Decentralisation started in Odesa Oblast almost eighteen months ago. The initiative was sometimes successful in the north, while the south has seen a fundamentally different process
Three years after the May 2 fire at the Trade Unions’ Building in Odesa, virtually all those involved have fled Ukraine. The remaining suspects have been under trial for more than two years now
|22 December, 2016||Economics|
How are Ukraine’s ports changing the way they operate and what are their future prospects?
|31 August, 2016||Economics|
Why the auction to sell OPP failed
|25 May, 2016|
Head of the Ukrainian State Property Fund on the estimated value of state assets in Ukraine, performance of the privatisation plan, bidders for the Odesa Port Plant and Russian management of Ukrainian regional power companies
|6 May, 2016||Society|
Expectation of confrontations on May 2, the anniversary of the Trade Unions Building tragedy when 48 people died in a fire in Odesa, has already become a tradition. However, for the second consecutive year, there have been no clashes, no civil unrest, and no mass disorders
|23 September, 2015||Economics|
The government plans to reform the system of public property management and launch a wide scale sell-off. Are Ukraine’s economy and society ready?
|20 August, 2015||Politics|
Proposed decentralization raises concern over the quality of human resources available to run the regions
|18 November, 2014||History|
The image of today’s Odesa is a product of the variety of ethnic, social and professional groups you wouldn’t have seen often elsewhere in Ukraine: Ukrainian writers and Italian architects, Ukrainian chumaks, the old-time salt traders, and Jewish merchants, Ukrainian sailors and French designers, Ukrainian Cossacks and Russian officials, Ukrainian scholars and Polish revolutionaries, Ukrainian students and Greek entrepreneurs, as well as profiteers, port coachmen and policemen with no distinct ethnic origin. One thing they all had in common was freedom of spirit, ideas and actions.
|19 May, 2014||News|
Chloroform was found at the Labour Unions Building in Odesa where over 40 people died on May 2, Vitaliy Sakal, Head of the Interior Ministry’s Investigation Headquarters said today
|9 May, 2014||Politics|
While new authorities are set to play by the old rules, the country is veering further out of control. All hopes are on the army
|6 May, 2014||News|
The police were de facto involved in the crimes committed by separatists in Odesa, Acting Prosecutor General Oleh Makhnitsky says in an interview for Channel 5
|24 November, 2013||Culture|
Contemporary art from young Ukrainians and a history of escape from the 20th-century avant-garde Odesa-based painters