Onuch, O. (2014). Mapping Mass Mobilizations: Understanding Revolutionary Moments in Argentina and Ukraine. Palgrave MacMillan.
Onuch, O. (ed). (2011). Revolutionary Moments: Protest, Politics and Art. PMFA and NaUKMA press: Warsaw/Kyiv. Pp.159.
(2022). “Anti-regime action and geopolitical polarization: understanding protester dispositions in Belarus”. Post-Soviet Affairs. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1060586X.2022.2034134
Onuch, O. (2021). Масова мобілізація в світі та українські Майдани Виступ у межах наукового форуму «Революція Гідності: на шляху до історії». [Mass mobilization in the world and Ukrainian Maidans. Forum “Revolution of Dignity: on the way to history”. Official Publication of Academic Studies of Museum of The Revolution of Dignity of Ukraine 2021. https://www.maidanmuseum.org/uk/node/1222
Onuch, O. & Arkwright C. (2021). “Ukrainian Youth on Europe: A cohort analysis of the drivers of attitudes towards the EU.” Demokratizatsiya. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/805820
Onuch, O., Mateo E. & Waller J. (2021). Mobilisation, Mass Perceptions, & (Dis)information: ‘New’ & ‘old’ Media Consumption Patterns & Protest.” Social Media + Society. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2056305121999656
Hale, H., Shevel, O., & Onuch O. (2018). “Political Belief Formation: Odesa Tragedy”. GeoPolitics. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14650045.2018.1465044
Onuch, O. and Hale, H. (2018). “Capturing Ethnicity: The Case of Ukraine.” Post-Soviet Affairs 34(2–3): 84–106. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1060586X.2018.1452247
Onuch, O., Hale, H. & Sasse, G. (2018). “Studying Identity in Ukraine.” Post-Soviet Affairs 34(2–3): 79–83. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1060586 X.2018.1451241
Onuch, O. (2017). “The Revolution On The Granite”. New Eastern Europe, (June 2017). Available at http://neweasterneurope.eu/product/issue-3-42017/
Onuch, O. and Sasse, G. (2016). Maidan in Movement. Europe Asia Studies. Volume 68, 2016. Available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09668136.2016.1159665
Onuch, O. (2015). EuroMaidan Protests in Ukraine: Social Media Versus Social Networks. Problems of PostCommunism, vol. 62: 1–19, 2015. Available at http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/mppc20#.VUiSKdOqqkp
Onuch, O. (2015). “Facebook Helped Me Do It” Understanding The EuroMaidan Protester ‘Tool-Kit’. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/sena.12129
Onuch, O. (2014). “Who Were The Protesters”. Journal of Democracy. Available at http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/jod/summary/v025/25.3.onuch.html
Onuch, O. and Martsenyuk, T. (2014). “Mothers and Daughters of the Maidan: Gender, repertoires of violence, and the division of labour in Ukrainian protests”. Social, Health, and Communication Studies Journal. Available at https://daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/sites/daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/files/2016_Martsenyuk_articles.pdf
Onuch, O. (2012). “Why did they join en masse? Understanding “Ordinary” Ukrainians’ Participation in Mass-Mobilization in 2004”. Nowa Ukraina. (August 2012). http://nowaukraina.org/nu_11_2011/08_Onuch.pdf
Onuch, O. (2011). “When East Meets West: The Reproduction Of The Myth Of Dichotomy In Contemporary Ukrainian Studies”. Journal Of Ukrainian Studies. Vol. 33-34, 2008-2009.
Onuch, O. (2009). “Crisis-related social mobilization in transition states”. Development and Transition. No. 13/2009
Onuch, O. (2021). “Legacies, Innovations, & Contention.” In Stoltzfus, N., et. al. Eds. (In Print). The Power of Populism and People. Bloomsbury: London.
Onuch, O. (2020). “The Forgotten Revolution On The Granite (1990): A Legacy of Contention In Independent Ukraine”. In Kowal et. al. (Eds.). Three Revolutions. https://www.academia.edu/34957623/The_Revolution_On_The_Granite_1990_The_Legacy_Contention_In_Independent_Ukraine
Onuch, O. and Sasse, G. (2018). “The Maidan in Movement: Diversity and the Cycles of Protest”. In: Averre, D. and Wolczuk, K. (Eds.), The Ukraine Conflict Security, Identity and Politics in the Wider Europe. Rutledge: London. (Reprint of Europe-Asia article). https://www.routledge.com/The-Ukraine-Conflict-Security-identity-and-politics-in-the-Wider-Europe/Averre-Wolczuk/p/book/9781138047433
Onuch, O. (2016). “Causas Politicas, de Movilizacion Durante la Crisis Economica de 2001”. En: Levey, C. et.al. (Eds.). Crisis, Respuestas y Recuperacion: Quince Anos Despues del Argentinazo 2001-16. Prometeo: Buenos Aires.
Onuch, O. (2015). “Brothers Grimm or Brothers Karamazov: The Myth and the Reality of How Russians and Ukrainians View the Other“. In: Pikulicka-Wilczewska, A. & SAKWA, R. (2015). Ukraine and Russia: People, Politics, Propaganda and Perspectives. E-IR Press: Bristol.
