Ukraine's Last Chance

In Ukraine, outsiders pushing for necessary reforms fear inaction could lead to a failed state.
Were President Petro Poroshenko's promises just words?

Now that Ukraine's electoral battles are over and the conflict in the country's eastern regions is frozen, one of three scenarios could unfold: Quick and painful economic and regulatory surgery, a slide into Russia's suffocating embrace, or chaos, as gangs of former volunteer fighters from the eastern war go on the rampage.

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