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· April, 2007

Stories about Ukraine from April, 2007

Ukraine: Opposition Rally

Ukrainiana posts pictures from a recent opposition rally in Kyiv and writes: “As the rally drew to a close, it started raining lightly. A group of opposition supporters headed for...

Ukraine: Politics Roundup

Dan McMinn's roundup of recent Ukrainian political developments gets a life of its own, as usual, as the comments start coming in (31, so far).

Ukraine: Chernobyl

MoldovAnn takes photographer Michael Forster Rothbart along on a trip to the Chernobyl-affected areas and posts an account that's both informative and poignant, and comes just days before the 21st...

Ukraine: “Maidan 2.2″

Taras of Ukrainiana got soaked in the rain last Friday on his way to “Maidan 2.2″ and didn't really expect many opposition supporters to show up at the rally at...

Ukraine: Yulia Tymoshenko's Article

Taras Kuzio discusses Yulia Tymoshenko's lengthy Foreign Affairs piece – and her allegedly good command of English: “In Tymoshenko’s case we can thank her growing knowledge of English on my...

Ukraine: Abandoned Village Near Chernobyl

Michael Forster Rothbart posts photos from an abandoned Ukrainian village near Chernobyl.

Ukraine: More on Suzanna Stanik

Foreign Notes has more on the corruption scandal involving Judge Suzanna Stanik.

Ukraine, Poland: Euro 2012

The beatroot and Vilhelm Konnander write about problems facing Poland and Ukraine as they are beginning to prepare to host Euro 2012.

Ukraine: Kyiv Developments

Foreign Notes and Ukrainiana run brief summaries of the recent developments in Ukraine; posts a picture of riot police near the Central Election Committee: it may appear that Kyiv...

Ukraine, Poland: Euro 2012

Ukraine and Poland will be hosting Euro 2012, Siberian Light reports: “Just over half of the matches in the tournament will be played in Poland but, to compensate, Ukraine will...

Ukraine: Stanik and Other Mess

As the Constitutional Court seems to be working on the parliament dissolution case, and Ukrainiana write about Justice Suzanna Stanik's corrupted career. Foreign Notes notes a few other political...

Russia, Ukraine: Foreign Ministry on Tymoshenko

Over at Publius Pundit, La Russophobe‘s guest-translator guest-translates the response of the Russian Foreign Ministry to Yulia Tymoshenko's article in Foreign Affairs.

Russia, Ukraine: Gevorkyan's Column

La Russophobe‘s guest-translator translates Natalya Gevorkyan's column on “Prison Camp ‘Russia’.”

Ukraine, Romania: Political Similarities

Transatlantic Politics finds similarities between the current political situation in Ukraine and in Romania – here and here: “The ‘orange revolution’ in Ukraine and the ‘orange elections’ in Romania are...

Hungary: Euro-2012 Bid

Further Ramblings of a N.Irish Magyar and Pestcentric look at the chances that Hungary/Croatia's bid has in tomorrow's Euro-2012 vote in Cardiff.

Ukraine: Family History

Wu Wei resumes writing about her father's life: “No wonder his nationality was not so clear. And no wonder he could apparently speak Polish, Romanian, Hungarian and Ukrainian when he...

Ukraine: Orthodox Easter Photos

Michael Forster Rothbart posts photos from an Orthodox Christian Easter service held at the Kyiv Pechersk Lavra.

Ukraine: Kyiv Photos

Michael Forster Rothbart photographs one of the Kyiv neighborhoods to which evacuees from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant were relocated two decades ago – and gets his camera bag with...

Ukraine: Radiation

MoldovAnn tries to buy a dosimeter in Kyiv: “No wonder the general population long ago stopped actively worrying about radiation in their food – whether it’s there or not, you...

Ukraine: Corruption

MoldovAnn writes about corruption in Ukraine: “I’ve witnessed a few corrupt transactions in my day, both in Ukraine and in Moldova. Mostly, I’ve seen incidences with the local police.”

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