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

№29, (2003)

07.10.2003 - 00:00

To Slay the Dragon

The Day’s round table has hosted Oleksandr LYTVYNENKO, Deputy Director, National Institute for Strategic Studies; Serhiy MAKSYMENKO, Director, East-West Institute, and Iryna ROZHKOVA, Head of the...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Reforms on the Border

It is hard to believe that hazing is unheard-of at a border post where between thirty and forty men work shoulder to shoulder day in and day out. After all, this is not some army squad or unit. The...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Picking Mushrooms — and Bombs

Cheremoshne is a village that emerged in the Volyn forest many centuries ago. Legend says it appeared when Moscow was founded. Ever since people have lived by what their farm plots yielded and what...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

This week in history

October 7: 1990. The Fifteenth Congress of Trade Unions of Ukraine ended, founding the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Ukraine. 1996. After re-registration the Ukrainian Cossacks...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Non-festive reflections on the festivities marking the centenary of the great Ukrainian singer Borys Hmyria

We can be proud of Hmyria not only because he lived and performed in Ukraine. It is time we pondered precisely what is there that makes up our national pride one case or another. Often it happens...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Transparent Competition

Kyiv’s Artist’s Home witnessed the closing ceremony of the fifth photo exhibition of The Day. Judging by visitors’ impressions (among them were politicians, experts, and, most importantly, colleagues...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

The Crimea wants to protect majority principle

It has become known of late that the opposition intends to submit yet another constitutional amendments bill (it would be the fifth such bill over the past year), aimed at strengthening local...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Neglect Causes Tragedy

October 1 brought news of the death of a Ukrainian peacekeeper in Al-Qut, which started the count of casualties in the Ukrainian peacekeeping force that is part of a multinational stabilization force...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Ukrainian-Hungarian ecological expedition begins

It is planned to study the river basin, status of the banks, protective installations, water, and biodiversity. An expedition of eight researchers decided to cover a distance of 500 kilometers to the...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Dotting the I’s

President Leonid Kuchma’s first press conference of the new political season was held to a full house: the press center meeting hall was crammed with journalists. Small wonder, since plenty has...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Love with Variations

The Akvarel Gallery hosts Illia Popiuk’s exhibit titled “My Love and ...” The artist is from Vyzhnytsia, not far from Chernivtsi, and the exposition is composed of watercolors and drawings. The...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

The Yalta Line

The Ukraine-EU summit, to be held on October 7-8 in Yalta, will be a kind of midway mark in the relations between Kyiv and Brussels. The next meeting of this level will take place under conditions...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Over 6,500 young Kyivans were unemployed in the first half of this year

With almost 60% of high school graduates going to receive higher education, the number of university-level students has doubled in recent years. Alas, far from all of them manage to put their...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Yavoriv: Proving Ground of Conflict

The joint Ukrainian-Italian military exercises in one of Europe’s biggest proving grounds at Yavoriv are drawing to a close. However, the Italians cannot leave for home, as the residents of a local...
07.10.2003 - 00:00

Why Not in Ukraine and Poland?

The Soccer Federation of Ukraine and the Polish Soccer Association have conceived a grandiose joint project: to apply to the UEFA to award the final part of the 2012 Championship of Europe to both...

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