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    2002 Parliamentary Elections

    RCC Guide: News and analysis about Ukrainian politics on the Web

    As Ukrainian politicians and parties of all stripes and colors prepare to test the turgid parliamentary electoral waters, Internet site owners, webmasters and journalists are right behind them. The coming months will see both intelligent debate and outrageous mud-slinging in all media, and the Internet promises to become a captive of circumstance. Professional political observers, the international business community in Ukraine, and armchair strategists will have their hands full attempting to separate facts from hogwash as March 31, 2002 approaches.

    RCC took a look at what the Internet has to offer in terms of Ukrainian political news and analysis at the outset of the campaign. Below is a list of websites with significant political news and analytical content that will be primary sources of information during the campaign. This guide includes web portals, print publications with substantial Net presence, and Internet-only news, analysis and commentary sites.

    As is typical for Ukrainian print and electronic media, most of the sites described are Russian-only or heavily Russian-language. Several of the highest quality sites are available in Ukrainian, however. There is, however, a severe lack of quality English-language political news, analysis and commentary, however.


    Web Portals


    Name: Bigmir
    URL: www.bigmir.net
    Languages: Russian
    Updates: Daily
    Executive Summary: This "horizontal portal" managed by Sputnik Media (part of Kyiv Post publisher Jed Sunden's growing media fiefdom) is a useful place to launch information forays into Ukraine. The portal contains links to hundreds of news and other useful sites. There is also a text browser with extensive Cyrillic capability.


    Name: UKROP - Ukraine's United Portal
    URL: www.ukrop.com
    Languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian
    Updates: Varies from hourly to several times daily
    Executive Summary: Initially sponsored by Studio 1+1 TV, this portal provides news, links and search capabilities that focus on Ukrainian-language resources. One of its more useful features is a press overview section with links to publications with solid political news coverage. Occasional irregularity of updating is a bit of a drawback.


    Name: Brama - Gateway Ukraine
    URL: www.brama.com
    Languages: English, Ukrainian
    Updates: Several times daily
    Executive Summary: This New York-based portal has excellent linkage to Ukrainian political and general purpose sites worldwide. A solid media links list, impressive press release section, and frequently updated links to BBC and Financial Times Ukraine coverage, as well as a lively discussion forum round out the package. The Brama site is a firm believer in freedom of speech, and every view gets a fair hearing, as long as its exponents choose to post to Brama. The site also features news from Brama Press that is exclusive to the site, and tends to focus on issues affecting New Yorkers and Americans of Ukrainian origin.


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    Name: UNIAN
    URL: www.unian.net
    Languages: Ukrainian, Russian
    Updates: Hourly
    Summary: The online headquarters of one of Ukraine's leading private news agencies, this site contains extensive political coverage. A variety of free and subscription-only options are available to users, including a discussion forum and photo archive. UNIAN is also offering a special pre-election weekly journal in Ukrainian and Russian that will become a daily as election day draws nearer (subscription-only).


    Name: Interfax Ukraine
    URL: www.interfax.com.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English
    Updates: Several times daily
    Summary: A comprehensive privately-owned news agency site, its tri-lingual format with a variety of subscriber and general public information options makes Interfax useful for general political news and events coverage. The Russian version is most frequently updated, however all three editions are quite usable.


    Name: Ukrinform Ukrainian State News Agency
    URL: www.dinau.com.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, Russian
    Updates: Regular updates throughout the course of the day
    Summary: This is the website of the official state news agency. It provides a full range of services, including regularly updated news coverage. As a state entity, however, it is at times editorially constrained.


    Name: UNIAR
    URL: www.uniar.ukrnet.net
    Languages: Russian, Ukrainian
    Updates: Advertised as Daily
    Summary: This subscription-only news agency provides daily comprehensive news coverage, a daily clippings services, a variety of weekly digests, and tailored paid research.


    Major Print Publications with Online Editions


    Name: Dzerkalo Tyzhnia (Zerkalo Nedeli, Mirror Weekly)
    URL: www.zerkalo-nedeli.com
    Languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English
    Updates: Weekly (Saturday morning, Kyiv time)
    Summary: Tri-lingual website of Ukraine's leading analytical weekly newspaper, this is a powerful resource for analysts, journalists and all sundry with an interest in the inner workings of Ukrainian political and economic life. Selected articles are translated into English each week. The site has a searchable archive that, however, is only partially available in English and Ukrainian (at its startup, Zerkalo Nedeli was a Russian-only publication), as well as a discussion forum. Editor-in-Chief: Volodymyr Mostovii. Deputy Editor: Yulia Mostova. Dzerkalo Tyzhnia works closely with the Razumkov Centre (see below), with the latter providing in-depth expert analyses on a range of economic, social and political issues to this newspaper. The Politics editor is Serhiy Rakhmanin, whose writing is so influential that MPs refer to it in order to better understand the bills before them in parliament.


