|6 March, 2020||Politics|
The strategic winners and losers at Normandy
|24 March, 2019||Breaking news|
A French navy warship has been docked in the Ukrainian port city of Odesa since March 23, making it the second NATO ship to visit Ukraine since the beginning of this year
|12 February, 2019||World|
French “Yellow Vest” protests shake loose EU
|28 December, 2018||Breaking news|
The leaders of Germany and France are pressing Russia to release Ukrainian sailors captured over a month ago in time for the new year and Orthodox Christmas
|29 October, 2018||Society|
At least 2.5 million Ukrainians live in the EU. A recent study looks at the motivations and expectations of the latest wave of Ukrainian emigration to France
|17 October, 2018||Breaking news|
“The King of the Castle” forged death certificates to evade capture while living the high life in a Burgundy chateau surrounded by works of Salvador Dali and a vintage Rolls Royce Phantom
|15 August, 2018||World|
The Ukrainian Week talked with French cybersecurity expert Christine Dugoin-Clément about mechanisms for fighting fake news, the prospects for certifying true information, and the likelihood of separating propaganda from journalism once and for all.
|26 April, 2018|
French political analyst Nicolas Tenzer about the diplomatic crisis between the West and Russia, the state of Franco-Russian relations, and the prospects for reviving negotiations in the Normandy format
|1 September, 2016||World|
In the face of multiple challenges, the focus goes on security. The nature of political response, however, is at least equally important
|17 October, 2014|
Big businesses in France have significant investments in Russia. EU restrictions are causing losses. Yet, they are not planning to leave the Russian market
|29 March, 2014|
The ideas of 1789 – liberty, equality and fraternity – made an indelible impression on the memories of nations and many democratic constitutions to this very day. The same fate also awaits the ideas of the EuroMaidan: liberty, dignity and truth.
|14 December, 2013|
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has obviously not been to the Maidan in Kyiv – nor is he planning on a visit, unlike German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle or the Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland. Both have traveled to Ukraine for meetings and made subsequent declarations.
|24 September, 2013|
Laurent Bouvet talks to The Ukrainian Week about the crisis of modern left-wing parties in Europe before his lecture at the Ye Bookstore
|12 August, 2013||News|
The survey of 4,500 hoteliers named the British as the worst tourists in Europe, but the French the worst worldwide. Center For Strategic and International Studies writes.
|23 January, 2013|
If jus soli and jus sanguinis are in the past, what makes a nation what it is?
|2 June, 2012||World|
Bernard Kouchner, former French Foreign Minister: "If you want to live in a better world, it's all possible in the EU"
|31 May, 2012||World|
“Share everything!” “No more lay-offs!” “Away with NATO!” “No to global capital!” These and other similar, moth-eaten slogans are brought back by the fans of the hammer and sickle in the run-up to every election in France. And although Paris’ threadbare “red belt” is gradually shrinking, the country still has plenty of die-hard communists
|31 May, 2012||World|
Michel Wieviorka told The Ukrainian Week about the reasons for François Hollande election success, sociological intervention and terrorism as a loss of sense
|7 May, 2012||World|
A renowned French researcher of the post-Soviet political space shares her ideas about the probability of repressions in Russia, prospects of new revolutions, and the causes of future misunderstandings between Kyiv and Moscow.
|16 April, 2012||World|
Marc-Olivier Padis talks about European multiculturalism and political controversies between France and Germany
|5 February, 2012||World|
French writer and diplomat Stéphane Hessel wrote a book, Time for Outrage, which has sold millions of copies and inspired youth protests across the world
|16 January, 2012||Politics|
French MP Christian Vanneste twice submitted a proposal to the French National Assembly to consider a bill on recognizing the Ukrainian Holodomor as genocide against the Ukrainian people. In 2009, the European Parliament recognized this tragic event of 1932-33 as a crime against humanity, but the French legislature did not follow suit.
|7 September, 2011||Politics|
Alain Rémy is the most likely candidate to replace Jacques Faure as France’s ambassador to Ukraine
|1 September, 2011||Politics|
Jacques Faure, Ambassador of France to Ukraine: “European public opinion will hardly understand signing an Association Agreement with Ukraine as if nothing had happened and nothing was going on”
|30 August, 2011|
The communication campaign launched to discredit the opponents of Tymoshenko’s trial did not just fail. It backfired