Ukraine Is a Pluralistic Society

George P. Kent ・ April 2019

Elections should be about choices.  There are many choices in play in Ukraine in the two upcoming cycles – Presidential and parliamentary elections in 2019. ...

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We invite authors to contribute to this exciting new series at Krytyka, Ukraine’s leading intellectual journal celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017. The...

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The outcome of the 23 June 2016 referendum on EU membership stunned the world. “Britain Rattles Postwar Order and Its Place as Pillar of Stability,” the New York...

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What does not cease to astonish in the case of Stus's death is its incredible chronological proximity to our present day. That premeditated murder, that...

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Krytyka invites scholars and experts to add their voice to the discussion of the so-called “anti-communist” laws (also known as “decommunization laws”) that were...

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When George Orwell looked back at the Spanish Civil War, in which he participated as a volunteer, he noted that its outcome was "settled in London, Paris, Rome,...

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Democracy and the Right to Otherness

Alisa Novichkova ・ July 2014

Striving toward equality, the enactment of resolutions through the institutionalization of choice and the delegation of authority, recognizing the necessity of a...

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Disillusion from Wit

Mykhailo Minakov ・ June 2014

Wherever modernization has taken root, the rationalization of human society is at its core. In economics this has led to industrialization and the development of...

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Keep fighting – you are sure to win! God helps you in your fight!

Shevchenko is still awaiting a proper reception in English – and a translation of the bulk of his work that would match the brilliance of his poetic genius. Yet if we are to understand what is at the heart of Ukrainian identity, the Ukrainian people’s continuous strife for justice, and their courage to face brutal force when defending human rights and dignity, we ought to discover Shevchenko.
Oleh KotsyubaMarch 9, 2015

Reconciliation between parties in a violent conflict usually depends first of all on an end to the violence. In her contribution to this discussion forum, Oxana...

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