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, (2007)

09.10.2007 - 00:00

Why is raiding on the increase?

In the past, raiders were called sea pirates. Today, the word “raider” has a new meaning, referring to people who specialize in hostile takeovers of businesses. As a rule, after a takeover the raider...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

It has begun

President Viktor Yushchenko’s statement about the need to consolidate the three megaparties — the Party of Regions, Bloc Yulia Tymoshenko, and Our Ukraine-People’s Self-Defense — has sparked various...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

An army of Ukraine’s finest people

There are still pages from the history of Ukraine that we still have not properly read or evaluated. Our descendents will avidly study the heroic movement of the Ukrainian Sich Riflemen, these true...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Politics goes by the board

Representatives of 21 countries and over 550 companies took part in the 7th Lviv international investment forum Euro-2012: Forward, Ukraine! For a few days Lviv turned into a veritable business and...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Putin of all the Russias

VIENNA — For those who still wondered who Vladimir Putin is, the mystery is over. His actions this week show that he is Russia’s new autocrat. He is a Czar pure and simple. The seven years since...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Correcting “genetic accidents”

It is always a surprise for experts who work with children with Down’s syndrome to observe that these children are so gentle, patient, and inoffensive. Doctors even recommend that healthy children...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Maria solo performance tradition upheld

Traditionally Kyiv’s spring theatrical season opens along with the Maria International Solo Performance Festival, named after the famous Ukrainian actor Maria Zankovetska. This project has for four...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Carving out a path to the truth

At a recent meeting attended by the president of Ukraine and civic activists, which was broadcast by three Ukrainian television channels, The Day’s editor in chief Larysa Ivshyna presented Viktor...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

The British assessment

“Ukraine’s success may serve an example for countries that are experiencing difficulties, for instance, Moldova and Belarus. We are very pleased that you have held these elections, and we hope they...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Ukraine scaring off potential investors

The socialist Valentyna Semeniuk, head of the State Property Fund, sees no reason for her agency to panic. She recently spoke at a hotline talk and a press conference in the Cabinet of Ministers’...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Seat of the Christian faith

In the stories recounted by elderly residents of Pidliashia, who are at least 80 years old or sometimes close to 100, one can hear legends and tales that for centuries the populace maintained as a...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

This week in history

Oct. 9 1928: The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Theological Academy is founded in Lviv. 1944: The NKVD of the USSR adopts a resolution on the liquidation of “OUN gangs in Western Ukraine.” Oct. 10 1932:...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Uffe BALSLEV: “Ukraine could be called a small museum of European history”

Today the guest of our regular column “Ukraine through Foreign Eyes” is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Denmark to Ukraine Uffe BALSLEV. We asked him the same two...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Strange goods

Recently a 36-year-old Ukrainian woman tried to sell her four-year-old son for body parts. Initially, she priced the child’s kidney at $50,000 US, but failing to find a purchaser willing to pay this...
09.10.2007 - 00:00

Anna Akhmatova: a game with destiny

Do you know that the great Anna Akhmatova’s mother is buried in the village of Slobidka Shelekhivska in Derazhnia raion, Khmelnytsky oblast? And that there is a very inviting museum filled with...


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