Revolution in progress? Continuity and change in Ukrainian politics. / Szostek, Joanna.

In: East European Politics and Societies, 12.09.2017.

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Szostek J. Revolution in progress? Continuity and change in Ukrainian politics. East European Politics and Societies. 2017 Sep 12.

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title = "Revolution in progress? Continuity and change in Ukrainian politics",
abstract = "No abstract. From the introduction:{"}This {\textquoteleft}virtual{\textquoteright} special issue of East European Politics & Societies and Cultures is an opportunity to reflect on recent developments in Ukrainian politics in the context of existing scholarship. Ten articles have been selected for the special issue from previous volumes of EEPS, grouped around two broad themes: (1) understandings of the Ukrainian nation, and (2) institutions of the Ukrainian political system. This introductory essay discusses how the selected articles contribute to our understanding of Ukrainian politics and society. Each article in the {\textquoteleft}virtual{\textquoteright} collection serves as a reference point against which change and continuity since the {\textquoteleft}revolution of dignity{\textquoteright} can be assessed.{"}",
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