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There has been a crisis of Ukrainian power already

Anton Kovalyshyn, analyst of the Center for studies of corporate relations
17 jun 2005
There is a crisis in Ukrainian power, and presently we observe an attempt of coordinated actions of the president and government intended to control its development.

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There is an ideological discord among public officers

Leonard Levytsky, Director of quality studies at the Center for comparative social research
17 jun 2005
I think that Yuliya Tymoshenko will not hold current office during pending parliamentary elections; she will head the powerful group in the parliament instead.

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Govt: balancing on the verge

Volodymyr Doubrovsciy, Senior Economist of the Center for the socio-economic studies CASE Ukraine
16 jun 2005
Many governmental decisions are on the verge of foul; some of those discussed, e.g., reprivatization, are already a foul.

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In the meantime there is no crisis of power, but it may well be there

Serhiy Tolstov, Director of the Institute of political analysis and international studies
16 jun 2005
Saving the present political regime is the first step toward crisis. The variant of gradual transition to the authoritarian rule is also possible, which, if popular, can push power to resort to political repressions. If it is not popular, it may end with dictatorship.

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There are no pre-conditions for a crisis

Olexiy Yaremenko, Director of the Ukrainian institute of social studies
16 jun 2005
I see no preconditions for crisis. There are but mistakes of power, but they are not catastrophic. Moreover, power is monitoring the expert environment and is ready to respond.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian club: Is the new power threatened with a crisis?

16 jun 2005
The discussers considered the following aspects:
- forming a new power: problems and contradictions;
- influence of pending 2006 elections on the position and policy of a new power;
- new power mirrored by public opinion.

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In the GUUAM Ukraine can be much more active, than in the CIS or CES

Volodymyr Shuvayev, Head of the Center for social and political communications
29 apr 2005
We should bear in mind that the post-soviet space remains the main consumer of Ukrainian high tech products.

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Ukraine has natural resources for democratization of post-soviet space

Ihor Semyvolos, Director of the Center of the Near-East studies Ames
29 apr 2005
Europe has a very short list of questions to be equally discussed with the pos-Soviet countries; as a result, the sphere of co-operation is very limited. In Ukraine the interest is greater; consequently we have much more methods to influence the post-soviet situation.

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CIS: the second stage of destruction

Yevhen Kopatko, Director of Donetsk information and analytical center
29 apr 2005
Our soviet past is treated negatively; the FSU countries accentuate their differences only.

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Ukraine has internal source of democracy

Volodymyr Dubrovskiy, leading economist of the Center of socio-economic studies CASE Ukraine
29 apr 2005
As a result of victory, the new administration can pursue its policy independently of power sources: it has a public mandate.

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Let us promote public and not corporate interests

Serhiy Datsiuk, expert of Gardarika Corp.
29 apr 2005
As soon as Ukraine chooses the system of west-east coordinates, it subordinates itself either to Poland or Russia, or Austrianever mind which one.

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Our European prospect gives us new chances to review the relationships with our neighbors

Olexandr Bohomolov, Vice-President of the Center for Near-East studies
29 apr 2005
After the orange revolution there is a chance to re-think our position in a region, sub-region in relation to our neighbors, and to restructure them as a normal European country

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In the meantime Kyivites are not very good citizens

Maxym Striha, Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, Head of scientific programs of the Institute of opened society
21 apr 2005
Kyivites have proved to be an important force of modern Ukrainian political nation. However, there are different causes preventing them to become a territorial community.

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Kyiv has no urban policy

Volodymyr Nikitin, Doctor of cultural studies, expert of the International center for prospective studies
21 apr 2005
There is no urban policy, because the subjects of this process are not expressly marked. In particular, there is confusion concerning the notion of urban community: how many members do they include, whom do they represent, and what are their rights.

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Up to now Kyiv never riveted attention of political parties

Vitaly Palamarchuk, researcher of the Institute for strategic studies.
21 apr 2005
If the control of the Verkhovna Rada is the strategic goal, especially under constitutional reforms, no party will accentuate Kyiv problems. So far local problems are not a priority for the parties.

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The so called kitchen radicalism is typical for Kyivites; they rarely support real activities

Leonid Kosakivsky, former head of Kyivrada
21 apr 2005
On the wave of orange activity Kyivites should quit their indifference and change the future of their city.

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The thought-out reform of local self-government is needed

Olexandr Morozov, Peoples Deputy of Ukraine, group Our Ukraine, bloc of V. Yushchenko
18 apr 2005
We should bear in mind foreign experience, combine it with Ukrainian traditions of local self-government and expressly formulate it in the law on local administration, in particular, in Kyiv.

