Ukraine’s Orange Revolution: The Opposition’s Road to Success

Issue Date April 2005
Volume 16
Issue 2
Page Numbers 117-30
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Ukraine’s opposition had been trying to oust President Leonid Kuchma’s semi-authoritarian regime since its alleged involvement in the murder of journalist Georgi Gongadze in 2000. What brought success in 2004?

About the Author

Taras Kuzio, visiting professor at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, has previously held fellowships at the University of Toronto and the University of Birmingham. He has published numerous books and articles on post-Soviet and Ukrainian politics, postcommunist democratization, and elections (see for a list of his publications).

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