To Budapest and Beyond (Epilogue)

Case Solution

John Buntin
Harvard Kennedy School ()

When Ukraine becomes independent after the collapse and dissolution of the Soviet Union, the nation that is suddenly the third most populous nation in Europe finds itself almost immediately in high-level international diplomacy and negotiations. A significant part of the former nuclear arsenal of the Soviet Union, including ICBMs destined for the United States, is located in Ukraine. This case tells the story of the emergence and development of the foreign policy of a new independent nation and focuses on Kiev’s emerging understanding of the dynamics of diplomatic negotiations, the power of nuclear weapons as a bargaining chip, and its emerging awareness of the nature of its national policy. interest. Case number HKS 1425.0

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