We invite authors to contribute to this exciting new series at Krytyka, Ukraine’s leading intellectual journal celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017. The...

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Britain (with a small group of allies) won two important battles in the negotiations on the Maastricht Treaty. First, it saw off countries like Belgium and the...

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The political parties that were destroyed by the flames of the Euromaidan will not soon spring back to life and begin to compete with the oligarchic groups. The...

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A Molotov Cocktail of One's Own

Tamara Zlobina ・ July 2014

Ukrainian collective consciousness employed all available resources, archetypes, and models to convince the “consciousness of the 1970s” that rising up made...

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When do politicians become pariahs?

Critical Solutions
June 2014

Panel Three: When do politicians become pariahs? Friday, May 17, 2014 (Diplomatic Academy, Kyiv)

Participants: Daniel Markovits, chair, Wolf Biermann, Cathrin Kahlweit, Mykhailo Minakov, Jurko Prochasko, Karl Schlögel, Karel Schwarzenberg

Language: English

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The Elixir of Effective Democracy

Serhiy Kudelia ・ August 2011

According to Fukuyama’s classification, in the last twenty years the Ukrainian state has fluctuated between unsuccessful oligarchy and weak absolutism. The first...

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Democracy and the Right to Otherness

Alisa Novichkova ・ July 2014

Striving toward equality, the enactment of resolutions through the institutionalization of choice and the delegation of authority, recognizing the necessity of a...

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When Ukraine made its fateful choice in 1991, it defined itself as the legitimate successor of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, not the Ukrainian People'...

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Despite the fact that some radical politicians and publicists – Natalia Vitrenko, or Dmytro Korchynskyi, and most recently Oleh Tiahnybok above all – have always...

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