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· March, 2010

Stories about Ukraine from March, 2010

Ukraine: Fire Destroys 20% of Servers

Some 20% of the servers at Odessa-based data center – one of the biggest in Ukraine – are reported to have been destroyed in a fire on March 27....

Ukraine: Tons of Fish Die; Fishing Enthusiasts Start Grassroots Campaign

Hundreds of tons of fish were trapped and crushed to death by the ice, after Ukrainian authorities abruptly lowered the level of water in the Kyiv Reservoir. A group of...

Ukraine: Crimean Tatar Leader Addresses European Parliament

Links related to the March 17 European Parliament hearing with Mustafa Dzhemilev, former Soviet dissident and Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People: Dzhemilev's speech (.pdf file); an...

UK: Foreign Office on Ukraine and Belarus

Leigh Turner, UK Ambassador to Ukraine, writes about London's “intense interest in what's going on in Ukraine.” Belarus Digest reports that UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband (whose blog is here)...

Ukraine: Fundraising Effort to Help Street Children

Scenes from the Sidewalk announces – here and here – a fundraising effort for CrossRoads Foundation: “If you want to be a part of a group of people who are...

Ukraine: Differing views of the Orange revolution

The Ivanov Report presents a very critical comment on an essay about the Orange revolution by Keith Gessen in The New Yorker.

Ukraine: Book-Burning and Book-Recycling Rallies

Steve Bandera of Kyiv Scoop writes about a book-burning rally in Crimea – and a book-recycling rally in Lviv. The latter was in protest to the appointment of Ukraine's new...

Belarus: “Less Pro-Russian” Than Eastern Ukraine

Belarus Digest writes that, unlike in Ukraine, “groups potentially advocating a unification with Russia have never been too active in Belarus.”

Ukraine: “Deal for Yanukovych: Bandera for Mezhyhiria”

Here is how Steve Bandera of Kyiv Scoop explains a mock deal that he has offered to the newly-elected Ukrainian president: “The point is to show the absurdity of the...

Russia: Thoughts on March 8, Feminism

Thoughts on March 8 and feminism in Russia and Ukraine – at Poemless, Global Comment, and Sean's Russia Blog.

Ukraine: New SBU Chief and Declassified Soviet Archives

Steve Bandera of Kyiv Scoop writes about the insights he gained while working with the recently declassified Soviet secret police archives – and about Ukraine's new State Security Service chief,...

Ukraine: New Coalition, New PM

Tammy Lynch of Jamestown Foundation Blog posts an update on Ukraine's new ruling coalition and the new PM.

Ukraine: “Democratic”

Leigh Turner, UK Ambassador to Ukraine, writes about one of the Ukrainian definitions of “democratic” – and about the “undemocratic” Ukrainian VIPs.

Ukraine: “Why So Little Internet”?

Siberian Light looks at the BBC News “infographic about internet access in Europe” and wonders “why a relatively authoritarian country like Belarus has managed to get more than 1/3rd of...

Ukraine: “Bandera Bashing Déjà Vu”

On Feb. 25, the European Parliament adopted a resolution, in which, among other things, it called on “the new Ukrainian leadership” to “reconsider” the posthumous award granted to Stepan Bandera...

Ukraine: Photos from Vinnytsya Region

LJ user boga4 posts 29 photos from Vinnytsya region (UKR), including this image from Shargorod, of the Monument to a New Monument, a 2009 work by Ukrainian artist Zhanna Kadyrova.

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