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Those who observed the reform process in Georgia fall into two categories after the parliamentary election. “Everything is lost!” some lamented on Facebook, while their opponents reacted to the outcome with the utmost cynicism.
5 October, 2012   ▪   Vakhtang Kipiani
Andreas Gross, head of the PACE observers delegation to Ukraine and Chairman of the PACE Social Democratic Group told The Ukrainian Week about PACE’s evaluation of the election situation in Ukraine.
29 September, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
Jerzy Buzek was one of the first European politicians who said that the Yulia Tymoshenko case was politically motivated. Even after his term as a European MP expired at the beginning of this year, Jerzy Buzek continues to monitor the situation in Ukraine.
27 September, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
President Putin is nervous. Western experts believe that the European Commission has a good chance of winning the conflict regarding Gazprom’s monopoly prices on Central European markets
26 September, 2012   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Property reform is one of the most controversial issues haunting Estonia today. The restitution of property grew out of the need to return the property to those who lost it during Soviet nationalisation and collectivisation.
24 September, 2012   ▪   Erkki Bahovski
Greater Dependence on Russia is of No Good for Cyprus
20 September, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
Finnish reporter and writer Anna-Lena Lauren talks about her book and experience in what is considered one of Russia's most troubled regions
14 September, 2012   ▪   Dmytro Hubenko
Czech multiculturalists teach their compatriots to respect Ukrainians
13 September, 2012   ▪   Valeria Burlakova
Charles Tripp, Professor of Politics with reference to the Middle East, at the School of Oriental and African Studies, explains The Ukrainian Week what the quasi-democratic facade of Iraq policy conceals and what challenges Baghdad will face soon
12 September, 2012   ▪   Viktor Kaspruk
Mutual dependence of Ukraine and Russia is rapidly tilting and Ukraine is growing more and more dependant on Russia.
11 September, 2012   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
After one of the longest, costliest and most colourful court cases in British legal history, Boris Berezovsky has suffered a spectacular loss in his lawsuit against Roman Abramovich, and will have to pay one of the highest bills for court expenses ever incurred by a private individual - amounting, according to most estimates, to well over £100 million.
8 September, 2012   ▪   Michael Binyon
Case of Julian Assange founder of the Wikileaks became a diplomatic rebus for the United Kingdom and Ecuador
3 September, 2012   ▪   Michael Binyon
European MP Elmar Brok: "No-one in Kyiv should expect that everything will be over and forgotten after a falsified election"
31 August, 2012   ▪   Milan Lielich
How and why one of Russia’s leading opposition figures has been accused of stealing timber
14 August, 2012   ▪   The Economist
Out of all Western countries, Russia's worst relations are with the United Kingdom
13 August, 2012   ▪   Michael Binyon
Marek Michalak, Poland’s Ombudsman for Children, talks about upbringing without corporal punishment
2 August, 2012   ▪   Inna Zavhorodnya
The election of former ultranationalist Tomislav Nikolic as Serbia's President is generating uncertainty about the country’s future and the stability of the Balkan region. It has also raised questions about Russia's economic and political penetration in South East Europe.
24 July, 2012   ▪   Janusz Bugajski
Wojciech Borodzicz-Smoliński talks about modern Warsaw-Vilnius relations
23 July, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
Daniel Kaiser, author of Dissident Vaclav Havel, speaks about the first critical biography of the famed Czech politician and playwright
23 July, 2012   ▪   Les Belei
The appointment gives President Mikheil Saakashvili his biggest trump card in his confrontation with the Kremlin
19 July, 2012   ▪   Vakhtang Kipiani
The new Constitution brought Estonia back to the Western Hemisphere and constituted the backbone around which life in the new Republic would concentrate.
25 June, 2012   ▪   Erkki Bahovski
Joseph Daul is a well-known French politician and Chairman of the European People’s Party Group in the European Parliament. He is considered to be a consistent, thorough and slightly conservative politician. In his interview for The Ukrainian Week, Mr. Daul comments on the new French president’s recent statements about Ukraine and shares his opinion on Ukraine-EU cooperation.
19 June, 2012   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Dr. Pascal Boniface, founding Director of IRIS (Institute for International and Strategic Relations), speaks on football as a factor of globalisation, the crisis of NATO and the future of Eastern Europe
18 June, 2012   ▪   Roman Horbyk
Honorary Distinguished Fellow at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies Professor Baladas Ghoshal told The Ukrainian Week about the conflict between China and India as well as geopolitical balance of power in Asia
15 June, 2012   ▪   Viktor Kaspruk
High hopes of the Arab Spring have crashed
9 June, 2012   ▪   Michael Binyon
Professor of Political Science at Columbia University Andrew J. Nathan told The Ukrainian Week about the recent geopolitical trends of Asian and Pacific Region and namely about the democratization in Myanmar
8 June, 2012   ▪   Viktor Kaspruk
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Mostly discussed for its regulation of the language of instruction in schools, the new law offers more overlooked important innovations intended to change the quality and the content of education in Ukraine
7 November, Hanna Trehub,
The new law on the reintegration of the occupied parts of the Donbas qualifies them as such and names Russia as the occupier. Yet, it does not launch the process of deoccupation or change the mechanism envisaged in the Minsk Agreement
20 October, Maksym Vikhrov,
This week started off with a bang in Kyiv...and it had nothing to do with working on healthcare reform, which the Verkhovna Rada eventually passed on October 19. The #1 topic became a protest action to push political reforms forward that was called by anti-corruption politicians and former Odesa Governor Mikhail Saakashvili
19 October, Stanislav Kozliuk,
Founded this fall, Donetsk oligarch Serhiy Taruta’s Osnova or Foundation party has already started campaigning although the next Verkhovna Rada election is two years away
18 October, Denys Kazanskyi,
 
 
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