Last month’s anniversaries of Ukraine’s Orange and Georgia’s Rose Revolutions revealed two countries on divergent paths. One has a failing economy, suffers from rampant corruption and has a justice system condemned by the U.S., Europe and Russia.
The other is regarded as one of the world’s top business reformers, has virtually eliminated corruption and enjoys a justice system that runs on European lines. What can one learn from the other?
Today, Ukraine is stuck in a mire entirely of its president’s making.