“A corrupt political elite that goes well beyond the current government holds the country back and continues to deny Ukraine's 44 million people a chance to realize their full potential”
Melinda Haring, Editor of UkraineAlert blog at the Atlantic Council, Washington
Ukraine today is both impressive and potential. Everyone knows what Ukraine needs to do – it's no heartbreaking. I lived in Kyiv ten years great mystery. The country must pursue radical and ago and it has changed massively. I comprehensive judicial reform, drop parliamentary immunity, have been blown away by the unleashing and reform its electoral laws to allow more people to of creative talent. The food scene rivals that of participate. Ukraine's got great talent, but it cannot break in Washington, D.C.; the country's civic activists routinely plan yet. some of the most brilliant campaigns I've ever seen, and I read RFE/RL's Ukraine-in-Crisis blog, Ukrayinska Pravda, the Ukraine's IT sector is highly sought after for good reason. KyivPost, and Novoe Vremya, talk to a variety of Ukrainian However, a corrupt political elite that goes well beyond the politicians, analysts, scholars, and ordinary people almost current government holds the country back and continues to daily, and travel to Ukraine as often as possible. Twitter is also deny Ukraine's 44 million people a chance to realize their full a great place for breaking news.