From 1991 to 1994, regional independence movements in Ukraine threatened to mark the end of a young nation struggling to become self-sufficient. While the country is no longer at risk of collapse, regionalism does greatly affect central policy-making, hindering efforts at political and economic reform.1 Dominique Arel, “Ukraine: The Temptation of the Nationalizing State,” in […]

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