2 April 2002 The Kuchma presidency–and the strength of support for him in these elections–has marginalized Ukraine. Central and Eastern Europe’s year of elections has gotten off to a terrible start, with the ghosts of the post-war expulsion of Germans and Hungarians from Czechoslovakia raising hackles across Central Europe, the resurrection of the former Slovak […]

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