Episode
March 4, 2014

Divided over Ukraine's future

The Stream looks at how political differences could impact the country's post-revolution outlook.
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Pro-Russia activists shout slogans near the building of Crimea autonomy parliament in Simferopol, Ukraine, 28 February 2014. (EPA/ALEXEY FURMAN)

Tuesday, March 4 at 19:30 GMT:

How deep do Ukraine's political divisions run and what effect could they have on the country's future? With Russia building up its military presence around Crimea, many are wondering how the newly appointed government will handle the ongoing crisis. We'll hear from people in Kiev and Crimea about which post-revolution direction their country should take. Join the conversation at 1930GMT.

In this episode of The Stream, we speak to:

Dasha Karpenko
Ukrainian citizen in Crimea

Valentin Yakushik
Political science professor, Kiev Mohyla Academy

Vasiliy Malkin
Ukrainian citizen in Crimea

Oleksiy Melnyk
Co-director, Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes
razumkov.org.ua 

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