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All the materials marked with tag: Kharkiv
2 February, 2017Politics
What’s the purpose behind the new party of Vadym Rabinovych and Yevhen Murayev?
23 August, 2016History
The 1920s’ Avant-garde school of artists was ultimately destroyed as class enemies—for hooliganism and pornography
9 October, 2015Politics
Why the Dnipropetrovsk clan lost to the Donetsk clan and the chances of a comeback
23 November, 2014History
Russia insists that Kharkiv does not belong to Ukraine. Meanwhile, even several waves of Russification failed to make it truly Russian
10 October, 2014Society
Without “tourists” from Russia, the separatist movement in Kharkiv has quickly marginalised. If not for pro-Russian sympathies of the local authorities, it would hardly pose any threat at all
30 June, 2014News
SBU, Ukraine’s Security Service, detains five members of the terrorist group. They intended to blow up the railroad from Kyiv to Kharkiv, its press service report says
10 May, 2014News
On May 9, cables were set on fire in the tunnels between the Kyiv TV tower and the building of the National TV and Radio Company of Ukraine; separatists intensified their actions in Mariupol, Ukrainian military annihilated terrorists; ex-Party of Regions MP Oleh Tsariov bailed out an arrested coordinator of pro-Russian separatists; Kharkiv refused to hold a separation referendum
30 April, 2014News
Vadym Karasiov, a Ukrainian political analyst, says that a scenario whereby some regions of Ukraine fail to hold the presidential election is possible
17 December, 2013Culture
Photographer Borys Mykhailov talks about the ability to weed out beauty, the emptiness of PR and art lovers
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The Ukrainian Week discussed the characteristics of information warfare in the Crimea, the prospects of civil journalism and the danger of information control over the peninsula with the researcher from Citizen Lab, University of Toronto
today, Alla Lazareva,
UAH 6,659, 11,951 and 7,451, an equivalent of $256, 450 and 280 – this is how an average Ukrainian sees desired subsistence, average wage and pension across Ukraine, according to SOCIS, a sociology center. According to the State Statistics Bureau, the real numbers are UAH 1,777, 8,725 and 2,479 respectively, or around $68, 335 and 95.
yesterday, Andriy Holub,
How have Russian counter-sanctions impacted Belarusian exports and imports?
day before yesterday, Siarhei Pulsha,
The opportunity to travel to neighboring countries without hindrance has had an effect people in the regions of Ukraine most distant from Europe – despite the war, they have begun to travel actively. The Ukrainian Week talked to Stanislav Chernohor, experienced traveller and head of the Community Development Foundation in Kramatorsk.
20 July, Yelyzaveta Honcharova,
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