ATO Gains in the Donbas

Special Issue of the Journal of DemocracyThe Maidan and Beyond. Essays by Lilia Shevtsova, Anders Aslund, Lucan Way, Serhiy Kudelia, Nadia Diuk, Olga Onuch, Sergii Leshchenko, Anton Shekhovtsov, and Andreas Umland

William Risch, blog: DNR Leadership in Flight?

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Serhiy Kudelia, PONARS Eurasia: What Expanded Presidential Powers Does Poroshenko Want?

Marta Dyczok, Public Radio Ukraine: DreamLand in Kyiv

Adrian Karatnycky, Wall Street Journal: Putin’s Ukraine Assault: In a Shambles but Far From Over

Alexander Motyl:

David Marples, Open Democracy: Long live the Donetsk People’s Republic!

Steven Pifer, Brookings Blog: Kyiv’s Atrocities? A More Nuanced Look at the Ukraine Crisis

Irene Chalupa, Human Rights in Ukraine: On the Search for the Disappeared in Eastern Ukraine

Halya Coynash, Human Rights in Ukraine: Silence over Repression of Crimean Tatar Leader

Isis Wisdom, Voices of Ukraine: Ukrainian Jewish Leader Josef Zissels in Toronto: The Truth About Ukraine

Anders Aslund, blog: How to Amend the Ukrainian Constitution

Paul Goble, blog:

Ukraine back on Western path

Alexander Motyl:

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William Risch, blog:

Timothy Snyder & Tatiana Zhurzhenko, Eurozine: Diaries and memoirs of the Maidan

Marta Dyczok:

Taras Kuzio, Kyiv Post: 20 questions for Poroshenko, parliament and government

David E. Fishman, The Forward: Kiev Is Full of Hope — Yes, Even for Jews

Maciej Bartkowski, Kyiv Post: Wake up, Ukrainians, and reconsider your struggle

Andreas Umland, blog: The Duplicity of German Pacifist Comments on the “Ukrainian Crisis”

Sean Guillory, blog: Ukraine’s refugees: how many?

Anders Aslund, quoted in Marketplace: Ukraine signs historic deal with the EU

Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe: Some European Leaders Just Don’t Get It About Ukraine

John E. Herbst, Atlantic Council: Call it Terrorism: The Unacknowledged Tactic of the Russian-Led Insurgency in Ukraine’s East

Paul Goble, blog:

Halya Coynash, Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group:

Inching toward Europe

Marusya Bociurkiw, Rabble: Meet the new Ukraine: Feminist and LGBT activists building civil society

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William Risch, Moscow Times: Fear and Loathing Rule Eastern Ukraine

Marta Dyczok, Public Radio Ukraine: Past Reaching into the Present

Alexander Motyl, blog: How Putin lost Ukraine

Oleksansdr Pankieiev, blog: Euromaidan – Revolution of Selfless, Generous, and Fearless Ordinary People

Lucan Way, The Walrus: Putin’s Move – the collapse of Ukraine’s Faustian bargain

Sean Guillory, blog: Ukraine’s refugees

Olexiy Haran, quoted in Al Jazeera: Ukraine’s oligarchs remain influential as ever

Vera Miranova & Maria Snegovaya, New Republic: Putin Is Behaving in Ukraine Like Milosevic Did in Serbia

Julia Ioffe, New Republic: My Mind-Melting Week on the Battlefields of Ukraine

Carl Schreck, RFE/RL: New Ukraine Foreign Minister Seen Bringing Sober Style To Kyiv Diplomacy

James Kirchick, The Daily Beast: Meet the Anti-Semites, Truthers, and Alaska Pol at D.C.’s Pro-Putin Soiree

Halya Coynash, Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group:

Paul Goble, blog:

Fight for Eastern Ukraine intensifies

Alexander Motyl, blog: The end of the Donbas?

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Marta Dyczok:

Taras Kuzio, Open Democracy: Ukraine’s blackmail system

Mychailo Wynnyckyj, blog:

David Marples, blog: “King Coal” and the future of the Ukrainian Donbas

Anders Aslund, blog: Ukraine should insist on a viable gas agreement with Russia

Olexiy Haran, quoted in LA Times: 49 die as pro-Russia rebels down Ukraine army plane

Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe: Completing Ukraine’s revolution

Steven Beller & Ian Reifowitz, History News Network: The bright spot in the Ukraine crisis that nobody’s noticed

Dmitry Volchek, RFE/RL: “Luhansk will never be the same again” In Kyiv, a blogger reflects on his native city

Peter Pomerantsev, The Atlantic: Can Ukraine win its information war with Russia? 

Halya Coynash, Kharkiv Human Rights Group:

Paul Goble, blog:

 

What’s next for Ukraine?

Marta Dyczok, Hromadske Radio: Ukraine-Canada, a new phase

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William Risch, Georgia College Radio: Georgia College Professor Sees Ukrainian Crisis Firsthand

Serhiy Kudelia, Washington Post: Ukraine’s 2014 presidential election result is unlikely to be repeated

Alexander Motyl, blog: Enough false rhetoric from Putin

Olexiy Haran, NPR: Ukraine’s new president vows not to give up Crimea

Chrystia Freeland, Politico: Ukraine’s search for an honest thief

Marcela Escobari, Boston Globe: Ukraine’s real problem, in four graphs 

Damian Kolodiy, Huffington Post: Crises in Ukraine, the long view

Various sources, Voices of Ukraine: Donbas has always been Ukraine: the Holodomor and Russification legacies

Piotr H. Kosicki & Oksana Nesterenko, The New Republic: Eastern Ukraine has been a mafia state for years. Can Kiev break the cycle of violence? 

Sean Guillory, blog: Israelis in the Donetsk People’s Republic?

Robert Coalson, RFE/RL: Berlin, Moscow, and war guilt: why Germany accommodates Russia

Halya Coynash, Human Rights in Ukraine:

Paul Goble, blog:

Petro Poroshenko wins presidency

Please help distribute to media:Statement of concerned scholars on the current predicament of the Crimean Tatars

Marta Dyczok:

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Serhy Yekelchyk, OUP blog: History strikes back – Ukraine’s past and the current crisis

Nadiya Kravets, interview with RIA Novosti: Ukraine’s next president to face overwhelming task of comprehensive reform

Alexander Motyl, blog: Ukraine’s election exposes Putin’s lies

Volodymyr Kravchenko, CURF: Experts on Ukraine – All hands on deck! (Response to V. Goldstein “Why everything you’ve read about Ukraine is wrong”)

Bohdan Nahaylo, CURF: Ukraine’s presidential election hopes and blues

Halya Coynash, Human Rights in Ukraine:

Paul Roderick Gregory, Forbes: Poroshenko elected Ukraine president; Putin dodges promise to “respect” results

Nadia Diuk, US News & World Report: Ukraine is ready for a Poroshenko presidency

Taras Kuzio, Financial Times blog: Ukraine is moving overwhelmingly for Europe

Timothy Snyder:

Julia Ioffe, New Republic: Putin stirred up Donetsk, now he’s leaving its people high and dry

Paul Goble, blog: