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With the old election law in place, the parliamentary campaign cannot radically upgrade the Verkhovna Rada now. Still, it will make it more adequate to the challenges faced by the state
15 September, Oles Oleksiyenko
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Historian Stanislav Kulchytsky speaks to The Ukrainian Week about why the Kremlin needs Ukraine, what threat the annexation of Crimea poses for Russia, what the essence of the problem in Ukrainian-Russian relations is, and how the political Ukrainian nation is emerging
15 September, Roman Malko
The Ukrainian Week speaks to proactive young Ukrainians – soldiers, volunteers and activists – to find out what they think of as their major accomplishment, of their peers in politics, and of leaving Ukraine
15 September, Valeria Burlakova
The “special status” of the Donbas within Ukraine can turn it into an impoverished criminal reservation. This will help Moscow conceal its occupation of part of the neighbour’s territory and legitimize its presence in the region
11 September, Denys Kazansky
In his interview for The Ukrainian Week, sociologist Yevhen Holovakha discusses ways used to install Soviet values, explains why nostalgia about the USSR and argues that one efficient way to de-Sovietize society is to dispel the myth about the high standard of social care under the Bolsheviks
11 September, Hanna Trehub
Donwplayed and obscured for half a century, the Donbas appears as Ukraine’s historical and natural terra incognita
11 September, Hanna Trehub
Sovietism is deeply rooted in the Donetsk prairies. Unless it is liquidated, the region will see no progress or solution to the current situation
10 September, Denys Kazansky
The Ukrainian Week speaks to Ms. Mikheyeva about the humanitarian future of her native region
10 September,
The advance of Russians in the Donbas has halted the movement of the Ukrainian army eastward and intensified the panic in our rear. However, the shock will soon pass, and society may have no option but to prepare for a cold winter and a lengthy military confrontation
8 September, Dmitro Krapyvenko
Vladimir Putin’s bet on aggressive chauvinism and revanchism consolidates the West and unnerves satellites. More and more Russians begin to doubt it as well
8 September, Oleksandr Kramar
Ukrainian activists are pursuing the lustration of state organs of professional frauds. Yet another place where lustration of corrupt individuals has to occur is among the Diaspora of the United States
25 August, Zenon Zawada
Ukraine has strongly diversified its exports in terms of goods and destinations over the years of independence. But local companies must do more to promote their products in new promising markets
21 August, Oleksandr Kramar
Ukraine is able to stand its ground in a gas war, even if it continues for years. The biggest threat, though, is to get hooked on Russian gas once again in exchange for a discount from Gazprom
20 August, Oleksandr Kramar
The Ukrainian Week speaks to Alan Riley, Professor of Law at the City Law School, City University of London, about Ukraine’s energy potential, its weak spots and the prospects of the South Stream
20 August, Olha Vorozhbyt
How the war in Eastern Ukraine is affecting national economy
20 August, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Russian aggression against Ukraine has forced the world to choose between two ways of handling the aggressor. Each was tested in the 20th century
19 August, Oleksandr Kramar
Rinat Akhmetov, Vladimir Putin and Viktor Yanukovych continue to weave plots for Eastern Ukraine, making the rebels with black-and-orange ribbons think that they are dying for a New Russia, not for oligarchic interests
19 August, Denys Kazansky
Bribing Western intellectuals and exporting Russia’s peculiar ideology have long been a favourite diversion of Russian rulers
19 August, Ihor Losiev
Ukrainian sociopolitical movement between the mid-19th and early 20th century seemed to involve only “conscious Ukrainians”. Even then, however, forces existed which had not yet actively declared their pro-Ukrainian nature but had huge sociopolitical potential
19 August, Yurii Tereshchenko
Chairman of the Lustration Committee speaks about the government’s tricks, the Kremlin’s agents and the need to rebuild government agencies from scratch
15 August, Bohdan Butkevych
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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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