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  • Week’s balance: Cabinet maneuvers, IMF ultimatum, and accelerating inflation Oleksandr Danko

    Week’s balance: Cabinet maneuvers, IMF ultimatum, and accelerating inflation

    In an unprecedented transparency, the Cabinet held a live meeting, approving the Action Plan for 2016 and calling on the other branches of power to not interfere with its work; the IMF demanded reforms and intensification of the fight against corruption; and the State Statistics Service reported on the acceleration of inflation – these are the main economic news of the past week.

  • Ukrainian interest. From Minsk to Munich, and cold shower from the West Yevgeny Magda

    Ukrainian interest. From Minsk to Munich, and cold shower from the West

    The anniversary of the Minsk agreements is not celebrated, it’s just a date amid Ukraine’s continued attempts to use the deal’s low efficiency in the interests of the state. Several western centers of influence have stated their positions regarding the political situation in Ukraine. Relations between Russia and Turkey are further worsening.

  • Russian scholar Andrei Zubov: "Nothing is more intoxicating than annexation of foreign land" Roman Tsymbaliuk

    Russian scholar Andrei Zubov: "Nothing is more intoxicating than annexation of foreign land"

    In an interview with UNIAN, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Andrei Zubov explains that, by stopping the advance of Russian aggression, Ukraine has saved the other post-Soviet countries from the territorial claims of the Kremlin. Mr. Zubov offers his own recipe for Putin to save face after forced withdrawal from the occupied Donbas.