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

№35, (2009)

01.12.2009 - 00:00

Feat of humaneness in inhuman times

On Nov. 25, 2009, the Ukrainian Home hosted the opening ceremony of an renewed documentary and art exhibit entitled “1932–33 Holodomor: An Act of Genocide against the Ukrainian People,” which was...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

The budget we need

The Verkhovna Rada has postponed the budget vote for another two weeks. The Cabinet is to revise the bill within this period of time. A positive result would be very important for this country for a...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

1932-33 Holodomor has become part of the world drama owing to James Mace

Sad-eyed old men and women were the first to come to the Holodomor Memorial to offer up prayers for the dead. It was hard for them to discuss the subject and they were scared by their memories....
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Krushelnytska is back in Warsaw

A bust of the legendary Ukrainian operatic singer Solomia Krushelnytska has been unveiled at the Great Theater of National Polish Opera. The work, executed with the assistance of Arsenii Yatseniuk’s...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Kyiv hosts festival for talented children with special needs

Hrinchenko Kyiv City Pedagogical University recently hosted the gala concert “Colors of Hope” that marked the end of the Kyiv City Festival for Children and Youth with Special Needs “Have Confidence...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Publishing business guru Russell Viers visits <I>The Day</I>

On Nov. 25, 2009, the Adobe Certified Instructor Russell Viers, who also teaches QuarkXPress, met with Den’/The Day’s specialists and shared his high-tech newspaper publishing experience in a two-...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Kyiv hosts preview of Hollywood director’s documentary about Holodomor

The Holodomor was a crime perpetrated on a scope never previously known in human history. Any sober-minded ethnic communal member would be shocked to consider a government, allegedly established by...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Leigh Turner:

Great Britain has been a consistent advocate of Ukraine’s EU and NATO membership. How does London assess the reaction of the major world powers to the global financial crisis and the challenges...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Good precedent

Victors are not judged. Under the accords reached between the heads of the Ukrainian and Russian governments, Gazprom has agreed not to mete out any penalties to Ukraine for its failure to accept the...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Jan Malicki:

Continued from previous issue Every year about 100 young Ukrainians receive scholarships from the Center for East European Studies at the University of Warsaw. Since 1990 over 2,000 scholars,...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Ukrainians in the UK

What strikes a visitor first is not Great Britain’s diversity (after all, it is good that people who once suffered under the imperial colonial yoke can now enjoy European living and working...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

James Mace and Chernihiv oblast

“What do you need this for?” James Mace asked me as we stroled down Chernihiv streets in June 2002, after a meeting with the students of the Chernihiv Training Center for the Employees of Government...
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Welcome to ethno-vechornytsi! Folk-style soirees to begin on December 1 at the Kyiv art club (at the premises of the Kyiv cinema theater) The project is to be launched on Tuesday, but the...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Ukrainian companies suffer from economic crimes

Nearly half (45 percent) of Ukrainian companies suffer from economic crimes, their administrations have found. At the same time, this indicator is only one-third worldwide. These data were made...
01.12.2009 - 00:00

Friendly visit

President Dalia Grybauskaite of Lithuania came on a visit to Ukraine on November 26, and her talks with President Viktor Yushchenko went far beyond the limits of bilateral relations. This is...


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