Terra Incognita: The public mood in Crimea

Gwendolyn Sasse

Since the incorporation of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol as subjects of the Russian Federation in March 2014 Crimea has, by and large, become terra incognita. The ZOiS (the Centre for East European and International Studies) survey conducted in Crimea (March-May 2017) provides a rare glimpse into the public mood in the region after its annexation by Russia.