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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 http://neweasterneurope.eu/product/issue-3-42017/
With 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
(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
(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 http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/jod/summary/v025/25.3.onuch.html
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 https://daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/sites/daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/files/2016_Martsenyuk_articles.pdf
(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
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:
(Forthcoming). “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
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. et.al. (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.
POLICY PAPERS, BRIEFS & BLOGS:
(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 https://krytyka.com/ua/articles/chy-zmozhe-federalizm-obiednaty-ukrayinu-u-spravi-myru
(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).