of Strategic Studies, vol.21, no.2 (June 1998), pp.1-30.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Kiev craves closer ties with NATO’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.12, no.10 (October 2000).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The EU and Ukraine: A Troubled Relationship’ in John Redmond, John and Jackie Gower, Jackie eds., Enlarging the EU: The Way Forward (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp.154-162.
  • Lewis, Ann ed., The EU and Ukraine: Neighbours, Friends, Partners? (London: The Federal Trust for Education and Research, 2002).
  • Lieven, Anatol, 'Restraining NATO: Ukraine, Russia and the West', Washington Quarterly, vol.20, no.4 (Autumn 1997), pp.55-77.
  • Light, Margo, White, Stephen and Lowenhardt, John, ‘A wider Europe: the view from Moscow and Kyiv’, International Affairs, vol.76, no.1 (January 2000), p.77-88.
  • Pavliuk, O., The European Union and Ukraine: The Need for a New Vision (New York, Prague, Kyiv: East-West Institute, 1999).
  • Pavliuk, O., ‘NATO Enlargement and Ukraine’ in Bebler, Anton A. ed., The Challenge of NATO Enlargement (Westport, Conn., London: Praeger, 1999), pp.81-92.
  • Perepylytsia, Hryhori, ‘Problems of Ukraine’s Military Integration into European Security Structures’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.193-206.
  • Popson, N., 'Where Does Europe End?', The Wilson Quarterly, vol. XXVI, no.3 (Summer 2002), pp.13-19.
  • Potekhin, Olexander V., ‘Ukraine’s Way to Europe’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds.., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.151-164.
  • Potekhin, Oleksandr, 'The NATO-Ukraine Partnership: Problems, Achievements and Perspectives', in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp.145-166.
  • Protsyk, Oleh., 'Domestic Political institutions in Ukraine and Russia and their responses to EU enlargement', Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.36, no.4 (December 2003), pp.427-442.
  • Rontoyanni, Clelia, Towards Inclusive European Security: Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and the European Security and Defense Policy (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2003).
  • Sellar, Christian and Pickles, John, 'Where Will Europe End? Ukraine and the Limits of European Integration', Eurasian Geography and Economics, no.2/2002, pp. 123-142.
  • Sherr, James, "The Dual Enlargements and Ukraine," in Anatol Lieven and Dmitri Trenin, eds., Ambivalent Neighbors: The EU, NATO and the Price of Membership (Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), pp.108-144.
  • Sherr, James, ‘Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Choice: Is Failure Inevitable?’, in Rikke Kjaerulff-Jorgensen ed., Ukraine: Our New Neighbour (Copenhagen: Danish Institute International Affairs, 2002).
  • Udovenko, Hennadiy, ‘European stability and NATO enlargement: Ukraine’s perspective’, NATO Review, vol. 43, no.6 (November 1995), pp.15-18.

CIS

  • Chudowsky, Victor, 'The Limits of Realism: Ukrainian Policy toward the CIS' in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.11-36.
  • Garnett, S.W. and Lebenson, Rachel, ‘Ukraine Joins the Fray: Will Peace Come to Trans-Dniestria?’ Problems of Post Communism, vol.45, no.6 (November-December 1998), pp.22-32.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Promoting Geopolitical Pluralism in the CIS: GUUAM and Western Policy’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.47, no.3 (May-June 2000), pp.25-35.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Geopolitical Pluralism in the CIS: The Emergence of GUUAM’. European Security, vol.9, no. 2 (Summer 2000), pp.81-114.
  • Markus, V., ‘Belarus, Ukraine Take Opposite Views’, Transition, vol.2, no.23 (15 November 1996).
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  • Nahaylo, B., ‘Ukraine and Moldova: The View from Kiev’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.18 (1 May 1992).
  • Pavliuk, O., ‘GUUAM. The Maturing of a Political Grouping into Economic Cooperation’ in Renata Dwan and Oleksandr Pavliuk, eds., Building Security in the New States of Eurasia. Subregional Cooperation in the Former Soviet Space (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 2000), pp.33-56.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine and the CIS: A Troubled Relationship’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.7 (12 February 1993).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine, Russia, and the CIS’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.19-44.
