BRAMA
  UKRAINEWSTAND
Home - NEWS - Weather - Biz - Sports - Press - Calendar - Classifieds

  УКРАІНОВИНИ
Home - НОВИНИ - Погода - Ділове - Спорт - Прес - Календар - Оголошення
UkraiNEWStand BRAMA Press News UKR News ENG News RUS News GOV'T TV/Radio Journals Newsletters World Kiosks
Mon, November 30, 18:33 EST
Main
  • BRAMA Home
  • Submit press release
  • Submit news article links

  • Search

  • full search
  • NEWS
    More articles by section:
     ·  Regional-National-Int'l
     ·  Politics/Elections
     ·  Business
     ·  Diaspora/Community
     ·  Issues/Health
     ·  Education
     ·  Arts/Culture
     ·  Religion
     ·  Sports
     ·  Travel
     ·  BRAMA Press
    Forums
     ·  News & Politics BB (Chat)
     ·  E-mail Lists
    Classified
     ·  Help Wanted
     ·  Situations wanted
     ·  Real Estate Ukr
     ·  Real Estate Oth
     ·  For Sale
     ·  Want-To-Buy

     ·  Obituaries
     ·  Announcements
     ·  Miscellaneous
    Features
     ·  Politics/Elections
     ·  History of Ukraine
     ·  Ukrainian Traditions
     ·  Ukrainian Shops

    [BRAMA Client Websites]
    places to visit


    [ TOP]

    HEADLINE ARCHIVES
    To FIND a word on any page: CTRL-F and type your search term
    2004 - [12] [11] [10] [09] [08] [07] [06] [05] [04] [03] [02] [01]

    ARCHIVE
    [Current month]
    [2015] [2014] [2013] [2012] [2011] [2010]
    [2009] [2008] [2007] [2006] [2005] [2004] [2003] [2002] [2001] [2000]
    [1999] [1998] [1997]

  • Analysis: Polls split ex-USSR (BBC) 12/31/2004
  • Yanukovych Resigns Post As Ukraine PM (AP/Yahoo) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine PM resigns, Yushchenko to ring in New Year with Georgian leader (AFP/Yahoo) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich resigns as prime minister, does not concede vote (AFX/Yahoo) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich resigns as prime minister (Reuters) 12/31/2004
  • Yanukovych quits as Ukraine PM (BBC News) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Greets 2005 at 'Orange Revolution' Square (Bloomberg) 12/31/2004
  • Georgia Leader Travels to Boost Yushchenko (AP/Yahoo) 12/31/2004
  • PM Presses Legal Case as Ukrainians Mark New Year (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/31/2004
  • New Year's in the New Ukraine (Slate) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine Looks to New Year for Pro-Western Political Course (VOA News) 12/31/2004
  • Analysis: Polls split ex-USSR (BBC News) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Loses Bid to Scuttle Vote (LA Times) 12/31/2004
  • Yushchenko moves one step closer to power (The Scotsman) 12/31/2004
  • Court clears last obstacle to Orange Revolution in Ukraine (The Times) 12/31/2004
  • Court rejects final challenge to Yushchenko (Financial Times) 12/31/2004
  • Yanukovich loses attempt to annul Ukrainian vote (Guardian) 12/31/2004
  • Yanukovich's appeal rejected (AAP/Yahoo) 12/31/2004
  • 'Dysfunctional' economy is Yushchenko's first challenge (IH Tribune) 12/31/2004
  • Ukraine, Moldova abolish visa demands (UPI/Wash Times) 12/31/2004
  • Turkmenistan Suspends Gas Supplies to Russia, Ukraine (Mosnews) 12/31/2004

  • Canada congratulates winner of Ukraine's presidential election (News.GC.ca) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma may face murder rap (UPI/Wash Times) 12/30/2004
  • Photo: Pooches for Yushchenko: a supporter of Ukraine's opposition walks with a dog decorated with orange ribbon in downtown Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • Letter from Kiev (CBC News) 12/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Central Election Commission head Yaroslav Davydovych speaks during the commission session in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • Yushchenko prepares for inauguration as poll panel rejects Yanukovych appeal (CP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine PM runs out of options to contest opposition win (AFP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • Yanukovych's Legal Moves Over Ukraine Election Nearly Exhausted (VOA News) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian election dispute appears near end (PBS NewsHour) 12/30/2004
  • Yanukovych's Appeal Rejected in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • Court Rejects Ukraine PM's Election Complaints (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • UCCA welcomes victory of democracy in Ukraine -/- УККА вітає перемогу демократії в Україні (BRAMA) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine: Interview with Borys Tarasiuk, Yushchenko's Foreign Policy Adviser (RFE/RL) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Court Rejects Early Vote Challenges (RFE/RL) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian PM's appeals rejected (BBC) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Court Rejects Yanukovich’s Vote Violation Claims (Mosnews) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine PM Hits Hurdles in Election Complaint [Supreme Court said it had thrown out all but one of his complaints] (Reuters) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Supreme Court rejects three of four Yanukovych's complaints (Interfax-Russia) 12/30/2004
  • Murdered journalist returns to haunt defeated regime (The Times) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Shrugs Off Vote Challenge (RFE/RL) 12/30/2004
  • Tsunami Death Toll Rockets to 114,000 (AP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • Justice Dept. Seeks to Revoke Citizenship of Man Linked to Nazis [Michael Bojcun] (NY Times) 12/30/2004
  • Forging Political Alliances In The New Ukraine. By Jan Maksymiuk (RFE/RL) 12/30/2004
  • From Spring Hill, family ties reach Ukrainian leader (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 12/30/2004
  • Yushchenko poised to govern (Australia News) 12/30/2004
  • Yushchenko outlines presidency goals [corruption, social policy, EU integration] (Interfax-Russia) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian government to be formed on quota principle - Yushchenko (Interfax-Moscow) 12/30/2004
  • Figel [Slovakia's EU Commissioner] congratulates Ukraine (Slovensko) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine's election loser digs in his heels (Sydney Morning Herald) 12/30/2004
  • Yanukovych Shows No Sign of Conceding [Yushchenko's spokeswoman Irina Gerashchenko denied the report by Interfax news agency saying Yushchenko planned to offer Tymoshenko the prime minister's post in his government.] (AP/Yahoo) 12/30/2004
  • 2004 Presidential Election Data - interactive tables by Bohdan Skrobach (Website) 12/30/2004
  • Exporting the Ukraine Miracle. By Max Boot (LA Times) 12/30/2004
  • Why The Road West Will Be Rocky [Jan 10 2005 issue] (Business Week) 12/30/2004
  • Yushchenko picks ally as next Ukrainian PM (UPI/Wash Times) 12/30/2004
  • Azeris Experts About Their Observations in Ukrainian Presidential Elections (Baku Today) 12/30/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine's upturn / It's a new beginning for an embattled country (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 12/30/2004
  • Editorial: Hope rises in Ukraine (Binghamton Press Sun&Bulletin) 12/30/2004
  • The truth will not be murdered: interview with Oleh Rybachuk, Yushchenko's chief of staff -/- Правду не вбити… SPECIAL (BRAMA) 12/30/2004
  • Questions for 2005 (Wash Post) 12/30/2004
  • Yushchenko Steps Out Presidentially; Rival Grumbles (NY Times) 12/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Premier Files Election Complaint (Wash Post) 12/30/2004
  • Yushchenko may prosecute his opponents (Guardian) 12/30/2004
  • Likely Key Figures in a Yushchenko Presidency (AP/Moscow Times) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine will need western help in the coming cold peace (Financial Times) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine accepts long wait in effort to join EU. By Tom Warner and Stefan Wagstyl (Financial Times) 12/30/2004
  • Waiting for democracy (Daily Telegraph) 12/30/2004
  • Kiev protesters block cabinet meeting (The Scotsman) 12/30/2004
  • Ukraine's opposition reinstates blockade (Daily Telegraph) 12/30/2004

