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    12 Traditional Ukrainian Dishes You Must Try
    Feb10

    12 Traditional Ukrainian Dishes You Must Try

    Source: The Culture Trip The peculiar features of traditional Ukrainian food have been forming over centuries. The neighboring countries, climate conditions, rich soil and hard-working locals have influenced the complexity of the dishes. Ukrainian dishes are generously flavored (with garlic often the main seasoning) and, despite the contradictory...

    Why Election Reform Should Be a Top Priority Now
    Feb10

    Why Election Reform Should Be a Top Priority Now

    Election reform in Ukraine is finally gaining some momentum. In December, parliament passed in the first reading draft law #3112-1, which creates an open list proportional election system and makes it easier for small parties to win seats in parliament. In addition, the president’s long-awaited list of candidates for the Central Election...

    Understanding Russia’s Appetite for Uranium
    Feb10

    Understanding Russia’s Appetite for Uranium

    Economy Russia is the third-largest consumer of uranium in the world, and the country aims to be a key driver of growth in uranium markets over the next few years. The evidence of Russia’s intent can be seen domestically through its own nuclear power expansion efforts. In Central Asia, Russia draws on close ties from the Soviet period to...

    Open Ukraine! (Video)
    Feb10

    Open Ukraine! (Video)

    Source: Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Ukraine is the largest country in Europe. We have a unique mixture of attractions – the seaside, mountains, kilometers of rivers and lakes, marvelous cities and authentic countryside. Ukraine is beautiful and safe to visit. Every year we host thousands of festivals, sporting events,...

    Closed trial for tortured Ukrainian accused of a ‘Crimea sabotage plot’ that never was
    Feb10

    Closed trial for tortured Ukrainian accused of a ‘Crimea sabotage plot’ that never was

    The ‘trial’ has begun of Andriy Zakhtei, one of the four Ukrainians seized by the FSB in Russian-occupied Crimea in August 2016 and accused of involvement in a supposed ‘Ukrainian Crimea saboteur plot’. It appears that the entire ‘trial’ will be held behind closed doors, enabling Russia’s FSB to conceal the lack of a...

    Ukraine Tech Goes Global
    Feb10

    Ukraine Tech Goes Global

    Source: Emerging Europe Written by Mike Buryk According to IT Ukraine, a trade association for 58 IT-companies in the country, the sector was the third most important in 2017, with national export volumes worth 3.2 billion US dollars. About 100 R&D centers of major global companies are located in Ukraine. There are 13 Ukrainian companies […]...

    Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished Business
    Feb10

    Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished Business

    Transforming Ukraine’s energy sector is essential to strengthening the country’s economic and national security. Despite intensified efforts and some recent progress, the outlook is troubled. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Calls to declare Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh a Hero of Ukraine
    Feb10

    Calls to declare Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh a Hero of Ukraine

    It is people like Volodymyr Balukh, spending his second birthday in prison for his unwavering loyalty to Ukraine that give the lie to Russian propaganda about Crimea and give hope that it will return under Ukraine’s control. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Georgia’s sentence against Saakashvili: restoration of justice or political persecution?
    Feb10

    Georgia’s sentence against Saakashvili: restoration of justice or political persecution?

    Written by: Givi Gigitashvili Source: Euromaidan Press As Ukraine mulls deporting ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, who was stripped of Ukrainian citizenship, to Georgia on the request of the Georgian court, despite earlier having, like most European countries, qualified his trial in Georgia as politically motivated, let’s revisit...

    Central Asia Steps Out of Russia’s Shadow
    Feb10

    Central Asia Steps Out of Russia’s Shadow

    By Ekaterina Zolotova Say what you will about the Soviets, but they really knew how to put the “union” in the Soviet Union. For all its faults, the union bound its constituent countries together, imparting on them a degree of political and economic uniformity many of them have not known since. One of the only things the countries of Central Asia...

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