  • Szporluk, R., ‘Belarus, Ukraine and the Russian Question: A Comment’, Post-Soviet Affairs, vol.9, no.4 (October-December 1993), pp.366-374.

Russia

  • Alexandrova, O., ‘Russia as a Factor in Ukrainian Security Concepts’, Aussenpolitik, vol.45, no.1 (1994), pp.68-78.
  • Alexandrova, O., ‘Ukraine and Russia in the European Security System: Perceptions and Reality’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.124-128.
  • Baev, Pavel K., ‘Russian Foreign Policy Agenda: Post-Soviet challenges to European Orientation’, in Arkady Moshs and Bertil Nygren, eds., A Slavic Triangle? Present and Future Relations Between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College, 2002), pp.9-22.
  • Bukkvoll, T., ‘Off the Cuff Politics - Explaining Russia's Lack of a Ukraine Strategy’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.53, no.8 (December 2001), pp.1141-1157.
  • Clement, Hermann, ‘Ukraine: Causes and Consequences of Economic Ties with Russia and Their Influence on Relations between the Two States’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.148-159.
  • Crow, S., ‘Russian Parliament Asserts Control Over Sevastopol’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.31 (30 July 1993),
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  • D’Anieri, P., ‘Dilemmas of Interdependence. Autonomy, Prosperity, and Sovereignty in Ukraine’s Russia Policy’,Problems of Post-Communism, vol.44, no.1 (January-February 1997) pp. 16-25.
  • D’Anieri, P., Economic Interdependence in Ukrainian-Russian Relations (New York: New York State University Press, 1999).
  • Derlugian, Georgi, M., ‘Ukraine and the Fourth Russian Empire’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.133-137.
  • Feldhusen, Anka, ‘The 'Russian Factor' in Ukrainian Foreign Policy’, Fletcher Forum on International Affairs, vol. 23, no. 2 (Fall 1999), pp. 119-38.
  • Forsstrom, Pentti, ‘Military Cooperation between the Slavic CIS States’, in Arkady Moshs and B.Nygren eds., A Slavic Triangle? Present and Future Relations Between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College, 2002), pp.47-60.
  • Goncharenko, Alexander, Ukrainian-Russian Relations: An Unequal Partnership. RUSI Whitehall Paper 32 (London: Royal United Services Institute, 1995).
  • Haran, Olexiy, and Pavlenko, Rostyslav, ‘Ukraine’s Russian Policy under Kuchma: Paradoxes of ‘Strategic Partnership’, ’ in Nicolas Hayoz and Andrej N. Lushnycky (eds.) Ukraine at a Crossroads (Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe. Vol. 1 Edited by Rolf Fieguth and Nicolas Hayoz. Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, 2005), pp.167-194.
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  • Hedenskog, Jakob, ‘The Evolution of Relations between Russia, Belarus and Ukraine in the Light of NATO and EU Enlargements’, in Arkady Moshs and B.Nygren, eds., A Slavic Triangle? Present and Future Relations Between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College, 2002), pp.23-40.
  • Holman, G.Paul, 'Russo-Ukrainian Relations: The Containment Legacy' in W.Raymond Duncan and G.Paul Holman eds., Ethnic Nationalism and Regional Conflict. The Former Soviet Union and Yugoslavia (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1994), pp.77-100.
  • Kaminski, Eugueni, ‘Russian and Ukrainian Strategic Interests Among Conflicts and Accommodation’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds.., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.165-180.
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  • Kincade, William H. and Melnyczuk, Natalie, ‘Eurasia Letter: Uneighborly Neighbors’, Foreign Policy, vol.94 (Spring 1994), pp.84-104.
  • Kulinich, N.A., ‘Ukraine’s Russian Dilemma and Europe’s Evolving Geography’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.95-106.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Russian Policy to Ukraine During Elections’, Demokratizatsiya, vol.13, no.4 (Fall 2005),pp.491-517.
