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9 June, 2014Society
Without grassroots organization and political parties funded by membership dues, Ukrainians will find themselves disappointed once again by self-serving political leaders. Even worse, the country could face further degradation or loss of sovereignty
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
30 March, 2012Politics
Ukraine has an objective demand for a right-centre alternative aiming at liberating and supporting private initiative, radical separation between government and business, and the rapid de-sovietisation of society
31 December, 2011Politics
The recent scandal over a “coup inside the BYuT” shows that the government’s expectation that Yulia Tymoshenko’s isolation would cause her political force to make mistakes is already becoming a reality
26 December, 2011
The political matrix of Central and Eastern Europe opening up the political space for a bipartisan system with no authentic niche left for the liberals, allowed some catch-it-all or pocket parties set up by the new tycoons and those seeking political revenge to pass for liberal forces — and this was the real tragedy
15 July, 2011World
The Kremlin is being forced to be creative to assure a landslide victory
29 March, 2011Politics
It’s time for Ukrainians to demand open-list voting to enable local party members to influence the way these lists are filled and to get involved in the political decision-making process
15 March, 2011Society
The west won't tolerate fascism among its own, but is ready to tolerate it wuth Russia
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Running out of options, Donald Trump touted one of his newer talking points this morning, publishing a tweet that Ukraine didn’t know that the White House was withholding military aid
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Will Ukraine’s new authorities be able to use populism to ruin democracy and usurp power?
today, Maksym Vikhrov,
Among others, it is internet providers who are getting recruited by security operatives
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The Ukrainian Week talks with one-time speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, acting president, and secretary of Ukraine’s National Security Council, about shifts in the nature of the war and informational security, and the rise of conservative trends in modern politics
day before yesterday, Dmitro Krapyvenko,
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