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How the social drivers of EuroMaidan differ from the Orange Revolution

Mark Rachkevych Author: Mark Rachkevych All articles by this author

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Dec. 06, 2013 15:35
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University students rally on Nov. 27 on Independence Square.
Photo by Christopher J. Miller

Ukraine is having a second revolution in less than a decade. But despite the obvious similarity of  having thousands of people in the streets, their social fiber is quite different. The Orange Revolution was extremely political: organized by politicians, it had purely political demands and politicians as leaders. 

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