Taras Kuzio - Introduction: Re-evaluating democratic revolutions, nationalism and organized crime in Ukraine from a comparative perspective.
Irina Khmelko and Yevgen Pereguda - An Anatomy of Mass Protests: The Orange Revolution and Euromaydan Compared.
Taras Kuzio - Crime, politics and business in 1990s Ukraine.
Alina Polyakova - From the provinces to the parliament: How the Ukrainian radical right mobilized in Galicia
Taras Kuzio, ‘Introduction, The Ukrainian immobile state two decades after the disintegration of the USSR’
Serhiy Kudelia, ‘The sources of continuity and change of Ukraine’s incomplete state’
Taras Kuzio, ‘Twenty years as an independent state: Ukraine’s ten logical Inconsistencies’
Mykola Ryabchuk: ‘Ukraine’s ‘muddling through’: National identity and post communist Transition’
Paul D’Anieri, ‘Ukrainian foreign policy from independence to inertia’
Paul D’Anieri, ‘Conclusion: Nowhere nation or better life? Ukraine’s past and future’
Taras Kuzio, 'A multi-vectored scholar for a multi-vectored era: Paul Robert Magocsi', pp.95-104.
Alexander J. Motyl, 'The paradoxes of Paul Robert Magocsi: the case for Rusyns and the logical necessity of Ukrainians', pp.105 – 109.
George G. Grabowicz “The Magocsi Problem” (Problema Magochoho): a preliminary deconstruction and contextualization', pp.111 – 116.
Serhii Plokhy, 'Between history and nation: Paul Robert Magocsi and the rewriting of Ukrainian history', pp.117 – 124.
Dominique Arel, 'The scholar, historian, and public advocate: the contributions of Paul Robert Magocsi to our understanding of Ukraine and Central Europe', pp.125 – 127.
Paul Robert Magocsi, 'Concluding observations on the symposium', pp.129 – 134.
Paul D'Anieri, 'Introduction', East European Politics & Societies, vol.25, no.1 (February 2011), p.3.
Timothy J. Colton, 'An Aligning Election and the Ukrainian Political Community', East European Politics & Societies, vol.25, no.1 (February 2011), pp. 25: 4-27.
Paul D'Anieri, 'Structural Constraints in Ukrainian Politics', East European Politics & Societies, vo.25, no.1 (February 2011), pp.28-46.
Erik S. Herron, 'How Viktor Yanukovych Won: Reassessing the Dominant Narratives of Ukraine’s 2010 Presidential Election', East European Politics & Societies, vo.25, no.1 (February 2011), pp.47-67.
Alexandra Hrycak, 'The “Orange Princess” Runs for President: Gender and the Outcomes of the 2010 Presidential Election', East European Politics & Societies, vol.25, no.1 (February 2011), pp.68-87.
Taras Kuzio, 'Political Culture and Democracy: Ukraine as an Immobile State', East European Politics & Societies, vol.25, no.1 (February 2011), pp.88-113.
8 Articles: Bulgaria, Croatia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine.