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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

Volodymyr Panchenko

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01/28/2016 - 12:38
Bohdan Khmelnytsky believed the Treaty of Pereiaslav to be the military and political union that would protect the Cossack state from neighbors’ attacks...Leonid Kravchuk believed the Budapest Memorandum to be the guarantee of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and security.Poroshenko...
03/20/2014 - 10:39
Being yourself seems to be so simple. Every day, every year, all your lifetime… Without betraying and selling yourself, without succumbing to the temptations that slyly lurk all around you.It is very simple. All you have to do is cherish your inner freedom and remember: if you fail in...
12/10/2013 - 10:57
Under the law, monuments are to be erected and dismantled as resolved by a given “territorial community” represented by the local self-government. Are there such executive authorities in Kyiv? The obvious answer is in the negative. No Mayor of Kyiv, no Kyiv City State Administration....
09/11/2012 - 00:00
A lot has been said (including The Day’s articles) about legal insignificance of the Law “On Principles of State Language Policy,” thus, there is no reason to repeat it all really. The most important thing is that it goes contrary to the Constitution of Ukraine. The principles of the state language...
09/30/2010 - 00:00
On his way to Ukraine in 1859, Taras Shevchenko’s first stop was the village Lykhvyn, Dmytro Khrushchov’s propriety. TO LYKHVYN! Setting off for Ukraine from St. Petersburg, Taras Shevchenko agreed with Dmytro Khrushchov that they would meet in Moscow and proceed together....
03/23/2010 - 00:00
Here are fragments of Volodymyr Panchenko’s afterword to the republished historical novel Berestechko by Lina Kostenko (Kyiv, Lybid Publishers, 2010). The full version of the original Ukrainian text is available on Den/The Day’s website www.day.kiev.ua. It took Lina Kosnenko almost three...
02/09/2010 - 00:00
The life story of Mykola Khvylovy, the writer who was the number one figure in Ukrainian literature in the period of the Executed Renaissance, is still full of mystery. The writer’s early biography (1893–1921) is especially enigmatic. If it were not for Khvylovy’s biography written by him in...
10/06/2009 - 00:00
On September 28 Dmytro Pavlychko celebrated his 80th birthday. For Den’s young journalists, who studied Pavlychko’s oeuvre as classics at school, the very fact of meeting the poet is a great event. This is why seeing him at our editorial office on that day was of paramount importance for us....
01/27/2009 - 00:00
THE ISLANDAny visitor to Stebliv cannot but feel enchanted by the poetic beauty of the Ros river. It flows quietly between its gently sloping banks in the vicinity of the town, but once in Stebliv, the river starts making whimsical bends, slipping through the granite canyon and deftly skirting big...
12/16/2008 - 00:00
That distant event (the 300th anniversary of Hetman Ivan Mazepa’s military and political action falls on November by the Gregorian calendar) was not a momentous affair: its extremely complicated dramaturgy had a long repercussion. It was so long that the name of Ivan Mazepa still remains a thorn in...

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