Where there is no law, but every man does what is right in his own eyes, there is the least of real liberty
Henry M. Robert

№19, (2004)

08.06.2004 - 00:00

Ukraine’s First Diaspora Department Created in Odesa

Ukraine’s first Department for the Ukrainian Diaspora has been established in Odesa oblast. Ivan Suprunovsky, Head of the Regional Directorate for Ethnic Affairs and Migration, says the newly formed...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Ukraine must brace for the marketing wars

“Since cut-throat competition is approaching Ukraine, soon it won’t matter what you want to do, only what your competitors will allow you to do,” Jack Trout, a leading US marketing strategist, warned...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

NATO Sets Ukraine’s Integration Rules

NATO notes Ukraine’s considerable progress in carrying out the military reform, but stresses the necessity of a fair presidential election. Adherence to the democractic principles will be the main...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

What kind of Ukraine can one see from Chernecha Hill?

Shevchenko’s work is the acme of the universal human and Ukrainian spirit. This is our national ideal of a person, which was realized within the limits of one tragically brief life. Figures of this...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

* Who will prescribe the right course of treatment?

On June 1 the Verkhovna Rada heard progress reports from law enforcement brass hats, concerning the investigations into the Mukacheve mayoral elections. According to tradition, the deliberations took...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Lviv University professors assess articles from The Day

Half of the materials carried by The Day are actively discussed and studied by Lviv’s Taras Shevchenko National University students who are majoring in journalism, said Prof. Yosyp Los, Head of the...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

“We’re Not Pirates, But We’ve Been Fined $75 Million”

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s (USTR) annual review of global intellectual property rights (IPR) violations, which cited Ukraine as a “priority foreign country” for its continued...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Europe’s first monument to the Ukrainian hetman unveiled in Romania

For the nearly three centuries that have passed since Hetman Ivan Mazepa’s death, the state and political activity of the leader of the Ukrainian Hetmanate from 1686 to 1709 has been arguably the...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

How Are Ukrainians Faring in Russia? Not Too Well, by All Accounts

Since Ukraine became an independent state, the size of the worldwide Ukrainian Diaspora has grown considerably, owing to the fact that among the so-called “foreign Ukrainians” are also our...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Romano PRODI: “I did not make the statement attributed to me”

Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission, cuts a very interesting figure. He was the one to restore the image of the European Union’s executive body after a series of resignations in 1999...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

This week in history

June 8. 1993. The most massive nationwide miners’ strike started in Ukraine, causing a decrease in coal production and decline in coal mining. 1995. President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma signed the...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Impressions of Turkey from a correspondent of The Day

In the latter half of April a large group of Ukrainian journalists from Kyiv, Odesa, Kharkiv, Lviv, Lutsk, and Ivano- Frankivsk set off on an extensive tour of Turkey’s resorts and historical sites....
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Do You Want an English Lawn Outside the Window?

Over the past month we have witnessed a change of tone in foreign politicians’ forecasts concerning Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic prospects, from a rather humiliating to the exact opposite. In early May,...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Or why I respect UPA fighters

In silence of the Day of DoomThe dead arise, for justice true Taras Shevchenko(Abstract from The Dream, translated by Constantine Andrusyshen and Watson Kirckonnell(c)) I learned about the...
08.06.2004 - 00:00

Wesley Clark: Ukraine is a key state for Europe

Speaking at a June 2 news conference, retired US general Wesley Clark, an ex-US presidential contender and the former Commander-in-Chief of NATO forces in Europe, voiced his hope that Ukraine will be...