Onuch, O. (2015). “The Maidan past and present: Euromaidan and the Orange Revolution”. In David Marples & Frederick V. Mills ed. Euromaidan. Columbia University Press: New York. https://cup.columbia.edu/book/ukraines-euromaidan/9783838207001
Berti, B. and Onuch, O. (2015).”From the Colour Revolutions to the Arab Awakening: EU Approaches to Democracy Promotion and the Rising Influence of CEE States”. In Berti, Mikulova, and Popescu. Democratization in EU Foreign Policy. Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies. https://www.routledge.com/Democratization-in-EU-Foreign-Policy-New-member-states-as-drivers-of-democracy/Berti-Mikulova-Popescu/p/book/9781138309890
Onuch, O. (2014). “‘It’s The Economy Stupid’ Or Is It?: The Political Causes Of The Argentine Mass-Mobilization During The Economic Crisis Of 2001″. In: Levey, C. et. al. (Eds.).Argentina Since the 2001 Crisis: Recovering the Past, Reclaiming the Future. Palgrave: London. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9781137434258
POLICY PAPERS & BRIEFS
Onuch (2020). ZOiS Spotlight 46/2020. ZOiS Spotlight.
Sasse, Kulyk, Hale, and Onuch (2020). ZOiS Spotlight 21/2020 by Gwendolyn Sasse.ZOiS Spotlight.
Onuch (2020). “A year of somehow getting things done.” in Reichardt and Stępniewski (2020). Policy Paper 1/2020: “Zelenskyy’s Ukraine One Year Later: A Western Perspective.” Instytut Europy Środkowej.
Gilsepie, O’Loughlin, Onuch, Nieto-McAvoy, Mahlouly, Wilding. (July 2018). ‘The Cultural Value Project. Cultural Relations in Societies in Transition.” (Academic report commission by British Council and Goethe Institut)
Onuch, O., Doyle, D., Ersanilli, E., Sasse, G., and Toma, S. (2018). “Secondary Survey Data on Migration and Protest: Content, Geographic Scope, and Limitations.” Scoping Report on Data Availability. Scoping study migration and protest data_JAN_2018.
Onuch, O. (2018). Protests and political coalitions in Ukraine. ZOiS Spotlight. January 31, 2018.
Onuch, O. (2016). Conflict and Foreign Policy Preferences: Examining Ukrainian Public Opinion from May 2014 to December 2015. Dahrendorf Forum: Europe-Russia Blog Series. April 25, 2016.
Hale, H., Kravets, N., Onuch, O. (2015). “Can Federalism Unite Ukraine in a Peace Deal?” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo No. 379. Ukrainian version available at https://krytyka.com/ua/articles/chy-zmozhe-federalizm-obiednaty-ukrayinu-u-spravi-myru
Onuch, O. (2015). Good Governance and Quality of Government: Towards A People-Centric Approach. Getting around the concepts & an agenda for measurement. OECD. January 7, 2015.
Onuch, O. (2014). “The Puzzle of Mass Mobilization: Conducting Protest Research in Ukraine, 2004–2014.” Reviews and Critical Commentary. The Council for European.
With Livny, E., Petrov, N., & Galushko, V. (2013). “Report On The State Of Think Tanks In Ukraine”. USAID & Open Society: Think Tank Fund. (March 2013).
Onuch, O. (2013). Thinking about Think Tanks in Ukraine: Experiences from the Field. A Policy Blog As Part of the Open Society Think Tank Fund, International Renaissance Foundation and USAID-funded UNITER project implemented by Pact: Study on Think Tanks in Ukraine.
Onuch, O. (2014). “Dealing With The Quality Of Electoral Accountability In Eastern Europe”. (Review of Roberts, A. (2010). The Quality Of Democracy In Eastern Europe: Public Preferences And Policy Reforms. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Czech Sociological Review.
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES and Blogs
Onuch & Pérez Sandoval (2022). A majority of Ukrainians support joining NATO. Does this matter? Monkey Cage: Washington Post. February 4, 2022
Onuch, Herasimenka & Bedford (2021). Belarus’s hijacking isn’t a show of strength. It’s a sign of weakness. Poorly informed leaders with few allies are more likely to take risks, the research shows. Monkey Cage: Washington Post. May 27, 2021.
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Hale, Kulyk, Onuch, and Sasse (2020). Ukraine’s citizens worry about covid-19. And they still have to worry about the war. The Washington Post Monkey Cage.
Onuch, O., Sasse, Hale, Kulyk and Santos (2020). Will The Protesters Return? Civil Disobedience In The Time Of Covid-19. Political Violence At A Glance Blog
Onuch, O. and Santos (2020). “¿Volveremos A Las Calles? Disposición A Protestar Durante La Pandemia.” [Return to the Streets?: The Disposition to Protest Durring a Pandemic]. Agenda Publica. El Pais. Google translated English version.
Iran shot down a Ukrainian plane. How did Ukraine respond?” Washington Post. (January 2020).
Interview with Tucker, J. (2018). “Ukrainians are getting less divided by language, not more. Here’s the research“. Washington Post. (June 8, 2018).
Onuch, O. and Uva, J. (2017). “Venezuela’s latest elections are likely to trigger a regional migration crisis”. Washington Post. (October 19, 2017).
Onuch, O. and Sagarzaz, I. (2017). “Don’t be duped or misled about the Venezuela protests. These 5 insights will help“. Washington Post. (May 25, 2017).
Onuch, O. (2014). “What have we learned in the year since Ukraine’s EuroMaidan?”. Washington Post. (November 26, 2014).
Onuch, O. & Sasse, G. (2014). “What does Ukraine’s #Euromaidan teach us about protest?”. Washington Post. (February 27, 2014).
Onuch, O. and Kravets, N. (2014). “Russia’s shifting role in Ukraine crisis”. Al Zajeera English Op-ed. (February 14, 2014).
Onuch, O. (2014). “Social Networks and Social Media in The Ukrainian ‘Euromaidan’ Protests“. Washington Post. (January 2, 2014).