Victor Yushchenko Presidency 2005-2010

Yushchenko Presidency

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‘Us and them. The old Soviet-Era habit of dismissing all foreign criticism is still in evidence’, Business Ukraine, 2 June 2008.
Counterpoint to the counterfactual: another view of Yushchenko¹s legacy, Kyiv Post, 12 December 2007.
‘Ukraine facing political crisis’, Jane’s Intelligence Digest, 12 July 2006.
‘Revived Orange Coalition Needs to Reinvigorate Ukraine’s Reforms’, Ukrainian Observer, July 2006.
‘How to understand Yushchenko’, Kyiv Post, 15 June 2006.
‘Signale der Europaisierung’, Der Standard (Vienna), 26 June 2006.
‘Ukraine’s Free Elections & Kamikaze President’, Ukrainian Observer, April 2006.
‘Ukraine’s future in the balance’, Jane’s Intelligence Digest, 10 March 2006.
‘A destabilising influence on Ukraine’, Jane’s Foreign Report, 9 February 2006.
‘Ukraine’s Prospects in 2006’, Jane’s Intelligence Digest, 13 January 2006.
‘Yushchenko’s Referendum Threats Ring Hollow’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.3, no.17 (25 January 2006).
‘Bandits to Prison’: Old Guard Use Gas to Take Revenge in Ukraine Elections’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.3, no.13 (19 January 2006).
‘As Russia is Downgraded to ‘Unfree’ is it Unfit to Head the G-8?’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.3, no.2 (4 January 2006).
(with Jennifer Moroney) ‘The Challenge of Ukraine’s European Integration’, United Press International,, 12 December 2005.
‘Security Guard Melnychenko Returns to Ukraine’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.227 (7 December 2005).
‘September Crisis Over, But Strategic Problems Remain for Yushchenko’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.192 (17 October 2005).
‘Ukraine’s latest political crisis’, Jane’s Intelligence Digest, 23 September 2005.
‘UKRAINE: Government in crisis’, Oxford Analytica, 12 September 2005.
‘Ukrainian Parliamentary Speaker to be Progressively Marginalized’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.151 (3 August 2005).
‘New Ukrainian Leadership Embraces Soviet-Style Conspiracy Theories’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.145 (27 July 2005).
‘Resolution of Gongadze Murder Blocked’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.140 (20 July 2005).
‘Gongadze murder: a cover up?’, Jane’s Intelligence Digest, 6 July 2005.
(with Jennifer Moroney), ‘How to help Yushchenko’, International Herald and Tribune, 6 May 2006.
‘UKRAINE: Kolesnykov case presages further prosecutions’, Oxford Analytica, 20 April 2005.
‘Russia Becomes Haven for Those Fleeing Ukrainian Justice’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vo.2, no.74 (15 April 2005).
‘Will Melnychenko Tapes Be Used as Evidence in Gongadze Prosecution?’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.49 (11 March 2005).
‘Yushchenko Creates New Party of Power’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.47 (9 March 2005).
‘Closing the Books on the Gongadze Case’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.42 (2 March 2005).
‘Movement Toward Unification of Pro-Yushchenko Camp Stalls’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vo.2, no.33 (16 February 2005).
‘Profound Generation Shift Follows Ukraine’s Orange Revolution’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.28 (9 February 2005).
‘The Rise and Fall of Ukraine’s Social Democratic Party’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.25 (4 February 2005).
‘PORA! Takes Two Different Paths’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol.2, no.23 (2 February 2005).
Yulia Tymoshenko to Become Ukrainian Prime Minister’, Jamestown Foundation, Eurasian Daily Monitor, vol. 2, no.18 (January 26, 2004).
‘UKRAINE: Weak opposition gives Yushchenko a free hand’, Oxford Analytica, 25 January 2005.


Political Crisis 2007