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How much time for Ukrainians to get over the post-genocide syndrome?
20 November, Iryna Reva
Analysis of elections in Eastern Ukraine: old and new parties
20 November , Denys Kazanskyi
Triumph of oligarch-backed parties regionally and debut of new independent movements
20 November , Denys Kazanskyi
The new mayor of Hlukhiv, a descendant of the renowned Tereshchenko family, talks about his team, how he plans to cooperate with other mayors in Sumy Oblast, how the city’s economy can be realistically revived, and how to shore up the border with the Russian Federation, which is only 15 kilometers away
4 November , Hanna Trehub
Can activists defend community interests even if outwardly undemocratic forces control local government?
30 October , Stanislav Kozliuk
Other Publications
The Party of the Regions supposedly no longer exists in current Ukrainian politics, but it’s sent several columns out to the local elections
13 October, Denys Kazanskyi
Finnish historian talks about the relations between Finland and USSR after World War II, the prospects of neutrality for Ukraine, and the future of a new Cold War
9 October, Vitaliy Rybak
Despite its patriotism, Dnipropetrovsk region remains a stronghold of the Party of Regions and oligarchs
9 October, Stanislav Kozliuk
Why the Dnipropetrovsk clan lost to the Donetsk clan and the chances of a comeback
9 October, Denys Kazanskyi
Ukraine’s banking sector faces massive consolidation and change of owners
9 October, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
The first female president in the world talks about preservation of language and identity, gender equality, and promotion of peace through understanding and caring for the environment
9 October, Yaroslava Kutsai
The government plans to reform the system of public property management and launch a wide scale sell-off. Are Ukraine’s economy and society ready?
23 September, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
When Ukraine declared independence on August 24, 1991, it not only meant the revival of the Ukrainian state—it was the decisive event in the collapse of the totalitarian soviet empire
23 September, Volodymyr Vasylenko
Ways to protect Ukrainian cultural and historical heritage in the annexed Crimea and frontline areas
23 September, Hanna Trehub
We can conclude that Putin’s fascism and aggression in Europe was stopped, first and foremost, by the courage and heroism of Ukraine. Yet the leaders of the world, namely, Barack Obama and Angela Merkel, have responded to the challenge as well
2 September, Leonіdas Donskіs
Commander of the Ukrainian Volunteer Corps, a paramilitary unit of the Right Sector, speaks about risks in the Minsk accords, the pressure of Ukraine’s on the Right Sector, and things to be done to win the war
27 August, Roman Malko
The origin and transformations of the Right Sector through the Maidan and war
27 August, Roman Malko
Agribusiness becomes the biggest component of Ukraine’s economy. What will it take for the growth to continue?
25 August, Oleksandr Kramar
Consolidation of villages around towns will accumulate up to a half of Ukraine’s population in agricultural communities and encourage them to actively participate in sociopolitical life
25 August, Oleksandr Kramar
Première Urgence – Aide Médicale Internationale intends to award a purchase contract for procurement of medical equipment and consumables
21 August,
The possibility of change, and the opportunity to make that change stick brings meaning to the idea of independence for many ordinary Ukrainians today
20 August, Anna Korbut
Proposed decentralization raises concern over the quality of human resources available to run the regions
20 August, Denys Kazanskyi
Ukraine’s Minister for the Power and Coal Industries talks about the gas balance, the chances of modernizing this sector, and the role of oligarchs in the Fuel & Energy Complex in an exclusive interview for The Ukrainian Week
20 August, Tetiana Omelchenko
An overview of Ukraine’s new tax system
19 August, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
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