Russia and Ukraine Ten Years after the Downfall of the Communist Regime

Russia and Ukraine Ten Years after the Downfall of the Communist Regime




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Simon G. Russia and Ukraine Ten Years after the Downfall of the Communist Regime . – Polis. Political Studies. 2000. No. 6. P. 122. (In Russ.)



Abstract
Analyzing the ways of the two independent states’ evolution since the break-up of the USSR in 1991, the author comes to the conclusion that there are much more similarities than distinctions in the political, social and economic processes going on in both countries. It is, however, in a mutually differing way that each of the two countries looks upon its own role in international politics. Which makes unlikely the restoration of common statehood.

Content No. 6, 2000

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