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The main challenge for the new Ukrainian authorities is the dramatic economic situation.
Despite fears, the scenario of a mass migration of people from Ukraine seems rather unlikely.
The break-up of the Maidan and the dispersal of its activists around the country will only deepen the conflict.
The disclosure of disagreements between the Batkivshchyna and UDAR undermines the prospects for their cooperation.
The ideal variant for Moscow is keeping strategic control of the whole Ukrainian state.
In recent years, Ukraine’s agriculture has been consistently improving and has been the only part of the country’s economy to buck the recession.
The negotiating stalemate between the government and the opposition in Ukraine has now lasted for a week, and neither party seems ready to make concessions now.