Nadia Diuk: Ukraine's visions of the future

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Dec. 4, 2013, 6:46 p.m. |

Police officers attempt to keep the peace during an angry rally on Dec. 1, a day after a violent crackdown on pro-European demonstrators on Independence Square.

 Once more there are hundreds of thousands of people in the streets, the National Endowment for Democracy’s Nadia Diuk writes from Kyiv. Estimates suggest that on Sunday December 1, it was the largest number ever, surpassing Ukraine’s Orange Revolution of nine years ago. 

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