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11 MayWorld
Is there any chance for a peaceful settlement of the crisis?
1 MarchBreaking news
Deutsche Bank provided Ukraine a loan of EUR 529 million, which is secured with a Policy-Based Guarantee (PBG) from the World Bank
23 December, 2018Breaking news
The FBI seized the painting
9 December, 2018World
Why is there lack of understanding of character of conflict between Russia and Western world
28 September, 2018World
How Russia is building a network of influence in Slovakia
19 September, 2018Breaking news
A ban on the use of cultural products, namely movies, books, songs, etc., in the Russian language in the public has been introduced in Ukraine`s Lviv region
18 August, 2018Society
The influence of the World Cup on Russia's image
25 June, 2018Politics
The shadow of Kremlin’s prisoners over the 2018 World Cup
18 June, 2018World
The information background of the World Cup in Russia
9 May, 2017
What is it for the modern Ukraine?
16 May, 2016Society
Ukrainian calendar has obviously got some dates that are more problem-plagued than others. May events of the last two years, including the anniversary of Odesa tragedy and Victory Day, prove this true. On these days, the old world represented by elderly pensioners and pro-Russian Ukrainians clashes with the relatively new one represented by pro-Ukrainian youth
2 January, 2016Economics
Ukraine’s economy won’t have an easy time of it in 2016, either, but the reasons will be fundamentally different
21 October, 2015
American historian about propaganda and political manipulations as triggers of genocides in the 20th century
17 June, 2015History
Empires are fated to drag along with them a cast iron wreath of invincibility and lead chains of infallibility. An empire can never lose or make a mistake, otherwise, it’s not really an empire
12 May, 2015
The anniversary, instead of being a demonstration of peaceful aspirations, has been transformed into its opposite
12 May, 2015
Eastern Europe has become the term referring to alienation and despair of half of Europe, while exposing self-deception, complacency, and hypocrisy of the West
12 May, 2015History
The beginning and end of World War II brought about political collusions that greatly discredited the leaders of Western democracies
12 May, 2015World
The veterans fought for freedom and a better life in Europe. Can that peace and prosperity now endure in the face of so many new challenges?
19 August, 2014History
Ukrainian sociopolitical movement between the mid-19th and early 20th century seemed to involve only “conscious Ukrainians”. Even then, however, forces existed which had not yet actively declared their pro-Ukrainian nature but had huge sociopolitical potential
9 July, 2014
To Eastern and Central Europeans, football and sports at large was a substitute for political liberty, a token of symbolic participation in European historical narrative and culture
11 June, 2014
The invitation of Ukraine to the D-Day anniversary is not only commemoration of the heroes and martyrs, as well as those who survived WWII, but commitment to truth which we must introduce to our peers, and to our children
10 May, 2014News
On the eve of the Men’s Ice Hockey World Championship to take place on May 9-25, numerous opposition activists were arrested. As of May 9, at least 28 political inmates are kept at prison isolators in Minsk
21 October, 2013
Ex-Minister of Culture of Latvia, talks about the successes and challenges in integrating the Russian-speaking community in Latvian society
18 October, 2013World
Sarmīte Ēlerte, ex-Minister of Culture of Latvia, talks about the successes and challenges in integrating the Russian-speaking community in Latvian society
6 August, 2013Politics
The celebration of 1025 years of the christening of Kyiv Rus sums up the failure of Russia’s religious expansion in Ukraine headed by Patriarch Kirill
12 June, 2013News
Growth in Ukraine is to remain weak at 1.0 percent in 2013, up from 0.2 percent in 2012, World Bank predicts in its report “Global Economic Prospects. Less volatile, but lesser growth”.
17 May, 2013Politics
Why are Batkivshchyna and UDAR leaders celebrating a Ukrainian tragedy?
