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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, 2014   ▪  
In 1918, Ukrainian conservatives tried to implement a reform agenda that was free of populism and relied on private property as the foundation of culture and civilization
1 May, 2014   ▪   Yurii Tereshchenko
The Ukrainian Navy in the Crimea has long traditions. In 1771, the Cossacks jointly with the Russian army and with the support of Zaporizhzhian Cossack boats overcame the short-lived resistance of the Turks and Tatars and conquered the peninsula. The tsarist Black Sea fleet was built primarily in the shipyards of Mykolaiv and Kherson, and many Ukrainians were its admirals, officers and seamen. In 1917-18, part of the fleet was Ukrainianized and pledged allegiance to the Central Rada.
23 March, 2014   ▪   Yaroslav Tynchenko
Federalization of Ukraine in the past: who, how, when and with what consequences
7 March, 2014   ▪   Leonid Zalizniak
The 1932-33 Holodomor was a consequence of the Bolsheviks’ efforts to completely eradicate private property
17 December, 2013   ▪  
U.S. Federal Judge Bohdan A. Futey discusses the international legal precedents that could allow Ukraine to demand recognition of the Holodomor as genocide in an international court
29 November, 2013   ▪   Hanna Trehub
Ukraine’s economic relations were originally European. So were its social lifestyle and institutions
20 November, 2013   ▪   Oleksiy Sokyrko
Caught between warring superpowers and without a state of their own, Ukrainians formed the Ukrainian Insurgent Army with an eye to the creation of an independent nation
29 October, 2013   ▪   Ivan Patryliak
Stalin’s moves to establish communist governments in Central and Eastern Europe relied largely on local elements and tools already tested in the USSR
16 October, 2013   ▪   János Tischler
Why Ukrainian insurgents did not become Soviet and Nazi collaborators
5 October, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
The Battle of Vienna took place 330 years ago. It was the final and most significant battle between Christian Europe and the Muslim East
20 September, 2013   ▪   Oleksiy Sokyrko
The dawn of Indo-Europeans on the Ukrainian steppes
5 September, 2013   ▪   Leonid Zalizniak
State monopoly, limited competition and the excessive exploitation of resources was always the basis for the economic model that the Kremlin tried to force upon Ukraine
22 August, 2013   ▪   Oleksiy Sokyrko
Bulgaria recently published a list of former KGB agents in the country and reveals the hidden impact of its totalitarian past on the nation’s current life
19 July, 2013   ▪   Vitaliy Ohiyenko
By mastering new ways of procuring food, ancient people were freed from the dependence on natural factors, causing their numbers to grow exponentially
6 July, 2013   ▪   Leonid Zalizniak
The 1953 uprising initiated by Ukrainian political prisoners in the Norilsk forced labour camp was the first step towards the downfall of the Gulag.
14 June, 2013   ▪   Ihor Derevianyi
Becoming Ukrainian was as difficult and controversial for Pavlo Skoropadskyi as it was for the Ukrainian nation
31 May, 2013   ▪   Ihor Losiev
Accomplishments and failures of the 1918 Pavlo Skoropadskyi reforms
31 May, 2013   ▪   Dmytro Kalynchuk
Service in the Canadian army during World War II helped Ukrainian immigrants integrate into Canadian society and saved many from return to a certain death in the USSR
15 May, 2013   ▪   Larysa Zariczniak
The cult of WWII veterans was created under Brezhnev to instill the official version of the war into people’s minds and mask the fact that the state had neglected them in the first decade following the war
15 May, 2013   ▪   Mykola Borovyk
To regain its status as a natural part of Europe, Ukraine needs to break free from Russian and Soviet colonial heritage
30 April, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
Ukrainian-European or the Soviet-Russian civilizational model will win out: with the former, Ukraine will quickly catch up with its Western neighbours. With the latter, it will likely cease to exist
30 April, 2013   ▪   Ihor Losiev
Why the Baltic States succeeded in defending their states in 1917-20 while Ukraine failed
12 April, 2013   ▪   Andriy Rukkas   ▪   1
Surges in maritime piracy were always a downside of economic growth, increasing trade and weakly structures societies
12 April, 2013   ▪   Oleksiy Sokyrko
How education became secular, universal and accessible to the public at large
31 March, 2013   ▪   Volodymyr Masliychuk
Battles for Ukraine went hand in hand with the irresponsible and merciless exploitation of the local population in the offensive operations of the Red Army
15 March, 2013   ▪   Liudmyla Rybchenko
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How the last Hetman of Ukraine came to power in 1918 and what he achieved
31 March, Yurii Tereshchenko,
What’s missing for the management of state enterprises to be properly reformed?
31 March, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk,
Why public sector is the main source of corrupt wealth
31 March, Oleksandr Kramar,
What is needed for Ukraine to have a political force that is not linked to oligarchs
23 March, Ivan Halaichenko,
 
 
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