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Dirty money and political manipulation: Independence Square, by A.D. Miller, reviewed

7 February 2020

10:00 PM

7 February 2020

10:00 PM

Independence Square A. D. Miller

Harvill Secker, pp.221, £14.99

A.D. Miller’s gripping new book is set largely during Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution, which Miller covered as a journalist. Ten years later, I reported on the aftermath of the country’s 2014 Euromaidan Revolution. Independence Square details the first event and prefigures the second. It is several things: a thriller, a political novel and a statement on our times.

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