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Mr. Putin is motivated by historical nostalgia which is out of touch with reality
1 February, 2012   ▪   Zhanna Bezpiatchuk
With Denmark presiding over the EU, the Union could put the problems of Ukraine and Eastern Europe on the back-burner but will still keep a close eye on political prisoners in Ukraine
30 January, 2012   ▪   Zhanna Bezpiatchuk
Genevieve Garrigos, President of Amnesty International France, talks about how to defend human rights
27 January, 2012   ▪   Alla Lazareva
2012 bodes troubles for most of the world
26 January, 2012   ▪   Michael Binyon
Ronaldas Racinkas, who is tasked with providing a legal assessment of the crimes committed by totalitarian regimes against Lithuanians, speaks on his country’s successes and its failures in saying goodbye to its Soviet legacy
16 January, 2012   ▪   Roman Kabachіy
The nuclear arms race goes on, even though nuclear weapons are becoming less important
12 January, 2012   ▪   Bohdan Tsioupine
The self-proclaimed republic is preparing for its fifth presidential election. Is there a replacement for Igor Smirnov?
25 December, 2011   ▪   Igor Kruchik
Russian politician and historian Yurii Afanasiev talks about the Russian System and the pressure it exerts on Ukraine
23 December, 2011   ▪   Olena Chekan
The government is consolidating the Russian nation to build up “the military power of the state”
23 December, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
Cheap fuel may cost Belarus its sovereignty. Is Ukraine next?
12 December, 2011   ▪   Oles Oleksiyenko
Boris Nemtsov, Russian politician and a leader of the Solidarity opposition movement and People’s Freedom Party (PARNAS), talks about Yulia Tymoshenko’s case and the mistakes of Russian democrats
29 November, 2011   ▪   Olena Chekan
Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s attorney speaks about the foundations of the Soviet protest movement and the prospects of similar movements today, the hopes of the Russian opposition for Ukraine and possible ways to separate the judiciary from the executive in former Soviet republics.
7 November, 2011   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Two decades after Dzhokhar Dudayev proclaimed Chechnya’s independence from Russia, the Chechen Republic turned into a shining example of the Kremlin’s method of handling “collected” lands
7 November, 2011   ▪   Krystyna Kurczab-Redlich
Scandinavian anthropologist and sociologist Hans-Jørgen Wallin Weihe talks about historical traumas, college independence and existential challenges
29 October, 2011   ▪   Zhanna Bezpiatchuk
On September 11, 2011, the world was transformed and Ukraine was among the first to experience the changes
12 September, 2011   ▪   Dmytro Hubenko
Kalugin, currently a professor at the Center for Counterintelligence and Security Studies, speaks about Vladimir Putin’s use of Stalinist methods and the Russian Orthodox Church as a servant of the FSB
8 September, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Narodetskiy
The political party “Europe – Ecology – Greens” is one of France’s few political forces gaining a wider support base
2 September, 2011   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Riots entrench views rather than change minds
18 August, 2011   ▪   Edward Lucas
Poland has the Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) since July. Will Ukraine benefit from this?
1 August, 2011   ▪   Paweł Pieniążek
Russian myths about a “common victorious war” result from distorted terminology and historical facts
1 August, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
Paris does not resist a downpour of Russian money
1 August, 2011   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Estonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications Juhan Parts: “Building a new democratic state in Estonia and implementing e-government went hand in hand”
20 July, 2011   ▪   Hanna Trehub
The Kremlin is being forced to be creative to assure a landslide victory
15 July, 2011   ▪   Dmytro Kalynchuk
Looking at PACE President Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, one realises it is naïve to hope that politicians who easily find a common language with authoritarian regimes will unreservedly commit themselves to protecting human rights
5 July, 2011   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Siargei Vysotsky, leader of the Belarusian Freedom Party, speaks about Alexander Lukashenko’s dead end, anti-Russian sentiments and clerical servility
5 July, 2011   ▪   Artem Skoropadsky
David Cameron managed to maintain popularity of the British government. While the burden of dissatisfied voters was taken by Liberal Democrats
24 June, 2011   ▪   Michael Binyon
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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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