Budapest Hungary ; New York, NY : Central European University Press, 2001.
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Contents-- Introduction I. Constitutions and statehood: A conceptual framework II. The tradition of statehood in Ukraine III. Independence without a vision, constitution making 1990-91 IV. Simulated reforms: Ukraine under Kravchuk's presidency V. How to organize the State: constitutional debates after the
1994 elections VI. The passage of the constitution: process, actors and strategies VII. Ukraine as a nation-state: the conceptions of statehood in the
1996 constitutions VIII. Ukraine under the new constitution: the anatomy of crisis.
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Offers a systematic examination of competing ideological visions of statehood and discusses them against the backdrop of historical traditions in Ukraine. (source: Nielsen Book Data)