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

№38, (2002)

03.12.2002 - 00:00

Eternal Neighborhood and the Reasons for It

At the meeting of the Council of Ministers of the European Union the week before last on the level of foreign ministers recommendations were adopted on activating EU relations with Ukraine, Belarus,...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Everybody Wants Andriy

Andriy Shevchenko, now out of the first-string red-black Milan after the latter signed Brazilian Rivaldo, is now being increasingly tipped by the world media for various European clubs. Among those...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Besiktas Istanbul 3: Dynamo Kyiv 1

Dynamo Kyiv failed to stage a successful comeback to the UEFA Cup, a tournament they have been out of in the past six years, vying for the Champions Cup, Europe’s chief trophy. It must be too early...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Biased reflections on professionalism in the arts

Moscow’s Modern Art Museum is hosting a project by noted Ukrainian sculptor Oleh Pinchuk, graphic artist Serhiy Poyarkov, and painter Yury Horbachov, titled The Figurative Bridge. Many who frequent...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

This week in history

December 3: 1918. The Provisional Workers’ and Peasants’ Government of Ukraine approved a decree On Creating the All-Ukrainian Extraordinary Commission to Fight Counter-Revolution, Sabotage, and...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Farming business school operates in Zhytomyr oblast

A year ago, in his interview with The Day, farmer from Zhytomyr oblast Leonid Mykhailov shared his experience in preparing Ukrainian young men and sometimes girls for on-the-job training at farms in...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Majority arrangements show their first hitch

Verkhovna Rada failed to remove NBU head Volodymyr Stelmakh on November 26. The move to dismiss him received only 214 ayes. As reported previously, the top financier’s post was to be succeeded, as...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Democracy and Censorship: Third Position Between Warring Camps

Alexis de Tocqueville wrote in his famous Democracy in America that a newspaper can exist only if reflecting views and concepts shared by a certain community. In this sense, it is invariably a...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Whose Gold Glitters Best?

They say that it can bring you success, change the course of history, accomplish one’s positive social image, and even cure neurosis. History knows that intrigues were always carried out around...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

“Much remains to be done”

“How would you comment on Congressman Bob Schaffer’s statement on the plight of freedom of speech in Ukraine, as well as on other similar statements made by foreign grassroots organizations?” “...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Blood with a Brown Crust

Xenophilia is the name of a new display at the Gelman Gallery in Kyiv — he is listed as the first curator of Oleksandr Roitburd’s project (in collaboration with Oleksandr Soloviov). Roitburd is known...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Blue Chips on Sale

The Chairman of the State Property Fund received an official warning, saying he is showing a less than adequate performance. For as long as his seat remains virtually vacant — perhaps coveted for...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Unknown Chroniclers of Manmade Famine

Hanna Romanenko has lived to celebrate her ninetieth birthday. For nearly 65 years she has not tasted pork gelatin. A pig’s trotter brings back to her memories of the severed arm of a child. It had...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

A Hundred Thousand? Explain Whence and What For?

Verkhovna Rada has grudgingly agreed to pass the final version of the law on combating money laundering. It was supported by 228 deputies, with 226 votes being the required minimum. This passivity...
03.12.2002 - 00:00

Does the Ukrainian Autocephalous Church Need to be Protected?

A recent Verkhovna Rada session heard People’s Deputy Liliya Hryhorovych announced the establishment of the Give Ukraine Its Local Orthodox Church parliamentary association. The new association...

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