Saturday, May 8
Укр Eng
Log In Register
PoliticsNeighboursEconomicsSocietyCultureHistoryScienceOpinionsArchive
Top Article
The Ukrainian Week met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Takashi KURAI to discuss the cooperation between our countries, areas for further economic development and the importance of the Crimean matter
27 April, Yuriy Lapayev
 
About historical narratives and memory of Babyn Yar
25 April , Omid Nouripour
Why Russia is interested in the transferring of "Motor Sich" to Chinese business
24 April ,
Will vaccination successes return the United Kingdom to pre-quarantine?
14 April , Michael Binyon
The Ukrainian Week met with the Commander of NATO Allied Land Commander to discuss prospects for developing NATO-Ukraine partnerships, training the Armed Forces, and current challenges for the allies
9 April , Yuriy Lapayev
Other Publications
While Odesa’s City Council gets to work, the Odesa Oblast Rada is drowning in scandals and remote counties live their own political life
22 March,
How Russia is turning occupied Crimea into a military base
16 March,
How party-based election affected campaigns in small communities of Prykarpattia
15 March,
How the Lviv media showed themselves in the conditions of keen political struggle in the city
10 March,
How the emergence of a new strain has impacted the fight against coronavirus disease in the United Kingdom
7 March, Michael Binyon
The Ukrainian Week has discussed preservation of historical memory, Germany's historical responsibility, and the political aspects of Nord Stream 2 construction with the former Bundestag Member and the co-founder of think-tank Center for Liberal Modernity (Zentrum Liberale Moderne).
4 March, Olha Vorozhbyt
Local election shows that the era of political monopoly in Luhansk Oblast is drawing to an end
2 March,
How realistic are expectations that the younger generation will be able to change the quality of local politics
27 February,
How civic movements evolve in the city that is a symbol of soviet industrialization of Ukraine
24 February,
Despite strong representation in Parliament, Sluha Narodu in Khmelnytskyi essentially lost the ability to seriously influence political life in the region after the local election
21 February,
What the newly elected county councils will do and what conflicts this can trigger
18 February,
Is it possible to solve the problem of oligarchic influence on politics in the regions?
15 February,
What changes in the policy of the two countries can be caused by the coronavirus pandemic
13 February,
On local elections and what they mean for Ukraine
11 February, Olha Aivazovska
Who got power in cities with a population over 100,000
8 February,
The 2020 Ukrainian local elections brought Kherson region not only new forms of campaigning, but also new faces in politics
5 February,
The Chairman of the Subcommittee of the Council on Administrative and Territorial Organization on the reform of decentralization, political allies and the possibility to change the Constitution in 2021
5 February, Andriy Holub
How official exit from the European Union has affected the United Kingdom
1 February, Michael Binyon
Beijing’s blunt message to president-elect Joe Biden
27 January,
Breaking news
Vilnius will never recognize Russia’s occupation of part of Ukraine’s territory and will make efforts to de-occupy these territories
4 May
Print Edition
№ 3 (145) - March - 2020
  • Fri, 07 Jun 2019 00:00
    QUEEN SHOW starring MARC MARTEL

    Palats Ukraina National Palace of the Arts
    (vul. Velyka Vasylkivska 103, Kyiv)
    The music of legendary Queen continues to live, not only in the hearts and memories of its fans, but also on the stage. No one will ever replace the charismatic Freddie Mercury, but Mac Martel is one of those performers who know how to convey the mood and personality of Queen’s hits unusually well. It’s not for nothing that he’s called the vocal twin of the group’s famed singer. Martel will perform such eternal hits as The Show must go on, We Will Rock You and Bohemian Rhapsody. In fact, Bohemian Rhapsody has been declared the most popular composition of the 20th century!

  • Fri, 31 May 2019 00:00
    Children Film Fest 2019

    Cinemas across Ukraine
    Kyiv, Lviv, Odesa, Mariupol, Vinnytsia, Lutsk, Mykolayiv, and more
    The annual Children’s Film Fest has become a nice tradition, coming for the fifth time to various corners of Ukraine. Over the course of 10 days, both new products from the movie industry and the best of world classics will be broadcast. Viewers will have a unique opportunity to vote for the 2019 best film and we guarantee there will be really something to choose from! The program includes a number of surprises, both family and animation films such as The Stolen Princess, Zoo, Room 2013, Casper and Emma at the Theater, and more.

  • Tue, 25 Sep 2018 19:00
    Antitila

    Antitila
    Lviv Arena
    (vul. Striyska 199, Lviv)
    Lviv, Poltava, Odesa, Kharkiv and Kyiv—these are the lucky cities that will be included in the grand tour of Antitila [Antibody] this year. The Ukrainian band has been preparing for more than a year for this musical journey in honor of the debut of their new album, Hello. Since Antitila will also celebrate its 10th birthday, fans can expect an extra amazing program, lighting and sound. And of course, in addition to new songs, the evening will present some the band’s best hits, including TDMYe and Lovy Moment.

Advertising
 
Copyright © Ukrainian Week LLC. All rights reserved.
Reprint or other commercial use of the site materials is allowed only with the editorial board permission.
Legal disclaimer Accessibility Privacy policy Terms of use Contact us