(Kyiv Post) The economy is improving. Long-stalled land reforms are on the way. A historic prisoner swap with Russia was just completed. And the novice president is proving himself surprisingly tough and adept in dealing with the revanchist Kremlin regime to the north. Just over 100 days into Volodymyr Zelensky’s term, that strange sound you hear is the sound of optimism in Ukraine.
Joining Brian Whitmore to consider if Ukraine’s optimism is warranted or yet another false dawn is CEPA’s Donald N. Jensen and special guest Volodymyr Dubovyk, an associate professor in the Faculty of International Relations at Mechnikov National University in Odesa and director of its Center for International Studies.
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