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Why economic decline of the liberated parts of the Donbas is dangerous
yesterday, Denys Kazanskyi
 
What will Ukraine rely on after any result of the election?
23 April , Dmitro Krapyvenko
How Donbas elected president after almost a decade break
21 April , Yelyzaveta Honcharova
Why sympathy with Russia is a threat for Ukraine and how it can be diminished
19 April , Maksym Vikhrov
The Donbas and especially the Luhansk Oblast have remained to be the domain of the pro-Russian forces, although the electoral map of the region has changed significantly
17 April , Denys Kazanskyi
Other Publications
What is happening with documentaries during the revival of Ukrainian cinematography
10 April, Олеся Анастасьєва
What system they are trying to restore in Russia today
8 April, Stanislav Kulchytsky
How dissidents were punished in an era of a “real socialism”
6 April, Любов Крупник
What the structure of investments in the economy of Ukraine signals about
4 April, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Economic decline is destroying occupied Donbas even faster than the armed conflict at this point
2 April, Denys Kazanskyi
The Ukrainian Week publishes general information about the victims and those killed during the Maidan for the entire time of the protests
31 March, Stanislav Kozliuk
With the most number of skyscrapers, greatest kung fu stars and longest Diamond Vision television screen, the “Fragrant Harbor” wants to become a regional innovation hub
30 March, Yaroslava Kutsai
How the current and former leadership of the self-declared republics in occupied Donbas see the upcoming elections for President of Ukraine
29 March, Denys Kazanskyi
Electoral preferences according to the map
28 March, Roman Malko
Why we cannot allow the newly introduced electricity trade market to turn into a handy tool of concealing deep problems in the sector?
27 March, Oleksandr Kramar
Why government oversight over big business is just as important as privatization
25 March, Maksym Vikhrov
The Ukrainian Week spoke to Halyna and Lesya Telnyuk about how contemporary Shevchenko and Stus are today, the artistic comprehension of the Maidan, and the lessons of the Revolution of Dignity
24 March,
What measures Europe can apply to former ISIS militants
22 March, Michael Binyon
What is unique about Ukrainian migration and how it impacts national identity
20 March, Світлана Одинець
What makes it so hard to assess the impact of the Revolution of Dignity on Ukrainian society today
18 March, Andriy Holub
How Yevhen Konovalets managed the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists as it turned to follow the course of Halychyna youth
17 March, Sviatoslav Lypovetsky
What are the main candidates for president proposing in their platforms and how have these changed from what they proposed five years ago
15 March, Andriy Holub
Why Ukraine’s parties are not social lifts and will never be, so unless they change fundamentally
13 March, Roman Malko
Parliament and Ukrainian presidential election: action and reaction
11 March, Roman Malko
Breaking news
President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Wednesday that makes it easier for those living in eastern Ukraine's separatist territories to access a Russian passport
yesterday
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№ 4 (134) - April-2019
  • Fri, 28 Sep 2018 09:00
    OldCarLand

    Expocenter Ukraine
    (prospekt Akademika Hlushkova 1, Kyiv)
    Aficionados of unusual cars are all abuzz about the last days of September this year, when one of the biggest tech fests takes place in Ukraine’s capital. At this 9th OldCarLand exhibition, hundreds of unique automobiles of all ages will come together from every corner of the country. The oldest car at the festival will be more than 80 years old, others were only made for a very short time, so many of them are the only examples of the particular model still around. Little guests to this festival of cars can join a race on kids’ sized pedal cars and many master classes.

  • Fri, 21 Sep 2018 18:00
    Odesa JazzFest

    Odesa Oblast Philharmonic Hall
    (vul. Bunina 15, Odesa)
    Odesa loves to usher in the fall with jazz. This year’s JazzFest celebrates its coming of age, 18 years in Ukraine’s lively city on the Black Sea. Ten bands from 10 countries will fill its sunny streets with improvisations and experimental jazz over the course of three days. In addition to the already traditional presence of bands from Ukraine, Lithuania, Austria, Greece, and Norway, jazz musicians from Czechia, Korea and Israel will join the roster this year. Every day of the festival, listeners can expect new interpretations and unforgettable impressions.

  • Tue, 18 Sep 2018 19:00
    Myroslav Skoryk

    National Philharmonic Hall
    (Volodymyrskiy Uzviz 2, Kyiv)
    This unique evening of classical music with Ukraine’s best composer and winner of the Shevchenko Award, Myroslav Skoryk, should please the most demanding listener. The legendary composer will be accompanied by the National Academic Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Volodymyr Sirenko. Soloists are Valeria Tulis (soprano), Marko Komonko (violin), and Ihor Leshchyshyn (oboe). The program includes the Grand Overture, Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra, Ukrainian wedding songs for soprano and orchestra, the Carpathian Concerto, and the world premiere of Skoryk’s Concerto #10 for Violin and Orchestra.

  • Mon, 17 Sep 2018 20:00
    Andrukhovych and Karbido

    Ukrainian Radio Recording Studio
    (vul. Leonida Pervomaiskoho 5-6, Kyiv)
    Here’s an evening of literature and music with a twist: Yuriy Andrukhovych presents his new album Lithography with the Polish band Karbido. According to Andrukhovych, the band plays a unique blend of jazz, avant-garde and his poetry in a series about his hometown of Ivano-Frankivsk, once known as Stanislav. This new album already premiered in Poland to wide critical acclaim, so the home audience can look forward to the excitement of the Andrukhovych-Karbido national tour in nine cities.

  • Sat, 15 Sep 2018 19:00
    Kuzma 50

    Arena Lviv
    (vul. Striyska 199, Lviv)
    Andriy Kuzmenko, front man of the Skriabin band, would have been 50 years old. And although Kuzma is no longer with us, Ukraine celebrates the birthday of its beloved musician. The band’s songs have long been national hits and will be performed by more than 20 well-known artists. “Kuzma lives in his songs and his fellow musicians decided to make this a birthday gift to his memory: a major concert in Lviv,” say the organizers. “Kuzma would definitely have been celebrating here with us.”

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