Lilia Shevtsova

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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Senior Associate at Carnegie's Moscow Center and author of Putin's Russia

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Geographically, Ukraine is midway between the liberal democracies of the European Union and the authoritarian oligarchies of the former Soviet Union.

Ukraine: the Man in the Middle

Geographically, Ukraine is midway between the liberal democracies of the European Union and the authoritarian oligarchies of the former Soviet Union.

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