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Ukraine's Orange Revolution and U.S. Policy [April 1, 2005]   [open pdf - 66KB]

From the Summary: "The Bush Administration has hailed the 'Orange Revolution' as a part of a wave of democratization sweeping the region and the world, and has proposed a modest increase in U.S. aid to Ukraine. Experts believe that prompt U.S. and international assistance may be needed to help the new government to boost public support before crucial March 2006 parliamentary elections. The United States has also expressed hopes that the United States and Ukraine will work together more effectively on such issues as weapons proliferation and trafficking in persons. The Administration has downplayed Yushchenko's decision to honor a campaign pledge to pull Ukraine's troops out of Iraq by the end of this year. The first stage of the withdrawal was implemented in March 2005. President Yushchenko visited the United States on April 4-7."

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CRS Report for Congress, RL32845
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2005-04-01
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