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Author: Yegor Vasylyev

The Broth and its Many Cooks: Ukraine in-between elections

The country on the border of West and East, mired in the habits of the previous epoch, is approaching a new historic waterline, and all of its tensions and challenges are becoming more acute. Pepper from the Opposition The winter retreats and Kyiv roads, another failed object of EURO 2012's initial frenzy, well remind one […]

March 10, 2013 - Yegor Vasylyev

Ukraine 2013: The same old games?

Following tense parliamentary elections, the change of government and a pre-recession economic landscape, will Ukraine’s 2013 be mired in the same old post-Soviet games in politics and governance? The games of politics and European integration Western politics is widely believed to be about the three “I”s – Ideas, Interests and Institutions. In Ukraine, however, it […]

January 15, 2013 - Yegor Vasylyev

Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections: Half-way between false and true

As the initial results of the Ukrainian parliamentary elections held on Sunday emerge, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's party was on course to secure a parliamentary majority, although will face an opposition boosted by Svoboda and Vitaly Klitschko's UDAR. Yegov Vasylyev,an analyst specialising in politics and transition of post-Soviet states, discusses the impact of the election. […]

October 29, 2012 - Yegor Vasylyev

Ukraine: Last Elections in a Divided Country?

Ukraine gained independence in 1991 and political scientist Andrew Wilson has famously called the Ukrainians “an unexpected nation”.

September 25, 2012 - Yegor Vasylyev

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