  • If Ukraine was not a nation before, it certainly has earned right to that status now (Cape Times) 12/29/2004
  • Ukrainian PM defiant after defeat (BBC) 12/29/2004
  • Orange victory tastes sweet for local Ukrainians (Villager) 12/29/2004
  • US seeks to revoke citizenship of accused Ukrainian Nazi (AFP) 12/29/2004
  • Man Accused of Persecuting Jews in WWII [Trenton, NJ][Michael Bojcun, 86, is accused of joining the Ukrainian Auxiliary Police in 1941] (Florida Ledger) 12/29/2004
  • OSCE Congratulates Ukrainian People on Conduct of Election (USDOS) 12/29/2004
  • AUDIO: Yanukovich Refuses to Concede in Ukraine Election (NPR) 12/29/2004
  • Ukrainian cabinet cancels meeting (BBC) 12/29/2004
  • Yulia Tymoshenko to be named Ukrainian PM by Yushchenko (Interfax-Russia) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko will renegotiate treaties (UPI/Wash Times) 12/29/2004
  • Schröder Congratulates Yushchenko, Invites Him to Germany (Germany Info) 12/29/2004
  • Russia protests radio interference [Russia accused Ukraine of deliberately blocking radio broadcasts] (UPI/Wash Times) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine's Prime Minister Challenges Presidential Re-Run Results (VOA) 12/29/2004
  • Letter: Today, I am proud to be Ukrainian (BRAMA) 12/29/2004
  • Atanas T. Kobryn column: Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians (Sun-Herald) 12/29/2004
  • Tsunami Death Toll Rises to 76,700. Red Cross warned that the toll could eventually surpass 100,000 (Kewanee Star Courier) 12/29/2004
  • Group of UOC-MP Orthodox Faithful Ask Constantinople Patriarch for Refuge (RISU) 12/29/2004
  • Vladimir Putin's paranoia is isolating Russia (IHT) 12/29/2004
  • Moscow refuses to accept poll results (Sydney Morning Herald) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko says inauguration may take place after Jan 10 (Interfax-Russia) 12/29/2004
  • Yanukovych not planning to step down as PM (Interfax-Russia) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Makes Last-Ditch Bid to Keep Power (Reuters) 12/29/2004
  • Passion Led American on Road to Kiev. Chicago girl became a Reagan aide and dreamed of liberty for her family's homeland. Now she is poised to be Ukraine's first lady. [Kateryna Chumachenko Yushchenko] (LA Times) 12/29/2004
  • Suburban couple remembers Ukraine's soon-to-be first lady [Kateryna Chumachenko Yushchenko] (Chicago Daily Herald) 12/29/2004
  • Kuchma Pretended to Restore Yanukovych on His Position of Prime Minister (Maidan) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine Government Holds Meeting Without PM (Reuters) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Lifts Blockade of Govt Building After Session is Cancelled (Mosnews) 12/29/2004
  • Ukrainian Government Cancels Meeting Amid Protest (Wash Post) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine government cancels meeting amid protest (Reuters) 12/29/2004
  • Opponents force Ukraine premier to miss meeting (Reuters) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine opposition supporters block government headquarters (AFP/Yahoo) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko lands new blow to rival (Daily Telegraph) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko Backers Block Cabinet Building (AP/Yahoo) 12/29/2004
  • Ukrainian Premier Yanukovych Appeals Election Results (Update3) (Bloomberg) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine PM Files Poll Complaints to Court, Commission (Reuters) 12/29/2004
  • Yanukovich appeals Ukraine vote results with election officials (AFP/Yahoo) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko Seeks to Bar Rival's Cabinet From a Meeting (NY Times) 12/29/2004
  • Opinion: Rallying to Ukraine's cause (The Scotsman) 12/29/2004
  • Protests in Ukraine as PM refuses to concede (The Scotsman) 12/29/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine/The Orange Revolution wins (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 12/29/2004
  • Ukrainian angst. Angry loser bids to keep his nation in Russia's shadow (Arizona Republic) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko plans to revise cooperation with Russia (Interfax-Russia) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko's foreign policy won't be multi-sided - aide (Interfax-Russia) 12/29/2004
  • EU membership 'principal goal' for new Ukraine government - Yushchenko (AFX/Yahoo) 12/29/2004
  • Thousands pay tribute to dead Ukrainian minister (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/29/2004
  • US Prods Ukraine Courts to Uphold Yushchenko Win (Reuters) 12/29/2004
  • Emerging debt-Ukraine debt rises in election afterglow (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/29/2004
  • Ukrainian student made second trip to vote (Mankato Free Press) 12/29/2004
  • Пора українського вибору: між революцією та реформою [Between Revolution and Reform] (Критика) 12/29/2004
  • Із життя близькосхідних помаранчів (Критика) 12/29/2004
  • Революція шукає переможця (Критика) 12/29/2004
  • Помаранчевi починають i перемагають (Критика) 12/29/2004
  • Soros group warns of Kazakh close (BBC) 12/29/2004
  • Soros Foundation charged with tax evasion [in Kazakhstan, $623,000] (IOL) 12/29/2004
  • Orange Revolution eyes Belarus (Globe and Mail) 12/29/2004
  • Opinion: Ukraine euphoria (Salt Lake Tribune) 12/29/2004
  • Victor in Ukrainian Vote Urges New Protest (Wash Post) 12/29/2004
  • Yushchenko calls on supporters to block election challenge (Independent) 12/29/2004
  • Pressure mounts on Yanukovich to yield (Guardian) 12/29/2004
  • Violent deaths expose Ukraine's underside (Financial Times) 12/29/2004
  • Fraud minister 'suicide' probe (The Scotsman) 12/29/2004
  • The secret to success in Ukraine (IH Tribune) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine: the wider challenge (Financial Times) 12/29/2004
  • Kiev's celebrations are not the end of things (The Scotsman) 12/29/2004
  • Ukraine poll victor promises to continue friendship with Russia (The Times) 12/29/2004
  • Moscow threat to Yushchenko victory (Daily Telegraph) 12/29/2004
  • Democracy triumphs in Ukraine (Neue Zuercher Zeitung) 12/29/2004
  • Orange Christmas is a hit with foreign tourists (Daily Telegraph) 12/29/2004

