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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