Stories about Ukraine from June, 2008
Kremlin.Inc posts his presentation on Ukraine's energy policy; Robert Amsterdam writes on Gazprom and Anatoly Chubais.
Ukrainiana writes about and posts photos and video from Paul McCartney's concert in Kyiv.
Ukrainiana writes about pro-NATO ads and anti-NATO protests in Ukraine.
Anna Ershova shares her thoughts on “how (not) to date a Russian woman”: “According to some of my sociologist friends, many Russian women who marry a foreigner out of material...
And Nothing Else Matters [RU] comments on a recent visit by a prominent architect of the Ukrainian Orange Revolution to Armenia, highlighting the fact that the activist's own blog shows...
“Chernobyl 2006: 20 Years On” – over 60 photos from a trip to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, by Phil Coomes (Flickr user blinkofaneye).
Vasyl of uaMuzik explains why he decided not to attend Paul McCartney's concert in Kyiv.
Scenes from the Sidewalk is posting updates on the Strokes Against Hopelessness charity tennis tournament, currently being held in Kyiv.
Greetings from Kyiv was liveblogging Paul McCartney's Kyiv concert (15 posts).
MoldovAnn writes about donating blood in Kyiv on World Blood Donor Day.
Ukrainiana posts a video of a fight between residents of one Kyiv neighborhood and “construction workers who landed on their doorstep.”
Ukrainiana writes about Rinat Akhmetov, allegedly the richest man in Ukraine, the CIS and the EU.
Chernobyl and Eastern Europe writes about president Yushchenko's order to demolish some 20,000 Soviet-era monuments in Ukraine, as part of the commemoration of Holodomor, the great famine of 1932-33, and...
Chernobyl and Eastern Europe writes about Ukraine's new pro-presidential political party.
Updates on the worsening of the political situation in Ukraine – at Foreign Notes and Ukrainiana.
Ukrainiana writes about “the language issue” in Ukraine: “Russian as a Turkish dialect of Old Ukrainian vs. Ukrainian as a Polish dialect of Old Russian represent the two opposite poles...
Cyprus Convention, Cruiser ‘Aurora’ and the story of the introduction of Christianity by Prince Vladimir 1020 years ago – at De Rebus Antiquis Et Novis.