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23 MarchWorld
German chancellor Olaf Scholz says Putin’s comments on US biological weapons seemed like an ‘implicit threat’
20 MarchHistory
It is us, Ukrainians, and all the citizens of this country, who must keep studying our own history. To defend our land and our country, we must know it better.
12 MarchBreaking news
Ukrainian troops with anti-tank weapons set ambushes, while their enemy slowly encircles cities to besiege them
3 MarchBreaking news
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forced more than a million people to flee their homeland in just a week
1 MarchBreaking news
Russian missiles and rockets have hit the cultural heart of Ukraine's second largest city in what officials said was a deadly and "cruel" attack
22 FebruaryBreaking news
Russian President recognised two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine as independent on Monday and ordered the Russian army to launch what Moscow called a peacekeeping operation into the area
17 FebruaryBreaking news
US president speaks as Kyiv and Moscow blame each other for shelling in eastern Donbas region
14 FebruaryBreaking news
There was uncertainty after Ukraine's UK ambassador said Kyiv was willing to be "flexible" over its ambition to join NATO - one of the reasons Russia has cited for amassing troops at the border
14 FebruaryWorld
Нow the United Kingdom assesses the new alliance with Ukraine and Poland
10 FebruaryBreaking news
NATO says the joint drills mark Russia's biggest deployment to ex-Soviet Belarus since the Cold War
9 February
What is known about the concentration of Russian troops
7 FebruaryBreaking news
White House believes Moscow has amassed at least 70% of firepower needed for mid-February invasion
31 JanuaryBreaking news
Washington to address ‘Russian aggression’, which Moscow dismisses as ‘PR stunt’ and more
27 JanuaryBreaking news
The United States has given Moscow its written response aimed at deterring a Russian invasion of Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced
24 JanuaryBreaking news
The UK has begun to withdraw staff from the British embassy in Ukraine amid warnings of a Russian invasion
20 JanuaryBreaking news
Baltic NATO allies Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia can now transfer American-made lethal weapons such as anti-armor and ground-to-air missiles to Ukraine
14 JanuaryBreaking news
In a third round of diplomacy on Eastern European security this week, Kremlin officials sounded an increasingly pessimistic note, though they did not close the door on future talks
10 JanuaryBreaking news
Russia said on Sunday it would not make concessions under U.S. pressure and warned that this week's talks on the Ukraine crisis might end early, while Washington said no breakthroughs were expected and progress depended on de-escalation from Moscow
4 JanuaryBreaking news
House intelligence chair: invasion might draw Nato closer Sanctions must be ‘at level Russia has never seen’ to deter Putin
27 December, 2021Breaking news
Russian president’s attention-seeking diplomatic demands speak to long-held grievances
23 December, 2021Breaking news
If confirmed, talks would begin a contentious effort to avert a Russian offensive in Ukraine this winter
20 December, 2021Breaking news
When the US intelligence community first picked up signs in the fall that Russia could be preparing a new attack on Ukraine, President Joe Biden directed his administration to act - and fast.
18 December, 2021World
How the November tragedy in the English Channel could change approaches to migration policy in the UK and the EU
16 December, 2021World
The Ukrainian Week discussed bilateral relations between Ukraine and France, position of Paris on the arms selling to Ukraine and possibility of President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Ukraine in the nearest future with French Ambassador to Ukraine
13 December, 2021Breaking news
Strategy of ‘not provoking Russia won’t work’, Kyiv defence minister Oleksii Reznikov tells
8 December, 2021Breaking news
The US says it is preparing "robust responses" over fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, after President Biden's rare talks with Vladimir Putin
4 December, 2021Breaking news
Would Putin get away with invading Ukraine again?
29 November, 2021Breaking news
There’s years of bad blood between President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Rinat Akhmetov
26 November, 2021Breaking news
Tensions have been rising again along the Russian-Ukrainian border, with Kyiv and Washington raising the alarm at what they say is an unusual build-up of Russian troops
22 November, 2021Breaking news
The Kremlin said it was "not exactly polite" of the US to accuse Russia of unusual military activity near Ukraine after Washington brought in American soldiers from overseas
16 November, 2021Breaking news
The head of Nato has urged Russia to be transparent about its military plans after an increase in the numbers of troops on its border with Ukraine
1 November, 2021Breaking news
The buildup of Russian troops on the country’s border with Ukraine over the past week has raised concerns among officials in the U.S. and Europe
28 October, 2021Breaking news
Ukrainian government forces have used a Turkish-supplied armed drone for the first time against Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, in a development condemned by the Kremlin
16 October, 2021World
What are the reasons for the deterioration of relations between the Western allies
11 October, 2021Breaking news
Over the past day, October 10, ten ceasefire violations by Russian-occupation troops were recorded in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) in eastern Ukraine
6 October, 2021Politics
How practical are the results of the visit of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to the United States and how is their implementation progressing?
