Andrew Wilson’s recent book on Ukraine dispels widely-held myths while scrupulously describing the country’s development by Steven Erlanger The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation by Andrew Wilson; New Haven; Yale University Press, 2000; 366 pp. Of all the weak, corrupt, semi-independent semi-states that emerged, willingly or not, from the collapse of the Soviet Union, Ukraine is both […]

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