Ultraright Party Politics in Post-Soviet Ukraine and the Puzzle of the Electoral Marginalism of Ukrainian Ultranationalists in 1994-2009

@article{Umland2013UltrarightPP,
  title={Ultraright Party Politics in Post-Soviet Ukraine and the Puzzle of the Electoral Marginalism of Ukrainian Ultranationalists in 1994-2009},
  author={Andreas Umland and A. Shekhovtsov},
  journal={Russian Politics \& Law},
  year={2013},
  volume={51},
  pages={33 - 58}
}
The authors consider the past, present, and possible future position of ultraright parties in Ukraine in the comparative context of Eastern Europe and Europe as a whole. 
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