4 October, 2021Breaking news
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has railed against politicians hiding wealth offshore but failed to disclose links to BVI firm
28 September, 2021World
Two major European countries, Germany and Russia, are electing a new parliament this month, yet only one of these elections will have an impact on Ukraine
21 September, 2021Breaking news
On the basis of the International Center for Peacekeeping and Security of the Hetman Petro Sahaidachnyi National Ground Forces Academy
16 September, 2021Breaking news
The press service of the community adds that law enforcement agencies are currently working at the scene
13 September, 2021Breaking news
The Ukrainian army is locked in a conflict with breakaway fighters in Donetsk and Lugansk that erupted after Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula in 2014
3 September, 2021Breaking news
He is finally getting his White House meeting, two years after his name became central to an investigation that led to former President Trump's first impeachment
23 August, 2021Breaking news
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged further peace talks on the situation in eastern Ukraine in her "farewell visit" to Kyiv before Germany's September election
16 August, 2021Breaking news
Police clashed with protesters from a nationalist party near the office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Saturday when they tried to break through a police cordon
5 August, 2021Breaking news
The chief of an NGO that provided aid to people fleeing Belarus was found hanged in Kyiv. His friends said he had been followed by "strangers."
30 July, 2021Breaking news
Without explanation, Ukraine took its signature off a statement asking China to let observers into Xinjiang to investigate allegations of persecution of Uyghurs
23 July, 2021Breaking news
Germany and the United States have announced a deal to allow the completion of a controversial Russian gas pipeline to Europe without the imposition of further US sanctions
15 July, 2021Breaking news
Volodymyr Zelensky has restated Ukraine’s position supporting the unity of China and Xi Jinping said China supported the territorial integrity of Ukraine
1 July, 2021Breaking news
Amid tensions surrounding the British destroyer off the annexed Crimean Peninsula, the Ukraine and the US have launched Black Sea drills with dozens of warships
23 June, 2021Breaking news
Long known as "the breadbasket of Europe", Ukraine is already one of the world's top agricultural exporters. Farmland reform may now enable the country to play a central role in the future of global food security
11 June, 2021Breaking news
UEFA HAS DEMANDED that Ukraine make changes to their jersey for Euro 2020 to remove a “political” slogan that sparked protests from Russia
11 June, 2021World
The Ukrainian Week met with the head of the US think tank The Potomac Foundation to discuss new US policies, countering authoritarian regimes, and Ukraine's strategic importance to European security
3 June, 2021Breaking news
Ukraine’s president is claiming that Russia has maintained a massive military presence near his country’s borders
24 May, 2021Breaking news
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy extended sanctions against companies and politicians blamed by Kyiv for involvement in Russian aggression against Ukraine
15 May, 2021Breaking news
The U.S. experts conducted a virtual training exercise with partners from Ukraine on detecting and responding to assassinations involving weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. Department of State said
10 May, 2021Breaking news
The Ukrainian side shared its lists in the winter
4 May, 2021Breaking news
Vilnius will never recognize Russia’s occupation of part of Ukraine’s territory and will make efforts to de-occupy these territories
27 April, 2021Breaking news
The talks about a new ceasefire in Ukraine are already "at the finish line," said President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. A meeting with Vladimir Putin was also on the cards
25 April, 2021History
About historical narratives and memory of Babyn Yar
24 April, 2021Breaking news
Russian Defense Minister Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced on April 22 that Russian troops would begin pulling back from positions close to the Ukrainian border and returning to their bases
19 April, 2021Breaking news
Russia on Saturday said it would expel a Ukrainian diplomat, prompting an immediate pledge of retaliation from Kyiv, further escalating tensions over Moscow's troop build-up on Ukraine's eastern flank.
14 April, 2021Breaking news
He called on Russia to "deescalate tensions," the White House said in a summary of the conversation
9 April, 2021Breaking news
Volodymyr Zelenskiy's visit came after reports of increased clashes with separatist forces and rising tensions with Russia.
