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Volunteers who raise funds for the Ukrainian military share their motivations, worries and bank details for those who are willing to donate
16 July,
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The Ukrainian Week talked to Damon Wilson, executive vice-president of The Atlantic Council, about the establishment of the pro-Ukrainian community in the world, the US-Russia relations after the annexation of Crimea, the new Ukrainian military and the likelihood of NATO MAP for Ukraine
10 July, Olha Vorozhbyt
If the “Donbas pacification plan” announced by Petro Poroshenko is to be implemented effectively, the region’s administrative map could be redrawn more sensibly
9 July, Oleksandr Kramar
What Russia’s frontiers could look like in case of fragmentation triggered by ethnic, religious, economic and other factors
9 July, Oleksandr Kramar
The Ukrainian Week talks to Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muižnieks about the flow of IDPs from Crimea and Eastern Ukraine, ways for the government to deal with the problem Ukraine has never faced before, and about the hard lesson on integration of minorities Russia’s neighbours had to learn
9 July, Anna Korbut
The Russian elite now want to restore an empire, based on historical arguments at that. These kinds of arguments once gave rise to the Russian Empire and they will, once shattered, spell an end to it
9 July,
The Ukrainian Week speaks to Stephen Hadley, former National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush, on ways to deter Russia’s aggression, Russia-US relations and unity in Europe
8 July, Olha Vorozhbyt
The Ukrainian Army after 23 years of “ingenious” military reforms and three months of warfare in Eastern Ukraine
8 July,
The Ukrainian Week talks to the Donetsk-born Yehor Firsov, the youngest MP in the Verkhovna Rada, about recipes for rapid career growth in politics, the bazaar atmosphere in parliament and the helpless Rinat Akhmetov
8 July, Bohdan Butkevych
What the new President should start with to meet expectations of his voters
30 June, Oles Oleksiyenko
The chairman of the UDAR faction in parliament speaks about the roots of the Poroshenko-Klitschko union, the need for an early parliamentary election and the tests of power
30 June, Bohdan Butkevych
Complicated negotiations may result in complete Russian gas cut-off for Ukraine, but they show how vulnerable the Kremlin actually is
29 June, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Andrey Illarionov, a former advisor to Vladimir Putin, talks to The Ukrainian Week about the prospects of Russian imperialism, the efficiency of Western diplomacy and the possible consequences of the Russian-Ukrainian war
12 June, Alla Lazareva
Previous trade rows with Russia have pushed Ukraine to reorient its key exports to the EU and other markets. This should save it from the disastrous effect of a looming trade war from Russia
12 June, Oleksandr Kramar
The ability to travel or foreign channels on cable TV are failing to safeguard homo post-sovieticus from propaganda of hatred
11 June, Yuriy Makarov
EBRD priorities are gradually shifting away from Russia. The investor is setting sights on Ukraine and has already renewed public sector lending
11 June,
The Ukrainian Week talks to Wolfgang Ischinger, German diplomat who was the Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office for National Dialogue Roundtables in Ukraine, on his work, European and Ukrainian co-existence with Russia, and security threats of the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia
11 June, Olha Vorozhbyt
The EU is beginning to take concrete action against its excessive dependence on Russian gas
11 June, Alla Lazareva
Russian leaders are certain their country will easily weather Western sanctions. Business disagrees
11 June,
Semen Semenchenko talks about voluntary special forces, the Chechen trail in Eastern Ukraine and inevitable terror
11 June, Bohdan Butkevych
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Print Edition
# 9 (75) — June 2014
Poll
1.
Yes, it would enhance exchange and facilitate reforms in Ukraine — 79,41%
2.
Yes, it would boost tourism to Europe — 8,82%
3.
No, it would boost migration to EU member-states — 8,82%
4.
No, I do not think it will change anything for Ukraine or the EU — 0%
5.
It makes no difference to me — 2,94%
Number of votes: 34
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