  • Lester, Jeremy, ‘Russian Political Attitudes to Ukrainian Independence’, The Journal of Post Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.10, no.2 (June 1994).
  • Liesman, Steve, ‘Can Ukraine Slip Russia’s Grip?’, Central European Economic Review, April 1995.
  • Lieven, A., Ukraine and Russia. A fraternal rivalry (Washington DC: US Institute of Peace, 1999).
  • Markus, U., ‘Shoring up Relations wth Russia’, Transition, vol.1, no.6 (28 April 1995).
  • Marples, D., ‘Ukraine’s Relatuons with Russia in the Contemporary Era’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.103-112.
  • Morrison, J., ‘Pereyaslav and after: the Russian-Ukrainian relationship’, International Affairs, vol.69, no.4 (October 1993), pp.677-704.
  • Moshes, Arkadi, 'Conflict and Co-operation in Russo-Ukrainian Relations' in Bruno Coppieters, Alexei Zverev and Dmitri Trenin eds., Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia (London: Frank Cass, 1998), pp.125-139.
  • Moshes, A., ‘The Evolution of Relations within the Slavic Triangle: A view from Russia’, in Arkady Moshes and B.Nygren, eds., A Slavic Triangle? Present and Future Relations Between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College, 2002), pp.61-74.
  • Motyl, Alexander J., "Ukraine, Europe, and Russia: Exclusion or Dependence?," in Anatol Lieven and Dmitri Trenin, eds., Ambivalent Neighbors: The EU, NATO and the Price of Membership (Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2003), pp.15-43.
  • Nygren, B., ‘The History of the 'Slavic Union' Idea’, in Arkady Moshs and B.Nygren, eds., A Slavic Triangle? Present and Future Relations Between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College, 2002), pp.107-128.
  • ‘Peoples, Nations, Identities. The Russian-Ukrainian Encounter’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996).
  • Rainow, Peter, ‘The Russian-Ukrainian Dimension’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J., eds., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.40-60.
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  • Rumer, Eugene B., ‘Eurasia Letter: Will Ukraine Return to Russia?’, Foreign Policy, no.96 (Fall 1994), pp.129-144 and no.97 (Winter 1994-1995), pp.178-181.
  • Sanders, Deborah, Security Cooperation between Russia and Ukraine in the Post-Soviet Era (New York: Palgrave, 2002).
  • Shenfield, Stephen, D., ‘Alternative Conceptions of Russian State Identity and Their Implications for Russian Attitudes Towards Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.142-147.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Draft Union Treaty and the ‘Big Five’, RL 177/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.18 (3 May 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Gorbachev-Eltsin Pact and the New Union Treaty’, RL 180/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.19 (10 May 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine and the Union Treaty’, RL 263/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.30 (26 July 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine and Russia: Before and After the Coup’, RL 346/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.39 (27 September 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine, the Kremlin, and the Russian White House’, RL 384/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.44 (1 November 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine, The (Former) Center, Russia and ‘Russia’’, Studies in Comparative Communism, vol.25, no.1 (March 1992), pp.31-45.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine and Russia: The Politics of Independence’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.19 (8 May 1992).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Crimean Imbroglio: Kiev and Moscow’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.40 (9 October 1992).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Ukrainian-Russian Summit: Problems and Prospects’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.27 (2 July 1993).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Russia, Ukraine and the Imperial Legacy’, Post-Soviet Affairs, vol.9, no.4 (October-December 1993), pp.337-365.
  • Torbakov, Igor, ‘A Rebirth of Ukrainian Geopolitics’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.138-141.
  • Torbakov, Igor, 'Apart from Russia or part of Russia: a sad saga of Ukrainian-Russian relations', Demokratizatsiya, vol.9, no.4 (Fall 2001), pp. 141-155.
  • Travkin, Nikolai, ‘Rusia, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe’ in Stephen Sestanovich, ed, Rethinking Russia’s National Interests (Washington DC: Center for Strtegic and International Studies, 1994), pp.24-41.
