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Cycles of Revolution in Ukraine

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The post-Soviet Ukraine has gone through two full revolutionary cycles (1991-2004, 2005- 2014). Contemporary revolutionary processes are connected with the ideas and practices of 1917 and with the specific political system that Ukraine developed in mid-1990s.

In this lecture, Prof. Minakov will provide his answers on what revolution is, how 1991 Soviet bourgeois revolutions were connected to the Revolution of 1917, how post-Soviet Ukraine’s political system demands revolutionary situations, and how they lead to attempts of establishing authoritarianism?

This talk is part of the Slavonic Studies series.

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