Erik Nisbet, associate professor, and Olga Kamenchuk, associate professor of clinical communication, asked 2,000 Ukrainians about their thoughts on the impeachment controversy. Their results, as a part of their ongoing research with the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, were published in The Conversation.
"To us, this suggests that Trump’s alleged quid pro quo hampers the U.S. government’s ability to exert its influence in Ukraine," Kamenchuk and Nisbet wrote. "It further divides Ukraine across regional and ethnic lines and raises doubts among a significant portion of Ukrainians about how much the U.S. will support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia."
Read the full article on The Conversation.