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Europe Must Play Long Game in Ukraine
Hundreds of thousands of pro-Europe protestors have flooded into Kiev's old city to protest against President Viktor Yanukovych's decision to delay the signing of a landmark Association Agreement and free ...
December 9, 2013
Is Europe Hiding Behind Tymoshenko?
In just two weeks, Europe's heads of state will meet in Vilnius, Lithuania for the Eastern Partnership Summit. ...
November 15, 2013
Aging Populations in Eastern Europe Pose Challenges for Policy Makers
The aging of populations in Europe is transforming economies and societies and sparking debate on issues ranging from ...
October 17, 2013
What Does Ukraine Stand to Gain from Farming Deal with China?
A deal signed between Ukrainian and Chinese authorities last month may impact up to 3 million hectares of ...
October 7, 2013
Eastern Europe Seeks Inspiration from US Shale Boom
Over the past months, Russia has been turning up the heat on its former Soviet vassals. Russia has also ...
September 17, 2013
Ukraine’s E-waste Pile-up: EU Requires Change
KYIV—Electronic waste has become a major ecological problem in the world in recent years. While developed countries have ...
June 7, 2013
Ukraine World’s Top Intellectual Pirate
KYIV, Ukraine—A U.S. Trade Representative report recently named Ukraine the top country for copyright pirating—a place where films, ...
May 23, 2013
City in Focus: Lviv, Cultural Capital of Ukraine
The historic center of the city Lviv is one of the most popular destinations in Ukraine for tourists. ...
May 13, 2013
Magnolias in Kyiv (Photos)
KYIV, Ukraine—Magnolias are in full bloom at the Fomin Botanical Gardens in the central Kyiv, Ukraine. Some white ...
May 13, 2013
Fertile Land, No Market Access
KYIV, Ukraine—Though considered one of the world’s main breadbaskets, Ukraine imports much of its food. Many local farmers ...
May 10, 2013
Ukrainians Want to Travel Europe Without Visas
Ukrainians often find it difficult to get visas for travel in Europe Union (EU) countries. Visa requirements could ...
April 30, 2013
A girl in period costume carries treats and souvenirs for sale to tourists in the medieval center of ...
April 23, 2013
The International Fashion Doll Salon in Kyiv, Ukraine
The Fifth international Fashion Doll salon in Kyiv, Ukraine featured hundreds artisans from around the world from April ...
April 18, 2013
Epoch Times Staff
Biggest Polluters in Ukraine Need to Modernize
The ecological situation in Ukraine is one of the worst in the world—it holds the 102nd place among ...
April 2, 2013
Ukraine’s Battle with Smoking not Always Effective
Ukraine, once ranked 4th in the world for highest number of smokers, is changing tactics to push smokers ...
April 2, 2013
Cyprus Bank Collapse Hits Ukrainian Investors
Cyprus Banks: Russian investors aren't the only ones burned by Cyprus's banking troubles. Ukrainians also kept billions in ...
March 28, 2013
Refugees in Ukraine Face Many Obstacles
Most applicants are denied refugee status in Ukraine, a gateway to Europe for refugees from Afghanistan, the Middle ...
March 20, 2013
Human Rights Progress in Ukraine: ‘Spoonful of Honey in a Barrel of Tar’
As the Ukrainian government talks about meeting EU human rights standards, rights groups say its efforts are like ...
March 7, 2013
Ukrainian Government Holds Soviet-Style ‘Dialogue’ With Citizens
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych organized a “dialogue with the country” on Feb. 25 to celebrate the third anniversary ...
February 27, 2013
Real Estate Scam in Ukraine: 7 Years Without Compensation
Almost 2,000 Ukrainians lost their long-term savings in a real estate scam seven years ago. The case has ...
February 20, 2013
Ukraine’s Pro-Soviet Street Names Show Communist Influence
Pro-communist street names and monuments are still common throughout Ukraine, indicating that communist ideology continues to influence the ...
February 10, 2013
Ukrainian Opposition Blocks Work of Parliament
Ukrainian parliamentarians prevented the opening of the Parliament's second session on Tuesday, demanding absentee members attend sessions and ...
February 7, 2013
Ukraine’s Cultural Divide Deepened by Political Campaigns
The historical and cultural divide between East and West in Ukraine has been aggravated by political campaigns, say ...
January 29, 2013
High Loan Rates Stifle Ukrainian Businesses
In Ukraine small and medium businesses find it’s not easy to develop due to high interest rates and ...
January 26, 2013
Priest Lauds ‘Tremendous’ Shen Yun
Father Tataryn saw China's true culture in Shen Yun, something he had not seen in China itself during ...
January 20, 2013
Epoch Times Staff
Ukraine Will Sign Agreement With EU, Says PM
Ukraine hopes to sign an EU association agreement this year, which could pave the way for a full ...
January 16, 2013
Ukrainian Parliamentarians Double Vote
To make up for absentee members of parliament, Ukraine’s MPs have often voted for their neighbors as well ...
December 29, 2012
Trump’s Letter to Turkish President Erdogan Released
Farmers Welcome China Deal Expected to Boost US Farm Exports by Tens of Billions
Trump Suggests Kurds Freed ISIS Prisoners to Make ‘Stronger Political Impact’
Growing Number of States Expanding Time Limits for Child Sex Abuse Lawsuits
States Should Be Allowed to Prosecute Illegal Aliens for Identity Theft, Supreme Court Told
House Passes Bipartisan Resolution Rebuking Trump Over Troop Withdrawal From Syria
Turkey’s Erdogan Re-Evaluates Plans to Meet With Pence and Pompeo
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