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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
yesterday, 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
Other Publications
The anatomy of Yanukovych’s “loan” from Putin. Should Ukraine repay it?
18 July, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Who is changing the Constitution of Ukraine today and how? How are these innovations linked to reforms in the country? The Ukrainian Week speaks to constitutional and administrative law expert Ihor Koliushko, chairman of the Center of Policy and Legal Reform
17 July, Anna Korbut
Many of the problems connected to Ukraine’s Basic Law are the result of trying to rebuild it on the foundations of a soviet constitutional heritage that does not reflect current realities
17 July, Oleksandr Kramar
What is Petro Poroshenko's team and who are the centres of influence in it
1 July, Bohdan Butkevych
Although his powers are president of Ukraine are quite limited, over the last two years Petro Poroshenko has learned to use them like a virtuoso, allowing him considerable influence over the legislature and Government
1 July, Oleksandr Kramar
Elections in the occupied parts of Donbas will boost the strength of the Opposition Bloc in Ukrainian politics. Its strategic goal is to return Ukraine into Russia’s orbit
27 June, Denys Kazanskyi
How Ukrainian politicians see the likelihood of elections in the occupied parts of Donbas
27 June, Roman Malko
The main conclusion that can be drawn from the appearance of part of the black cash register in the press is that the Yanukovych regime, which considered itself legitimate, really never was
20 June, Denys Kazanskyi
This resolution displays the carelessness of French politicians and their vulnerability to Russians pressures, but it does not condemn the European policy of sanctions
20 June, Philippe de Lara
The authors, the readers and the anti- bourgeois persecutors of romance novels in the 1920s
8 June, Yaryna Tsymbal
Ukraine's place in modern migration
6 June, Butkevych Maksym
Prior to his appointment in Ukraine as Head of the UNHCR Sub-Office in Dnipropetrovsk, Geoff Wordley served in conflict-affected Rwanda, Kenya, Croatia, Kosovo, South Sudan, Sudan, and Iraq among others. He spent the past year in Eastern Ukraine, supervising support for IDPs in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. Shortly before he left Ukraine in April, The Ukrainian Week spoke to Mr. Wordley about the impact of forced migration during conflicts on social and economic structures in the regions and countries where they occur, the role of UNHCR in the current crisis in Ukraine, and the problems to solve as priority issues in similar situations.
6 June, Anna Korbut
Press Officer for the State Migration Service of Ukraine spoke to The Ukrainian Week about foreign refugees, internally displaced persons and their status in Ukraine
6 June, Bohdan Butkevych
The capacity of a community to maintain an awareness of the image of its past that brings up strong emotions over a long historical period is what we call national memory. Of course, national memory is no mere projection of the past: it is extraordinarily tightly intertwined with the present and the future of people who are joined through common historical memories
2 June, Ihor Losiev
A new Russian propaganda agency has started up in Kyiv as part of the Kremlin’s fifth column of “soft power”
1 June, Bohdan Butkevych
Election in the occupied Donbas is nothing more than a slogan used at the Minsk negotiations. There are no real tools available today to make it happen
25 May, Denys Kazanskyi
Is the President Administration ready for a snap election
25 May, Bohdan Butkevych
After two very hard years, Ukrainians may be able to breathe more easily this coming summer
25 May, Oleksandr Kramar
In an attempt to understand what Crimea meant and what it means for Ukraine today, to look at important moments in the history of the peninsula and Crimean Tatars, to define the foundation of Crimean Tatar identity, and to analyze the prospects of Crimea’s return to Ukraine and its position after de-occupation, The Ukrainian Week speaks to historian and political scientist Gulnara Bekirova
18 May, Anastasiya Levkova
Print Edition
№ 7 (99) - Jule-2016
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%
 
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