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The reduction of metric area should have its limits both in an apartment and in a town

Ivan Saliy, chairman of the Vybir public association
18 apr 2005
Unfortunately, the city administration does not promote real self-governing organs, for example societies of co-owners of dwellings. Yet, along with the development of civil society in Ukraine, it is being formed in Kyiv.

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The government must make decisions accounting for pending elections

Volodymyr Dubrovsky, leading economist of the Center for socio-economic researches CASE Ukraine
8 apr 2005
The policy of the government in a democratic country should be elections-oriented; one should get used to it. Ultimately the government should win the elections with the publicly approved program.

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Priorities for Ukraine is the main task of the government

Maxym Strikha, Doctor of physico-mathematical sciences, Director of scientific programs of the Institute of open society
8 apr 2005
The major part of the conservative budget GDP is formed by raw material, energy-consuming and ecologically harmful industries, when 80% of products have no scientific backing. Eventually, such policy is a way to industrial catastrophe. As a result, the preserved problems constantly tend to accumulate.

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This government works for the benefit of the majority of Ukrainians

Lidiya Volianski, founder of the Eastern Economics Magazine
8 apr 2005

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Meeting of the Ukrainian club: NEP of the new administration: new possibilities and risks

6 apr 2005
What is the essence of the economic policy of the new administration? To what extent does the new economic philosophy and ideology of reforms meet the demand of economic development of Ukraine? What is the efficacy of new tools? What is the outlook for such economic situation? The meeting of the Ukrainian Club was intended to answer these questions.

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By the way

8 apr 2005
The Day Daily has published ten questions of experts formulated during the last meeting of the Ukrainian club for the government to answer.

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Ukraine has chosen the integration as the way of development

Olexandr Rozenfeld, Economy Doctor, rector of the International Solomon University
6 apr 2005
It is noteworthy that the threshold of scandalousness has been surmounted, which is disastrous for economy. The louder are the talks, the higher are the risks in economy.

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This budget leads to breaking up of the middle class

Yaroslav Zhalilo, President of the Center for anti-crisis researches
6 apr 2005
Taking into account this charismatic government, its political pressure and authority and the absence of social cataclysms this very budget can be realize

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Higher pensions are still to be paid

Volodymyr Fesenko, Director of the Center for applied political researches Penta
6 apr 2005
This very fall the budget might fail and in order to stay in the black it might resort to some extraordinary measures.

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The government must make decisions allowing for the pending elections

Volodymyr Dubrovsky, leading economist of the Center for socio-economic researches CASE Ukraine
8 apr 2005
The policy of the government in a democratic country should be elections-oriented; one should get used to it. Ultimately the government should win the elections with the publicly approved program.

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Ideas of dissidence lie on politicos conscience

Olexandr Derhachov, Editor-in-Chief of the Politychna Dumka Magazine
11 mar 2005
The ideas of dissidence have objective pre-conditions which can not be tackled at once. But it is necessary to take time and efficiently liquidate regional weaknesses and public sensitivity to such problems.

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Ukrainian bureaucracy can contain the split-up

Volodymyr Fesenko, Director of the Center of applied political studies Penta
3 mar 2005
Now Russia will be over-cautious playing with disintegration and excited split-up in Ukraine, because it can be detrimental for Russia and increase the gap between Russian and Ukrainian administrations.

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Double standards split-up

Yevhen Kopatko, Director of Donetsk informational-analytical center
3 mar 2005
There is a serious problem with the language, but the split is bigger; anyway, at the very least experts should have a look into it.

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The term split is inadequate

Andriy Yermolayev, Director of the Center of social studies Sofia
3 mar 2005
The agenda for Ukrainian society is undergoing changes from the foreign-policy issues (partners & allies) to such domestic issues as providing for social progress, bridging antagonism, controlling social conflicts and clashes.

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No split threat for Ukraine

Vitaly Palamarchuk, staffer of the National institute for strategic studies
3 mar 2005
Regionalism is not that popular with residents. Such political projects would fail to score sufficient backing. Hard federalists bring their hogs to the wrong market.

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Social and cultural distinctions enrich a country, put heart into it

Victor Nebozhenko, political scientist
3 mar 2005
The first foundation of eastern separatism means people want social improvements, while linguistic and other distinctions are secondary here. Hatred of the wealthy to poor and vice versa is much deeper, than contradictions between identically poor people speaking in a different language.

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Federalism can but intensify social tension

Maxym Strikha, Doctor of physico-mathematical sciences, supervisor of scientific programs of the Institute of open society
4 mar 2005
The problem of dissidence is not fatal in that sense, that the vexed question is not topical. The very idea of federalization is unpopular, according to sociological surveys. However, there are politicos, which would capitalize on it.