    Name: Polityka i Kultura (PiK)
    URL: www.pic.com.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian
    Updates: Weekly
    Summary: Ukraine's only national Ukrainian-language popular journal of politics and culture, PiK serves a relatively high-brow readership that includes members of the political class, commentators and the intelligentsia. It pulls relatively few punches and enjoys taking irreverent, but generally well-grounded, shots at most of Ukraine's politicians and many of its oligarchs. The print edition has experienced distribution problems at times, owing to this willingness to criticize. For those who prefer spicy political and social commentary in Ukrainian, a logical choice. PiK only serves up the first few paragraphs of each article on its site. To read the whole article, you have to buy the print edition. Politics is covered diligently by Orest Sokhar. Ihor Slisarenko, journalist professor and TV morning man, covers foreign affairs. Each issue features former UNA-UNSO leader Dmytro Korchynsky's warnings of impending revolution. PiK's project is managed by Zenoviy Kulyk, who used to be the Minister of Information and run State TV.


    Name: Postup
    URL: http://postup.brama.com
    Languages: Ukrainian
    Updates: Daily
    Executive Summary: The online version of this Lviv-based newspaper, Postup provides a Western Ukrainian perspective on national news and extensive local coverage. Editor-in-chief is former PiK deputy editor Oleh Onysko. If all of Ukraine's newspapers practiced freedom of the press like Postup does, then there would be no problems, literally speaking.


    Name: Den (The Day)
    URL: www.day.kiev.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English
    Update: Daily, plus weekly English digest (Wednesdays)
    Summary: This is one of the most influential of newspapers in Kyiv. Tied to the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, General Yevhen Marchuk, Den provides a loyal, though intelligent, interpretation of the events of the day in politics. The English weekly digest The Day is edited by the former Head of the U.S. Commission on the 1932-33 Ukraine Famine, Dr. James Mace. Mace graces the The Day's front page with fresh commentary every week.


    Name: Eastern Economist
    URL: www.easterneconomist.com
    www.brama.com/eastern-economist
    Languages: English
    Updates: Weekly (some items updated daily)
    Summary: This is the Internet home of Ukraine's oldest group of Western-owned English-language business publications. Publisher Lidia Wolanskyj's Matlid Publications has served the international and local business communities with economic and political news and analysis through a variety of print and electronically distributed vehicles since 1994. Those interested can subscribe to Eastern Economist, a weekly color magazine, and the Eastern Economist Daily, a news digest sent out via email. The site menu includes links to Money Maker, a Russian-language business journal as well as Dining Out in Kyiv, a comprehensive tri-lingual (English-Ukrainian-Russian) handbook updated annually.


    Name: KP News (Kyiv Post)
    URL: www.kpnews.com
    www.kyivpost.com
    www.thepost.kiev.ua
    Languages: English
    Updates: Hourly
    Summary: This is the daily news site administered by Kyiv Post Publications. Located in Ukraine's capital, KP News draws on the Kyiv Post weekly print newspaper, Korrespondent.net, and a variety of other working editorial resources at Kyiv Post Publications and Sputnik Media, owned by Kyiv Post Publisher Jed Sunden. The site provides real-time news, news analysis and commentary, including significant political and economic content. Spicy political tidbits are provided by former congressional aide, now Rada insider, Jim Davis. The site also offers a subscription-based daily news service.


    Name: The Ukrainian Weekly
    URL: www.ukrweekly.com
    Languages: English
    Updates: Weekly
    Summary: Published by the Ukrainian National Association since 1933, The Weekly is a U.S.-based newspaper with extensive coverage of news and events in or concerning Ukraine. The site offers full access to the print publication's archive, with limited previews of current issues and subscription information. The Weekly is read widely by North American government audiences and is distributed outside the Ukrainian community in academia and think tanks as well. The Weekly was the first Western publication to open a press bureau in Kyiv, in early 1991. Today, that bureau is run by veteran reporter Roman Woronowycz.


    Name: Kievskii Telegraf
    URL: www.k-telegraf.kiev.ua
    Languages: Russian
    Updates: Weekly
    Summary: Did they know about the Internet at KGB school in Moscow? You would think so, after visiting the site financed by one of their students. KT is the Internet "face" of the Kyiv weekly newspaper owned by Andrii Derkach (MP - Labor Ukraine, son of former SBU chief Leonid Derkach). The publication offers a variety of news and commentary on political events and personalities, and packages it all in a turn of the 20th century style that appeals to certain elements of the Ukrainian national political elite and russified intelligentsia. Not bereft of talented contributors nonetheless, including Victor Slyozko, and experienced political reporter and commentator Oleksandr Yurchuk.


