Policy Memos by Oleksandr Fisun

Oleksandr Fisun 01-19-2018

Политический режим Украины после Евромайдана можно описать как коалиционную президентскую систему с частичными элементами управляемой неопатримониальной демократии....

Oleksandr Fisun 08-14-2017

(PONARS Policy Memo) Today, Ukraine has a coalitional-presidentialist political system that can best be categorized as a semi-managed democracy. This model has four main features: consolidation of power by...

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Oleksandr Fisun 10-22-2015

Несомненно, что после революции Евромайдана политическая система Украины стала более демократической и открытой за счет подъема гражданской активности, отсутствия доминирующей партии власти и большей конкуренции...

Oleksandr Fisun 10-22-2015

(PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo) Since the Euromaidan revolution, the Ukrainian political system has...

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Oleksandr Fisun 07-17-2014

Across Europe, football (soccer) fans are known for their club loyalty and fierce spirit. No less so in Ukraine, where each urban center has a popular professional or amateur football league team. Recently, however, Ukrainian football fans have also contributed to...

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Oleksandr Fisun 11-30-2012

Украина может рассматриваться в качестве классического случая ведущей роли патронажной политики в функционировании политического режима. При этом в значительной степени источником её долговременной устойчивости...

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Oleksandr Fisun 10-23-2012

Ukraine’s current political system can be considered a classic case of patronage politics. The persistence of patronage politics in Ukraine can be attributed not only to structural, historical, and cultural...

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Oleksandr Fisun 07-23-2012

A successful, consolidated democracy requires all stakeholders to accept unalterable ground rules—when certain “points of no return” get crystallized and democratic, rational procedures are adhered to...

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Oleksandr Fisun 07-23-2012

The victory of Viktor Yanukovych in Ukraine’s February 2010 presidential election launched a new cycle of regime change in Ukraine, marked by movement from a premier-presidential regime system with “...

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About the author

Head of the Department, Professor, Political Science
Kharkiv National University