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How experience and venal calculus are turning some Ukrainians away from liberal reforms
5 July, 2018   ▪   Maksym Vikhrov
How to solve one of the country's most difficult problems and why the state is stubbornly unwilling to do so
3 July, 2018   ▪   Roman Malko
Sociologist Iryna Bekeshkina tells The Ukrainian Week why populism is on the rise in Ukraine and what is influencing Ukrainian voters most of all
29 June, 2018   ▪   Iryna Bekeshkina
Why Ukrainian sport did not become part of the legal economy
27 June, 2018   ▪   Ivan Verbytskiy
How to overcome Russian cultural domination
21 June, 2018   ▪   Denys Kazanskyi
How the media helped pave the way for Russkiy Mir in the independent Ukraine
6 June, 2018   ▪   Dmytro Krapyvenko
At the end of April, the Ministry of Information Policy published results of polls from Donetsk Oblast. According to organizers, they were conducted on both sides of the conflict line
30 May, 2018   ▪   Andriy Holub
The appointment of a new ombudswoman revealed that the law on this representative figure needs to be changed to protect the post from political influence
28 May, 2018   ▪   Hanna Chabarai
On May 16, Ukrainian filmmaker currently jailed in Russia as a political prisoner went on a hunger strike. In a public letter he wrote that he would only stop the strike if all 64 Ukrainian prisoners jailed in Russia for politically-motivated grounds are released
24 May, 2018   ▪   Stanislav Kozliuk
Why are Ukrainian users more and more often finding themselves banned by Facebook?
21 May, 2018   ▪   Yuriy Lapayev
How Russian lobbyism works in sports
17 May, 2018   ▪   Ivan Verbytskiy
The volunteer movement and civic activists have won the trust of most Ukrainians. Still, the number of people in Ukraine that join their initiatives remains small
26 April, 2018   ▪   Andriy Holub
How a volunteer project explores and transforms the country
20 April, 2018   ▪   Roman Malko
Chair of the Seminar of Health Sciences and Health Policy at the University of Lucerne and Director of Swiss Paraplegic Research about why rehabilitation will take a crucial place in modern societies and healthcare, how it helps national economies and how long a healthcare reform takes
19 April, 2018   ▪   Anna Korbut
The "DPR government" has announced its intention to flood the closed Young Communard mine in Yenakiyeve. 40 years ago, nuclear tests were carried out in it, and nobody knows today what the consequences would be if groundwater erodes the radioactive rock
16 April, 2018   ▪   Denys Kazanskyi
What threats face Ukraine if a fragmented Verkhovna Rada is elected that does not represent the interests of the majority of Ukrainians?
23 March, 2018   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
The good, the bad and the ugly about emigration from Ukraine—and some surprising numbers
28 February, 2018   ▪   Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Compared to many other countries in Europe, Ukraine’s religious life is very active, although there is no state religion. So how do politics and religion work together here?
26 February, 2018   ▪   Hanna Trehub
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate is expanding its influence and propaganda in Donbas
26 February, 2018   ▪   Yelyzaveta Honcharova
Why migration from Ukraine rises and won’t stop any time soon
14 February, 2018   ▪   Maksym Vikhrov
How Ukraine’s talk shows work
14 February, 2018   ▪   Ihor Korolenko
In a recent poll, Razumkov Center, a sociology group, has found that 73% of Ukrainians fully or partly agree with the statement that political parties which spend a long time in power always have tainted reputation. So they only believe new political forces and their leaders
2 February, 2018   ▪   Andriy Holub
Trends in Donbas given the whirlwind of socio-economic changes and the background of permanent conflict on the front
2 February, 2018   ▪   Yelyzaveta Honcharova
2017 was not exceptional nor a turning point in Ukrainian politics. However, it exposed the threats behind the bustle of its main players much more clearly
1 February, 2018   ▪   Andriy Holub
For Ukrainians incarcerated in the occupied territories and in the Russian Federation itself, things could get much worse in 2018. Only serious international pressure is likely to make Moscow release these political prisoners
23 January, 2018   ▪   Oleksandra Matviychuk
What will change for teachers and students in 2018
10 January, 2018   ▪   Lilia Hrynevych
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