Stories about Ukraine from September, 2005
Neeka's Backlog offers up a personal story on changes in labels but not in names in post-Soviet elite circles.
Ukraine has a new prime minister, but to get one, President Yushchenko needed to cut deals with his opponents. Orange Ukraine says that while he did what he needed to do, he will fall victim to charges of betraying the Orange Revolution–an accusation he has directed at others recently.
foreign notes says that Yushchenko is getting bad political advice and needs to take his case to the people.
Neeka marks the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Georgiy Gongadze.
Notes from Kiev reports on the craze for Armenian bread, or lavash, sweeping the Ukrainian capital this summer, and stirs up taste-buds over at Blogrel in the process.
Orange Ukraine rounds up different shades of comment on the Ukraine's political crisis following the mass sacking of government ministers by President Viktor Yushchenko.
Abdymok posts about anti-semitism and Jewish activist Alexander Naiman in the Ukraine.