Public Opinion in Frontline Ukrainian Cities in 2022

As 2022 comes to a close I am gathering together all the short public interest pieces that Karina Korostelina and I published this year, in multiple languages, based on our survey research, conducted by KIIS, in Poltava, Dnipro and Zaporizhzhia. For details on this research, supported by a US National Science Foundation grant, see the menu tab ‘The Costs of Peace’ here. We will be turning to academic research papers based on this data. Thanks to all the outlets who considered and published this work.

G. Toal, K. Korostelina, “Russia has made Ukraine’s territory a sacred cause.Irish Times, 26 December, 2022.

K. Korosteina, G. Toal, “Generational divides in wartime Ukraine: Perceptions of War and Peace.” Focus Ukraine, Kennan Institute, 13 December 2022.

G. Toal, K. Korostelina, “Ces sociologues qui prennent le pouls des Ukrainiens depuis l’invasion russe.” Atlantico, 11 December 2022.

K. Korosteina, G. Toal, “Generational divides in wartime Ukraine: Differentiating from Russia.” Focus Ukraine, Kennan Institute, 6 December 2022.

K. Korostelina, G. Toal, “How do Ukrainians in a war zone feel about Russia?Riddle, 30 November 2022.

K. Korostelina, G. Toal, “Какие чувства испытывают украинцы в прифронтовых районах по отношению к России? Riddle, 30 November 2022.

K. Korostelina, G. Toal, “Generational divides in wartime Ukraine: Identity questions.” Focus Ukraine, Kennan Institute, 29 November 2022.

G. Toal, K. Korostelina, “Ukrainians want war crime reparations and investigations, new survey shows.” Open Democracy, 21 September 2022.

K. Korostelina, G. Toal, “La guerre de la Russie contre les civils Ukrainiens.” Le Grand Continent, 19 September 2022.

Korostelina, K.V. and G. Toal. La guerra de Rusia contra los civiles ucranianos, Le Grand Continent, September 19, 2022.

G. Toal, K. Korostelina, “We asked Ukrainians living on the front lines what was an acceptable peace – here’s what they told us.” The Conversation, 15 September 2022 (republished by Salon).

K. Korostelina, G. Toal, “Do Ukrainians want a ceasefire?Washington Post, 30 August 2022.

About Dr Gerard Toal

Irish born academic living in Washington DC researching geopolitical competition and territorial conflicts in post-Communist Europe. Author of CRITICAL GEOPOLITICS (1996), BOSNIA REMADE (w C Dahlman) and NEAR ABROAD: PUTIN, THE WEST AND THE CONTEST OVER UKRAINE AND THE CAUCASUS (Oxford University Press, 2017).
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