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, (2009)

03.02.2009 - 00:00

Davos not the same as before

The world closely followed the events in the Swiss city of Davos, hoping to hear about a way to save the world economy. Observers note, however, that the hopes pinned on the Davos wise men may fail....
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Loan issues

The current economic situation is becoming increasingly reminiscent of what happened in the mid-1990s, regardless of the shows put up by the powers that be on television, in which prefabricated...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Yurii LAZIRKO: “When memory dies, the future dies as well”

Poets are not afraid of Eternity. Each of them has their own one. The element of water is eternity for the Ukrainian-American poet Yurii Lazirko. This year the author, who is well-known in the...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Ukrainian spiritual elite

(Conclusion. For beginning, see The Day No. 2) Bohdan-Ihor Antonych’s poems were published along with overtly anti-Soviet works of Spyrydon Cherkasenko and Borys Lysiansky. Ohiienko was creating...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Births and deaths

In spite of all kinds of difficulties, some regions of Ukraine cannot say they are in a demographic crisis. This applies, above all, to Kyiv, Transcarpathian, and Rivne oblasts, where, according to...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

This week in history

Feb. 3 1940: The Ukrainian Canadian Committee is founded in Winnipeg. 1997: The Nuclear Insurance Pool of Ukraine is officially registered as a nonprofit organization uniting a group of Ukrainian...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

What is the crux of Ukraine-Russia dispute?

The different approaches of Ukrainian and Russian scholars to the interpretation of the 1932–33 famine in the USSR first manifested themselves fifteen years ago. Practically from the very beginning...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Fighting the heritage of passivity <I>The Day</I> in Ostroh Academy

There were many reasons for The Day’s meeting in Ostroh. Many new and interesting things have happened both in the newspaper and Ostroh Academy in the six months since The Day’s editor in chief...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Playing with fire

Confrontation between the head of government and the head of state, triggered by the latter, has shifted to the budgetary sphere. In his unscheduled televised address to the nation Viktor Yushchenko...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Book reveals new facts about Ukraine and Lithuania in the Middle Ages

Few Kyivites know that toward the end of the 15th century this city was granted the Magdeburg Rights (also known as Magdeburg Law) by Grand Duke Alexander of Lithuania. Few Lithuanians know that...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

The living need memories of the dead

On Jan. 27, 1944, the residents of Leningrad, this large, well-known city on the Neva River, finally heard on the radio the words they had been waiting to hear for 900 horrible days and nights...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Artek: problems for adults

SIMFEROPOL—Artek, an international children recreation center , has long had a chronic fever. Nearly every spring Russian media filled the informational space with “news” of its demise, and every...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

ELibUkr

The unique project “Electronic library of Ukraine (ELibUkr): setting up knowledge centers in Ukrainian universities” was launched in Kyiv-Mohyla Academy on Jan. 26, 2009. ELibUkr aims at facilitating...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Shopping from home

Despite the financial crisis Ukrainians show no signs of slowing down their consumption rate. In fact, they are stepping it up, as evidenced by the direct sales market. At present, it has a...
03.02.2009 - 00:00

Deadly orphanage

Hard facts have been established, revealing the horrible truth about the death of small inmates of an orphanage in downtown Zaporizhia 75 years ago. The city learned the tragic story after...

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