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

№27, (2001)

09.10.2001 - 00:00

Kyiv’s Ra Gallery displays The Road, a new collection of works by Oleksandr Hliadielov

The Road opens a large-scale project at the Ra Gallery, titled Social Projections. It is a series of actions bordering on the social, cultural, and political contexts. The Day is the project’s...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

We must all take up the new challenges for Europe,” the George Marshall Center is convinced

Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense has requested the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies to increase the representation of the Ukrainian military in this educational institution. The...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Ukrainian Rockets on Amazon Banks

Ukraine and Brazil are completing the legal instruments to establish a Cyclone-4 space rocket complex at the Alcantara launch site. As the National Space Agency of Ukraine press service told Interfax...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Election Oversight Needs Legal Framework

“To date, over 7000 civic organizations uniting about five million Ukrainians cannot exercise effective control over how officials abide by the Constitution and laws. To put it simply, there are no...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

A Just War

When terrorists on September 11 crossed even those lines of decency that nobody had ever before dared to, and the United States had to recognize that an act of war had been committed against it,...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Music of Sorrow And Hope

On October 2 the National Philharmonic Society of Ukraine hosted a soiree of the Israeli and German embassies in memory of the Babyn Yar massacre “Our embassy decided to do several cultural...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Dubious Struggle Using Dubious Means

“According to preliminary reports, in the nine months of 2001 over UAH 3.2 billion has been appropriated [by tax inspectors] to the budget from the shadow sector,” First Deputy Director of the State...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Stimulus to Personal Fulfillment

The German Goethe-Institut Int er Nationes Kyiv and The Day summed up the literary contest, Germany — Ukraine: What Was It Like? What Is It Now? What Will It Be Like?, and the photo contest, Change...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Kyiv and Belgrade Complement Politics With Economics

The major objectives of the governments of Ukraine and Yugoslavia are to complement their existing high degree of political trust with concrete economic deeds, Ukraine’s Prime Minister Anatoly Kinakh...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Transition to Military Triad Speeds Up

On October 1 President Leonid Kuchma visited the Kyiv-based Center for Rapid Response to Crisis Situations at the Ministry of Defense and the Air Defense Command. This establishment is one of the...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Paradise Lost

The Griffin Gallery opened an exposition by young Kyiv artist Viktoriya Riasnianska. Here one will find none of the chirping and tearful frills usually presented as characteristics (and positive ones...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

Liberals Make Third Try

Just as the election campaign’s hunt for political brands is reaching its peak, with the number of Communist, Socialist, Social Democrat, Rukh, and nationalist parties exceeding all reasonable limits...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

This week in history

October 9: 1655. Bohdan Khmelnytsky’s army defeated the Poles at Horodok. 1991. The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine registered the Union of Youth Organizations of Ukraine. October 10: 1932....
09.10.2001 - 00:00

SDPU(o) Promises Ukraine Full Supply of Leadership

“To successfully develop this country, 15,000 young administrators will be needed in the immediate future,” predicts former President Leonid Kravchuk, adding that the United Social Democrats are able...
09.10.2001 - 00:00

European Style Overhaul of Labor Laws Still Not Done

The second project of the International Labor Organization to modernize employer-employee relationships will soon begin in Ukraine. The first, meant to combat unlawful child labor, has been underway...