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Kuzio: Orange Revolution is "Over but not Failure"

Interviewee: Taras Kuzio
Interviewer: Lionel Beehner
July 27, 2006

Taras Kuzio, an expert on post-Soviet affairs at George Washington University, discusses the current political crisis in Ukraine and what it means for the country's relations with the United States, the European Union, and Russia. He says the Orange Revolution, while over, should not be considered a failure, and that NATO membership for Ukraine is unlikely anytime soon.


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