15 May, 2013History
Service in the Canadian army during World War II helped Ukrainian immigrants integrate into Canadian society and saved many from return to a certain death in the USSR
15 May, 2013History
The cult of WWII veterans was created under Brezhnev to instill the official version of the war into people’s minds and mask the fact that the state had neglected them in the first decade following the war
6 May, 2013News
Celebrating 9 May as Victory Day is Soviet legacy, says historian Volodymyr Viatrovych, chair of academic board at the Centre for Research on the Liberation Movement, in a commentary to The Ukrainian Week.
8 February, 2013History
For a large part of the Ukrainian population, Stalin’s “liberation from the Germans” was a mirror image of Hitler’s “liberation of Ukraine from the Bolsheviks” in 1941
8 February, 2013History
Philippe de Lara: “Totalitarian regimes are dead, but they continue to exert a strong influence on many countries and their cultures”
14 November, 2012History
Despite its image as an entrenched military-political entity, the UPA included a number of intellectuals and talented artists who remain little known today
12 November, 2012History
The sovietization of Western Ukraine in 1939-41 was a triumph of Bolshevik barbarity over the more cultured “liberated” population
2 November, 2012Culture
The theme of Ukrainian insurgency as a component of mass culture
1 November, 2012History
The absence of elementary living conditions and a regular supply system in the UPA was offset by active assistance from the local population
1 August, 2012History
In July 1942, the soviet command shamefully retreated from Sevastopol, leaving its defenders to the mercy of fate
21 May, 2012
The official soviet tradition of celebrating Victory Day as one of the greatest ‘red’ dates on the calendar was firmly entrenched under Leonid Brezhnev. In 1965, the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada issued a decree to announce 9 May a state holiday and a day-off for the first time after 1946. The grand celebration with military parades and patriotic elements was aimed at reviving and widely entrenching the myth of the Great Patriotic War and the great victory of the soviet nation.
3 May, 2012History
The aggravation of Russia–Latvia relations over history proves again that conflicts stemming from memories of WWII have not abated
14 March, 2012Society
Metropolitan Sofroniy Dmytruk talks about the intrigue surrounding the election of the Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate
27 February, 2012History
1942 saw the beginning of the mass deportation of people from Ukraine for forced labor in the Third Reich
23 October, 2011
A bona fide Ukrainian association has been closed in Russia, while numerous Russian organizations in Ukraine are blossoming despite their highly questionable practices
19 October, 2011
The communists and Nazis – not Jews, Ukrainians, Germans or Russians – were the criminals in the 1930s and the 1940s. Each of these nations lost millions, so any expiation is out of the question.
30 August, 2011History
During the retreat of the Red Army in the summer of 1941, NKVD troops committed mass executions of prisoners not only in Western Ukraine, but also in Vinnytsia, Kharkiv, and Crimea
12 April, 2011History
Thinking that Hitler was going to set up a puppet Ukrainian state in Transcarpathia and Galicia, the West did not support the formation of a new state - Carpathian Ruthenia
8 April, 2011History
While stigmatizing the liberation movements in Lithuania, Estonia, and Ukraine for their “collaborationism,” the Kremlin turns a blind eye to the large number of former White Guards who joined the SS and Wehrmacht in the 1940s
4 April, 2011Politics
Party of the Regions is now the main funnel for money from the Russian budget—and some local Ukrainian ones—in support of pro-Russian activities
14 March, 2011History
German historian Frank Golczewski talks about political technologies from the WWI era, how to build a new empire and the benefits of pluralism
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Vasiliy Nebenzya reacted to the U.S. diplomat's concern about the status of languages of national minorities in the occupied peninsula
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The Ukrainian Week discussed with the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada the likely scenarios of revenge and means of its prevention, as well as the results of the government’s activity over the past five years
yesterday, Dmitro Krapyvenko,
Ukraine has arrested an alleged major computer hacker who has been sought by the United States for years
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On pacifism as a servant of the aggressor
15 July, Yuriy Makarov,
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