|21 June, 2013||News|
UMH Group and VETEK group signed the sales and purchase agreement for 98% of the media holding’s shares, Korespondent reports based on the UMH Group’s official statement.
|2 April, 2013||News|
Alexander Motyl: the advantages of good PR do not outweigh for Yanukovych the discomfort associated with ruining his ostrich-leather shoes
For Yanukovych, the advantages of good PR do not outweigh the discomfort associated with ruining his ostrich-leather shoes, American historian and professor of Political Science at Rutgers University, writes in his blog on The World Affairs Journal.
|25 March, 2013||News|
Alexander Motyl: authoritarian Yanukovych regime will use the easy money from shale gas to become even more profoundly corrupt and authoritarian
President Viktor Yanukovych regime and his Family will first and foremost benefit from shale gas extraction in Ukraine, Alexander J. Motyl, American historian and professor of Political Science at Rutgers University, writes in his blog on The World Affairs Journal.
|19 March, 2013||News|
European experts: instead of balancing among other oligarchs' interests Yanukovych and his family are trying to become oligarchs themselves
“The president Viktor Yanukovych Family seems to be following the principle of “more for me” in managing the state and economy,” write Jana Kobzova, policy fellow and programme coordinator at the European Council on Foreign Relations and Balazs Jarabik, an associate fellow at FRIDE and the Central European Policy Institute, on their article for ECFR The EU's relationship with Ukraine: fling or partnership?
|15 March, 2013||Politics|
Economic initiatives by the so-called “young reformers” confirm that the government is following a Belarusian model adjusted to fit the Family’s interests
|22 January, 2013||Politics|
The new Cabinet of Ministers appointed by President Yanukovych on 24 December 2012, proves that the Family has once more reinforced its position under the guise of Azarov’s reappointment as Premier.
|22 January, 2013||Politics|
The trend of the past two years whereby the Family has been increasing its weight in the conglomerate in power turned into a dominating objective in 2012. Reshuffles in the conglomerate in power fuels conflicts within oligarchic groups.
|17 December, 2012||Society|
Uncertain futures, hypersensitivity, and the burdens of the 1990s are eroding Ukrainians’ trust in the institution of marriage
|17 December, 2012||History|
The evolution of marriage from forced to voluntary, from church to civil, and from convenience to love
|17 December, 2012|
Old sociology textbooks analyze only one type of modern family: a nuclear formation with the father and the mother linked by marriage and children. Today, the classic family model no longer exists and the institution of marriage is being constantly diluted. This trend is now evolving in France.
|7 February, 2012|
The concept of family in Lithuania defines a family as a legally married man and woman, and sketches out the framework of how to establish this family policy through various laws. Single and unmarried parents do not fall under the definition of a family.
|17 March, 2011||History|
Genealogy is becoming increasingly popular with Ukrainians, but the poorly-equipped archives prevent family history research from turning into a widespread practice