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Phenomenon of "Orange Revolution": psychological reflections


"Break their nexus and hurl down the


gyves" Book of Psalms 2:3


Phenomenon of "Orange Revolution" in Ukraine has apparently become a key

event in modern history of the country: a unique and more importantly

peaceful shift of the purse-proud and contumelious authorities has

enabled the country to make a breakthrough from "independent to free

society" as President Yuschenko has recently said. Kaleidoscope of

revolutionary events has been widely discussed in the media and has not

yet escaped from the memory of the participants and spectators. However,

as the immediate emotions have passed by and without an attempt to

reconstruct the chronology of the events we will try to reevaluate the

issue of the Revolution through adding more psychological colors to the

socio-political canvas that has been already painted.


"Divided and United" - this popular title for the studies originally

dedicated to the Civil War in the US perfectly well describes the state

of affairs in pre and post-election Ukraine. "Divided nation" was the

first both domestic and foreign experts were starting from while

speaking about the Revolution (those who were glued to mass media during

these "17 instances of winter" apparently don't need any other arguments

of issue's vitality). The visitors of multiple web-sites, readers of

newspapers and magazines, yet, TV viewership must remember the

"orange-and-blue" map of Ukraine perfectly well. Millions of foreigners

who had been unaware of a geographical location of Ukraine prior to the

Revolution appeared now competent not only in the geography of the

country; moreover, they have learned where Kyiv, L'viv and Donet'sk are

located, made a deep insight into the history and culture of the nation

and the reasons of revolution! However, as the country is seemingly

"piecing up the quarrel" we will not dear to salt the wound and discuss

the problem of divided society (furthermore, these ideas have been paid

much attention in media before). And, so excuse me the former partisans

of the "blue camp" and "orangemen", the emphasis will be further made

rather on the nation united than divided!


Though the issue of "Orange Revolution" remains and obviously will

remain highly debated amidst domestic and foreign scholars, politicians

and common people for further decades, delighted attitudes and opinions

quite often dull "boring" scholar explanations of both the Revolution

and the reasons behind it. As a result, the implicit psychological

reasons often appear literally "behind the scene". In fact,

psychological aspects of "Orange Revolution" may be well exemplified

with the classic Shakespearian character of "the ghost of Hamlet's

father": also no one was questioning its importance the issue was paid

much less attention than it deserved.


Traditional problem of psychology (and the Revolution didn't make an

exception here) is that it is more implicit and hidden from apprehension

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