“A huge question is whether it will become a norm that presidents and prime ministers will start to use social media to drive mainstream media coverage more globally”
New York University Professor about the impact of social media on the political behavior of citizens, their involvement in protest movements, and ways in which Twitter and Facebook have changed the specifics of the race in the US and European countries
|11 April, 2016||Politics|
A crisis of relations in the victorious team blows up into a real fratricidal war and ends with some of them fraternizing with the one-time enemy. Just over 10 years ago, the country lived through a similar story
|15 August, 2012|
There are people whom you simply don't trust. Even if they offer something allegedly favourable and plausible, unintentionally you automatically put up resistance. Nothing can be done: that is reputation.
|7 May, 2012||World|
A renowned French researcher of the post-Soviet political space shares her ideas about the probability of repressions in Russia, prospects of new revolutions, and the causes of future misunderstandings between Kyiv and Moscow.
|29 November, 2011||Politics|
Orange Revolution did not teach anyone anything. Not only does the Government turn a blind eye to people, but also demonstratively ignores the public and the law.
|23 November, 2011|
The events of November-December 2004 that ended up being called the Orange Revolution were the product of four factors that happened to coincide at the right time for the right candidate
|29 August, 2011||Politics|
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
|11 March, 2011||Politics|
In March 2001, the Ukrainian government crushed what came to be called the first “street revolution” in Ukraine — at the time, it seemed to be final