Democratic Revolutions & Post-Communist States

  • Aslund, Anders, and McFaul, Michael, eds., Revolution in Orange. The Origins of Ukraine’s Democratic Breakthrough (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006).
  • Aslund, Anders, ‘The Ancien Regime: Kuchma and the Oligarchs’ in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.9-28.
  • Binnendijk, Anika L., and Marovic, Ivan, ‘Power and persuasion: Nonviolent strategies to influence state security forces in Serbia (2000) and Ukraine (2004)’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp.411-429.
  • Bunce, Valerie J., and Wolchik, Sharon L., ‘International diffusion and postcommunist electoral revolutions’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp.283-304.
  • D’Anieri, Paul, ‘The last hurrah: The 2004 Ukrainian presidential elections and the limits of machine politics’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.38, no.2 (June 2005), pp.231-249.
  • D’Anieri, P., ‘Explaining the Success and Failure of Post-Communist Revolutions,’ Communist and Post-Communist Studies vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp. 331-350.
  • Demes, Pavol, and Forbrig, Joerg, ‘Pora-“Its Time” for Democracy in Ukraine’, in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.85-102.
  • Diuk, Nadia, ‘The Triumph of Civil Society’, in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.69-84.
  • Filipova, Olga, ‘Anti-Orange Discourses in Ukraine’s Internet: before the Orange Split’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.23, no.1 (March 2007), pp.59-72.
  • Hale, Henry, ‘Regime Cycles. Democracy, Autocracy, and Revolution in Post-Soviet Eurasia’, World Politics, vol.58, no. (October 2005), pp.133-165.
  • Hale, Henry, ‘Democracy or autocracy on the march? The colored revolutions as normal dynamics of patronal presidentialism,’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp.305-329.
  • Herd, Graeme P., ‘Colorful Revolutions and the CIS. “Manufactured” Versus “Managed” Democracy’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.52, no.2 (March-April 2005), pp.3-18.
  • Hrycak, Alexandra, ‘Gender and the Orange Revolution’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.23, no.1 (March 2007), pp.111-138.
  • Karatnycky, Adrian, ‘The Fall and Rise of Ukraine’s Political Opposition: From Kuchmagate to the Orange Revolution’, in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.29-44.
  • Klid, Bohdan, ‘Rock, Pop and Politics in Ukraine’s 2004 Presidential Campaign’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.23, no.1 (March 2007), pp.139-158.
  • Krushelnycky, Askold, An Orange Revolution. A Personal Journey Through Ukrainian History (London: Harvill Secker, 2006).
  • Kudelia, Serhiy, ‘Revolutionary Bargain: The Unmaking of Ukraine’s Autocracy Through Pacting’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.23, no.1 (March 2007), pp.159-182.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Oligarchs, Tapes and Oranges: Kuchmagate to the Orange Revolution’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.23, no.1 (March 2007), pp.5-31.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Orange Revolution at a Crossroads’, Demokratizatsiya, vol.14, no.4 (Fall 2006), pp.477–492.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine is not Russia: Ukrainian and Russian Youth Compared’, SAIS Review, vol.XXVI, no.2 (Summer-Fall 2006), pp. 67-83.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Civil Society, Youth and Societal Mobilization in Democratic Revolutions’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp.365-386.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Everyday Ukrainians and the Orange Revolution’ in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.45-68.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Kuchma to Yushchenko: Ukraine’s 2004 Elections and “Orange Revolution’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.52, no.2 (March-April 2005), pp.29-44.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine’s Orange Revolution. The Opposition’s Road to Success’, Journal of Democracy, vol.16, no.2 (April 2005), pp.117-130.
  • Kyj, Myroslaw, J., ‘Internet use in Ukraine’s Orange Revolution’, Business Horizons, no.1 (January-February) 2006, pp.71-80.
  • McFaul, Michael, ‘Transitions From Postcommunism’, Journal of Democracy, vol.16, no.3 (July 2005), 5-19.
  • Petrov, Nikolai, and Ryabov, Andrei, ‘Russia’s Role in the Orange Revolution’, in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.145-164.
  • Prytula, Olena, ‘The Ukrainian Media Rebellion’, in Anders Aslund and Michael McFaul eds., Revolution in Orange (Washington DC; Carnegie Endowment, 2006), pp.103-124.
  • Topalova, Viktoriya, ‘In Search of Heroes: Cultural Politics and Political Mobilization of Youths in Contemporary Russia and Ukraine’, Demokratizatsiya, vol.14, no.1 (Winter 2006), pp.23-41.
  • Way, Lucan A., and Levitsky, Steven, ‘The dynamics of autocratic coercion after the Cold War’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp.387-410.
  • Wilson, Andrew, Ukraine’s Orange Revolution (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press).