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  • Constitution and bloodshed Tatiana Urbanskaya

    Constitution and bloodshed

    A new political season opened on August 31 with preliminary parliamentary approval of Constitutional amendments with 265 votes, but also with explosions and riots near the building of the Verkhovna Rada, claiming at least one life and wounding dozens of law enforcers.

  • Ukrainian interest. Evil grin of Russian court, Poroshenko’s European voyages, and Jaresko’s exploit Yevgeny Magda

    Ukrainian interest. Evil grin of Russian court, Poroshenko’s European voyages, and Jaresko’s exploit

    The trial of Oleh Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko has ended with an expectedly brutal sentence. Poroshenko tries to find common ground with the European officials on Donbas conflict issue. Natalie Jaresko managed to win a 20% write-off of Ukraine’s commercial debt.

  • Ukraine vs Creditors. Who wins? Nana Chornaya

    Ukraine vs Creditors. Who wins?

    Ukraine reached an agreement with creditors on restructuring its public debt, writing off of part of it. Global investors see positive outcome while some experts say the agreement carries risks.