'It's Easy' to be Part of Ukraine's Revolution, But What Next?

Image: An anti-government protester waits at the entrance of Kiev's Independence Square
An anti-government protester waits at the entrance of Kiev's Independence Square on Tuesday.BULENT KILIC / AFP - Getty Images

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KIEV, Ukraine -- They've forced the president to flee, but protesters here say the next steps may be the hardest. GlobalPost contributors Ben Solomon and Nadia Parfan speak to Ukrainians about their revolution.

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