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Changing Identities and Memories since Maidan

In her research, Victoria Sereda finds that despite Ukraine’s East-West dichotomy often presented as a stereotypical split between ethnic and political nationalism, divisions between political and ethnic nationalism run more within regions than between them. Even more importantly, no clear-cut borders exist among ethnic groups in Ukraine, especially between Ukrainians and Russians. Their national identifications are multi-layered and often strongly intertwined, although some regional variations persist.

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