Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity


Ukraine looks to be in trouble again. I haven’t been keeping up with events over there so much over there since covering the revolution back in November (see “Ukraine” in the left-hand sidebar), but after allegations of even more widespread corruption than under his supposedly vile predecessor, Orange Revolution victor Viktor Yuschenko has just sacked his government. Not good. Neeka’s not sure what to make of it yet, but she’ll be worth checking for updates from Kiev. Scott at Foreign Notes has more, including some good analysis, and will also be worth checking back for details – he’s reporting that plans are afoot to form a new government almost immediately. Also worth checking: Blog de Connard, Orange Ukraine, Abdymok (which also has a translation of Yuschenko’s address to the nation), Leopolis and Notes from Kiev.

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