Kyiv shone as the host city of the world’s biggest sporting event but many Ukrainians seemed more interested in grumbling about the inevitable mess and inconvenience of the Champions League Final – why?
Russia's imperialistic attitude towards independent Ukraine has turned an instinctive ally into an aggrieved adversary - and Vladimir Putin must personally accept much of the responsibility for the collapse of Kremlin influence in Moscow's...
US-based Friends of Ukraine Network joins chorus of international supporters urging Kyiv to maintain Maidan momentum and keep reform process on track despite looming election cycle and opposition from entrenched old guard
Majority of businesses operating in Ukraine believe it is possible to succeed without engaging in corrupt practices but the issue of corruption remains almost ubiquitous amid calls for an Anti-Corruption Court
Australian Pete Shmigel argues that the suppressed traumas of distant and recent history continue to shape Ukrainian society negatively and are as big an obstacle to progress as more commonly discussed problems like corruption and the ongoing...
Many Ukrainians feared the worst when Donald Trump won the US presidency in 2016 but his administration has taken a number of steps in support of Kyiv during its first year while also adopting a hard line towards the Kremlin
The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine looks forward to the next quarter of a century with a sense of guarded optimism amid signs of growth and awareness of the need to drive forward with ongoing reform process