|1 September, 2017||Economics|
New growth areas in the Ukrainian agricultural sector are gradually changing the industry
|17 March, 2017||Culture|
The Ukrainian Week offers a selection of events to attend in March
|31 October, 2016||Economics|
How the status of land in Ukraine affects its owners and big agribusinesses
|23 December, 2015||Culture|
The life and death of Mike Johansen, Ukraine’s pioneer of magic realism
|21 October, 2015|
Artist and curator on social role of artists and cultural policy
|25 August, 2015||Economics|
Agribusiness becomes the biggest component of Ukraine’s economy. What will it take for the growth to continue?
|20 February, 2015||Culture|
Argentinean Tango,Nils Petter Molvaer, Oscar Shorts nights and more...
|31 December, 2014|
It is necessary to use culture to cure our heads. Only after that should the economy be remedied with a sound mind
|9 June, 2014||Culture|
Street Food Festival, Tori Amos, Leopolis Grand Prix 2014 and more ...
|3 April, 2014||Culture|
“People often come to museums in the Netherlands. Just to hide away from the rain,” Yulia Lytvynets, Chief Custodian of Ukraine’s National Art Museum, says. The recent revolutionary events changed the angle from which her museum’s staff approached preserving the collection and the museum building and building horizontal relationships between museums and individuals.
|2 April, 2014||Culture|
Pavlo Gudimov: “A different vision is not a pretext to resort to Russian-like hysteria and absurd politicization of culture”
Renowned gallery-owner and musician talks about on ways to prevent people turning into titushkas, consolidation of artists and futility of fascist methods in culture.
|29 March, 2014||Culture|
Film festivals, Nino Katamadze and ballet-fairy tale.
|17 February, 2014||Politics|
The Ukrainian Week talks with Andriy Kurkov, Ukraine’s most translated contemporary Russian-speaking author, about the essence and tempo of social changes, the Russian language and Russian presence in Ukraine.
|20 November, 2013||History|
Ukraine’s economic relations were originally European. So were its social lifestyle and institutions
|20 November, 2013||Culture|
B-movie director Roger Corman talks about dealing with viewer's unconscious mind, new facilities for cinematography and resistance in human nature
|15 November, 2013||Economics|
A failed Association Agreement: German economy is striving towards investing in Ukraine, but faces many obstacles
|1 November, 2013||Culture|
The Ukrainian Week offers a selection of events to attend this month
|21 October, 2013|
Ex-Minister of Culture of Latvia, talks about the successes and challenges in integrating the Russian-speaking community in Latvian society
|20 October, 2013||Culture|
Norwegian pianist Bugge Wesseltoft combines grand piano and electronic effects at a concert in Kyiv
|18 October, 2013||Culture|
Festival of overtone music,exclusive handmade doll show, Brazilian bossa nova and Industrial Eden
|18 October, 2013||World|
Sarmīte Ēlerte, ex-Minister of Culture of Latvia, talks about the successes and challenges in integrating the Russian-speaking community in Latvian society
|16 October, 2013||Culture|
Virlana Tkacz, an American theatre director with Ukrainian roots, talks about experimental and accessible theatre, culture on the edge, and the struggle to build an audience
|5 October, 2013||Culture|
The first two weeks of October offer a look at the life of a great film director, an alternative portrait of the Soviet 1970s from underground artists, a festival of new German movies and plenty of great music
|24 September, 2013||News|
Ukraine will provide China with 3 million hectares of high quality farmland for agricultural purposes, South China Morning Post reports
|17 September, 2013||News|
Already a large wheat supplier to the Middle East, now Ukraine’s corn acreage is expanding as well, writes The Financial Times
|9 September, 2013||Economics|
Accelerating grain production in Ukraine may feed politicians and oligarchs, but not the country’s jobless rural population or backward economy
|21 August, 2013||Navigator|
The submerged village of Bakota in the Podil Tovtry National Park hides historic secrets underwater
|19 August, 2013||Culture|
Jean-Claude Marcadé speaks about the obstacles keeping 20th-century Ukrainian avant-garde art from gaining worldwide renown