    Name: Stolichniye Novosti
    URL: http://cn.com.ua
    Languages: Russian with occasional articles in Ukrainian
    Updates: Weekly, plus daily news updates from MigNews
    Summary: Website of the print weekly owned by der oligarch Vadym Rabinovych. This publication provides a range of political news and commentary, is well put together, and has already pulled out the stops on certain of Mr. Rabinovych's political opponents, such as the Minister for the Ecology and Green Party member Serhii Kurykin.


    Name: Fakty i Kommentarii
    URL: www.facts.kiev.ua
    Languages: Russian
    Updates: Daily
    Executive Summary: Website of the low-brow Kyiv-based daily owned by oligarch MP Viktor Pinchuk. The print edition's large nationwide circulation and mass readership make it an excellent pipeline for distributing questionable information about political opponents as the election campaign progresses.


    Web-only Political News, Analysis and Commentary Sites


    Name: Korrespondent.net
    URL: www.korrespondent.net
    www.korespondent.net for the Ukrainian edition (note - with one less "r")
    Languages: Russian, Ukrainian
    Updates: several times per hour
    Summary: This Kyiv-based site, which recently celebrated its one-year anniversary online, provides general news updated around the clock. It gives extensive coverage to events in Parliament, the Government, and the Presidential Administration, among others. While short on analysis, it often reprints or translates foreign news media articles on Ukrainian life and politics, particularly Russian publications such as Vremya Novostei, Kommersant and Nezavisimaya Gazeta. The Ukrainian-language edition is updated a bit less frequently than its Russian-language "Older Brother" as a result of editorial human resource allocation. Both are excellent choices for the language-capable foreigner with time for one news site to browse. Part of the Sputnik Media fiefdom.


    Name: Ukrayinska Pravda
    URL: www.pravda.com.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, Russian
    Updates: News - hourly; Analysis and Opinion Pieces - several times per day
    Summary: Established by investigative reporter Heorhii Gongadze, whose murder triggered a major political scandal in Fall 2000, that led to months-long demonstrations against President Leonid Kuchma, this Internet newspaper has consistently attacked Ukraine's oligarchs and corruption since its inception in Spring 2000. One of the most highly-rated such sites in Ukraine, this publication features a full range of political and other news and commentary. It is by many accounts the voice of the non-Communist opposition on the Internet. Currently administered by Gongadze's colleague Olena Prytula. The site received a much needed financial boost from outgoing U.S. ambassador Stephen Pifer, which helped it survive.


    Name: Forum
    URL: www.for-ua.com
    www.for.com.ua
    http://ukr.for-ua.com/
    http://eng.for-ua.com/
    Languages: Russian, Ukrainian and English
    Updates: Hourly
    Summary: Comprehensive online political news, news analysis and analysis publication. Visitors may subscribe to a free daily headlines list-serve to keep abreast of developments. This site is a frequent source for other Internet publications. Their ownership is unclear, and the site's billing contact resides in Cyprus. Featuring political analysts like Kost Bondarenko, the site tends not to be one-sided in their reporting and analysis. Forum's correspondents are excellent in gathering commentary from an extensive variety of sources on political issues.


    Name: The Razumkov Centre (Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies)
    URL: www.uceps.com.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian
    Updates: Monthly; certain sections updated more frequently
    Summary: Website of one of Ukraine's premier think tanks, it is an analysis-only site with a text search engine and archive of the journal National Security & Defense. The Razumkov Centre conducts sociological surveys and holds public policy roundtables on security, political, economic and social issues.


    Name: Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research (UCIPR)
    URL: www.ucipr.kiev.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, English
    Updates: Ukrainian updates weekly, English updates less frequently
    Executive Summary: This site belongs to one of the oldest Ukrainian think tanks in existence. Its long-time director was well-known TV journalist Vyacheslav Pikhovshek, who recently disassociated himself from this institution. The site offers up political and other analysis, including a Research Update and Economic Reform Update, both of which may be subscribed to via e-mail. The site archives past issues of these updates, and has a search engine in excellent working order.


    Name: UAToday
    URL: www.uatoday.net
    Languages: Russian, Ukrainian
    Updates: Hourly (varies according to topic)
    Summary: This is a solid comprehensive news and news analysis site providing coverage of Ukrainian politics and with a plethora of other topics as well. The site offers WAP news updates for mobile telephone users.