  • Opinion: Less a revolution than a dramatic purging (Daily Telegraph) 12/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko greets supporters during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko cheer as they watch fireworks during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Europe has both moral and strategic reasons to reach out to Ukraine (The Times) 12/28/2004
  • From banker to revolutionary hero (The Times) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Poor Loser (Der Spiegel) 12/28/2004
  • Ukrainian election challenges traditional Jewish identity (Jerusalem Post) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko reaches out to Russia as rival battles on (AFP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Democracy triumphs in Ukraine (Freedom House) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko calls for blockade of Ukraine govt office (AFX/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Calls for Blockade of Govt. (Reuters) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko regrets Russian stance (BBC) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko regrets Russian stance (BBC) 12/28/2004
  • Democracy triumphs in Ukraine (Freedom House) 12/28/2004
  • West greets victory for Yushchenko in Ukraine (Financial Times) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko calls for blockade of Ukraine govt office (AFX/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Calls for Blockade of Govt. (Reuters) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko reaches out to Russia as rival battles on (AFP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Viktor Victorious - it's official (BRAMA) 12/28/2004
  • Local Ukrainians hope for freedom back home (Berkshire Eagle) 12/28/2004
  • Canada congratulates Ukraine on election (AFP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Reform's victory, Ukraine's challenge. By Adrian Karatnycky (NY Post) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine PM, Urged to Accept Defeat, Returns to Work (Reuters) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Viktor Yushchenko Declared Election Winner (Update1) (Bloomberg) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine poll count complete -- Yushchenko wins (Reuters) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko wins Ukraine vote: final tally [Yushchenko - 51.99; Yanukovych - 44.19] (AFP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Ukrainians have won the right to choose their destiny. By Viktor Yushchenko [Financial Times] (Our Ukraine) 12/28/2004
  • Op-Ed: An orange Christmas in Ukraine (Wash Times) 12/28/2004
  • Commentary: Uncovering Ukraine's True Colors. The orange and the blue largely agree on where the nation should go (LA Times) 12/28/2004
  • West welcomes Ukraine poll result (BBC) 12/28/2004
  • Democracy finds a home in Ukraine (Boston Enterprise) 12/28/2004
  • Poll leaves Ukraine press divided (BBC) 12/28/2004
  • Ukrainian minister's death probed [Kyrpa was a key member of the ruling political clan] (BBC) 12/28/2004
  • Powell, White House Hail Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Turkmenistan threatens to cut off gas supplies to Russia, Ukraine [ups price of natural gas] (AP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Russian steel pipe makers to merge [creating the new company to gain a competitive advantage...over TMK, as well as Ukrainian pipe producers] (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • President Viktor Yushchenko - Editorial (NY Times) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko Wins 52% of Vote; Rival Vows a Challenge (NY Times) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Urged to Accept Defeat (AP/Yahoo) 12/28/2004
  • Ukrainians have won the right to choose their destiny. By Viktor Yushchenko (Financial Times) 12/28/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko: The future of Ukraine depends on every one of us (Independent) 12/28/2004
  • Challenges for the Orange Revolution (Financial Times) 12/28/2004
  • Yushchenko sweeps to victory but opponent refuses to accept result (Independent) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine to meet Russia as equal and strengthen ties to West (Independent) 12/28/2004
  • Lessons from Ukraine's realistic revolution (The Scotsman) 12/28/2004
  • Eastern Ukraine deflated by Yushchenko's victory (The Scotsman) 12/28/2004
  • Stalemate in Ukraine, Part 2 (The Scotsman) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's presidential choice spells failure for Putin's political plans (Daily Telegraph) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine and the world. A former Soviet satellite is now the fulcrum of Eurasia (The Times) 12/28/2004
  • Orange challenges (Guardian) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine's victor turns to healing (Guardian) 12/28/2004
  • Ukraine PM refuses to accept election defeat (Guardian) 12/28/2004
  • A Pumpkin Roll in Ukraine, World (CS Monitor) 12/28/2004
  • Task for new Ukraine leader: unity (CS Monitor) 12/28/2004
  • Orange Revolution Can't Happen Here (Moscow Times) 12/28/2004
  • Beyond Ukraine, a grim picture (IH Tribune) 12/28/2004

