Unlike Russian society, Ukrainian society has long since overcome the collapse of the Soviet Union. People are looking ahead to a better future.
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“Ukrainians, no matter who they vote for, whether they live in the East or the West, in the country or in the city, share a sense of pride in how they overcome.”
“Thirty years after the collapse of the USSR, Ukrainian society has managed to fill the trauma of transformation with new meaning.”
Read the full article in Zeit here.