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

№25, (2006)

07/25/2006 - 00:00

For whom do the bells of Pavlokoma toll?

On May 13, 2003, the presidents of Ukraine and the Republic of Poland attended the ceremony of unveiling a memorial in Pavlokoma to the Ukrainian victims of the Polish- Ukrainian fratricidal war. The...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

“Ukraine is the sharpest word”

A memorial service was held on July 21 next to the Commemorative Cross at Babyn Yar, Kyiv, to mark the 100 th birth anniversary of the outstanding poetess Olena Teliha executed by the Nazis during...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Zaporozhian Sich complex 70 percent completed

Deputy Governor of Zaporizhia oblast Mykola Frolov announced at a briefing that the construction of the Zaporozhian Sich complex is now 70-percent completed. All that is left to do is finish the...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Ukraine should abandon Soviet-era myths

Continued from the previous issue The struggle for the historical memory of the Ukrainian nation is clearly still urgent. UPA does not have recognition. Divizia Halychyna is not even on the horizon,...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

TRENDS

Interfax-Ukraine reports that 54 percent of Ukraine’s population does not support the idea of dissolving parliament and re-electing a new one. Twenty-six percent more or less agree with this...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Where is the best holiday spot?

We usually vacation on the sultry days of summer. Each of us wants to plan his/her summer break in the best way in order to gain as many impressions as possible at the lowest possible cost. Besides,...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

This week in history

July 25 1920: White Guard units of the Russian Army launch combat operations in the vicinity of Oleksandrivsk, capturing the Donetsk Coal Basin (Donbas). 1983: The construction of the 4,451-kilometer...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

The monasteries and pines of Holy Mountains

High on the list of the negative consequences of man’s modern influence on nature is the reduced informational value of landscapes. This has an adverse effect on an individual’s psychological state,...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

A requiem is being sung for us

Many religious and political figures in Russia have joyfully welcomed the latest political developments in Ukraine, because they are also pinning great hopes on the so-called anti-crisis coalition...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Will Moldova be first to unthaw the conflict?

The Transdnistrian problem can be resolved soon, said Vassili Shova, Minister of Reintegration of Moldova. Recently he told the media: “Moldova may become the first country in the post-Soviet space...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

A deep pipe can be built, providing there are no gas debts

Natural gas at a depth of 6,300 meters has been discovered in Ukraine. The Kobzivka gas condensate deposit is probably one of the deepest active deposits in our country. It is situated in Kharkiv...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Ukrainians soon to travel to EU on ‘simplified’ basis

The fourth round of Ukraine-EU talks on visa relaxation and readmission was a success: the negotiating process is drawing to a close, and the European side has agreed that abolishing visas is the...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

“ And it was given the name of Kyiv”

Even today there is no precise and historically verified information either about the period of rule of Kyi, one of the first Kyivan princes, or the date of Kyiv’s founding. However, many prominent...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Gold from a little copper hammer

Anatoliy Shvachka, Ph.D (Technology) was a rather well- known expert in the national defense industry. When it practically stopped functioning and the national market demand for precious metals...
07/25/2006 - 00:00

Yevhen KUSHNARIOV: “The political elite should overcome their grievances”

President Yushchenko will study the text of the anti-crisis coalition agreement to see whether it complies with the Constitution of Ukraine, the president’s spokesperson Iryna Herashchenko told...

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