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From the Lisbon Protocol to the Budapest Memorandum. When, why and how the concept of Ukraine’s status as a non-nuclear weapon state was designed? Declaration of Ukraine’s status as a non-nuclear weapon state and strengthening of its independent statehood. Negotiations on the outline of Ukraine’s non-nuclear weapon state status under international law: process and outcome. The time of wasted opportunities. Budapest Memorandum: a historic mistake or inadequate actions by Ukraine’s government? Modern model to guarantee Ukraine’s security as a non-nuclear weapon state.
day before yesterday, Volodymyr Vasylenko
The Ukrainian Week spoke with Germany’s special envoy to Ukraine on reform in governance and decentralization, Georg Milbradt, about German government assistance in the implementation of reforms and about the successes and difficulties faced in this process.
13 July , Olha Vorozhbyt
Why are Ukraine’s public finances starting to look shaky?
11 July , Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Ukraine’s economy has nearly recovered to prewar levels, but for it to go into higher gear, there needs to be a serious a shift in policy priorities
10 July , Oleksandr Kramar
As Ukraine introduces participatory budgeting, what is likely to be the social impact?
9 July , Maksym Vikhrov
Other Publications
How experience and venal calculus are turning some Ukrainians away from liberal reforms
5 July, Maksym Vikhrov
How to solve one of the country's most difficult problems and why the state is stubbornly unwilling to do so
3 July, Roman Malko
Talk about electoral reform has come to the forefront yet again. Should any real action be expected in the near future?
2 July, Andriy Holub
Why there is no party for the middle class in Ukraine and it is left to populists to express the interests of all social strata
1 July, Maksym Vikhrov
The Ukrainian Week met with Estonia’s President Kersti Kaljulaid during her visit on May 22-26 to speak about the response of the international community to Russia’s aggressive behavior, the latest challenges in US-EU relations, Estonia’s model of comprehensive cyber hygiene, and Narva’s bid for the European Capital of Culture status as a chance to walk out of the post-Soviet and post-industrial identification.
30 June, Anna Korbut
Sociologist Iryna Bekeshkina tells The Ukrainian Week why populism is on the rise in Ukraine and what is influencing Ukrainian voters most of all
29 June, Iryna Bekeshkina
Why Ukrainian sport did not become part of the legal economy
27 June, Ivan Verbytskiy
The shadow of Kremlin’s prisoners over the 2018 World Cup
25 June, Alla Lazareva
After the US withdrawal from the Iran treaty, indignant EU governments are looking for new ways to keep agreements with Tehran
24 June, Michael Binyon
Hungary and Poland are challenging the EU’s commitment to liberal democracy
22 June, The Economist
How to overcome Russian cultural domination
21 June, Denys Kazanskyi
What happened to President Macron in Saint Petersburg?
19 June, Philippe de Lara
The information background of the World Cup in Russia
18 June, Ivan Verbytskiy
Why Great Britain is losing clout on the international arena
8 June, Michael Binyon
How the media helped pave the way for Russkiy Mir in the independent Ukraine
6 June, Dmitro Krapyvenko
Reforms in the roadways management system are starting to show results
5 June, Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
Why Ukraine should focus on developing its domestic transport infrastructure
4 June, Oleksandr Kramar
At the end of April, the Ministry of Information Policy published results of polls from Donetsk Oblast. According to organizers, they were conducted on both sides of the conflict line
30 May, Andriy Holub
The appointment of a new ombudswoman revealed that the law on this representative figure needs to be changed to protect the post from political influence
28 May, Hanna Chabarai
Print Edition
№ 7 (125) - Jule-2018
  • Wed, 30 May 2018 00:00
    The 8th Book Arsenal

    May 30-June 3. Art Arsenal. vul. Lavrska 10-12, Kyiv

    What does humanity dream of further? How to resist dehumanization in changing times? Can modern technologies create a (super)human? How to learn in the era of a new technological revolution? Answers to these questions will be sought by 200 Ukrainian writers and 95 guests from 31 countries. Visitors will be able to buy the latest books, talk with authors, publishers and illustrators. The Festival includes separate programs for children, visual arts in books, and contemporary music. To avoid lines, you can buy your tickets on the Art Arsenal site.

  • Tue, 29 May 2018 19:00
    Myroslav Skoryk Jazzed Up

    Tchaikovsky National Music Academy. Horodetskoho 1-3/11, Kyiv

    In Ukraine, Myroslav Skoryk is known for his classical works such as the famed Melody. In this performance, he joins the Kyiv Soloists Chamber Orchestra in a jazz interpretation of some of his works. The performance will also include the piano duo of Myroslav Drahan and Oksana Rapita, along with the producer of this jazz program, cellist Oleksandr Priyev.

  • Sun, 27 May 2018 00:00
    Molodist Film Festival

    May 27-June 3. UBK Beach at Trukhaniv Ostriv; Ukraine and Cinema City film theaters; MasterClass education space – Kyiv

    Ukrainian and international professional and amateur cinema, debut and student films, retro-films, a program for kids—this festival, one of the biggest in Ukraine, offers more than 200 film viewings. During the festival week, Poshtova Ploshcha will function as an open-air theater. The festival will have open stages there and at other sites around the city presenting the “Long nights of short films” program. This year’s competition will include 21 movies by Ukrainian directors, filmed in Ukraine or co-produced.

  • Mon, 21 May 2018 19:00
    Kyivska Vesna - Kyiv Spring

    Volodymyrskiy Uzviz 2, Kyiv

    The theme of this 10th festival (May 21-25) is the classical and the modern. German pianist Christopher Park opens the program with Beethoven’s Piano Concerto accompanied by the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Roman Kofman. On the second day, guests will hear the New Ukrainian Music project, presenting the works of five young Ukrainian composers. Following this will be La Damnation de Faust, a chamber orchestra concert, and Mozart and Rachmaninoff performed by the choir of the National Opera of Ukraine.

  • Fri, 18 May 2018 00:00
    Kyiv Art Week

    May 18-27. 12 museums and galleries around Kyiv

    Lectures and discussions on the arts, exhibits in various museums of Kyiv, films about painting and a contemporary art fair. This is the first international-scale professional art event in Ukraine, organized in the style of international art weeks, which have proven to be the most effective way to develop the arts scene in a city. The project involves state and municipal museums, private and public galleries and cultural centers.

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