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


The Day: №42, (2018)

On August 16, the “prisoner of the Kremlin” will mark the 95th day of his hunger strike. Artists all over the world keep up their efforts to save him
The project “Serhii Yakutovych. Idols” is showing almost unknown works of the iconic painter
Canadian Ambassador to Ukraine Roman Waschuk comments on FTA advantages, cultural heritage, and realism
The Day’s experts comment on main stages in Leonid Kuchma’s two consecutive presidencies
Borys FILATOV discusses personnel issues, paternalism, Viacheslav Lypynsky, and political will
On the causes and effects of a scandal around the film about Vasyl Stus, or when the truth “does not fit the runtime”
How Russia is establishing a “new world order” in Africa
Anatolii Stepanov, who has photographed Ukrainian defenders since the beginning of the war in the east, speaks about his heroes
Vinnytsia IT specialists develop a visual interactive map of the city’s historical center
The National Museum of Ukrainian History shows Ukraine of the 17th-19th centuries through the eyes of foreigners
Ukrainian American artist Ola Rondiak’s exhibit in Lviv

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Events from recent past through the eyes of participants in the national independence effort
What is NATO - Ukraine Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) Trust Fund?

The Day: №41, (2018)

The Ukrainian cyclist has already won a second medal at the summer sports European Championships
Anatomy of post-truth in Serhii Loznytsia’s Donbas
Scholars are launching a historical-cultural park in Lviv region
Concerning the tragedy that befell the film crew of journalists Orhan Dzhemal, Kirill Radchenko, and Alexander Rastorguev, who were killed in the Central African Republic on July 31, 2018, some things are obvious and proven, while others are still unclear
Professor Anatolii Vidmachenko on the likelihood of colonizing Mars, the Moon, and other celestial bodies
Vadym Svyrydenko and Kostiantyn Vinnichenko talked about it using real-life examples at Den’s Summer School of Journalism
Ambassador Jan PIEKLO met with Den’s Summer School students, answered complicated questions, and shared his ideas about ways to preserve the common heritage
As Ukrainian film director is still on hunger strike, activists are seeking new ways to support “Kremlin’s prisoners”

The Day: №40, (2018)

What do The Day’s experts think of the new Law “On National Security of Ukraine”?
Gerhard GNAUCK: “I hope Germans will understand what a difficult way Ukrainians had to go”
Hanna Hopko, other politicians and experts have sharply criticized the appointment of career soldier Petro Lytvyn as ambassador to Armenia
The two countries’ institutes of history have signed a cooperation agreement in Sofia