5069>by Ustina Markus Ukraine resolved some long-standing issues in 1997, most notably the signing of the Treaty on Friendship and Cooperation with Russia. In other areas, however, the country made little progress. Political deadlock between president and parliament continued to be characteristic of the political system, while the problem of corruption rose to such a […]

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