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All the materials marked with tag: energy dependence
10 MarchEconomics
What threatening consequences for the country may the new course in energy policy have?
25 July, 2018Economics
How corrupt oligarchic lobbying by a Russian monopoly on Ukraine’s electricity market is destroying the country’s energy security and making Ukrainians pay more for energy than they should
14 March, 2016Economics
Alternative energy, which has already become a separate sector in developed countries, remains in its infancy in Ukraine and is under the careful eye of the country’s oligarchs
14 March, 2016Economics
Ukraine’s energy sector is going through a sea change that, if successful, should eliminate dangerous dependence on foreign suppliers within a few years
20 March, 2015Economics
How Ukraine can survive the next heating season without Russian gas and coal
24 December, 2014Economics
Russia’s energy war and devaluation of hryvnia will force Ukrainians to use gas and electricity differently
29 June, 2014Economics
Complicated negotiations may result in complete Russian gas cut-off for Ukraine, but they show how vulnerable the Kremlin actually is
11 June, 2014World
EBRD priorities are gradually shifting away from Russia. The investor is setting sights on Ukraine and has already renewed public sector lending
11 June, 2014World
The EU is beginning to take concrete action against its excessive dependence on Russian gas
4 April, 2014Security
The energy sector was always the sore spot that Russia hit every time Ukraine went “too far” in exercising its independence. And the Kremlin was always able to bring the “unruly” Ukrainians into line again. This is how it was, but now things have changed: Ukrainians are no longer afraid of pain and have a chance to fundamentally reform the energy sector in the interests of society. The Ukrainian Week talks to Mykhailo Honchar, one of the few Ukrainian experts who view this sector from the standpoint of Ukrainian society and national security rather than personal gain
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The Ukrainian Week met with General (ret.) Ben Hodges, former commander of United States Army Europe, now a Pershing Chair in Strategic Studies at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) to discuss possible Russian attack on Ukraine, Western answer on such actions, and the problems of the Black Sea region
yesterday, Yuriy Lapayev,
Missile defence operators had failed to recalibrate their systems, Tehran says
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With European Union destinations still off-limits for Ukrainian tourists, the country’s own Black Sea and Azov Sea resorts are experiencing an early summer boom as Ukrainians seek out holiday options closer to home
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Why racial problems split British society
9 July, Michael Binyon,
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