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, (2010)

27.04.2010 - 00:00

One office, five finales, and life outside the window

The political doctrine made Henri Barbusse the best French author and Lu Xun the best Chinese one for the Soviet public. In 2010, this doctrine did not make the 150th anniversary of the great Russian...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Are we stepping out of gray monotony zone?

Lviv – A large-scale conference gathered experts in national security and international relations from 20 countries, including those of the European Union, Russia and other CIS nations, the USA,...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

This day in history

1113: Volodymyr Monomakh ascends to the Kyiv throne. 1906: The first issue of the Russian-language Ukrainian political journal Ukrainsky vestnik comes off the presses in St. Petersburg. 1919: The...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

No Ukraine without Ukrainization…

KHARKIV — So this is the reason behind all of Ukraine’s problems. According to Vadym Vasiutynsky, it is all very simple, indeed: All we Ukrainians have to do is to switch to studying and...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Reconstruction of consciousness

The Cinema House was packed for the presentation of the documentary film produced by the VIATEL studio and directed by Vasyl Viter — Bohdan Khmelnytsky from “The Play of Fate” series. It took...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Ukraine’s main Lutheran church opens in Odesa

ODESA — After 70 years of oblivion, the restored Lutheran Evangelical Church of St. Paul has opened in Odesa. It is one of the city’s major historic sites and the main temple of the German...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

It’s the little things...

The recent eruption of Eyjafjallajokull has clearly shown Europeans how vulnerable human civilization is to the whims of nature. Ash has spewed over half of the continent, leaving tens of thousands...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Kuwaiti “nurse state”

In Ukraine many people know that the small but wealthy Persian Gulf country of Kuwait is a real “nurse state.” Right after birth a decent sum of money with several zeros is transferred to a citizen’s...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Miou-Miou: “My private life has always come before work”

The Les Valseuses (aka Going Places) star-to-be was born on Feb. 22, 1950, in Paris, daughter to a greengrocer mother and an unknown father. As a teenager, Sylvette made a living as a weaver and...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Cars as passion

Kyiv recently hosted an unusual, high-profile Retro and Exotic Moto Show which combined clas­sical retro-classics and modern exclusive supercars from the best world manufacturers. “These cate­gories...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Humanitarian aura of the nation and revival of the core

In the highly read and penetrating, yet sadly underappreciated, lecture “Humanitarian Aura of the Nation or the Defect of the Core Mirror,” brilliant Lina Kostenko highlighted the distorted image...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Ukrainians emerged earlier as nation than many Europeans

The National Parliamentary Library of Ukraine hosted the launch of the uni­que 10-volume publication Ukraina. Antolohia pamiatok derzhavo­tvorennia X-XX stolittia (Ukraine. Anthology of State...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Triumphant okimono in Kyiv

The unique attempt to unite the worlds of East and West is represented by the exhibit “Okimono: 100 Years of European Triumph” in the Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko Museum of Arts from Oleksandr...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Black Tuesday?

At long last there is opposition in the Ukrainian parliament. At a rally near the Verkhovna Rada on Saturday we saw the Tymoshenko we had become used to. The lady had got over her fiasco and ready...
27.04.2010 - 00:00

Efficient society discussed in Ostroh

Two weeks ago the famous economist, member of the Club of Rome, foreign member of the National Academy of Sci­ences of Ukraine and International Aca­demy of Management Bohdan Havry­lyshyn...

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