Ukraine’s President vowed to restrict the influence of pro-Russian oligarchs in the media, but is this just talk or can he walk the walk?
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News about the struggle for better democracy in Ukraine. The remains the old system still threaten the viability of Ukraine's democracy and numerous flaws threatened voting rights. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on Europe and Russia.
The word in Ukraine’s politics today is “de-oliharkhizatsia”, a renewal of pledge to end the power of the rich in the country’s politics.
Historical memory and national identity have been a point of contention and subject for manipulation since independence in Ukraine, report.
Gareth Jones, a British journalist, exposed Stalin’s genocidal Ukraine famine. Kyiv Council recognised him, naming a street in the capital after him.
Ukraine is geopolitically sandwiched between European democracy and Russian kleptocracy. Its civil society remains its best chance to fight-off the latter.
Ukraine has voted for change and is now led by people who are committed to making their country a modern democracy committed to liberty and the rule.
Despite the fact that he took office as an utter political neophyte Volodymyr Zelensky’s government so far has been a success.
New Eastern Europe asks: do new faces in politics in Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan,…Slovakia mean real change, [renewed and deeper social transformation]?
Article revisits Ukrainian democracy and its journey to prominence in Eastern Europe. The article views corruption as a major threat to Ukraine’s democracy.
Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, is being investigated by federal prosecutors in New York for possible lobbying violations.