The Process and Aftermath of Revolution: An Eyewitness Account of Ukraine’s Euromaidan Protests
At least 82 dead, hundreds wounded, and the center of recently flourishing Kiev ravaged and burned. These are results of a three-month period of unrest in Ukraine. The protests started as peaceful, right after the governmental decision to halt negotiations on the signing of the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA). That decision came just a week before the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius (29 November, 2013).
Authors: Olga Chaiko
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