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Ukraine after Euromaidan: Increased Pluralism amid Patronal Politics : [book chapter]

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dc.contributor.author Sydorchuk, Oleksii
dc.contributor.author Haran, Oleksii
dc.date.accessioned 2019-05-18T09:50:07Z
dc.date.available 2019-05-18T09:50:07Z
dc.date.issued 2018
dc.identifier.citation Sydorchuk O. Ukraine after Euromaidan: Increased Pluralism amid Patronal Politics / [Oleksii Sydorchuk, Olexiy Haran] // Illiberal and Authoritarian Tendencies in Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe / ed. M. Solska [et al.]. - Bern : Peter Lang, 2018. - Part 12. - P. 253-273. en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://ekmair.ukma.edu.ua/handle/123456789/15637
dc.description.abstract Ukraine’s development after the turbulent events of Euromaidan and the ensuing Russian aggression saw increased space for political competition and social activism against the backdrop of continued patronage politics. Reinvigorated civil society mirrored the consolidation of Ukrainian society around the need to resist the foreign threat and implement sweeping reforms, while the disintegration of authoritarian vertical government and the collapse of the party system paved the way for the dissipation of power and the intensification of political struggle. Yet, high-level politics remained dominated by informal networks and patron-client relations, which trumped formal rules, undermined reform progress, and constrained post-2014 liberal gains. Struggles between representatives of vested interests and reformist forces will, to a great degree, determine Ukraine’s ability to resist implantation of Russian authoritarian model and safeguard its democratic achievements. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject civil society en_US
dc.subject Euromaidan en_US
dc.subject informal networks en_US
dc.subject patronal politics en_US
dc.subject political institutions en_US
dc.subject reforms en_US
dc.subject Russian aggression en_US
dc.subject book chapter en_US
dc.title Ukraine after Euromaidan: Increased Pluralism amid Patronal Politics : [book chapter] en_US
dc.type Book chapter en_US
dc.status published earlier en_US
dc.relation.source Illiberal and Authoritarian Tendencies in Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe en_US


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