First revolution. Then war. Now what?
KIEV — "Don't listen to the police!"
Oksana Forostyna was explaining why I was late to our meeting at Oliva, a restaurant just off Maidan square in central Kiev. I'd asked directions from local law enforcement about a block away from my destination, and been inevitably led astray. Forostyna is the editor of Krytyka, which might be thought of as Ukraine's answer to the New York Review of Books, and she was kindly instructing me on the new rules of navigating post-revolutionary Kiev.