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Author: Paweł Kowal

Before Plan B

“Plan B” – until recently a forbidden phrase in analysing EU-Ukraine relations – is now starting to dominate conversations. For the time being let it be drafted, while those who are still playing the game should think about strategic scenarios before the Vilnius Summit.

November 25, 2013 - Paweł Kowal

The Home Stretch

On the day after the elections in 2006 in Ukraine, someone asked Yulia Tymoshenko if she had already started talks with Viktor Yushchenko on a coalition between their parties. She said that she was sleeping with the phone, waiting for the call.

November 13, 2013 - Paweł Kowal

The Home Stretch

On the day after the elections in 2006 in Ukraine, someone asked Yulia Tymoshenko if she had already started talks with Viktor Yushchenko on a coalition between their parties. She said that she was sleeping with the phone, waiting for the call.

November 13, 2013 - Paweł Kowal

A Pact with the Oligarchs

This is a shortened version of an essay originally appearing in New Eastern Europe Issue 2(VII)/2013 “Painful Past, Fragile Future”. For the full article please see the print edition here.

July 14, 2013 - Paweł Kowal

Only for People with Strong Nerves

Yuri Lutsenko is free again. This is the first positive signal we have had from Kyiv in recent months. And yet some of Viktor Yanukovych’s critics will not sleep calmly once they read the commentaries that have been printed in the West regarding this event. “Don’t they understand anything?” they will ask, irritated. Yanukovych’s administration […]

April 8, 2013 - Paweł Kowal

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