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Dirk Brengelmann, Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy at NATO, talks about the Alliance’s strategic interest in Ukraine and the priority of Ukraine’s European integration
16 September, 2011   ▪   Zhanna Bezpiatchuk
Something that happened on September 5 signals that the government’s bid to deliver a guilty verdict in the Yulia Tymoshenko case is heading into the homestretch.
9 September, 2011   ▪   Andriy Skumin
While the defense and the prosecution argued over who the witnesses really supported, the former revealed Ukrainian politics in all its “glory”
8 September, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Mykhelson
Alain Rémy is the most likely candidate to replace Jacques Faure as France’s ambassador to Ukraine
7 September, 2011   ▪   Alla Lazareva
The oligarch-and-lumpen economy cripples Ukraine’s prospects
7 September, 2011   ▪   Vitalii Melnychuk
The National Radio and Television Council kicks out a crowd of operating regional broadcasters while favoring unknown ghost channels
1 September, 2011   ▪   Samijlo Vors
Jacques Faure, Ambassador of France to Ukraine: “European public opinion will hardly understand signing an Association Agreement with Ukraine as if nothing had happened and nothing was going on”
1 September, 2011   ▪   Zhanna Bezpiatchuk
Having started rough play against all warnings, Ukraine’s regime finds itself in a deadlock
30 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
20 years is a significant stretch of time on the verge of the 20th and 21st centuries, packed with events
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Havrylenko
Independence by instinct
29 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
Ukraine failed to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the collapse of the USSR. This can be blamed on the unreadiness of the counter-elite and shortsightedness of the political establishment
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
Lost opportunities
29 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
In its first years of independence, Ukrainian politics took the steps necessary for the creation of Ukraine as an independent country but never resolved the fundamental problems of its development
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
Bagging the country
29 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
The late 1990s brought a system of governance to Ukraine that sent the country tumbling into poverty
29 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
The assassination of Vadym Hetman removed all barriers to the chaotic disbursement of the banking and financial sector in Ukraine and opened the way for the tycoon-controlled economy
29 August, 2011   ▪   Leonid Aleksandrov
The failed test
29 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
The inability of the oligarch regime to withstand systemic pressure from abroad virtually led to the loss of sovereignty. It was only the response of society that saved the country
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
Throughout all 20 years of the new history of Ukraine, schemes have been used for energy resource supplies, to the detriment of the country, but which made specific people much richer
29 August, 2011   ▪   Oleh Lutsenko
The wasted trust
29 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
The opposition failed to fulfill the task of society and eliminate the oligarch and lumpen system in the early 2000s. There is still hope for the emergence of a new counter-elite
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
Only a force that relies on the middle class and a right-centrist ideology can pull Ukraine out of the oligarchs' vicious circle
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
The new elite must show the way to eliminating the oligarch-controlled model and discovering Ukraine’s potential
29 August, 2011   ▪   Rostyslav Pavlenko
Quite unexpectedly, the world community censures Kyiv for Tymoshenko’s arrest
25 August, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
Cyril’s imperial policy is leading the Russian Orthodox Church to isolation
23 August, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
The incumbent regime resents dissenters just as the Soviets did. But since it cannot use its predecessor’s method, it resorts to clowning around
19 August, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Mykhelson
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Mostly discussed for its regulation of the language of instruction in schools, the new law offers more overlooked important innovations intended to change the quality and the content of education in Ukraine
7 November, Hanna Trehub,
The new law on the reintegration of the occupied parts of the Donbas qualifies them as such and names Russia as the occupier. Yet, it does not launch the process of deoccupation or change the mechanism envisaged in the Minsk Agreement
20 October, Maksym Vikhrov,
This week started off with a bang in Kyiv...and it had nothing to do with working on healthcare reform, which the Verkhovna Rada eventually passed on October 19. The #1 topic became a protest action to push political reforms forward that was called by anti-corruption politicians and former Odesa Governor Mikhail Saakashvili
19 October, Stanislav Kozliuk,
Founded this fall, Donetsk oligarch Serhiy Taruta’s Osnova or Foundation party has already started campaigning although the next Verkhovna Rada election is two years away
18 October, Denys Kazanskyi,
 
 
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