January 11, 2014

The Ukraine You're Not Hearing About

Volodymyr Ishchenko, Eurozine

The Associated Press

Leading academics signed an open letter supporting the Euromaidan protests and European values at the turn of 2014. One might have expected a more critical and nuanced position of them, writes Volodymyr Ishchenko. For they ignore the role of the far right in the Ukrainian public sphere at their peril.

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TAGGED: European Union, Europe, Ukraine


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