A man prepares to vote in elections in Kyiv in 2015. Photo by Sandro Weltin for the Council of Europe. CC BY-ND 2.0.
Since the victory of the so-called “Revolution of Dignity” in 2014, Ukraine has been going through an exceptionally complicated transition process. The post-Soviet country has been trying to execute parallel fundamental reforms in a variety of fields, under conditions of Russia’s simultaneous occupation of Crimea and hybrid though bloody war on Ukraine’s eastern border. More or less deep transformations have started to be implemented—with mixed success—in the armed forces, public administration, local self-government, economic relations, higher education, law …read more
Source: Harvard International Review