Organized crime and an entrenched nomenklatura network persist in obstructing the path to privatization and reform in Ukraine by HEIKO PLEINES ORGANIZED CRIME IN THE FORMER Soviet republics is generally treated as a consequence of the post-communist transition to a market economy. But although mafias in Ukraine have expanded their activities in recent years, the […]

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