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NUANCE OF CORRUPTION AND REFORM IN UKRAINE
« on: 12:28 29-May-2019 »
All too often commentators pen generalisations about the problem of corruption in Ukraine, for example, a  Foreign Policy article published in September of 2017 declared "Four years after the Maidan revolution erupted, the country is hardly any close to solving its corruption problems" and it is sentences like this that present a distorted view of the problem of corruption in Ukraine to audiences and decision makers.

This report does not aim to whitewash the problem of corruption, but to objectively explain and maybe quantify the issue, as well as to provide detail of the numerous anti-corruption initiatives and reforms that have taken place in the 5 years since Ukrainians took to the streets in what was initially called the EuroMaidan protests but is now more widely known as The Revolution of Dignity.

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NUANCE OF CORRUPTION AND REFORM IN UKRAINE by Paul Niland
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