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

№35, (2005)

08.11.2005 - 00:00

Is Azerbaijan next?

As Azerbaijan gears up for parliamentary elections on November 6, the main question is whether the country is about to undergo its own “color” revolution, along the lines of those that have...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Wesley CLARK:

Wesley Clark is a retired four-star US Army general. He is a former candidate for US President and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe. Although not a public figure in the political sense...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Les KURBAS: “No decrees can kill the strength of a nation”

“The revolution rolled thunderously over intellectuals’ souls...”SLON magazine (1924) For the past several years, residents of Kyiv have been gathering near the monument to the famous Ukrainian...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Ihor LUBCHENKO: I hold up <I>The Day</I> as an example to all my colleagues

Every day Ihor Lubchenko, chairman of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine, sees journalists and editors of oblast, raion, and village publications, who come to him as a last resort to help...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

All roads lead to the depths

On Oct. 29-30 more than 100 sportsmen vied in the 2nd International Underwater Competition “Autumn Cup ‘05” in Kaniv, organized by the newly established Ukrainian Underwater Federation (UPF). “This...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Where will the WTO lead us?

Without a doubt Ukraine’s WTO membership is just a matter of time. The problem is to get to this coveted place at the right time i.e., not suddenly but in a state of preparedness and armed with the...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

On Ukrainian islands

The Day recently visited Dnipropetrovsk at the invitation of National Mining University. This newspaper and the university are good friends, and the faculty and students are our regular readers and...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Focus on HIV

“Your Future Is in Your Hands” is the title of a photo exhibit that has just opened in Kyiv. The photographs show HIV-infected people and those who have received help from programs run by Medicins...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Parliament elects Prosecutor General, fails to fill committee vacancies

Last Thursday Ukrainians got a new Prosecutor General in record time, in less than half an hour into parliament’s morning plenary session. Oleksandr Medvedko, the nominee, obtained 303 votes. (On...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

How do stars appear?

Yuri Zilberman, the general director of the Vladimir Horowitz International Young Pianists’ Competition, celebrated his 60th birthday on Nov. 4. His fanatical dedication to his metier and prolific...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Twenty-three vacancies

Some 20 new Ukrainian ambassadors may be appointed in November. So far Ukraine has received seven agrements [a government’s official approval of proposed envoys from a foreign government — Trans.]...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

What’s behind the unseasonal depression?

Ukraine’s labor market is in a state of stagnation and depression, opportunities to find productive work are very limited, and prospects for creating new jobs are bleak, says a World Bank report. An...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

“James Mace’s concept of a post-genocidal society sets the agenda for the future”— Professor Andrea GRAZIOSI

Analyzing and determining the causes of the greatest historical catastrophe of Ukraine in the 20th century-the Holodomor of 1932-1933-is the pursuit not only of Ukrainian researchers (suffice it to...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

A foothold for the media during elections

Last week it was learned that the European Court of Human Rights ruling on “Ukrainian Press Group vs. Ukraine” dated March 29, 2005, came into force on Oct. 12, 2005, says lawyer Dmytro KUTAKH, who...
08.11.2005 - 00:00

Interpreting the language of the culture ministry

The journal of foreign literature, Vsesvit [Universe] has just marked its 80th anniversary. The most striking thing about the gala night to celebrate this milestone was the glaring absence of any...


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