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Here I report on recent events and keep materials that I find important to share with you!



  • I am happy to teach three courses in the summer semestar 2018 at the Europe University Viadrina: 1) Non-Western Philosophies of History, 2) History of Post-Soviet Separatism and Reconciliation (1991 – 2017), 3) History of Post-Soviet Ukraine (April – July 2018).
  • I am looking forward to participate in the Ninth International Social Science Summer School in Ukraine dedicated to the topic of “Memories and Legacies of Revolutions: Continuity and Disruption, 19th-21st centuries” (Zaporizhzhya), 25-30 June 2018.
  • I will soon join the Summer school “Post-Soviet Governance: Theories, Cases, Actors” (Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan,12-22 July 2018) with the course in “Post-Soviet Political Systems and Cultures (1991-2017)“.
  • Looking forward to publication of Demodernization. A Future in The Past (ibidem Verlag/Columbia University Press) edited by Prof. Yakov Rabkin and myself in May 2018.
  • Looking forward to publication of ‘Government–NGOs Relationship in Africa, Asia, Europe, and MENA‘ (ed. Raffaele Marchetti, Rutledge 2018) with my chapter “The Third Sector Entering The First: Cooperation and Competition of Civil Society, State and Oligarchs after Euromaidan in Ukraine“.



Recent academic reports and publications:

Recent non-academic publications and interviews:


If you are intersted in my academic projects and publications, please visit Research&Publications

You may find interesting materials at Public Events page where I post my attempts of discussing philosophical ideas with the wider audiences or apply scholarly methods for analysis of reality we live in.

There  are two pages where I share information on my teaching to students and political leaders.

Since it’s a personal web site, I added a page with my biography and a page dedicated to my hobby, photography.

 I am greateful

to Nadiya Kravets for the idea of creating this web site and

to Mykhailo Koltsov who turned it into reality.