|20 November, 2015||Society|
How much time for Ukrainians to get over the post-genocide syndrome?
|8 December, 2014||Society|
The echoes of the Famine in today's separatism in South-Eastern Ukraine
|17 December, 2013||History|
The 1932-33 Holodomor was a consequence of the Bolsheviks’ efforts to completely eradicate private property
|29 November, 2013||History|
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|
Why you should not fear your memories
|4 October, 2013|
Scholars agree that the debate over whether the Holodomor was genocide has been resolved – it was and we should treat it as such – this fact has now become an academic given
|26 November, 2012||History|
Some renowned Western intellectuals thought of the Famine as a justified step to the Soviet Union’s radiant future
|16 January, 2012||Politics|
French MP Christian Vanneste twice submitted a proposal to the French National Assembly to consider a bill on recognizing the Ukrainian Holodomor as genocide against the Ukrainian people. In 2009, the European Parliament recognized this tragic event of 1932-33 as a crime against humanity, but the French legislature did not follow suit.
|19 October, 2011|
The communists and Nazis – not Jews, Ukrainians, Germans or Russians – were the criminals in the 1930s and the 1940s. Each of these nations lost millions, so any expiation is out of the question.
|24 May, 2011||History|
Peoples that have experienced mass murders or deportations demand that guilty be brought to justice, but Ukraine continues to be shy in discussing whether or not the Holodomor was indeed genocide
|16 May, 2011||History|
Stanford University Professor Norman M. Naimark speaks about various interpretations of genocide and current court practice
|27 April, 2011||History|
The tragedy of Ukrainian peasants meets the West's criteria for genocide