    Name: Part Org
    URL: www.part.org.ua
    Languages: Russian, English
    Updates: Hourly
    Summary: Near real-time political news and commentary site run by the Agency for Humanitarian Technologies (www.aht.org) headed by Volodymyr Hranovskii, Part Org provides top-level analysis on the entire gamut of current political issues from an openly pro-Presidential perspective. The site is said to be influenced by business heavyweight and MP Viktor Pinchuk, who is close to Leonid Kuchma. The site offers free subscriptions to news alerts. But careful - the Russian language alerts will flood your inbox at a rate of 30-40 messages a day. Part Org offers English language news alerts, also a free service. Subscribers receive 10-15 alerts a day. The alerts contain links to the stories on the site.


    Name: MigNews
    URL: www.MigNews.com.ua
    Languages: Russian
    Updates: Hourly
    Summary: Part of Vadym Rabinovych's Media International Group's holdings in Ukraine, this site provides news and a limited amount of political analysis. Mr. Rabinovych is presently working to promote a variety of Moscow-Kyiv political linkages through this and other media outlets in Ukraine. See Stolichniye Novosti, above. Watch NTV-Ukraine in the near future. The MigNews site is comprehensive and well-executed, and regular observers may expect to see it promoting a particular political line as the election draws nearer.


    Name: Expert Center
    URL: www.expert.org.ua
    Languages: Russian, English (Ukrainian version no longer online)
    Updates: Several times daily
    Summary: This site surfaced in Fall 2000 as a quick-reaction news analysis and political commentary site. It saw substantial traffic during the height of the Ukraine Without Kuchma movement's activities in Spring of this year. Its ownership is opaque, although it has featured commentary of a decidedly pro-Moscow political orientation.


    Name: Ukraina.Ru
    URL: www.ukraine.ru
    Languages: Russian
    Updates: Several times daily
    Summary: Published by media interests directed by Russian political operative Gleb Pavlovskii, this site is being promoted in Russia and Ukraine as a comprehensive news and commentary site bringing Ukrainian politics to broad Russian audiences. Mr. Pavlovskii is the author of numerous Russian Internet projects such as Strana.Ru, and is an important adviser to the image of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The site seeks to evince a Ukrainian flavor, and is pulling no punches in "analyzing" the run-up to the coming Ukrainian parliamentary elections. It is being positioned to become a propaganda pipeline for its Ukrainian beneficiaries, rumored to be oligarchs of a social democratic flavor. Journalists writing for this site are encouraged to use pseudonyms by management. The site is updated frequently, and the journalists who work for the site praise the speed with which their articles appear on the 'Net, and payment in their pockets.


    Name: Politychna Ukrayina
    URL: www.polit.com.ua
    Languages: Ukrainian, English
    Updates: Daily
    Summary: Published by the Committee of Voters of Ukraine, this site is heavy on news, in particular on elections and political parties. The analysis section contains articles written by CVU members from throughout Ukraine as well as outside authors. The site also contains a catalogue of political personalities, NGOs, media and related materials. The Ukrainian version is better updated than its English counterpart.


    Name: Ukrayina Kriminalnaya (Criminal Ukraine)
    URL: www.cripo.com.ua
    Languages: Russian
    Updates: Daily
    Summary: Specialized site run by Kyiv-based investigative journalist Oleh Yeltsov, dedicated to exposing official corruption and exploring brewing political scandals. The site has been particularly harsh on certain former Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) figures, but Mr. Yeltsov has never criticized National Security and Defense Council Secretary and one-time SBU Head Yevhen Marchuk. The site also contains the research, writing and analysis of one of the best Melnychenkologists, Oleksiy Stepura.


    Name: Defense Express
    URL: www.defense-ua.com
    Languages: Russian, English
    Updates: Daily
    Summary: Published by the Center for Army Conversion and Disarmament Studies. Another specialized site, it regularly runs political news and analysis as it relates to security, defense, military and strategic issues.


    Name: Avanport
    URL: www.avanport.com
    Languages: Russian (Ukrainian edition has limited content)
    Updates: Hourly
    Executive Summary: Avanport provides regular news updates, as well as a variety of discussion forums and press review sections by subject, including, of course, politics. A Cyrillic-text search engine is built into the site, which relies heavily on such sites as Forum for its news updates. This site is more of a portal than a dedicated analytical site.


    We welcome comments and suggestions from our readers with regard to this partial and, naturally, subjective, list. RCC does not necessarily endorse anything appearing on the above websites, nor do we necessarily disagree… Readers requiring in-depth information on Ukrainian media, parties, politicians, the upcoming elections or other matters may inquire about our comprehensive suite of research and analysis services. Have a URL that you think should be on our list? info@rccpr.com.ua.


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