Project: Russia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine Forum05 April 2016
John LoughAssociate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme
The key question is whether Ukrainians themselves can overcome the chief impediment to reform – the capture of the state by a narrow class of wealthy business people and their associates, write John Lough and Iryna Solonenko.
Young Ukrainians throw snowballs at each other near the Motherland Monument at the Great Patriotic War Memorial Complex in Kyiv, Ukraine on 17 January 2016. Photo: Getty Images.
Author: Iryna Solonenko, Researcher, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder SummaryUkrainians showed impressive resilience in 2014 …read more
Source: Chatham House