Serhiy Kudelia is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, Texas. He regularly writes and comments on Ukrainian politics.
Published in: oDR: AnalysisHow NATO can ease Ukraine’s path to neutrality
To reach a peace deal with Russia, Ukraine may have to give up its aim to join NATO. But it can only do that with...
Published in: oDR: AnalysisUkraine’s occupied towns are facing a tough choice: collaborate or resist?
Local mayors have shown defiance so far. But the longer the war drags on, the narrower their options become
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?
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'
Richard Sakwa’s Frontline Ukraine is both a searing critique of Western policies after the Cold War and a thorough...
Book review: Andrew Wilson, ‘Ukraine Crisis'
For Wilson, two men – Vladimir Putin and Viktor Yanukovych – bear the main brunt of responsibility for Ukraine’s crisis.