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· October, 2005

Stories about Ukraine from October, 2005

Ukraine: Junk Mail

Notes From Kiev reports that junk mail has arrived in Ukraine, specifially in the form of the Reader's Digest Sweepstakes. However, such endeavors have some history to overcome.

Ukraine: The Market That Wouldn't Die

Cyber Cossack discusses a Ukrainian market that survived all Soviet efforts to eradicate it. It still exists and is one of the largest markets in Europe.

Ukraine: Anti-Corruption vs. Normalcy

Orange Ukraine discusses the conflict between pro-stability and anti-corruption rhetoric between the Yushchenko and Tymoshenko camps.

Ukraine: Name the Corrupt

Veronica Khokhlova says that she feels ashamed for her country to hear of corrupt border guards shaking down foreigners, and that she wants them named so they can feel shame...

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