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The implementation of the de-communisation laws is visibly changing Ukraine’s political landscape, both in its physical aspect and its intellectual-moral aspect.
The consequences of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant disaster are still a permanent element of the economic, environmental and social situation of Ukraine.
Plahotniuc has concentrated political and business influence in his own hands on a scale unseen so far in Moldova’s history since 1991.
The Belarusian authorities have adopted a familiar tactic in order to obtain large, low-interest stabilisation loans.
It is clear that hopes of a quick reconstruction and modernisation of the Ukrainian state as a political and institutional system have not been fulfilled.
Saakashvili has above all become a player on the national forum, supporting the presidential camp.
The economic crisis in Russia is affecting the uncompetitive post-Soviet economies which are dependent on Moscow.