Economically, Ukraine made significant progress. But scandals and political turmoil raised questions about its democratic progress, while in international affairs Kiev changed direction, veering toward Moscow rather than Europe by Oleg Varfolomeyev In 2001, Ukraine attracted unprecedented international attention–but for the wrong reasons. Anger at home and concern internationally reached a crescendo in April, and […]

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