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

№34, (2003)

11.11.2003 - 00:00

EU Enlargement: Pros and Cons For Ukraine

Ukraine’s European aspirations and the consequences of EU enlargement, which Ukraine will feel as early as next year, have been of late actively discussed in the regions. Ukrainian diplomats predict...
11.11.2003 - 00:00

Korean-Ukrainian Carmen

The Friday before last Kyiv music lovers had a chance to appreciate the skills of opera singers from the Republic of Korea. Soloists of the BeSeTo Seoul Opera Company took part in Carmen at the...
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Things politicians should avoid

Reflections on who will benefit or suffer from the scandalous failure of Our Ukraine’s convention in Donetsk (cancelled two weeks ago, owing to dirty political technologies) are interesting for...
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The Defender of Europe, or the Destiny Of Sahaidachny’s Golden Sword

In 2001, Kyiv saw the unveiling of a monument to Petro Konashevych-Sahaidachny, a prominent Cossack hetman of the early seventeenth century, one of Ukraine’s most illustrious figures. Without doubt,...
11.11.2003 - 00:00

This week in history

November 11. 1920. Red Army regiments and Nestor Makhno’s army occupied Perekop, opening the road to the Crimean peninsula. 1921. The Church Council started in Kyiv, proclaiming the Autocephalous...
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Ukraine lures investors with economic growth

Ukraine’s expanding economy and cheap labor force attract more and more German investors. “In the past two or three years German businesses have been showing significantly more interest in Ukraine,”...
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President of Serbia and Montenegro visited Kyiv

Last week Serbia and Montenegro president Svetozar Marovic made his first visit to Ukraine. Kyiv has always treated its Balkan guests with special attention. Such a favored treatment is above all due...
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A Topical Collection

Following her announcement about a new direction in her work, that is, work with contemporary art, Liudmyla Bereznytska, owner of Kyiv-based L-Art Gallery, has yet again confirmed the respectable...
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The Tragedy and Triumph of Kyiv

In late August 1943, Soviet troops after liberating Left Bank Ukraine approached the Dnipro in a 750-kilometer-long front. However, bloody battles continued for over two months after that. Under the...
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Historical Relativity

Last October our close neighbor Turkey marked the eightieth anniversary of the time when the medieval Ottoman Sultanate vanished off the world map, giving way to the Republic of Turkey. This was the...
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“...You Switch It On, But It Won’t Work!”

Last week in the parliament followed an old and all too familiar scenario, with the representatives of four opposition factions, Our Ukraine, Yuliya Tymoshenko Bloc, SPU, and CPU, blocking access to...
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Kyiv hosts a drama festival for the physically challenged

Art therapy was the ultimate goal of the Sun Wave International Drama Festival that ended last Saturday in Kyiv. It was held under the auspices of the Ukraine for Children National Fund as part of...
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Cross-Pollination

The joint action of this newspaper, Kamyanets-Podilsky University, and the Ostroh Academy National University, held last Thursday at Ostroh, was as successful as Den’/The Day’s first visit to Ukraine...
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Third Sector — A Path to the EU?

How can we help the Ukrainians understand what the EU is all about and explain to the Europeans what Ukraine is? This was one of the key issues addressed at the conference, Cooperation of Polish and...
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“This is not a game of politics, but a gamble on the country’s life”

Ukraine’s President Leonid Kuchma has reiterated that failure to implement the constitutional reform will adversely affect the country’s life. “I’m certain that, first, if we fail to implement the...

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