  • For some Ukrainian Jews, election means a different kind of identity (JTA) 12/27/2004
  • Analysis: Ukraine looks west (BBC News) 12/27/2004
  • Talkin' About a Revolution (Der Spiegel) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko's daunting future (UPI/Wash Times) 12/27/2004
  • Newshour: Power Struggle; Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko declared victory Monday in Ukraine's presidential re-vote. (PBS) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko's daunting future (UPI/Wash Times) 12/27/2004
  • Secretary Colin L. Powell Briefing ['This is an historic moment for democracy in Ukraine. While the results of Sunday's election are not yet official, it appears that the Ukrainian people finally had an opportunity to choose freely their next president.'] (USDOS) 12/27/2004
  • AUDIO: Yushchenko Appears to Win Ukraine Election (NPR) 12/27/2004
  • Infractions not as widespread in Ukrainian election says Canadian MP Wrzesnewskyj (BRAMA) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine Presidential Election 2004, 2nd Round re-run: New York, USA Results (BRAMA) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine Transport Minister Found Shot Dead (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Ukrainian Transport Minister Found Dead (AP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko Faces Obstacles in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Presidential Administration Consultant Lyudmyla Hrebenyuk: 'According to Our Data, Yushchenko Led the Election All the Time of the Vote Count' (Дзеркало Тижня) 12/27/2004
  • Distance least of obstacles in Ukraine vote (Chicago Tribune) 12/27/2004
  • Ukrainians Drive From N.C. To Washington To Vote [AP report] (NBC17) 12/27/2004
  • New Vote Reflects Transformed Political Landscape. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Wins Vote, But Rivals Vow To Challenge Results. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 12/27/2004
  • Will The Country Now Orient Itself Toward The West? By Jeremy Bransten (RFE/RL) 12/27/2004
  • US lawmakers hail Ukraine for commitment to fair vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • EU's Barroso welcomes Ukraine election result; sees'strengthened cooperation' (AFX/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Yanukovych campaign spent most on bribes, latest study shows (Ukrainian Journal) 12/27/2004
  • Pro-West Yushchenko wins Ukraine presidency in historic vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Press savours Yushchenko win (BBC) 12/27/2004
  • AUDIO: Yushchenko Appears to Win Ukraine Election (NPR) 12/27/2004
  • Youth newspaper ['Revolutsya'] covers Ukrainian activism (MSNBC) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine’s Yushchenko Declares Victory With 10% Lead (Mosnews) 12/27/2004
  • Russian Liberal Nemtsov Hails Yushchenko Victory in Ukraine (Mosnews) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko wins Ukraine's presidency (Guardian) 12/27/2004
  • Top Russian electoral official does not question Ukrainian vote (Interfax-Russia) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Declares Victory [Dated Tuesday December 28, 1:18 AM, Asia] (AP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Repeat second round of election brings Ukraine substantially closer to meeting international standards (OSCE) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine Presidential Election 2004, 2nd Round re-run: Vienna, Austria (No.1) Results -/- Протокол виборів президента України на ДВК N°1 в Австрії FOTOS/VIDEO (BRAMA) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko Has Unassailable Lead in Ukraine Poll (Reuters) 12/27/2004
  • Yanukovych to appeal election results (Interfax-Russia) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko congratulating supporters in Kyiv center (Interfax-Russia) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko 8.09% ahead of Yanukovych - update (Interfax-Russia) 12/27/2004
  • The diehard inhabitants of Kiev's tent city prepare to strike camp (Daily Telegraph) 12/27/2004
  • Yanukovich supporters in east, south of Ukraine angrily resigned over loss (AFX/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Gorbachev sees stable Ukraine after opposition election win (AFP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko wins Ukraine presidency (AFP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Opposition Win Could Open Ukraine for Investment (Reuters) 12/27/2004
  • Making their voices heard, half a world away (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 12/27/2004
  • Powell Hails Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Powell Hails Result of Ukrainian Election (Reuters) 12/27/2004
  • Britain 'strongly welcomes' Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • From America With Love. Ukraine's new first lady knows what freedom really means [Kateryna Chumachenko Yushchenko] (Opinion Journal) 12/27/2004
  • Kiev’s Victory Carnival [Newsweek] (MSNBC) 12/27/2004
  • Spirit of compromise at fore for Yushchenko. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/27/2004
  • 'All is calm' as Ukraine votes in rerun poll (Financial Times) 12/27/2004
  • America must back Ukraine's struggle for democracy. By Hillary Rodham Clinton (Financial Times) 12/27/2004
  • Russia's liberals hail Ukraine poll result (Financial Times) 12/27/2004
  • Ukrainians decide future. By Brady Williamson in Lviv, Ukraine (Capital Times) 12/27/2004
  • Yanukovych Vows Challenge in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Losing PM disputes Ukraine election (Reuters) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine election win challenged. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych has refused to concede defeat (BBC) 12/27/2004
  • Remarks on the Conference 'Ukraine's Choice' [UPDATED] AUDIO/FOTOS (BRAMA) 12/27/2004
  • Ukrainian Americans Cast Votes (AP/Yahoo) 12/27/2004
  • Highlights from DC conference 'Ukraine's Choice' AUDIO/FOTOS (BRAMA) 12/27/2004
  • America must back Ukraine's struggle for democracy. By Hillary Rodham Clinton (Financial Times) 12/27/2004
  • Scent of victory for Yushchenko as Ukraine shifts to the West (The Times) 12/27/2004
  • Yanukovich aide 'admits' defeat [AFP report] (Australia News) 12/27/2004
  • Russians rush to re-think Ukraine (BBC) 12/27/2004
  • Ukrainian green light for orange revolution (Daily Telegraph) 12/27/2004
  • Even on election day, 'Orange' rebels remain (CS Monitor) 12/27/2004
  • Energy needs forge Ukraine's link to Russia (IHT) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko will feel poison's effects for years (IHT) 12/27/2004
  • Yushchenko win tipped [AFP report] (Australia News) 12/27/2004
  • Police not expecting any incidents during Ukrainian elections (Interfax-Russia) 12/27/2004
  • Ukraine may join WTO in 2005 - former PM [Kinakh] (Interfax-Russia) 12/27/2004

