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New dawn, old life? Ivan Katchanovski, political scientist at the University of Ottawa

The promise of a new dawn, a new day and a new life is a staple of any presidential campaign in Ukraine, usually resulting in the same old politicians clinging to power for another five years. Is that likely to hold when the Ukrainians go to the polls again on April 21 to choose between the incumbent and the incarnate? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Ivan Katchanovski, political scientist at the University of Ottawa.


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