[journal] Harvard Ukrainian Studies. Vol. XXI. No 3-4

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31. "Germany's Kohl Promises Economic Support," FBIS-SOV-94-194, 6 October 1994. 32. OMRI [Open Media Research Institute] Daily Digest 1 February 1995: 4. 33. "Germany Withholding Financing of Ukrainian Reactors," FBIS-SOV1999-0716, 16 July 1999. 34. Handelsblatt 6 July 1992. 35. "Ukrainian President Sees Germany as Key Economic Partner," FBISSOV-98-036, 5 February 1998. 36. "Kuchma Views Relations with NATO, Russia, Germany," FBIS-SOV97-196, 15 July 1997. 37. Interview with German Defense Minister Rudolf Scharping in Zerkało Nedeli 3 July 1999 (as quoted in FBIS-EEU-1999-0709, 3 July 1999).

Golos Ukrainy 3 January 1992. 12. Izvestiia 6 February 1992. 13. Die Welt 2 May 1992. 14. Rheinische Merkur 4 June 1993. 15. Der Spiegel 23 July 1994: 122-24. 16. See Angela Stent, Russia and Germany Reborn: Unification, the Soviet Collapse and the New Europe (Princeton, NJ, 1999), pp. 195-203. 17. Pravda Ukrainy 1 March 1994. 18. Die Welt 2 May 1992. 308 STENT 19. Süddeutsche Zeitung 5 May 1993. 20. Pravda Ukrainy 10 October 1992. 21. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 13 February 1993. 22. Die Welt 11 June 1993.

Geschichte der Ukraine (Göttingen, 1993), p. 251. 7. Cited in Orest Subtelny, Ukraine: A History (Toronto, 1988), p. 467. 8. Golczewski, "Die Ukraine," pp. 255-69. 9. Yaroslav Bilinsky, "Germany, Western Europe and Ukraine After World War Two," in German-Ukrainian Relations, pp. 206-209. 10. Pravda Ukrainy 9 July 1991. 11. Golos Ukrainy 3 January 1992. 12. Izvestiia 6 February 1992. 13. Die Welt 2 May 1992. 14. Rheinische Merkur 4 June 1993. 15. Der Spiegel 23 July 1994: 122-24. 16. See Angela Stent, Russia and Germany Reborn: Unification, the Soviet Collapse and the New Europe (Princeton, NJ, 1999), pp.

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