  • Vlasov, Sergei, 'Ukrainian Foreign Policy: Between Russia and the West' in Bruno Coppieters, Alexei Zverev and Dmitri Trenin eds., Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia (London: Frank Cass, 1998), pp.125-155.
  • Vydrin, D., ‘Ukraine and Russia’ in Blackwill Robert D., and Karaganov S., eds., Damage Limitation or Crisis? Russia and the Outside World, CSIA Studies in International Security No.5 (Cambridge, MA: Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government and Washington / London: Brassey’s, 1994), pp.123-137.
  • Zhovnirenko, Pavlo, ‘The Problem of Security in Ukrainian-Russian Relations: A Search for Common Interests’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.129-132.

Second and Developing Worlds

  • Changbin, Jiang, ‘Ukraine and Asia: Diplomacy and Prospects in the Contemporary World’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.191-210.
  • Glebov, Viktor V., ‘The Black Sea Region, European Security, and Ukraine’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds.., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.181-192.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine and the Southern Hemisphere’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.211-220.
  • Markus, U., ‘Ukrainian-Chinese Relations: Slow But Steady Progress’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.45 (12 November 1993).
  • Markus, U., ‘To Counterbalance Russian Power, China Leans Toward Ukraine’, Transtion, vol.1, no.17 (22 September 1995).
  • Sezer, Duygu Bazoglu, ‘Ukraine, Turkey, and the Black Sea Region’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.79-102.
  • Smolansky, O.M., ‘Ukraine and the Middle East’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.171-190.
  • Socor, V., ‘Demirel Asserts Turkish Interests in Ukraine and Moldova’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.31 (12 August 1994).

Security Policy 1 (A-L)

  • Albright, David E. and Appatov, Semyen J. eds., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999).
  • Alexandrova, Olga, ‘Ukraine and Western Europe’ in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.145-170.
  • Alexandrova, Olga, 'The Premises of Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy' in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp. 31-52.
  • Allison, R., ‘Ukraine’s External Relations’, Post-Soviet Periphery: Ukraine, Transcaucasus, Central Asia and the Russian Far East (Tokyo: Japan Institute of International Affairs, Paper no.8, 1994), pp.7-22.
  • Armstrong, J., ‘Independent Ukraine in the World Arena’, The Ukrainian Quarterly, vol.54, nos.1-2 (Spring-Summer 1998), pp. 5-15.
  • Balmaceda, M.M., ‘Ukraine, Russia, and European Security. Thinking Beyond NATO Expansion’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.45, no.1 (January-February 1998).
  • Bilinsky, Yaroslav, ‘Invitation to a Garroting, or the Struggle Alliance Between the European and Russia Against the Independence of Ukraine’, The Ukrainian Quarterly, vol.LVII, nos.1-2 (Spring-Summer 2001), pp.25-37.
  • Bilinsky, Yaroslav, ‘Ukraine, Russia, and the West. An Insecure Security Triangle’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.44, no.1 (January-February 1997), pp.27-33.
  • Blank, Stephen, ‘Russia, Ukraine and European Security’, European Security, vol.3, no.1 (Spring 1994), pp.182-207.
  • Bukkvoll, T., Ukraine and European Security (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1997).
  • Brzezinski, Zbigniew, ‘Ukraine’s Critical Role in the Post-Soviet Space’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.3-8.
  • Chudowsky, Victor, and Kuzio, T., , ‘Does Public Opinion Matter in Ukraine? The Case of Foreign Policy’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.36, no.3 (September 2003), pp.273-290.
  • Clark, Dick, ‘Russia, Ukraine and the U.S. Response'. Twelfth Conference, January 9-14, 1993’, The Aspen Institute, vol.8, no.1 (1993).
  • Clark, D., Russia, Ukraine, The Caucasus and the U.S. Response, The Aspen Institute, Congressional Program, vol.9, no.1 (1994).
  • D'Anieri, P., 'Constructivist Theory and Ukrainian Foreign Policy', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp. 37-56.