  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Declares Victory (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Presidential Election Appears To Go Smoothly (RFE/RL) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine senses the future’s orange. By Askold Krushelnycky (Sunday Times) 12/26/2004
  • Somber Mood in Ukraine's East After Vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • L.Kulynych VIDEO: Ukrainians vote in re-run of election 2nd round, New York City VIDEO (BRAMA) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainians vote in re-run of election 2nd round, New York City SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 12/26/2004
  • Sydney Ukrainians choose Yushchenko (BRAMA) 12/26/2004
  • Yushchenko claims victory in Ukraine election (Globe and Mail) 12/26/2004
  • AUDIO: High Turnout in Round Two of Ukraine Elections (NPR) 12/26/2004
  • AUDIO: Challenger Yushchenko Leads in Ukraine Election (NPR) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainian Americans Vote for President (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Orange celebration as Yushchenko claims 'clean' victory in Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Western-leaning opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko flashes a victory sign to supporters at Independence Square (AFP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • No sign of massive fraud in Ukraine rerun vote - NGO [Committee of Ukraine Voters] (AFX/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko: Ukraine's contradictions incarnate (AFP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainian protesters in opposition tent camp say they can taste victory [AP report] (CNEWS) 12/26/2004
  • Pro-West Yushchenko leads in Ukraine presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • By busload, voters converge on Chicago Ukrainian consulate [AP report] (Belleville News Democrat) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Leads in Revote With Fifth of Vote Counted (Bloomberg) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko celebrate during a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko holds his campaign posters reading: 'Yes' during a celebration rally in Kiev's main Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Viktor Yanukovich: The loneliest politician in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • 'All calm' as Ukraine votes in rerun poll (Financial Times) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainians for Yanukovych May Be Let Down (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Voters Turn Out for Closely Watched Presidential Election Re-run (VOA) 12/26/2004
  • Exit Polls Give Yushchenko the Presidency (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • ICTV Exit Poll Declares Liberal Opposition Leader Viktor Yushchenko Landslide Winner in Ukrainian Presidential Election (PRNewswire) 12/26/2004
  • Yushchenko is over 10% ahead of Yanukovych in Sunday elections - exit polls (Part 2) (Interfax-Russia) 12/26/2004
  • Yanukovych says many Ukrainian citizens unable to vote (Interfax-Russia) 12/26/2004
  • Yushchenko 'wins' Ukraine election [Polls show wide margins] (Reuters) 12/26/2004
  • Turnout at 32 Ukrainian districts stands at 53% as of 3 p.m. (Interfax-Russia) 12/26/2004
  • Exit Poll Says Liberal Yushchenko Wins in Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • 'People power' wins in Ukraine (Boston Globe) 12/26/2004
  • Election official murdered in Ukraine [presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych's representative] (Daily Telegraph) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine votes in historic presidential rerun (Daily Telegraph) 12/26/2004
  • Russia & Ukraine: The Putin factor (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 12/26/2004
  • A Ukraine election observer writes – part 2 (Guardian) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine re-run election under way (BBC) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine votes in historic repeat presidential showdown (AFP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Liberal Poised to Win in Re-Run Ukraine Vote (Reuters) 12/26/2004
  • Ukraine Holds Presidential Vote a 3rd Time (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Yushchenko promises to jail Ukraine's election fraudsters. By Tom Parfitt (Daily Telegraph) 12/26/2004
  • Russia looks at 'little brother' –and worries. By Anne Applebaum (Daily Telegraph) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainians Vote in Rerun of Presidential Election (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainian Court Overturns Homebound Voter Limit (NY Times) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian man votes at a hospital during the Presidential elections in Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma leaves a voting booth at a polling station, Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko casts his ballot as his daughters Khrystyna (L) and Sofia (2nd L) look on at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a presidential candidate, smiles as he prepares to vote at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/26/2004
  • Tension Shadows Rematch in Ukraine (LA Times) 12/26/2004
  • Photo: ORANGE ALERT: A supporter of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko sports his campaign color [AFP/Getty] (LA Times) 12/26/2004
  • Fears grow of plan to wreck Ukraine poll (Independent) 12/26/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine's Next Chapter (Wash Post) 12/26/2004
  • Ukrainians Go Back to Ballot Box (Wash Post) 12/26/2004

  • Saakashvili: Ukraine’s Right Choice to Help Georgia (Civil Georgia) 12/25/2004
  • Angry mood in eastern Ukraine (BBC) 12/25/2004
  • 'Ukrainian Christmas' at the United Nations FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/25/2004
  • Ukrainian American Coordinating Committee sends Christmas greetings -/- Святочне вітання, УАКР (BRAMA) 12/25/2004
  • Ukrainian court overturns part of new law (Reuters) 12/25/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Set to Hold New National Election (NPR) 12/25/2004
  • Letter: History Lesson [...both your author and your cartographer could use a little history and geography lesson in your otherwise fine article about Lviv, Ukraine] (Wash Post) 12/25/2004
  • Entrepreneurs cash in on 'orange revolution' (Reuters) 12/25/2004
  • Ukraine court annuls poll change (BBC) 12/25/2004
  • Ukraine rivals call for calm vote (BBC) 12/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Court Throws Out Electoral Changes (RFE/RL) 12/25/2004
  • Court Ruling Adds Twist to Ukraine Vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Court Ruling Sows Confusion Before Vote (Reuters) 12/25/2004
  • Ukraine rivals welcome court ruling on eve of historic rerun vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • Kuchma Lashes Out at Ukraine Candidates (AP/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • Russian spin doctors out of job after Ukraine's 'orange revolution' (AFP/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • U.S. Hopes for Fair Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • Ukraine Court Ruling Clouds Rerun Vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • Bitter Divisions Rife in Ukraine as Voting Nears. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 12/25/2004
  • 24 hours in 'Orange Revolution Square'. By Vasyl Lopukh -/- 24 години на 'Площі помаранчевої революції'. Василь Лопух FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/25/2004
  • St. Nicholas 'Vertep' at the United Nations, NYC SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 12/25/2004
  • Photo: Two demonstrators wearing puppets depicting Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko and his top ally Yulia Timoshenko stand in central Donetsk with the founder of the Soviet state Vladimir Lenin's statue in the background, December 24, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/25/2004
  • Консультант АП Людмила Гребенюк: «За нашими даними, Ющенко був увесь час лідером у ході підрахунку голосів!» (Дзеркало Тижня) 12/25/2004

