Posts Tagged ‘Victor Yuschenko’

  1. Born in the country, not far from the ruined capital


    March 18, 2015 by AK

    Last week, The Interpreter ran a story by Paul Goble that emphasized the importance of the urban-rural divide for understanding today’s Ukraine. The story was largely based on an interview with Sergey Koshman, a coordinator of We Are Europeans, a Ukrainan civil movement, published in Novoye Vremya. Having survived the collectivization and famine of the early 1930s and the …
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