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

№5, (2007)

13.02.2007 - 00:00

Realistic cooperation

It seems that both Ukraine and the European Union are sticking to their positions. Kyiv keeps insisting on including the prospect of EU membership in the text of the agreement, even in the form of a...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

The names of memory: the Holocaust and the Holodomor

Serhii Bukovsky’s film Say Your Name, whose premiere in October 2006 was one of the most important cinema events of the season, will now be seen by the public at large. The film will be screened at...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Thief in nature’s temple

It is dangerous to pull the tail of such a generally docile animal as a domestic cat. But playing cat and mouse with mighty nature and even scattering all kinds of poisonous wastes on its supposedly...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Ballet gem from St. Petersburg

True ballet aficionados who come to the International Center of Culture and Arts on Feb. 16 will have a unique opportunity to meet world- famous dancers. Performing unusual roles in the program “...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Coalition allows president to attend cabinet sessions

Last Friday the Verkhovna Rada adopted amendments to the law “On the Cabinet of Ministers” by a majority of 240 votes. But these are not the amendments the president demanded. Some time ago Viktor...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

In memory of James Mace

I would like to thank you for publishing Natalia Dziubenko-Mace’s message to us (“Political sabbath on a grave,” The Day, no. 4, Tuesday, 6 Feb. 2007). We must all defend James Mace, his cause, and...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Crystallization of Ukrainian history

An exhibit of works by the celebrated artist Ivan Ostafiichuk, a representative of the Lviv school of painting, opened on Feb. 7 at the Kyiv Literature Museum. The event was much discussed even...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Ostroh Book Museum to close indefinitely

The bad news swept through Ukraine last week. The Book Museum in the Lutsk Tower, a 15th-century architectural site, is being destroyed by a parasitic fungus that has attacked the tower walls. “In...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Thirty minutes with Dr. Mykola Amosov

The UT-1 National Television Company’s documentary studios have completed work on a new film entitled Mykola Amosov: Thoughts and the Heart, which will soon air on television. “There is no village...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Yevhen MARCHUK: “The SBU reform-reshuffle is damaging operatives’ patriotism”

Yevhen Marchuk was the first head of independent Ukraine’s secret police, Sluzhba bezpeky Ukrainy (SBU). He is the author of the bill “On the Security Service of Ukraine” that was passed in...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Rock band’s nomination for the Shevchenko Prize a first

The winners of the national Taras Shevchenko Prize for 2007 will be announced in one month, and the works submitted to the awards committee are now being reviewed. As part of this effort, an evening...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Holodomor of 1932-33 as genocide: gaps in evidential basis

Such world-scale catastrophes as the Ukrainian Holodomor of 1932-33 will never be perceived by society as a theoretical academic issue, a problem of purely scholarly importance. The tragedy of the...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Gamma knife only hope

“Kostia, I never had such a feeling as when I met you. You are an extraordinary person with a big heart. I wish you the best of luck in your life.” “Dear Kostia, you are a good student, friend, and...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

Lyricist of realistic art

Despite the dubious conjuncture of Soviet times, and his career and commercial ambitions, the artist Ihor Chamata has always engaged in painting and teaching pupils at a private studio. No doubt...
13.02.2007 - 00:00

William TAYLOR: “If elements of anti-ballistic missile defense are deployed, the US and Europe will be more secure”

The possible deployment of elements of an anti-ballistic missile defense system on the territory of the Czech Republic and Poland is being widely discussed in the political circles of Europe, Russia...

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