  • US congressmen to monitor Ukraine poll rerun (AFP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Poison used on Ukrainian politician may have come from abroad, he says (AFP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Tension mounts on eve of Ukraine vote, Putin vows no dirty tricks (AFP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Cardinal Husar Talks on Radio about Political Situation (RISU) 12/24/2004
  • Yanukovych Calls for Orthodox Support (RISU) 12/24/2004
  • Autocephalous Orthodox Deny Supporting Yanukovych (RISU) 12/24/2004
  • A FALL FROM FREEDOM. By ADRIAN KARATNYCKY (NY Post) 12/24/2004
  • Telling the Truth About Ukraine (AIM) 12/24/2004
  • Ukraine vote might revive murder probe. The widow of journalist Georgy Gongadze hopes a new president will help solve a gruesome killing that some blame on the nation's current leader (Chicago Tribune) 12/24/2004
  • [VIDEO] Ukraine's Younger Generation Take Notice As the Election Approaches (VOA) 12/24/2004
  • Sting, Joe Cocker help Yushchenko close Ukraine campaign (AFP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Ukraine Candidates in Last-Ditch Election Appeals (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Marathon Election Heading Toward 26 December Resolution. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 12/24/2004
  • A Ukraine election observer writes (Guardian) 12/24/2004
  • Last Day Of Ukraine's Presidential Campaign (RFE/RL) 12/24/2004
  • Worries Linger Over Possible December 26 Clashes (Our Ukraine) 12/24/2004
  • 33 Rabbis Call Jews Not to Interfere in Politics (RISU) 12/24/2004
  • Poll margin holds key to resolving crisis in Ukraine. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/24/2004
  • Ukraine hopes repeat poll will end crisis. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/24/2004
  • Angry drums are now silent. Ahead of Ukraine's presidential revote, protesters are replaced by observers (Globe and Mail) 12/24/2004
  • The Ukranian Revolution (Boston Globe) 12/24/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Says Kuchma Trying to Block Vote (Update1) (Bloomberg) 12/24/2004
  • The political winners who lost out (Financial Times) 12/24/2004
  • [AUDIO] Yanukovich Camp Grim in Final Days Before Runoff (NPR) 12/24/2004
  • [VIDEO] Final campaign day for Ukraine (BBC News) 12/24/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukrainians Prepare to Vote a Third Time for a New President (VOA) 12/24/2004
  • Ukrainian Media Asserts Independence but Risks Remain (HRW) 12/24/2004
  • Final campaign day for Ukraine (BBC News) 12/24/2004
  • Commentary: For the Ukraine, 'it is time' (Denver Post) 12/24/2004
  • Ukraine puts change to the test. One element likely missing from Sunday's vote will be fear. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 12/24/2004
  • Great expectations for Yushchenko. Supporters expect changes `overnight' (Toronto Star) 12/24/2004
  • Election gives Ukrainians another reason for joy this holy season. By Georgie Anne Geyer [UExpress] (Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Tension on eve of Ukraine vote, Putin vows no dirty tricks (AFP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Ukrainian Rivals Wrap Up Stormy Campaign (AP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Campaign wraps up ahead of Ukraine presidential rerun (AFP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Polish head rejects Putin attack (BBC) 12/24/2004
  • Victorious road to a defeat? (Kuchmizm.info) 12/24/2004
  • Переможний шлях до ПОРАзки? [12/20/04] (Українська правда) 12/24/2004
  • Пора українського вибору: між революцією та реформою. Матеріяли «круглого столу» в редакції часопису «Критика» [The time of Ukrainian choice: between revolution and reform] (Krytyka) 12/24/2004
  • Yushchenko May Win in Rerun of Ukraine President Vote (Update1) (Bloomberg) 12/24/2004
  • Yushchenko vows warm Kremlin ties (UPI/Wash Times) 12/24/2004
  • Will There be a Hollywood Ending? Ukraine's Real Underdog [...Ukraine's foreign minister himself has been an ally of the 'Orange Revolution' leader for years. On December 18, Foreign Minister Konstantin Grishchenko publicly announced his approval of the November 23 foreign ministry statement that the entire Ukrainian diplomatic corps supported Yushchenko.] (Counterpunch) 12/24/2004
  • Local men to monitor Ukraine voting [Yonkers] (NY Journal News) 12/24/2004
  • National budget loses over UAH 2 bn for political crisis - Kuchma (Interfax-Moscow) 12/24/2004
  • Gaz Ukrainy warning of possible cuts in gas supplies to energy companies if debts mount (Interfax-Moscow) 12/24/2004
  • Boxers in the Orange corner [Vitali Klitschko defied the timid political traditions of his fellow Ukrainian sports stars...] (Australian) 12/24/2004
  • A prima facie case for intervention (Jewish World Review) 12/24/2004
  • New Ukraine Election Puts Jews in Quandary (AP/Yahoo) 12/24/2004
  • Meanwhile, Back in Chernobyl. Need a break from the Orange Revolution? Consider a tour of Chernobyl (Moscow Times) 12/24/2004

  • Experts Criticize EU Over Human Trafficking (Deutsche Welle) 12/23/2004
  • East warms to west as vote draws Ukrainians closer (The Times) 12/23/2004
  • Never trust a former Soviet agent, especially if he supplies your gas (The Times) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine Voters to Cast Ballots in Runoff (AP/Yahoo) 12/23/2004
  • [AUDIO] U.S. Pro-Democracy Funding to Ukraine Criticized (NPR) 12/23/2004
  • Analysis: Ukraine's youths rise up (BBC) 12/23/2004
  • Christmas greetings from Ambassador of Ukraine, Permanent Mission to the United Nations (BRAMA) 12/23/2004
  • Uncensored Yushchenko Reaches Voters in Eastern Ukraine (Our Ukraine) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine political cartoon collection (Website) 12/23/2004
  • Putin bridles over U.S. criticism (Reuters) 12/23/2004
  • Yushchenko: No room for Yanukovych (UPI/Wash Times) 12/23/2004
  • Editorial: Build on interests, if not on values (Financial Times) 12/23/2004
  • Ukrainian foreign minister hopes Ukraine-Russia relations won't change (Interfax-Russia) 12/23/2004
  • Record scrutiny of Ukrainian poll (Guardian) 12/23/2004
  • Reporters on the Job (CS Monitor) 12/23/2004
  • Eyes and ears of election arrive in Kiev (Globe and Mail) 12/23/2004
  • Marathon Election Heading Toward 26 December Resolution. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 12/23/2004
  • Yushchenko, Yanukovych Winding Up Campaign (RFE/RL) 12/23/2004
  • Putin Defends Reforms, Condemns 'Revolutions' (RFE/RL) 12/23/2004
  • Main part of credits of Ukraine - for habitations purchase (DVC) 12/23/2004
  • Poll highlights Sevastopol's divided loyalties. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine’s presidential fallout. By Jan Cienski (Financial Times) 12/23/2004
  • U.S. Can't Buy Revolution (Moscow Times) 12/23/2004
  • Church doesn't hide its bias in Ukraine. Religious leaders back Yanukovich, the pro-Russian candidate. By Alexa Chopivsky (MSNBC) 12/23/2004
  • No stranger to Ukraine's rough-and-tumble (Chicago Tribune) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine election hits close to home [New York area Ukrainians] (Newsday) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine opposition scents victory (BBC) 12/23/2004
  • Yushchenko Urges Ukrainians to Vote, Defend Choice (Reuters) 12/23/2004
  • SBU Denies Role in Yushchenko Poisoning (AP/Yahoo) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine agents deny poison plot (BBC) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine's Security Service Denies Role in Yushchenko Poisoning (Bloomberg) 12/23/2004
  • Ukraine Faces Key Choices in New Presidency Poll (Reuters) 12/23/2004
  • Putin sees Western poll intrigues (BBC) 12/23/2004
  • Yushchenko ponders Russian as second language. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 12/23/2004
  • Putin slams West over 'double standards' in Iraq and Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 12/23/2004
  • Putin Asks Whether U.S. Seeking to Isolate Russia (Reuters) 12/23/2004
  • Putin: Is U.S Trying to Isolate Russia? (AP/Yahoo) 12/23/2004
  • A flood of Ukrainian memories (Globe and Mail) 12/23/2004
  • An Independent Press? Sale of Russian Forward reflects battle for soul of Russian community here. (Jewish Week) 12/23/2004

