Today’s post-Soviet Europe is a region characterized by unpredictable, fragile, and disruptive development. Expectations of democracy and well-being in independent Ukraine, Georgia, Russia, and Belarus have not been realized in the twenty-six years since the dissolution of the USSR. On the contrary, these states have been subjected to extended periods of poverty, authoritarian experiments, and armed conflicts.
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- Anniversary of the Budapest Memorandum: how Ukraine lost nuclear weapons 5 December, 2017 - 11:19 (EEST)