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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.



With Hale, H. (Forthcoming). “Capturing Identity: The Case of Ukraine”. Post-Soviet Affairs.

With Hale, H. & Shevel, O. (Forthcoming). “Political Belief Formation: Odesa Tragedy”. GeoPolitics.

With Hale, H. & Sasse, G.(Forthcoming).  “Identity Politics, Crisis & Conflict: An Introduction and Review”. Post-Soviet Affairs.

(2017). “The Revolution On The Granite”. New Eastern Europe, (June 2017). Available at

With Sasse, G. (2016). Maidan in Movement. Europe Asia Studies. Volume 68, 2016. Available at

(2015). EuroMaidan Protests in Ukraine: Social Media Versus Social Networks. Problems of Post­Communism, vol. 62: 1–19, 2015. Available at

(2015). “Facebook Helped Me Do It” Understanding The EuroMaidan Protester ‘Tool-­Kit’. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism.

(2014). “Who Were The Protesters”. Journal of Democracy. Available at

With 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

(2012). “Why did they join en masse? Understanding “Ordinary” Ukrainians’ Participation in Mass-Mobilization in 2004”. Nowa Ukraina. (August 2012).

(2009). “Crisis-related social mobilization in transition states”. Development and Transition. No. 13/2009



(Forthcoming). “The Forgotten Revolution On The Granite (1990): A Legacy of Contention In Independent Ukraine”. In Kowal et. al. (Eds.). Three Revolutions

With 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).

(2016). “Causas Politicas, de Movilizacion Durante la Crisis Economica de 2001”. En: Levey, C. (Eds.). Crisis, Respuestas y Recuperacion: Quince Anos Despues del Argentinazo 2001-16. Prometeo: Buenos Aires.

(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.

(2015). “The Maidan past and present: Euromaidan and the Orange Revolution”. In David Marples &  Frederick V. Mills ed. Euromaidan. Columbia University Press: New York.

With Berti, B. (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.

(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.). Crisis, Response And Recovery: A Decade On From The Argentinazo 2001-11. Palgrave: London.



(2018). Protests and political coalitions in Ukraine. ZOiS Spotlight. January 31, 2018.

(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.

With Hale, H. & Kravets, N. (2015). “Can Federalism Unite Ukraine in a Peace Deal?” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo No. 379. Ukrainian version available at

(2015). Good Governance and Quality of Government: Towards A People-Centric Approach. Getting around the concepts & an agenda for measurement. OECD. January 7, 2015.

(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).

(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.



(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.

(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.



With Uva, J. (2017) “Venezuela’s latest elections are likely to trigger a regional migration crisis”. Washington Post. (October 19, 2017).

With 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).





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  1. Patrick Bell says:

    Dr. Onuch,

    I am presenting a paper at the 2014 APSA meeting in Washington, DC on the “EuroMaidan” protests and would be interested in your thoughts on the use of social media platforms such as Twitter and the presence “new media” such as Your co-authored article on the Monkey Cage on February 27 is one of the best accounts I have read on this issue to date.

    Like you I am using a mixed methods approach, though mine will be more dependent on the data from the various social media platforms, in my analysis to demonstrate in detail what you describe in your article in the Monkey Cage re Sidney Tallow four stages of protest cycles. I will be analyzing the Twitter feeds as well as doing a content analysis of online journalistic sources.

    Take care,

    Patrick M. Bell, PhD

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