  • Has the Diaspora failed? Can more be done? By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-Ed (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • We're sending chills up your spine! New medical thriller by Gil Snider, M.D. Book release (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • 'Kiev' restaurant joins NYC Ukrainian American community in commemorations of election day with prayer and rally SPECIAL (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • American Autocephalous Orthodox organize Diaspora vote (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • NY Consul General sends holiday greetings to Ukrainians in America (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • Christmas message from Ukrainian Ambassador to U.S. (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • Chorus sings for the Orange Revolution FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • Russia will not leave Ukraine alone. By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-Ed (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • [AUDIO] Marcy Kaptur and Dana Rohrabacher live interview about Ukraine political situation (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • UCC meets with Prime Minister Martin and Min. Carroll FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/22/2004
  • Конгресмени США пiдсумовують поїздку в Україну (VOA) 12/22/2004
  • Депутати Держдуми Росiї про сепаратистськi тенденцiї в Українi (VOA) 12/22/2004
  • На Майданi знову майорiють гасла «Так – чесним виборам!» (VOA) 12/22/2004
  • Чи готує Кучма сценарiй для збереження себе при владi? (VOA) 12/22/2004
  • Our neighbors - the Ukrainians. Atanas T. Kobryn column (Sun-Herald) 12/22/2004
  • Ukrainian Student Researchs Physics, Shares Folklore, at Stanford University [Tetiana Hrynova] (VOA) 12/22/2004
  • Opinion: A poisoned election (Jerusalem Post) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko: Ukraine Vote May Be Disrupted (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine's Yushchenko Builds Campaign Ahead of Vote (NPR) 12/22/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine's Yushchenko Builds Campaign Ahead of Vote (NPR) 12/22/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine's Presidential Election Re-Run Nears (VOA) 12/22/2004
  • [AUDIO] U.S. Adopts Cooperative Stance with Russia (NPR) 12/22/2004
  • Crowds rally in Ukraine ahead of vote (USA Today) 12/22/2004
  • [VIDEO] Ukraine Protestors Try to Remove Kiev Barriers (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Photo: A 23-foot-high balloon resembling a giant orange, Ukrainian opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko's campaign color, is seen tethered to the ground against the background of a huge crowd waving orange flags during a rally (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, left, shakes hands with Ukrainian signer Ruslana, winner of the Eurovision song contest, while two other Ukrainian dignitaries, Vitaly Klitschko, WBC world heavyweight champion, right, and his brother Wladimir, former WBO world heavyweight champion, center, look on, all wearing Yushchenko's campaign orange scarves, during a rally (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine's Orange Revolution Has Rap Anthem [AP] (Bradenton Herald) 12/22/2004
  • Canadian observers arrive in Ukraine to monitor rerun election on Sunday (CP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • An Exchange Over Ukraine (Front Page) 12/22/2004
  • EU pledges action on human trafficking (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/22/2004
  • The danger of abandoning Ukraine. By Yegor Gaidar (Financial Times) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine: East And West - Different Histories, One Future (RFE/RL) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko Praises Supporters in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko won't have Yanukovych in govt (Interfax-Russia) 12/22/2004
  • Orange army back for Kiev rally (BBC) 12/22/2004
  • Crimea's Muslims prepare to vote for a Russia at arms length (AFP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Tens of thousands rally in Ukraine to demand fair vote rerun (AFP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko Raises Language Divide Issue (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Righting Wrongs in Ukraine [A solution might be to send (Kuchma) on a permanent holiday in Russia] (CS Monitor) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine separatists given Russian arms, warns opposition. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko ready to talk economic integration (Interfax-Russia) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko eyes polls aftermath (Reuters) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine Elections 'Can't Be Called Honest' (The Scotsman) 12/22/2004
  • The ‘orange revolution’: A color all its own. By Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times (IHT) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine's presidential rivals trade barbs in televised debate. By Jan Maksymiuk (RFE/RL) 12/22/2004
  • Man killed by a Metro Orange Line train Monday afternoon was Victor Zoubak, 18, of Germantown [family moved to the area from Ukraine seven years ago] (Wash Post) 12/22/2004
  • None does offend. Has the hour for a new moral order come round at last? (Calcutta Telegraph) 12/22/2004
  • No matter who wins Ukraine election, Ukraine is ready to slit into pro-Russian and pro-American Ukraine and start stand off (India Daily) 12/22/2004
  • Violence predicted in Ukraine election (UPI/Wash Times) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine Prime Minister Warns Rival (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Washington keeps close eye on Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • Pro-Yushchenko rally to keep heat on for fair Ukraine vote rerun (AFP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • The Kremlin's Dr Jekyll. Ukraine is a chance for Putin to relax his grip (Guardian) 12/22/2004
  • Yushchenko looks to make inroads in east, south regions. By Natalia A. Feduschak (Wash Times) 12/22/2004
  • Ukraine's fate after the vote. What if Ukraine's good guys win? By Jim Rosapepe (Wash Times) 12/22/2004
  • Readers respond to NY Press article 'The whole orange thing' by Matt Taibbi (NY Press) 12/22/2004
  • Kremlin Is Too Fond of the Green Stuff. By Yulia Latynina [Russia once had laws - back in the days of Yaroslav the Wise, I believe.] (Moscow Times) 12/22/2004
  • Vladimir Monroe and the Failure of Leadership (Globalist) 12/22/2004
  • Faith's Role in the Ukraine (Crosswalk) 12/22/2004
  • Georgian President Shakashvili's campaign against corruption (Eurasianet) 12/22/2004
  • Putin: Russia can work with Yushchenko (UPI/Wash Times) 12/22/2004
  • Communists Say Stalin Is Better Than Putin (Moscow Times) 12/22/2004
  • Stalin better than Putin say Russia's reds (UPI/Wash Times) 12/22/2004
  • EBRD loan granted to Obolon (Just-Drinks) 12/22/2004
  • WFRV journalist [Olga Halaburda] to cover Ukrainian elections (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 12/22/2004
  • 2004 Chronology, August Through December (AP/Yahoo) 12/22/2004
  • The Pentagon closes Jihad websites [...U.S. Defense Department has forced the Ukrainian host to shut them down 'to keep the Palestinian voice silent.'] (Al Jazeera) 12/22/2004
  • Putin ready to work with Europe on Chechnya (Financial Times) 12/22/2004
  • Living in the Dead Zone - Op-Ed (NY Times) 12/22/2004
  • Why the Fever in Ukraine? A Few Not-So Easy Answers (NY Times) 12/22/2004

