There was widespread speculation upon the breakup of the Soviet Union that Ukraine, with its advanced military industries, would emerge as a major arms merchant. That has not been the case, even though the government is investing in some industries in the hope that they will bring in revenues for the country by USTINA MARKUS […]

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