Europe: What to do about Ukraine’s failed anti-corruption’s efforts

Ukraine made steps, guided by Dabria Kuleniuk, to implement pre-invasion anti-corruption measures. But have they been a success?

In one sense no. Under the reforms, oligarchs are still unaccountable and not able to be bought to justice in Ukranian courts, which is a failure.

This is an overly simplistic view, however. The reform was part of a move towards radical openness which has been prevalent in the country and is a worrying prospect for Putin and his oligarchs.

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