KIEV, UKRAINE — Inside his army-style tent, one of many pitched on Kiev’s most famous square and bigger than some Ukrainian apartments, Vitaliy Vygupaev rises hospitably from his laptop.
He came to the Maidan — Independence Square — on New Year’s Eve from a region east of the capital to demand good government. He stayed. The Viktor Yanukovych government ran off. Now the new government wants the militias that formed to defend the protesters to turn in their weapons. Vygupaev doesn’t think so.Read full article >>