LSU student describes clash of cultures in Crimea
BATON ROUGE - An LSU student who spent some time in Crimea last year chronicled her experience for the Huffington Post.
In her article "Crimea in sunnier times," Aryanna Prasad discussed her travels through Crimea, especially the struggles she noticed with ethnic identity within this Ukrainian peninsula.
Accorrding to Prasad, the history of Ukraine is profoundly linked to the history of Russia, and this connection allows for many Crimean residents to feel ties to both Ukraine and Russia.
To read Prasad's full article in the Huffington Post, click here.
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