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7 December, 2015Economics
How the micro-merchant crowd lives
7 December, 2015Economics
What is happening with microbusiness in Ukraine today?
9 October, 2015World
The first female president in the world talks about preservation of language and identity, gender equality, and promotion of peace through understanding and caring for the environment
15 November, 2013Economics
A failed Association Agreement: German economy is striving towards investing in Ukraine, but faces many obstacles
31 May, 2013
Climate Change can be defined as a global brand used in favour of and against the battle to change our lifestyle. It is used by lobbyists, governments, multinational corporations and researchers. The bottom line is: who (if anyone) should be interested in tackling it or should we adjust our way of living to simply cope with it?
15 March, 2013History
Catastrophic floods during the last large-scale melting of glaciers shaped the contours of present-day Europe and created natural-climactic preconditions for the territory of modern Ukraine to become populated
3 August, 2012Society
Climate conditions have repeatedly changed throughout the Holocene, directly affecting man’s life
3 August, 2012Society
Global warming is making Ukraine’s climate more oceanic
3 August, 2012Society
Global warming could have both a negative and a positive impact on Ukraine, depending on whether its economy will be able to adapt to climate change in a timely manner
25 November, 2011
Without China and developing countries, the planet cannot fight climate change
18 May, 2011World
Neither geopolitical factors, nor the prospect of earning enormous money for lobbying someone else's interests should play a role in choosing the provider of nuclear resources and technologies. Security is what matters most. Government, not enterprises, should decide how to implement energy-saving-technologies and how to development alternative energy. That is what can be learned from the British experience
21 April, 2011
Japanese nuclear engineers have finally succeeded in plugging the damaged reactor at Fukushima, stopping the deadly leak of radioactive water into the seas off the tsunami-devastated coastline. But they have not been able to plug the huge drain of confidence from nuclear energy around the world, which has forced governments to cut by half their projections for future nuclear generating capacity by 2035
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After the US withdrawal from the Iran treaty, indignant EU governments are looking for new ways to keep agreements with Tehran
today, Michael Binyon,
Hungary and Poland are challenging the EU’s commitment to liberal democracy
day before yesterday, The Economist,
How to overcome Russian cultural domination
21 June, Denys Kazanskyi,
What happened to President Macron in Saint Petersburg?
19 June, Philippe de Lara,
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