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After decades of triumph, democracy is losing ground. What is behind the reversal?
30 July, 2018   ▪   The Economist
The Ukrainian Week discussed the characteristics of information warfare in the Crimea, the prospects of civil journalism and the danger of information control over the peninsula with the researcher from Citizen Lab, University of Toronto
23 July, 2018   ▪   Alla Lazareva
The Ukrainian Week met with Estonia’s President Kersti Kaljulaid during her visit on May 22-26 to speak about the response of the international community to Russia’s aggressive behavior, the latest challenges in US-EU relations, Estonia’s model of comprehensive cyber hygiene, and Narva’s bid for the European Capital of Culture status as a chance to walk out of the post-Soviet and post-industrial identification.
30 June, 2018   ▪   Anna Korbut
After the US withdrawal from the Iran treaty, indignant EU governments are looking for new ways to keep agreements with Tehran
24 June, 2018   ▪   Michael Binyon
Hungary and Poland are challenging the EU’s commitment to liberal democracy
22 June, 2018   ▪   The Economist
What happened to President Macron in Saint Petersburg?
19 June, 2018   ▪   Philippe de Lara
The information background of the World Cup in Russia
18 June, 2018   ▪   Ivan Verbytskiy
Why Great Britain is losing clout on the international arena
8 June, 2018   ▪   Michael Binyon
The Ukrainian Week asks American think-tankers and diplomats three questions: 1. Is Ukraine seen as part of Russia’s sphere of influence in the US? 2. Why a part of the American establishment believes that Ukraine should be attributed to Russia’s orbit? 3. What can Ukraine do to counter this approach?
21 May, 2018   ▪   Anna Korbut
How the re-election of Vladimir Putin revealed Russia’s weaknesses and can benefit Ukraine
26 April, 2018   ▪   Maksym Vikhrov
New details of the accusations against Paul Manafort reveal the side jobs of retired European high-ranking officials
16 April, 2018   ▪   Olha Vorozhbyt
How did a one-time hawkish Reagan aide become Putin’s favorite congressman?
28 February, 2018   ▪   Yuriy Lapayev
The champions of global competition, including in military AI technology
15 February, 2018   ▪   Olha Teplytska
How the Kremlin is building up its presence in the Middle East
7 December, 2017   ▪   Michael Binyon
Why the Kremlin needs private military companies
20 September, 2017   ▪   Yuriy Lapayev
How the Russian opposition sees Ukraine
19 September, 2017   ▪   Denys Kazanskyi
Alyaksandr Lukashenka has recognized the danger emanating from Russia. So far, it’s been covert, but the signs are serious
15 March, 2017   ▪   Siarhei Pulsha
The blockade of the occupied parts of the Donbas is a consequence of the irresponsible actions of the top leadership in Ukraine and their imitation war against Russia. The legal side of this confrontation could have a decisive impact
15 March, 2017   ▪   Volodymyr Vasylenko
Romanian Social Democrats won elections by a landslide but face stiff resistance from society whentrying to stop the anti-corruption drive
17 February, 2017   ▪   Sorin Ioniţă
In 2017, Ukraine will be a major test of conscience that will force democratic countries to an uneasy choice among values
26 January, 2017   ▪   Oksana Syroyid
Banker and chess grandmaster based in Lviv on life and business in Ukraine
24 October, 2016   ▪   Yaroslava Kutsai
How Europe is preparing for the possible presidency of Donald Trump
19 September, 2016   ▪   Michael Binyon
In the face of multiple challenges, the focus goes on security. The nature of political response, however, is at least equally important
1 September, 2016   ▪   Philippe de Lara
A short history of attempts to restore the Georgian monarchy
31 August, 2016   ▪   Oleksiy Bobrovnikov
Political expert Ghia Nodia on the balance of power in Georgian politics today, Saakashvili and Ivanishvili as politicians, and changes in Georgian society and state
30 August, 2016
What shapes Georgia’s foreign policy and perceptions of its course domestically?
30 August, 2016   ▪   Anna Korbut
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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.
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German chancellor Olaf Scholz says Putin’s comments on US biological weapons seemed like an ‘implicit threat’
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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.
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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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