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Mark Urnov, the Dean of Political Science at the Moscow Higher School of Economics

Mark Urnov, the Dean of Political Science at the Moscow Higher School of Economics

Ukraine: a political chameleon?
 
Another political crisis seems to be looming in Ukraine. President Yushchenko has ordered that the Ukrainian parliament, the Rada, should be dissolved. A new election has been called for May. But the majority of deputies claim that the president's decree isn't constitutional. Who are the winners and losers in this political stand-off? Who is set to benefit from Yushchenko's decision and how will it affect the already unstable country? Mark Urnov, the Dean of Political Science at the Moscow Higher School of Economics, is on Spotlight to tell us more

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