Ukraine’s fragile democracy needs help
Ukraine's democracy has a lot of problems. Then again, the country has only had it for 30 years, not 200.
"It's a country that is still finding out what it means to be a democracy," says Ukraine analyst Alina Polyakova in an interview on GZERO World with Ian Bremmer.
Whether it's with current President Volodymyr Zelensky or another leader, she thinks Western powers should work closely with Kyiv to preserve its fledgling democratic system.
“I think we have to bet on Ukraine developing as a democracy in the years ahead," says Polyakova.
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