Mikhail Dubinyansky

(born in Simferopol) is a Ukrainian journalist and essayist. He lives in Kyiv and writes for Ukrainska Pravda, Weekly Mirror and other Ukrainian newspapers.


Cover for: From Euromaidan to euroscepticism

Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity was triggered by the government’s decision to postpone signing the long-awaited Association Agreement with the European Union. Protesters on Kyiv’s streets chanted “Ukraine is Europe!”, and waved EU and Ukrainian flags side-by-side. Two years after the victory of the Maidan protests, what is left of this pro-European idealism? Ukrainian journalist and essayist Mikhail Dubinyansky takes stock.

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