• Yaroslav Hrytsak 11 March 2024
    Post-Soviet Ukraine has been considered a classic case of a “cleft country” torn between the agrarian Ukrainian-speaking West and the industrial Russian-speaking East. The Russian-Ukrainian war has revealed that despite strong regional divisions, Ukraine proved to be a very resilient political community, which led to the emergence of “the third Ukraine.” It is a Ukraine of neither the West nor the East, but of the Center, meant both in regional and political terms, as highlighted by Professor Yaroslav Hrytsak (Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv).
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