The Ukrainian public’s political impotence shows that even the most crucial of crises won’t bring the people to protest by Yana Soldatenko KHARKIV, Ukraine–More than anything, the recent political crises engulfing Ukraine–the tape scandal implicating President Leonid Kuchma in the disappearance of an opposition journalist, the firing of reformer and Deputy Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, […]

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