In the half-decade that has passed since the start of Ukraine’s EuroMaidan Revolution, few who were in Kiev during the three-month-long uprising could have imagined the upheavals that the country has had to endure since a small group of protestors first set up camp in the Ukrainian capital’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti square five years ago.

The ousting of a government, annexation, invasion, and war have dominated Ukrainians’ psyche during this time. On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the s...


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