6 months ago

Volodymyr Zelensky’s Inaugural Address

Volodymyr Zelensky has been sworn in as Ukrainian president in the Verkhovna Rada. 

6 months ago

Who and when actually founded Mariupol, Kherson and Odesa

How the real history of Southern Ukraine differs from the "imperial myth" and Russia’s propaganda

6 months ago

Three events of the week. Passports from Putin, Macron's initiatives, Biden's return

Russia's president has decided to launch a (diplomatic) offensive in relations with Ukraine. Joe Biden has announced his intention to run for president in 2020

6 months ago

Ukraine's presidential election: democracy means democracy

According to preliminary data, Volodymyr Zelensky is the next president of Ukraine. The Ukrainians elected him consciously, freely and democratically.

7 months ago

Statement by Poroshenko

We did not win the battle, yet we did not lose the war

7 months ago

Ten facts about judicial reform

After the Revolution of Dignity, the absence of an independent judicial system was recognized as one of the greatest threats to Ukrainian statehood.

7 months ago

Presidential elections in Ukraine - the show will end, but what will happen to the country?

Neither Ukraine nor the world has ever seen such an election campaign - absolutely democratic and half virtual

7 months ago

How judges of High Anti-Corruption Court were selected

38 new judges are beginning to work in a completely new court

7 months ago

Ukraine in a global trend: entertainment overshadows politics

Why are elections turning into a show, and how?

7 months ago

How Poroshenko Could Win and Zelenskiy Could Lose

The first round of Ukraine’s presidential election went overwhelmingly to Volodymyr Zelenskiy, but his victory in round two is by no means self-evident—especially if his rival, incumbent President Petro Poroshenko, plays his cards right.

7 months ago

Ukraine’s 2019 presidential elections: results may be unpredictable!

Task No.1 for Ukraine is to avoid making mistakes

7 months ago

Second competition for selection of new Supreme Court judges completed

The High Council of Justice selected 69 candidates, who had become the winners of the second competition, to present them for the President’s consideration.

8 months ago

Fukuyama: What will stop populists, who strengthens Putin and where Ukraine is now

Eleven theses from a speech by a well-known American philosopher in Vienna

8 months ago

Why the West loves Poroshenko again

Kremlin’s efforts to derail Ukrainian president’s reelection bid spell trouble for country’s liberals

8 months ago

Presidential election in Ukraine in 2019: what needs to be known

The day is coming when voters in Ukraine will be able to give the incumbent head of state a mandate for the next five years or replace him. There are three weeks left.

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