|Author (Person)||Pesenti, Marina|
|Publisher||Royal Institute of International Affairs [Chatham House]|
|Series Title||Chatham House Papers|
|Publication Date||November 2020|
|Content Type||Research Paper|
Ukraine’s cultural and creative sectors have flourished since the Euromaidan revolution, helping the country to counter divisive Russian narratives and develop a greater sense of national identity.
Culture has been central to the state’s response to the threat from Russia since 2014. As Russia has continued its hybrid warfare against Ukraine, and has sought to create identity cleavages in society by promoting divisive historical and cultural narratives, Ukraine has demonstrated a high degree of resilience to this threat by pursuing a more robust identity policy through the activities of state institutions in the field of culture and identity.
|Subject Categories||Culture, Education and Research, Values and Beliefs|
|Subject Tags||Creative Sectors, National Identity|
|Countries / Regions||Ukraine|