Leonid Kuchma won the presidency with a pro-Russian platform. But to rescue and reform the economy, he might have to look to the West by MONIKA JUNG TWO RADICALLY DIFFERENT visions of Ukraine’s geopolitical position vied for superiority in the country’s second presidential race. For the incumbent Leonid Kravchuk, Ukraine was part of Europe; he […]

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