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About Serhiy Kudelia

Serhiy Kudelia is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, Texas. He regularly writes and comments on Ukrainian politics.

 

Articles by Serhiy Kudelia

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Ways to end the conflict in Ukraine’s Donbas: an interview with Serhiy Kudelia

The conflict in eastern Ukraine is at a stalemate. How do we break through it?

What does the murder of Pavel Sheremet say about contemporary Ukraine?

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Two years after EuroMaidan, Ukraine's culture of impunity remains a deadly threat to freedom of expression.

 

Book review: Richard Sakwa, 'Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands'

Cover - Richard Sakwa - Frontline in Ukraine- I B Taurus.jpgRichard Sakwa’s Frontline Ukraine is both a searing critique of Western policies after the Cold War and a thorough revision of cheerful and monochrome accounts of Ukraine’s latest revolution.  

 

Book review: Andrew Wilson, ‘Ukraine Crisis'

Cover Wilson Ukraine Crisis.jpgFor Wilson, two men – Vladimir Putin and Viktor Yanukovych – bear the main brunt of responsibility for Ukraine’s crisis.

 

How much power does President Poroshenko want?

President Poroshenko has asked for increased presidential powers, which are the opposite of what the Euromaidan protests were about.

 

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