Marieluise Beck: "The problem is that this thinking – German's guilt towards Russia – is so deeply rooted in our political memory"
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).
|23 February||Breaking news|
The German government has allocated EUR 10 million for the development of social services and support for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in communities in eastern Ukraine
|18 December, 2020||Breaking news|
Ukraine and Germany have signed an agreement on financial cooperation, which provides for the allocation of a EUR 214.6 million loan on special terms
|22 October, 2020||Breaking news|
Anka Feldhuzen believes that Ukraine's activity in the Trilateral Contact Group will help unblock the negotiation process
|25 August, 2020||Breaking news|
The German foreign minister is in Ukraine to help along a potential peace deal in the country’s turbulent east. The current ceasefire there has held for nearly a month.
|12 May, 2020||Breaking news|
Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany Andriy Melnyk has said
|6 March, 2020||Politics|
The strategic winners and losers at Normandy
|31 January, 2019||Breaking news|
Petrenko informed the German side about the security situation
|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
|5 October, 2018||Culture|
The passage of the German-Ukrainian Year of Languages
|2 September, 2018||Breaking news|
Lviv, once a major center of Jewish life in Eastern Europe, is commemorating the 75th anniversary of the annihilation of the city's Jewish population by Nazi Germany and honoring those working today to preserve what they can of that vanished world
|18 July, 2016||World|
What kind of a leader is Germany between the US, China and Russia? How do German politicians view their country’s role in the world? The Ukrainian Week spoke about this to Stephen Szabo, Executive Director of the Washington-based Transatlantic Academy
|18 July, 2016||World|
Germany and Russia are the two states whose relations of the past 250 years have been defining the fate of Europe in general, and Ukraine in particular
|28 June, 2014|
“With the current crisis, it is seen in Berlin as key for German foreign policy not to act on its own, but in conjunction with others”
The Ukrainian Week speaks to Susan Stewart from the Berlin-based SWP research center about the reasons for Germany’s ambivalence in the current Ukrainian crisis, Poland’s role as the geopolitical player in the region, and Euro-Atlantic relations
|22 May, 2014||World|
Roderick Parkes: “The splits in the EU are completely different this time compared to the ones I’ve seen in the past”
The Ukrainian Week talks to Roderick Parkes, EU programme coordinator at the Polish Institute of International Affairs, about how united the EU is on resisting Russia, Germany’s idea of federalization, and how the current crisis has impacted the relations between Germany and Poland
|26 January, 2014||Politics|
At this critical moment, the European Union is tarrying unacceptably in finding ways to influence the situation in Ukraine
|15 November, 2013||Economics|
A failed Association Agreement: German economy is striving towards investing in Ukraine, but faces many obstacles
|16 October, 2013||News|
Germany’s trade, financial, and investment policies towards Russia, notably on the issue of natural gas, have contributed to re-shaping the post-Soviet Eastern European geo-economic landscape. As a result, Ukraine could become a hostage of Berlin’s recent Ostpolitik, Andreas Umland, DAAD Associate Professor of Political Science, National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy admits in his article for The Foreign Policy Journal.
|24 September, 2013||News|
European experts comment on Germany’s policy towards Russia and Ukraine after the parliamentary election
Andrey Makarychev, Professor at the Institute of Government and Politics in Estonia, presents the European expert insight into Germany’s policy towards Russia and Ukraine after the 22 September parliamentary election at PONARS Eurasia.
|24 September, 2013|
How the September 22 Bundestag election will affect Berlin’s policy towards Ukraine
|31 May, 2013||Society|
The emerging strategic competition between Germany and Russia will be based on contrasting principles of governance, rule of law, human rights, and economic discipline that will impact on the entire continent.
|23 May, 2013||News|
Ukraine is trying to explain Berlin the advantages of Association Agreement signing for Germany and for EU, writes EurActiv.
|21 May, 2012||History|
The Treaty of Rapallo between the Weimar Republic and Soviet Russia paved the way to a revival of German military power after the First World War
|23 December, 2011||Culture|
Modern German-language drama is coming onto Kyiv theater stages. Foreign authors are largely looking to answer the question, “Who am I?” as they, sometimes provocatively, address the critical issue of identity – something Ukrainians themselves are grappling with
|3 February, 2011||World|
Hans-Georg Wieck, ex-chief of the German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) speaks about the situation in Belarus, Germany’s dream of having a stable Russia, and advice he gave to Eduard Shevardnadze.