|18 August, 2013||Culture|
Theatre, Music and Film Theatre reveals theatre and film life in the 20th-century Ukraine. Plus, a selection of events to see this month
|12 August, 2013||World|
Cheap flights now bring in thousands of young people on package holidays offering cheap alcohol and a license to behave badly
|2 August, 2013||Culture|
Censorship at the Great and Grand show at Art Arsenal
|1 August, 2013||Culture|
Writer Marina Lewycka talks about Ukrainians in the UK, her writing and the modern era of dishonest people
|24 July, 2013||Culture|
The Ukrainian Week offers a selection of art shows, film festivals and concerts to visit this month
|23 July, 2013||Culture|
10 feature films here and coming soon
|2 July, 2013||Culture|
Photographer Roman Pyatkovka talks about conservative Kyiv, the balance of social and personal in his work and the new wave of contemporary Ukrainian photography
|30 April, 2013||Culture|
Paradoxically, Yanukovych's rule is to awaken Ukrainian civil society and sharpen its sensitivity in seeing a departure for the opposite
|25 April, 2013||Society|
Sociologist Yevhen Holovakha: “In Ukraine, the Greediest, Vilest and Most Immoral End Up at the Top of the Heap”
There are many reasons why Ukrainian society is degrading. For one thing, the so-called elites who should be the vanguard of society and whose values influence the rest of society are extremely lowbrow.
|21 February, 2013||Security|
All across Europe supermarkets are clearing their shelves of burgers, frozen lasagne and meat products as millions of angry consumers voice dismay at the latest food scandal.
|16 December, 2012|
No matter how popular Oswald Spengler is deemed to become again due to Europe's profound crisis, one thing does not allow me to take him seriously. True, he made many subtle points regarding the decline of Europe between the two world wars, yet one of the most dubious ideas defended by the author of The Decline of the West was on the parallel and separate existence of cultures.
|1 November, 2012|
William Shakespeare is likely to have become a modern sensibility. Like Niccolò Machiavelli or his own contemporary and significant other, Christopher Marlowe, William Shakespeare seems to have developed into a modern moral and political sensibility, a criterion of modernity, and even a symbolic design within which we perceive and interpret ourselves and the world around us.
|5 October, 2012|
Is European culture a fantasy? Is it more or less so than European politics? These are the questions that cross my mind over and over again when I try to think of how to reverse the ongoing tragedy of the EU – namely, its silent and slow demise, which is a fact of reality, to my dismay.
|3 October, 2012||Society|
Danuta Bilavich on Ukraine’s management of cultural institutions compared to Europe and America.
|30 August, 2012||Economics|
Charles Beigbeder, French businessman and owner of the AgroGeneration holding that operates in Ukraine, tells The Ukrainian Week why investors are still interested in doing business in Ukraine
|27 August, 2012||Investigation|
Ukraine’s cultural heritage is in danger of being privatized
|5 June, 2012||Politics|
How Ukrainian officials are distorting Ukrainian culture
|2 February, 2012||Culture|
The socio-cultural revolution of soviet mods against boring clothes, music and behaviour in the USSR
|1 August, 2011||Economics|
Memories of last-year’s government moves in the agricultural sector are still fuelling prices
|6 April, 2011||Economics|
|6 April, 2011||Economics|
As global demand for grain surpasses the supply, Ukraine’s farm sector is looking at a great opportunity—but only for the chosen few
|6 April, 2011||Economics|
Growing demand for organic food in Ukraine is encouraging farmers to quit chemicals
|23 February, 2011||Economics|
Who are the people behind the country's largest grain scheme?
|8 February, 2011||Economics|
Over a billion hryvnias in government investments to be poured into wholesale agricultural markets will go to companies close to Agriculture Minister Mykola Prysiazhniuk
|2 February, 2011||Economics|
The government gives multibillion agricultural contracts to companies associated with the Yenakievo-Donesk group controlled by Minister of Agriculture Mykola Prysiazhniuk