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

№37, (2003)

02.12.2003 - 00:00

Many HIV-infected manage to overcome the condition

On December 1, World AIDS Day, virtually all countries paid tribute to Rock Hudson, Brad Davis, Anthony Perkins, Robert Reed, Amanda Blake, Freddie Mercury, and almost 22 million others. By tradition...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

National Ukrainian Museum hosts exhibition, Oleksandr Arkhypenko and His Inheritors

At first, the Arkhypenko exhibit seems disappointing. After all, considerable expectations were associated with it from the very beginning — for the first time they were to bring part of the...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Mace Go Home!

This writer is always happy to respond to readers, especially when they disagree. It means, after all, that they have read what I wrote and thought about it enough to respond. As a scholar I cut my...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

The Small Country

A one-woman show by Lviv-based artist Olha Ishchuk- Volodarska is on display in the Art Salon of Interior Art on Andriyivsky uzviz. Her painting is simultaneously romantic and...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Croatia Commemorates Holodomor Victims

The Republic of Croatia is observing the Days of Memory of the Victims of the 1932-1933 Manmade Famine in Ukraine. A memorial soiree was held at Zagreb Central City Library on the initiative of...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Sixteen Days Against Gender Violence

This is the name of an action embracing over a hundred countries, held from October 25 to December 10 for the twelfth time by a number of international NGOs. Recently the Woman for Woman Zhytomyr...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Budgetary Traditions

As The Day predicted, last Thursday the Ukrainian parliament passed the 2004 national budget in its final second reading mainly thanks to pro-government votes and contrary to the so-called grassroots...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Hungarian Parliament and the Pope Mark Ukrainian Holodomor

The Hungarian Parliament has passed a resolution in connection with the seventieth anniversary of the 1932-1933 Holodomor Manmade Famine in Ukraine, referring to these events as “a horrible tragedy...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

“A View on Ukraine’s History Not from Warsaw, Moscow, Nor Washington”

A presentation of two collections of etudes on history and culture, Ukraine Incognita and The Two Rus’s, from The Day’s Library series under the editorship of Larysa Ivshyna took place in Ivano-...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

The major question facing Roma today is whether they should preserve their identity or integrate into society

The Roma are Europe’s biggest ethnic minorityOnly five or six Roma are pursuing higher schooling in KyivNo one writes books on Roma culture42% of Ukrainians believe that Roma should not be allowed...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Market Economy Status: USA Urges Ukraine On

The US has urged that Ukraine apply to have its non-market economy status revoked, believing that now is the right time for this, Interfax-Ukraine quotes US Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst as...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Amoral but Happy?

Ukrainians can draw very interesting conclusions about themselves from recent research conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology. There were five questions asked those polled:...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Free trade seems not to work in the Single Economic Space

A Ukrainian-Russian conference will take place on December 9 to deal with Russia’s sudden ban on Ukrainian fishing in a joint Black Sea fishing zone. The ban is regarded as part of the current...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Defense Minister Yevhen MARCHUK: the truth about the army is one of the military reform’s main goals

The new Minister of Defense does not strive to be a figure that suits everybody. Instead, he suggests that society and the state see what the present-day Ukrainian army is and find out what kind of...
02.12.2003 - 00:00

Ukrainian armored technologies will be tested in the US

Kharkiv’s Malyshev Armor Plant recently manufactured and shipped to the United States four T-80UD tanks. The plant’s official told the Defense Express that the armored vehicles vary in terms of...

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