A year before presidential elections, the nature of the campaign is already clear: political warfare with plenty of guns on show. KIEV, Ukraine–Storms are often preceded by a calm that makes the fury of the storm all the clearer. So it is in Ukrainian politics. The favorite for next year’s presidential elections, Viktor Yushchenko, had […]
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