Ukraine’s Dangerous Drive to Decentralize

Ukraine might benefit from decentralization, but only after the main anticorruption reforms are put into place, its economy is stabilized, and the threat to its very existence is removed. Under the present conditions, decentralization will weaken the central government and make Ukraine more vulnerable to Russian threats without de-escalating the conflict.


Maksym Khylko

This piece was originally published by the Atlantic Council on 13 July 2015.

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