Ukraine ? From Orange Revolution to Failed State?

Ukraine is bouncing from one crisis to another emergency. In a speech he gave in Washington, Andrew Wilson discussed the possibility of Ukraine becoming a failed state.

 

ECFR Senior Policy Fellow, Andrew Wilson, gave a speech on the Ukrainian
political crisis in Washington DC in May 2009, on the possibility of Ukraine
becoming a failed state, only 5 years after its Orange Revolution in 2004.

Click here for the full text of the speech.

 

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