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26 July, 2019Politics
How the branches of power live and interact after the presidential election
29 May, 2019Society
Electrical coops are the way to really get oligarchs out of the power sector
20 November, 2015
Power of the People leader on how to win an election without serious cash
9 September, 2013News
A new study by independent conflict researchers describes a heavy volume of traffic in the past two years from Ukraine’s Oktyabrsk port, just up the Black Sea coast from Odessa, to Syria’s main ports on the Mediterranean, Jobby Warrick writes for The Washington Post
24 July, 2013Politics
The Yanukovych regime does not realize all the risks of de-legitimization in the eyes of the people
23 July, 2013Politics
The “win at any cost” alternative could well be a scenario whereby Viktor Yanukovych will become prime minister with extensive powers, should he lose the 2015 presidential election
9 July, 2013News
“Most of Ukraine’s regional policymakers and populations probably wouldn’t object to decentralization… For the Yanukovych Family to give up power is to commit political and economic suicide.”
10 April, 2013
Niccolò Machiavelli seems to have been one of the most enigmatic and misunderstood thinkers and writers in Europe.
8 February, 2013World
The stark contrast between Western and Russian understanding of “soft power” has become evident during President Vladimir Putin’s third presidency. For the Kremlin, “soft power” is part of its arsenal of foreign policy tools designed to re-integrate Russia’s neighbors around a Moscow orbit.
23 May, 2012Security
Continuing its cooperation with Russia in the nuclear engineering sector, the Ukrainian government is putting the country at risk and could repeat the mistake of Chornobyl
30 March, 2012Security
Professor Abbas Milani, Director of Iranian Studies at Stanford University told The Ukrainian Week about Iranian nuclear programme, the nature of Iranian anti-Americanism and the basis of regime’s sustainability
28 March, 2012
The results of stress tests run at Ukraine’s nuclear power stations are comforting but fail to explain why the facilities' equipment malfunctions so often
12 January, 2012World
The nuclear arms race goes on, even though nuclear weapons are becoming less important
17 August, 2011Economics
The draft update of the Energy Strategy of Ukraine through 2030 places major emphasis on developing the electrical power industry sector on the foundation of the coal and nuclear industries
5 August, 2011
Iran’s Nuclear Program could add fuel to the Middle East Arms Race
18 May, 2011World
Neither geopolitical factors, nor the prospect of earning enormous money for lobbying someone else's interests should play a role in choosing the provider of nuclear resources and technologies. Security is what matters most. Government, not enterprises, should decide how to implement energy-saving-technologies and how to development alternative energy. That is what can be learned from the British experience
7 April, 2011Economics
Mankind cannot afford to abandon nuclear energy but should change its approach to the way it is used
13 March, 2011Politics
Fight corruption only leads to its growing if citizens pin all their hopes on “wise rulers” and sit back, while continuing to give and accept bribes in the meantime
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Prosecutor claims Petro Poroshenko was involved in financing of Russian-backed separatists in 2014-15
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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
14 January, ,
The Ukrainian Week met with Dalia Marin, Professor of International Economics at TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich to discuss the pandemic impact on the economy, opportunities for Ukraine and challenges of influence of fourth technical revolution
12 January, ,
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
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