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

№66, (2015)

12.11.2015 - 12:47

“I am the Donbas, and I am Ukraine too!”

Mariupol-based photographer Yevhen Sosnovsky, who took part in this year’s Den’s Photo Exhibit, arrived in Kyiv just as the situation in eastern Ukraine worsened again. “...
12.11.2015 - 12:36

“The story which must be told”

After weeks of hard work, a complicated selection stage (as many as 3,200 photos were sent for Den’s 17th International Photo Contest, and 350 of them have made it to the show!), and solving...
12.11.2015 - 12:31

Picasso and Rodin in Kyiv

Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Salvador Dali, Alberto and Diego Giacometti, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Oleksandr Arkhypenko – those names alone are enough to make your head spin. Almost 150...
12.11.2015 - 12:26

A look into backstage dealings of the Ukrainian Parliament

After a prolonged debate, the MPs finally passed the package of “anti-corruption” bills, required for the EU to grant visa-free travel to Ukrainians.As The Day wrote this week, the Rada...
12.11.2015 - 12:23

“I am interested to hear your newspaper’s perspective”

Former Polish ambassador to Ukraine Jacek Kluczkowski, who now holds the position of the Ukrainian issues coordinator at the Institute for East European Studies NGO which organizes the Economic Forum...
12.11.2015 - 12:21

On Ukraine’s two wars

The US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey R. Pyatt’s another interview with The Day [recorded on November 9] began with the words: “Your newspaper has recently published comments by John...
12.11.2015 - 12:09

Can history be “annexed”? (2)

In the first part of the interview (see “The Russians Are Still to Become Aware of their True Origin,” No. 63, November 3, 2015), Vladimir Kravtsov, a Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk-based Russian...
12.11.2015 - 12:04

Croatia elects new parliament

The opposition Patriotic Coalition consolidated around the right-conservative party Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) won in the first parliamentary elections that have taken place after Croatia joined...
12.11.2015 - 12:02

Britain’s fading devotion to values

Britain prides itself on being the fatherland of Magna Carta (the Great Charter of the Liberties), which was proclaimed there 900 years ago and became England’s first unwritten constitution....
12.11.2015 - 11:56

Rescuing the Kremlin’s prisoners

These days Ukraine has seen an invasion of human rights advocates from Russia: Ilya Novikov, Dokka Itslayev, Marina Dubrovina, and Aleksandr Popkov. They are lawyers who defend Ukrainians illegally...
12.11.2015 - 11:51

Limit of usage

The first one is called This Is Too Much. The photo was taken during the notorious events near the Verkhovna Rada on August 31. It shows an elderly woman standing in front of the ranks of the...
12.11.2015 - 11:48

“The High Castle”

The 19th international art event takes place at the Palace of Arts (17 Kopernyka Street). There is art on display in every hall of the three-storey building, created by about three hundred authors...
12.11.2015 - 11:47

Triumph of White Stork

Sarny Teachers’ College of Rivne State Humanitarian University received an honorary diploma signed by Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein. The award was given for the work on monitoring the...
12.11.2015 - 11:45

“Together”

The anniversary program is entitled “15 years together.” It is precisely the term for which the creative collaboration of the jazz singer and the Insight band has been going on. The...
12.11.2015 - 11:39

“Den’s photos and books are like family silver”

The exhibition of 350 photos, which had been sent to Den’s International Photo Contest, opened at the capital’s Lavra Gallery as recently as November 6 and will run until November 15....