9 April, 2021World
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
3 April, 2021Breaking news
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday accused Moscow of building up troops on his country's border as the United States warned Russia against "intimidating" Ukraine
27 March, 2021Breaking news
Near the village of Shumy, Toretsk City Council of Donetsk region on Friday
27 March, 2021Politics
What European Solidarity bet on in Odesa and why it worked
22 March, 2021Breaking news
Pro-Russian separatists have deployed more troops near the demarcation line defined in the Minsk agreement in eastern Ukraine
22 March, 2021Politics
While Odesa’s City Council gets to work, the Odesa Oblast Rada is drowning in scandals and remote counties live their own political life
19 March, 2021Breaking news
Over the past day, March 17, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas nine times
15 March, 2021Politics
How party-based election affected campaigns in small communities of Prykarpattia
10 March, 2021Breaking news
During a seed round, according to its co-founder Dmitry Norenko’s announcement on March 1
10 March, 2021Politics
How the Lviv media showed themselves in the conditions of keen political struggle in the city
6 March, 2021Breaking news
The Biden administration sees cleaning up corruption in Ukraine as the best protection against Russian influence
4 March, 2021Politics
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).
2 March, 2021Breaking news
The Pentagon appears to be making good on Washington's pledge to help Ukraine stand up to what the United States has described as "Russian aggression."
27 February, 2021Breaking news
If the government continues to pile up debt without necessary reforms, it will set its economy on the road to ruin.
24 February, 2021Politics
How civic movements evolve in the city that is a symbol of soviet industrialization of Ukraine
21 February, 2021Politics
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
18 February, 2021Breaking news
A recent IMF mission to Ukraine ended without reaching any decision on a new tranche. IMF concerns over Ukraine's anti-corruption efforts will increase the pressure on President Zelenskyy
15 February, 2021Politics
Is it possible to solve the problem of oligarchic influence on politics in the regions?
12 February, 2021Breaking news
Armoured cars are seen at Kyiv's Boryspil airport on March 25, 2015 during a welcoming ceremony of the first US plane delivery of non-lethal aid, including 10 Humvee vehicles
11 February, 2021Politics
On local elections and what they mean for Ukraine
8 February, 2021Breaking news
Kremlin-linked Ukrainian TV channels ZIK, NewsOne, and 112 were forced off the air by sanctions on February 2. President Zelenskyy said the move was justified by the need to "fight against the danger of Russian aggression in the information arena."
8 February, 2021Politics
Who got power in cities with a population over 100,000
5 February, 2021Politics
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
27 January, 2021World
Beijing’s blunt message to president-elect Joe Biden
11 January, 2021Breaking news
The United Kingdom supports the independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine and will continue to do so in the future
3 January, 2021Society
NATO-Ukraine relations in 2021
18 December, 2020Breaking 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
13 December, 2020
How can Biden undo the damage?
8 December, 2020Breaking news
The Moscow City Court on December 7 found Vasyl Vasylenko guilty of spying and sentenced him the same day.
8 December, 2020World
What is the significance of the strategic partnership agreement between Ukraine and the United Kingdom?
1 December, 2020Breaking news
According to the expert, it is necessary to develop competent communication with those countries that do not yet want to hear about the MAP for Ukraine so that they want to discuss this issue
1 December, 2020World
The Ukrainian Week has discussed the newest strategic agreement between Kyiv and London, bilateral partnership, and trade perspectives with Ambassador of the United Kingdom in Ukraine
17 November, 2020Breaking news
As Ukraine began 2020, the reform priorities for the country’s healthcare sector appeared to be clear
10 November, 2020Breaking news
Volodymyr Zelenskiy said in June he’d considered infecting himself to show people it’s "not the plague"
4 November, 2020Breaking news
Ukrainian National Guard serviceman Vitaliy Markiv, who was acquitted by the Milan Court of Appeals on November 3, is due to return to Ukraine on Wednesday, November 4
31 October, 2020Breaking news
Zelensky seeks to re-establish court that recently neutered powers of anti-corruption body
25 October, 2020Breaking news
Ukrainians are casting their ballots for members of local councils, heads of villages and towns, city mayors
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The culture of 'Muscovite Rus' came to form from two heterogeneous sources. The seed of the religious and artistic culture reached Muscovy from southeastern Europe (Byzantium, the Balkans) through Kyiv. On the other hand, the foundation of the political and legal culture came to Muscovy from 'Ulus Jöchi', better known as the Golden Horde. As a result, the Russian "spiritual culture" took the shape of a familiar European facade, behind which a non-European state infrastructure hid.
7 April, ,
German chancellor Olaf Scholz says Putin’s comments on US biological weapons seemed like an ‘implicit threat’
23 March, ,
It is us, Ukrainians, and all the citizens of this country, who must keep studying our own history. To defend our land and our country, we must know it better.
20 March, ,
86.6% of Russians tolerate and support the potential assault on the territory of the European Union, including: Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and others as evidenced by the results of the sociological survey conducted by “Active Group”
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