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

№3, (2005)

01.02.2005 - 00:00

Those Dangerous Computers

Ukraine’s parliament recently passed amendments to the Law ‘On Protecting Childhood.’ Under this law, local governmental and administrative bodies will now monitor the observance of ethical norms...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Our (Wo)Man Among Strangers?

Last Friday the Ukrainian parliament hosted quite a representative round table on the formation of a governmental-parliamentary coalition. To discuss parliamentary support for the Cabinet, a problem...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Works by <I>The Day</I>’s Photo Correspondents Displayed in Strasbourg

A photo exhibition entitled “The Orange Moment in Life” opened at the Ukrainian House on January 22 simultaneously with the press center of Yushchenko’s presidential inauguration. The exhibit,...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

A Festival of Tolerance

The awards ceremony for the winners of the All-Ukraine Journalistic Excellence Competition on the “Media, Interethnic Tolerance, and Consolidation of Society” took place at the Teachers’ House in...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

En Route to the EU

Was there anything special about the Ukrainian president’s visit to Moscow, marking his first foreign visit? Russian experts focused primarily on the Ukrainian leader’s decision to appoint Yulia...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Risk Diagnostics

In Ukraine, 35.3% of cancer patients die within a year of their diagnosis. This figure is 26% for the US, 23% for France, and 25% for Germany. Such a significant difference is due to only one aspect...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Living on One Salary

Raising wage is now a cardinal problem due to the promises that politicians have been dishing out in the past few months. “The future of our whole economy now depends on how the problem of wages will...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Musical Commemoration

After returning from a month-long concert tour of Italy, the National Academic Symphony Orchestra held its first concert of the 2005 season, as always performing to a full house at the Lysenko Hall...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Applying the Orange Creative Spirit and Motiv ation to Business

Although the results and lessons of the Orange Revolution have already been discussed at length, the Kyiv Mohyla Academy’s School of Business has just made a discovery: the experience of...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Three Thousand Interviews

In 1994 Stephen Spielberg made one of his most famous films, Schindler’s List, a requiem for the millions of Holocaust victims. Dedicated to those who miraculously survived, Spielberg’s film received...
01.02.2005 - 00:00


The problem of investing in the Ukrainian economy recently acquired a new dimension, which will now be discussed in the light of the transfer of power underway in Ukraine. “Government agencies are...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

Signal for Investors

Such was the inference President Viktor Yushchenko voiced at the World Economic Forum. He returned from Davos Sunday night after taking part in the forum (Jan. 28-29). His highest priority was...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

“If This Should Be My Destiny ...”

(Conclusion. Part One of this article appeared in the previous issue)After Bohdan Khmelnytsky died and Ivan Vyhovsky was proclaimed hetman (at first temporarily, until Yuriy Khmelnytsky came of age...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

The Specter of Stalin Is Haunting the Crimea

The Crimea is the scene of a bitter dispute over the erection of a monument to “the Big Three.” The Communist Party held a rally the other day on Simferopol’s central square in front of the Council...
01.02.2005 - 00:00

A Ukrainian Adam and Eve

On January 25, the ethnic festival “Krayina mriy” (Dreamland) was held at the Ivan Honchar Museum in Kyiv. The brainchild of Oleh Skrypka, the festival presented Adam and Eve, a fantasy play staged...


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