US-based Friends of Ukraine Network joins chorus of international supporters urging Kyiv to maintain Maidan momentum and keep reform process on track despite looming election cycle and opposition from entrenched old guard
Vitaly Sych first made his name in the 2000s as the long-serving editor of Ukraine’s top current affairs weekly, but he cemented his reputation by resigning rather than bowing to Yanukovych era censorship. He is now back at the helm of a new...
Australian Pete Shmigel argues that the suppressed traumas of distant and recent history continue to shape Ukrainian society negatively and are as big an obstacle to progress as more commonly discussed problems like corruption and the ongoing...
Greater grassroots democracy in the Ukrainian capital can provide the necessary momentum for a sustainable transformation from the post-Soviet period to a more recognizably European model of governance
Victor Liakh of the East Europe Foundation explains how greater transparency can play a key role as Ukrainian society seeks to move decisively beyond the post-Soviet era and embrace greater EU integration
Ukraine’s 2013-14 popular uprising has become synonymous with the European Union Association Agreement that helped spark initial protests – but the demands voiced by millions of Ukrainians focused on basic human rights not EU integration
Ukrainians remain deeply cynical about the post-Maidan reform process but local success stories offer an opportunity to produce practical results and challenge an institutionalized culture of corruption
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