  • Dunn, J.F., Ukraine’s Continuing Security Dilemmas: A Summary Update, F35 (Camberley: Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, February 1994).
  • Dunn, J.F., The Determinants and Future of Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy, F45 (Camberley: Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, February 1995).
  • Garnett, Sherman W., Keystone in the Arch. Ukraine in the Emerging Security Environment of Central and Eastern Europe (Washington D.C.: Carnegie Endowment, 1997).
  • Gonzales, Katherina W., ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors. Ukrainian Border Security and Western Assistance’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.51, no.1 (January-February 2004), pp.43-54.
  • Ham, Peter van, Ukraine, Russia and European Security: Implications for Western Policy, Chaillot Papers no.13 (Paris: Institute for Security Studies, WEU, February 1994).
  • Hemans, Simon, ‘Ukraine’s Place in Europe’, RUSI Journal, vol.139, no.6 (December 1994), pp.54-57.
  • Honcharenko, A., ‘Ukraine: national interests between the CIS and the West’ in Allison, Roy and Bluth, Christoph eds., Security Dilemmas in Russia and Eurasia (London: Royal Institute International Affairs, 1998), pp.121-133.
  • Jung, M., ‘Looking Both Ways’, Transition, vol.1, no.6 (28 April 1995).
  • Kharchenko, I. and Veselovsky, Andriy, ‘Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Strategy’ in Kis, Theofil, Makaryk, Irena, Weretelnyk, Roman, eds., Towards a New Ukraine I. Ukraine and the New World Order, 1991-1996 (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1997), pp.95-102.
  • Kis, Theofil I., Nationhood, Statehood and the International Status of the Ukrainian SSR / Ukraine . University of Ottawa Ukrainian Studies, Occasional Papers No.1 (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1989).
  • Kistersky, L., Soussan, Michael C. and Cruise, Daniel L., Security in Eastern Europe: The Case of Ukraine (Providence, RI: The Center for Foreign Policy Development of the Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, 1994).
  • Kistersky, L. and Shenfield, Stephen, ‘A Discussion of the Security of Ukraine: Situation and Prospects’, Brown Journal of World Affairs, vol.1, no.2 (Spring 1994), pp.163-176.
  • Kulinich, Nikolai A., ‘Ukraine in the New Geopolitical Environment: Issues of Regional and Subregional Security’ in Dawisha, Adeed and Dawisha, K. eds., The Making of Foreign Policy in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.113-140.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine and its Future Security’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.4, no.12 (December 1993).
  • Kuzio, T., Ukrainian Security Policy. Washington Paper 167 (Washington D.C.: Center for Security and International Studies, 1995).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukrainian security planning: constraints and options’ in Allison, Roy and Bluth, Christoph eds., Security Dilemmas in Russia and Eurasia (London: Royal Institute International Affairs, 1998), pp.134-151.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Slavophiles versus Westernisers: Foreign Policy Orientations in Ukraine’ in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp.53-74.
  • Larrabee, F. Stephen, ‘Ukraine’s Balancing Act’, Survival, vol.38, no.2 (Summer 1996), pp.143-165.
  • Larrabee, F.S., ‘Ukraine Place in European and Regional Security’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.249-270.

Security Policy 2 (M-Z)

  • Manzhola, Volodymyr A., and Galaka, Sergei P., ‘A Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in Central and Eastern Europe: A Ukrainian Perspective’ in Albright, D. E. and Appatov, S. J. eds.., Ukraine and European Security (London and New York: Macmillan and St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.112-122.
  • Markus, U., ‘Foreign Policy as a Security Tool’, Transition, vol.1, no.13 (28 July 1995).
  • Markus, U., ‘Immigrants in Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.26 (1 July 1994).
  • Mihalisko, K., ‘Security Issues in Ukraine and Belarus’ in Karp, Cowen, ed., Central and Eastern Europe: the Challenge of Transition (Oxford: Stockholm International Peace Research Insitute, 1993), pp.225-257.
  • Melnyczuk, Natalie, ‘Ukraine Develops an Independent Foreign Policy: The First Year’, RL 379/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3/43 (25 October 1991),
  • Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002).
