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The evolution of Ukrainian elite and its state-building concepts offers a valuable lesson to the country today
19 September, Yurii Tereshchenko
 
Where is the debate on free ownership of firearms in Ukraine today
19 September , Andriy Holub
How Europe is preparing for the possible presidency of Donald Trump
19 September , Michael Binyon
How the life of Ukrainians changed economically compared to 25 years ago
16 September , Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
The new regular session of the Verkhovna Rada started on September 6. It looks like actors on Ukraine’s political scene, probably with the exception of Petro Poroshenko's Bloc and Arseniy Yatseniuk’s People's Front, have great expectations and ambitious plans for this fall seasons. Major oligarchs are likely to step up their game. The situation in the presidential team is not at its best either
16 September , Bohdan Butkevych
Other Publications
Why the auction to sell OPP failed
31 August, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Ukraine imports many simple consumer items that could be domestically manufactured at a time when a large swath of Ukrainians is either jobless or does not have a steady source of income
31 August, Oleksandr Kramar
A short history of attempts to restore the Georgian monarchy
31 August, Oleksiy Bobrovnikov
Political expert Ghia Nodia on the balance of power in Georgian politics today, Saakashvili and Ivanishvili as politicians, and changes in Georgian society and state
30 August,
What shapes Georgia’s foreign policy and perceptions of its course domestically?
30 August, Anna Korbut
The 1920s’ Avant-garde school of artists was ultimately destroyed as class enemies—for hooliganism and pornography
23 August, Yaryna Tsymbal
Where to go for authentic and unusual experiences in Ukraine
22 August, Bogdan Logvynenko
From a collector of pieces by Malevich and Repin that were worth less than bread during war to a representative of the soviet “hippy” and dissident culture – amateurs who could be museums themselves create noteworthy collections or art and artefacts in their hometowns
14 August, Bogdan Logvynenko
In the past two years, crime rates have grown in Ukraine. Factors contributing to the general criminalization of society include economic decline and war
14 August, Bohdan Butkevych
Founder of rehabilitation program for the military on forgiveness, understanding the war, and ways to learn to cope with this all
11 August, Roman Malko
In addition to separatism with its referenda and Russian humanitarian convoys, the war in Ukraine begot a stratum of criminals consisting of war veterans, both real and fake
11 August, Stanislav Kozliuk
High-profile arrests have been expected for a very long time. For over two years now, Ukrainians have been demanding punishment for those in power who were guilty of escalating events on the Maidan and then the war in Donbas. The question “Why aren’t the Regionals being punished?” is hotter than ever, and it’s only recently that the Prosecutor General’s Office has tried to answer it. Now Oleksandr Yefremov, ex-Head of Luhansk Oblast State Administration, then First Deputy Head of the Party of Regions and generally one of the more odious ex-Regionals, is sitting in jail awaiting trial
11 August, Stanislav Kozliuk
The intensity of clashes in the ATO zone is increasing with each day of summer. The terrorists openly use heavy artillery
11 August, Anatoliy Shara
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muižnieks on the human rights situation in Donbas and Crimea, and his further plan regarding these territories
26 July, Vitalii Rybak
The prospects of two young liberal parties
19 July, Bohdan Butkevych
The Ukrainian Week looks at the new parties emerging in the country
19 July, Roman Malko
The story of a Stalin-era shady businessman
19 July, Valeriy Prymost
Ukrainian prisoners in Crimea are being transferred to Russia, given Russian passports and punished for rejecting them
19 July, Stanislav Kozliuk
What kind of a leader is Germany between the US, China and Russia? How do German politicians view their country’s role in the world? The Ukrainian Week spoke about this to Stephen Szabo, Executive Director of the Washington-based Transatlantic Academy
18 July, Anna Korbut
Print Edition
№ 9 (101) - September - 2016
Poll
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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%
 
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