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By Tsveta Petrova (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Poland has been a strong supporter of Ukraine’s democratisation since shortly after its own transition twenty-five years ago. Warsaw played a central role with its backing of democratic reformers during Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution. And, in the current crisis in Ukraine, with pro-Russia forces aligned against those who favour closer ties with the EU, Poland has positioned itself as perhaps the most ardent and committed proponent of Ukrainian democracy…

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