Survey and interview evidence from the past year indicate that the Ukraine protests were broad-based and had a long-term civic impact.
By Olga Onuch
Sophisticated fraud detection methods show that while there may have been isolated incidents of fraud, it was unlikely to have affected the outcome.
By Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Dmytro Goriunov and Tymofiy Mylovanov
In a watershed election, Ukraine elects a solidly pro-Western parliament for the first time.
By Oxana Shevel
Although a powerful “rally ‘round the flag” effect has boosted Putin’s ratings, support among Russians for a war with Ukraine is lower than you think.
By Thomas Sherlock
Samuel Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” thesis is no more relevant in the modern context of Ukraine and ISIS than it was previously.
By Mark Lawrence Schrad
Many U.S. commenters ridicule the idea that the Ukraine rebels' breakaway region of "Novorossiya" could become a real political entity. But the history of other breakaway regions in the former USSR and Eastern Europe suggests that it will stick around for many decades.
By Charles King
Looking underneath the hood of Vladimir Putin’s popularity machine and asking how long it will last
By Sam Greene and Graeme Robertson
A new blog dedicated to reform in Ukraine. We interview one of its founders, Tymofiy Mylovanov.
In the coming weeks, Ukrainians face a difficult task with early parliamentary elections.
By Erik Herron and Nazar Boyko
Majority Ukrainian, as it turns out...
By Ralph S. Clem