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Section: The Ukrainian Weekly (USA)

    Ukraine will be in EU within a decade, likely in NATO too, Lithuanian expert says
    Sep25

    Ukraine will be in EU within a decade, likely in NATO too, Lithuanian expert says

    Vladimir Putin’s effort to block Ukraine’s integration with Europe by trying to spark a civil war in the former Soviet republic has failed, Leonidis Donskis says; and consequently, Kyiv, despite its current difficulties, can look forward to becoming a full member of the European Union sometime within the next 10 years. Moreover, the...

    The chilling side to Russia’s claims about Yatsenyuk as a Chechnya fighter
    Sep25

    The chilling side to Russia’s claims about Yatsenyuk as a Chechnya fighter

    Russian Investigative Committee claims that Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk once fought against Russia in Chechnya aroused hilarity and some excellent flights of Photoshop fantasy following publication of an interview with the head of the committee, Alexander Bastrykin. It was left to the Russian propaganda channel Life News to mention...

    Corruption alleged  at top government rungs
    Sep18

    Corruption alleged at top government rungs

    KYIV – When it comes to reforms, Ukrainians are more concerned about corruption than any other issue, according to a poll conducted in late July by Kyiv’s Razumkov Center and the Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Fund. When asked to choose five spheres of reform as most important, about 65 percent of the 2,011 respondents cited...

    Saakashvili, Yatsenyuk spar over Ukrainian reforms
    Sep18

    Saakashvili, Yatsenyuk spar over Ukrainian reforms

    A war of words has erupted between Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, now governor of Ukraine’s Odesa Oblast, over the pace and depth of reforms being implemented by the government in Kyiv. Mr. Saakashvili lashed into Mr. Yatsenyuk’s reform agenda during a September 3...

    Ukraine’s pro-government parties join forces ahead of local elections
    Sep18

    Ukraine’s pro-government parties join forces ahead of local elections

    The parties of President Petro Poroshenko, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk have joined forces ahead of the local elections scheduled for October 25. This is in order to defeat the Opposition Bloc, which is associated with the government overthrown in February 2014; oligarchic groups such as the Ukrainian Alliance...

    Action plan to end war in Ukraine charted at Berlin meeting
    Sep18

    Action plan to end war in Ukraine charted at Berlin meeting

    An overall consensus, in broad outline, seems to have taken shape among the main European players, pre-eminently Moscow and Berlin, to accelerate a solution to the conflict in Ukraine by the end of this year, on Russia’s terms. German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosted a meeting in Berlin on August 24, in an unprecedented “Normandy minus […]...

    Crimean Tatars call for blockade of Crimea
    Sep18

    Crimean Tatars call for blockade of Crimea

    KYIV – Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea, experts have come to a common conclusion that is also supported by the Crimean civic activists: to stop supplying any goods from the mainland to the peninsula and, in this way, blockade Crimea. Also since the annexation, two new laws have been introduced to Ukrainian legislation. These are […]...

    Ukrainian National Deputy Hanna Hopko on the controversial decentralization vote
    Sep18

    Ukrainian National Deputy Hanna Hopko on the controversial decentralization vote

    August 31 was marked with violent clashes in Kyiv over a key decentralization reform vote in the Ukrainian Parliament. The reform has its proponents and critics, the main point of contention being provisions for special local governance in certain Donbas counties currently occupied by Russia’s hybrid troops. Hanna Hopko, a Euro-Maidan...

    UCRDC interviews Ludmilla Temertey, a child of Holodomor survivors
    Sep18

    UCRDC interviews Ludmilla Temertey, a child of Holodomor survivors

    TORONTO – The Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Center (UCRDC), which is involved in research on victims of the Holodomor and on the events of World War II in Ukraine, recently launched a new oral history project: interviews with the children of Holodomor survivors – persons who did not themselves live through the famine but […]...

    September 21, 2014
    Sep18

    September 21, 2014

    Last year, on September 21, 2014, the largest opposition protest in Moscow since President Vladimir Putin’s inauguration to a third presidential term in 2012 attracted an estimated 26,000 people. Thousands also demonstrated in St. Petersburg and other Russian cities against what they said was Russia’s covert war in eastern Ukraine....

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