Ukraine: Unfinished Business

What might have been a straightforward election campaign to consolidate the results of Ukraine’s Orange Revolution has turned sour. It was gas that made the difference, the Russian decision to demand a new price for its exports and to turn off the tap in the meantime. Can the country’s political energy be channelled back into building a better country?

The World Today Published 1 March 2006 Updated 15 October 2020 5 minute READ

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