  • Moroney, J.D.P., 'Ukraine's Foreign Policy on Europe's Periphery: Gobalization, Transnationalism, and the Frontier', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.57-90.
  • Motyl, Alexander J., ‘Totalitarian Collapse, Imperial Disintegration, and the Rise of the Soviet West: Implications for the West’ in Mandelbaum, Michael, ed., The Rise of Nations in the Soviet Union. American Foreign Policy and the Disintegration of the USSR (New York: Council on Foreign Affairs,1991), pp.44-63.
  • Pedchenko, Volodymyr, ‘Ukraine’s Delicate Balancing Act’, Transitions, vol.4, no.1 (June 1997).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine’s Search for Security’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.21 (21 May 1993).
  • Pavliuk, O., Securing Sovereignty: Ukraine’s First Five Years of Independence (New York, Prague, Kyiv: East-West Institute, 1997).
  • Pavliuk, O., ‘Ukraine’s Transition and Western Strategies’ in Ukraine in Transition and Western Strategy: Challenges for German and American Foreign Policy (Washington DC: American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, John Hopkins University, 1998), pp.1-12.
  • Popadiuk, Roman, ‘Ukraine: The Security Fulcrum of Europe’, Strategic Forum, no.69 (April 1996), pp.1-4.
  • Rutland, Peter, ‘Search for Stability’, Transition, vol.1, no.10 (23 June 1999.
  • Sherr, James, ‘Ukrainian Security Policy: The Relationship Between Domestic and External Factors’ in Kuzio, T. ed., Contemporary Ukraine. Dynamics of Post-Soviet Transformation (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1998), pp.245-266.
  • Sherr, J., ‘Ukraine’s New Times of Troubles’, The Journal of Slavic Military Studies, vol.12, no.2 (June 1999), pp.48-88.
  • Sherr, James, 'After Yugoslavia: Whither Ukraine?', in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999).
  • Smith, Mark, The Eastern Giants: Russia, Ukraine and European Security. RUSI Whitehall Paper Series 13 (London: Royal United Services Institute, 1992).
  • Snel, Gerard, ‘At the Border of European Security: The Case of Ukraine’ in Carlton, David Ingram, Paul and Tenaglia, Giancarlo eds., Rising Tension in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1996), pp.113-131.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: The Domestic and Foreign Policy Agendas’ in Clark, Dick ed., U.S. Relations with Russia, Ukraine and Eastern Europe. Seventeenth Conference, August 24-September 1, 1995 (Washington D.C.: US Institute of Peace,1995), pp.37-40.
  • Spillmann, K. R., Wenger, A. and M. Derek, eds., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Studies, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999).
  • Strekal, O., Independent Ukraine: The Search for Security, IAI / SWP - Projektpapier No.3 (Ebenhausen: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, March 1995).
  • ‘Interview with First Deputy Foreign Minister Borys Tarasiuk. A New Concept of European Security’, Transition, vol.1, no.13 (28 July 1995).
  • Szporluk, R., ‘The Soviet West - or Far Eastern Europe?’, East European Politics and Society, vol.5, no.3 (Fall 1991), pp.466-482.
  • Tarasiuk, Borys, ‘Ukraine in the World’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.9-16.
  • Tolstov, Serhiy, ‘Ukraine’s Foreign Policy: Course Correction or Change in Priorities?’ The Ukrainian Review, vol.42, no.1 (Spring 1995), pp.3-12.
  • Umbach, F., ‘The Security of an Independent Ukraine’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.5, no.3 (March 1994).
  • Wittschorek, Peter, Janes Jackson and Kokoshinsky Oleg, Ukraine, Europe, and the United States (Baden-Baden: NOMOS, 2000).
  • Wolczuk, Roman, Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy (London: Curzon Press, 2002).
  • Wolczuk, Roman, ‘The Evolution of Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy, 1990-1994’, Slavic Military Studies, vol. 12, no. 3 (September 1999), pp. 18-37.