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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 26 Issue 1–2

This special issue is a celebration of Ukraine's first decade of independence. The issue brings together essays in politics, economy, language policy, feminism, literature and national identity during this transitory stage in Ukrainian history.ARTICLESTaras Kuzio: Introduction: Overcoming Legacies of the Past. Observations on Ukraine’ s First Decade of Independence / 1Paul D’ Anieri: Democracy Unfulfilled: The Establishment of Electoral Authoritarianism in Ukraine / 13Robert S. Kravchuk: Administrative Reform and Centre-Local Relations / 37 King Banaian: The Economy of Ukraine after Ten Years: The Connection between Delayed Economic Reforms and External Assistance / 75 Mykola Riabchuk: A Perilous Way to Freedom: The Independent Mass Media in the Blackmail State / 93Alexandra Hrycak: The Dilemmas of Civic Revival: Ukrainian Women since Independence / 135Glenn Goshulak: Nation Building and Nationalism in Independent Ukraine: Theoretical Perspectives / 159 Stephen Shulman: Region, Identity, and Political Authority in Ukraine / 175Volodymyr Kulyk: The Politics of Ethnicity in Post-Soviet Ukraine: Beyond Brubaker / 197 Oleksandr Hrytsenko: Culture as a Nation-Building Tool in Contemporary Ukraine / 223 Maksym V. Strikha: Language and Language Policy in Ukraine / 239 Tamara Hundorova: The Canon Reversed: New Ukrainian Literature of the 1990s / 249 Marko Bojcun: Ukraine and European Integration / 271Jennifer D. R Moroney: Defining and Sustaining Ukraine’ s Strategic Partnerships / 287Victor Chudowsky: Ukraine’ s Climate of Opinion and the Political Problem of the “Western Vector” / 309 REVIEW ARTICLE Thomas M. Prymak: The Hrushevsky Controversy at the End of the 1990s / 325Andrii Danylenko: Last but not Least? The New Encyclopedia of the Ukrainian Language / 345BOOK REVIEWS Thomas M. Prymak: Mykhailo Hrushevsky. History of Ukraine-Rus', vol. 7, The Cossack Age to 1625. Trans. Bohdan Strumihski. Ed. Frank E. Sysyn and Serhii Plokhy / 355 Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone: Terry Martin. The Affirmative Action Empire: Nations and Nationalism in the Soviet Union, 1923-1939 / 358 Serhy Yekelchyk: Sheila Fitzpatrick. Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times. Soviet Russia in the 1930s / 361 Frank E. Sysyn: Themenschwerpunkt: Die ukrainische Nationalbewegung vor 1914, vol. 49, no. 2 (2001) of Jahrbiicher fur Geschichte Osteuropas / 363 Martin Malek: Peter Jordan, et al. eds. Ukraine: Geographie - Ethnische Struktur - Geschichte - Sprache und Literatur - Kultur - Politik - Bildung - Wirtschaft - Recht, vol. 42, nos. 3 (2000) of Osterreichische Osthefte / 366Andrij Makuch: Marta Dyczok. Ukraine: Movement without Change, Change without Movement / 370 Andrew Sorokowski: Myroslaw Tataryn. Christian Churches in the New Ukraine / 371Ihor V. Zielyk: Wsevolod W. Isajiw. Understanding Diversity: Race and Ethnicity in the Canadian Context / 374 Maxim Tarnawsky: Rostyslav Melnykiv. Maik Iohansen: Landshafty Transformatsii / 378 Orest T. Martynowych: Ivan Rusnak. Ukrains'ka Literatura Kanady Iformuvannia Natsionalnoi Svidomosti Kanadskykh Ukraintsiv / 380 Maria G. Rewakowicz: The Selected Poems of Oleh Lysheha. Trans. Oleh Lysheha and James Brasfield / 381Jaroslaw Zurowsky: Vynnychuk, Yuri. The Windows of Time Frozen and Other Stories. Trans. Michael M. Naydan / 383 John-Paul Himka: In Memoriam: Janusz Radziejowski (1925-2002) / 385BOOKS RECEIVED / 389

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