Ukrainians will vote in national elections this March, and polls suggest all viable presidential candidates are vowing to carry out the westward-facing mission of the 2014 revolution
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Ukraine’s prime minister is a former mayor of the city of Vinnytsia and has brought his ethos of decentralization to his role at the head of the national administration in order to unlock the country’s massive economic and civic potential.
In the far west of Ukraine, the Lviv region stands out for a dynamic economy based on leading technology and its quintessentially European historical heritage as a cultural crossroads
Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine’s industrial heartland, has experienced a transformation. Now the region’s factories and engineers look firmly westward under a business-savvy administration