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People shouldnt put out of mind the menace of split after the elections

Pavlo Frolov, Chairman of the Political Public Relations Department of the Institute of social and political psychology, vice-president of the Ukrainian association of political psychologists
3 mar 2005
There is rather a problem of disagreements, which politicians try to sharpen and make looking like split.

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The east-west split is possible, but negotiable

Sviatoslav Denysenko, Expert of the Center of social studies Sofia
3 mar 2005
The electoral dissidence only seems insuperable; however, we can tackle it on our own through development of the local self-government, solution of economic problems, reintegration of production, and development of communications.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian club Public opinion after November 21

16 dec 2004
The tenth meeting of the Ukrainian club took place; this debating-society is intended for expert analysis of topical problems of public development of Ukraine. The experts analyzed the state of public opinion in Ukraine after the second round of presidential elections in 2004. In this context the experts underlined existing tendencies and forecasted structural changes of public opinion.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian club Elections-2004: choice of citizens or geopolitical game?

15 dec 2004
The participants of the Ukrainian club were suggested the topic Elections-2004: choice of citizens or geopolitical game? The experts attempted to consider presidential elections in 2004 not only from the point of view of their value for the Ukrainian society, but also through the prism of participation in them of the world community; hence the question of defense of national sovereignty of Ukraine, and the problem of invitation of the foreign-policy influence promoted by the Ukrainian elites.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian club The new cultural policy

14 dec 2004
The participants were suggested to consider The new cultural policy during the eighth meeting of the Ukrainian Club.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian Club Elections-2004: war till final victory or a new pact of elites?

13 dec 2004
The theme of meeting was Elections-2004: war to final victory or new pact of elites? Participants intend to discuss the state of Ukrainian elite and political architecture on the eve of the third round of presidential elections, and outline possible scenarios of political developments.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian Club Political and economic situation: pending crisis and how to control it

7 dec 2004
Participants attempted to find out, whether there is a real threat of economic crisis after the swift growth

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Meeting of the Ukrainian club Self-government as a basis of the new Ukrainian society"

6 dec 2004
Experts answer the question, if democracy is feasible without the strong self-government.

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Schedule of the "Ukrainian club" (07-10.12.2004)

6 dec 2004
The "Ukrainian Club" is designed to initiate dialog and expertly probe the most acute problems of public development and it continues working.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian Club Political reform: compromise or blind alley?

6 dec 2004
The third meeting of the Ukrainian Club was devoted to the theme Political reform: compromise or blind alley?" The future and value of political reform for political crisis control and improvement of administration were scrutinized. Simultaneously the completion of presidential elections, structuring of parliament under new conditions, and relations of the branches of power were discussed.

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Meeting of the Ukrainian Club "Control-gears and priorities of the new government"

3 dec 2004
The second meeting discussed Control-gears and priorities of the new government. What awaits usprovisional government or the government of national trust?

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Other themes

PENSION REFORM IN UKRAINE: Whereinto is the wind of changes blowing?

Our 20 years

FUTURE MONEY: local, national, or global currency? Paper or e-money?

20 years of Independence of Ukraine: Myths and Realities

Ukrainian Character: Stronghold or Crumbling Fortress?

The land market and the future of agriculture in Ukraine

Ukraines Trek to Europe: Stoppage or Direction Change?

Republic: de jure or de facto?

The agenda of the new President: stabilization or development?

Local elections 2010: farewell to self-government?

Ideology is dead. Long live the new ideology?

Future without Future or Why Ukraine loses its educated society?

Like capital, like labor

Destiny of reforms in Ukraine: feasible vs. unfeasible?

End of democracy? or Is it temporarily losing its position?

Humanitarian Policy in Ukraine: is there a future?

Multiculturalism vs Nationalism

New global economic order

Personnel decides the outcome, or brain-drain in Ukraine

Religion in the socio-political context of Ukraine

Customs or the Union?

Virtual reality and netocracy: new touches to the portrait of Ukraine

Rights or duties only? (On the state of human rights in Ukraine and in the world over the last 65 years)

Towns: richness of a variety or poverty of decline

Ukraine-EU Partnership: Challenges and Opportunities

The polarization of society is a source of permanent instability. Will Ukraine find a social compromise?

Phenomenon of Ukrainian Maidan

UKRAINIAN PROJECT: reforming, restart, or creation of a new one?

Future of TV and Internet: merging, absorption, or coexistence?

WILL THE NEW INTERNATIONAL SECURITY SYSTEM BE BORN IN UKRAINE?

WORLD AT WAR or WAR IN THE WORLD?

"Left movement" in Ukraine: does it have any future?

Public administration: does it need reshuffling?

 

 

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