Items tagged with: Orange Revolution


Over the past three decades of independence, Ukraine's quest for progress towards future EU membership has come to symbolize the country's post-Soviet rejection of Russian authoritarianism and embrace of European democratic values

Saturday, 02 July 2022 13:42

Ukraine wins Eurovision 2022

Ukraine’s third Eurovision victory came in Turin on May 15 amid a wave of song contest solidarity as European voters demonstrated their support for the country and opposition to Putin’s war

Wednesday, 18 May 2022 15:44

UKRAINE AT 30: Europe's last great unfinished nation-building odyssey continues

Today’s Ukraine is increasingly democratic and European but has yet to become prosperous or live up to its huge potential

Monday, 19 July 2021 23:00

Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine obsession could plunge Europe into a major war

The Russian president’s recent essay on the "historical unity" of Russians and Ukrainians lays bare his dangerous imperial delusions and refusal to accept the loss of Ukraine

Monday, 19 July 2021 01:11

UKRAINE AT 30: Maidan’s metamorphosis is the perfect metaphor for Ukraine’s post-Soviet national coming of age

The dramatic reinvention of Kyiv's central square since 1991 as a place of genuine national importance tells the story of modern Ukraine

Monday, 29 March 2021 01:50

The Editor vs The Oligarchs

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...

Monday, 12 March 2018 20:43

POST-SOVIET TURNING POINT: Is it time to reconsider the historic importance of Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution?

Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution caught the world’s imagination but failed to deliver politically. However, it is now increasingly clear the protests played a decisive role in changing the geopolitical dynamic of the entire post-Soviet...

Sunday, 12 March 2017 05:14

UKRAINE AT 25: Geopolitical balancing acts, Russian realities and European ambitions

Ukraine has spent past quarter century trying to reduce Russian dominance while engaging the West

Tuesday, 23 August 2016 03:25

Can Savchenko reload Ukraine’s revolution?

Ukraine’s Joan of Arc emerges from Russian prison as discontent mounts over President Poroshenko’s perceived failure to live up to the high hopes of the Euromaidan Revolution - but is the undoubtedly iconic Nadiya Savchenko really ready to take...

Saturday, 28 May 2016 02:43

UKRAINE’S REVOLUTION FATIGUE: Poroshenko repeats mistakes of Yushchenko


President Poroshenko is coming under increasing fire for his failure to live up to the expectations of the Euromaidan Revolution. With almost all of the post-Maidan reformers now out of government, many fear a return to the oligarchic...

Friday, 13 May 2016 01:57

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