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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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During the last 30-40 years, the concept of the public intellectual has become the subject of a heated debate in Western Europe and North America. Revived...

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Double-headed Eurasia

Andreas Umland ・ February 2015

Relying primarily on the doctrines of the mostly Western European inter- and post-war intellectual right-wing extremism, including the German “conservative...

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Metaphors of Betrayal

Mykola Riabchuk ・ December 2014

With Russia breathing down its neck, the last thing Kyiv needs is for Paris and Berlin and Washington to create a new axis of complacency that uses the...

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How I Became a Czech and a Slovak

Mykola Riabchuk ・ December 2014

The broadly trumpeted Czechoslovakian "normalization" of the 1970s had its ideological counterpart in Ukraine in another crackdown on "Ukrainian bourgeois...

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The university administration openly demonstrates traditional racism both through the statements of the administration and professors, and through consistent...

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I did not meet Ivan in person until 1977, but I was very aware of him from 1970. Two people directed me to his writings. One was the friend of my youth, also a...

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The Soldier in the Bell Tower

Ostap Slyvynsky ・ November 2014

In August 1914, when rumours began circulating in L'viv that Russian forces were approaching and people had to pack up and leave, my great uncle thought about...

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Wedding Cabbage

Vasyl Makhno ・ September 2014

Three trains — Prague-Moscow, Budapest-Moscow, and Belgrade-Moscow — brought the smell of the abroad to the Ternopil station. Usually these trains had several...

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Here everyone knows about rampant plagiarism, even in the books and dissertations of very high-ranking government officials, but whose career did it ruin, or...

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