What's Going on with Ukraine and What You Should See If You Go

Ukraine Protest
Associated Press


French Revolution-style barricades made of parked cars, discarded boxes, chunks of ice, or whatever else can be found surround infinite tent-lined alleyways. In the midst of the clutter, old men gather to sing "Shche ne vmerla Ukraina," while men behind them exchange cigarettes for cups of coffee. No, this scene isn't from Ukraine's version of Burning Man. It is Euromaidan: this is what you need to know about it and what you should see in Ukraine if you're going.