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About Andrew Wilson
Andrew Wilson is a Reader at University College London. He is the author of The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation (Yale, 2009). His latest book, Belarus – The Last European Dictatorship was published in October
Articles by Andrew Wilson
This week's editors
Cat Tully and Allie Bobak introduce this week's theme: Participation and foresight – putting people at the heart of the future
No to TTIP
Haunted by memories of chaos, a weakly governed Russia is resisting the opportunity for reform presented by today's global economic crisis, reports Andrew Wilson.
A mix of inherited constraints and acquired space for action will define Dmitry Medvedev's performance as Russia's president, says Andrew Wilson.
The post-Soviet states still practice forms of political manipulation that are more radical, more pervasive and more corrosive of real democracy than anything attempted by spin-doctors or K-Street consultants in the West, says Andrew Wilson.
A fresh compromise may salve the major political faultlines in the troubled Ukrainian polity. But the depth of the countrys institutional, regional, and personal divisions make repair far harder, says Andrew Wilson.