  • Rivals fighting Ukraine election go head to head (The Times) 12/21/2004
  • [VIDEO] Yuschenko Meets With Supporters in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Photo: Members of Canada Corps mission to monitor the Ukraine elections pose for a group photo (CP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Янукович вiдмежовується вiд попереднiх заяв (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • Верховна Рада: по домах голосуватимуть лише iнвалiди першої групи (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • Соцiологи готуються до ще одного екзит-полу (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine's Presidential Rivals Trade Accusations Ahead of Re-Run (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • Ellen Pinchuk in Ukraine: Falling off the fence (CTV) 12/21/2004
  • Putin softens line on Ukraine (Reuters) 12/21/2004
  • Iodine deficiency still threatens two billion people worldwide: WHO [Russia and the Ukraine among 15 problem cases] (AFP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • 'Orange Revolution' - Break With The Past Or Historical Blip? (RFE/RL) 12/21/2004
  • Over 12,000 monitors registered for Ukraine vote [AFP] (Turkish Press) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine opposition 'peace train' halted in east (AFP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Пiдсумки теледебатiв Ющенка i Януковича (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • На Одещинi триває тиск на прихильників Ющенка, говорять мiсцевi опозицiонери (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • Опозицiя знову виходить на Майдан (VOA) 12/21/2004
  • Orange and Auschwitz. I was in a camp. . . . But I wasn't there as a guard. In fact, that's where I got my number. It's 154754. The Nazis gave it to me. By Bohdan Kaczor (Chicago Tribune) 12/21/2004
  • Ukrainian candidates in TV clash (Guardian) 12/21/2004
  • Kyrgyz opposition urges Russia not to meddle in election (AP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • [PDF] OSCE Magazine, December 2004 (OSCE) 12/21/2004
  • OSCE Magazine features Ukraine, Afghan, U.S. elections and multilingual education for minorities (OSCE) 12/21/2004
  • Putin Agrees to Respect Ukraine Election Result (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/21/2004
  • No evidence of foreign financing of electoral campaigns in Ukrainian election (Interfax-Moscow) 12/21/2004
  • Neither Yushchenko nor Yanukovych a problem for Russia - Putin (Interfax-Russia) 12/21/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Presidential Candidates Meet in Televised Debate (NPR) 12/21/2004
  • Russians Would Prefer Yanukovych In Ukraine (CPOD) 12/21/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko: Ukraine’s contradictions incarnate [Dated 12/22/04] (AFP/Manila Times) 12/21/2004
  • Yushchenko tells TV audience: 'PM tried to steal the election'. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/21/2004
  • Ukrainian rivals in TV clash ahead of election (Daily Telegraph) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine has been transformed by the political turmoil of recent months. If Viktor Yushchenko does win the presidency in next week's rerun election he faces huge challenges, write Stefan Wagstyland Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/21/2004
  • Ballet teacher awaits Yushchenko. Old friend confident Ukrainian politician will make good on promise to open Winnipeg dance studio, despite the uncertainty in Kiev (Globe and Mail) 12/21/2004
  • Dollars for Democracy?: U.S. Aid to Ukraine Challenged. By Joel Brinkley (NY Times) 12/21/2004
  • Putin Makes Abrupt Reversal on Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Bush May Take Tougher Line With Putin (AP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine Convoy Halted Outside Rival City (AP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich tries to recover after debate defeat (AFP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Yanukovich turns on Kuchma in anti-west outburst. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/21/2004
  • Ukrainian PM Vows Nation Won't Be Divided (AP/Yahoo) 12/21/2004
  • Ukrainian PM warns against split (BBC) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine's Yuschenko in Bruising TV Debate Attack on PM (Reuters) 12/21/2004
  • Ukrainian polls show Yushchenko ahead (UPI/Wash Times) 12/21/2004
  • Excerpts: Yanukovych and Yushchenko (BBC) 12/21/2004
  • 'Meddling' In Ukraine. Democracy is not an American plot. By Michael McFaul (Wash Post) 12/21/2004
  • Ukraine Braced for An Acrimonious Election Re-Run (The Scotsman) 12/21/2004
  • Monitors pour into Ukraine to ensure vote is free of fraud. By Jan Cienski (Financial Times) 12/21/2004
  • The inevitability of change in Uzbekistan (Financial Times) 12/21/2004
  • Students, Not Spooks, Effect Regime Change (Moscow Times) 12/21/2004
  • Commonwealth of Independent States turns 13 years on 21 December (Uz Report) 12/21/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko - Time - People who mattered (Time) 12/21/2004

  • Part Homegrown Uprising, Part Imported Production? (RFE/RL) 12/20/2004
  • A Tide Colored Orange (Transitions Online) 12/20/2004
  • La "revolution orange", et apres? (L'Express) 12/20/2004
  • U.S. unable to confirm Russia's compliance with weapons treaty (Knight Ridder) 12/20/2004
  • Bush Vows Close Ties to Putin Despite Concerns (Reuters) 12/20/2004
  • [AUDIO] Support Strong for Yushchenko Among Chicago Ukrainians (NPR) 12/20/2004
  • [LA County Supervisor] Yaroslavsky observing Ukraine vote (LA Daily News) 12/20/2004
  • Bush wants stronger Russia ties (BBC) 12/20/2004
  • Have you read the bill 4180? A critical assessment of Ukrainian political reform. [From 12/29/04] (Українська правда) 12/20/2004
  • ДЕБАТИ ЮЩЕНКА ТА ЯНУКОВИЧА [Transcripts of today's televised debate between candidates Yushchenko and Yanukovych - Ukrainian only] (Українська правда) 12/20/2004
  • Yushchenko attacks, Yanukovich ducks in Ukraine's debate ahead of rerun vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine rivals cross swords in TV debate (Reuters) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine poll contenders in charged debate. By Tom Warner [Mr Yushchenko who appeared most confident on Monday night.] (Financial Times) 12/20/2004
  • The Donetsk Factor [From 12/17/04] (Transitions Online) 12/20/2004
  • Ukrainian campaign staffs preparing for court battles (Interfax-Moscow) 12/20/2004
  • Yushchenko leading in polls [15% lead] (Interfax-Russia) 12/20/2004
  • Yushchenko scarring will probably get worse, says expert [will never recover his good looks] (Sunday Times) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine and Europe: A shotgun wedding is bound to fail (IHT) 12/20/2004
  • On the Verge of Change. Local Ukrainians eager for news of democratic reform [North Carolina] (Winston-Salem Journal) 12/20/2004
  • A Dinner in Ukraine Made for Agatha Christie [Who poisoned Yushchenko? Rumors clash with facts. By C.J. Chivers] (NY Times) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine's next leader likely to give more power to provinces. By Jan Cienski and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/20/2004
  • Monitors pour in to Ukraine for election rerun (Financial Times) 12/20/2004
  • Yushchenko may visit Winnipeg (National Post) 12/20/2004
  • Iraqi deaths likely to continue, says Bush (Guardian) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine's Presidential Election Mixes International Politics and Poison [VOA] (Epoch Times) 12/20/2004
  • Over 8000 to monitor Ukraine [8295 people from more than a dozen foreign countries or international institutions have so far been registered to monitor Ukraine's repeat presidential election on December 26] [AFP/Interfax] (News24) 12/20/2004
  • Putin in Germany with focus on Ukraine vote re-run (AFP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Yushchenko attacks 'criminal' Ukraine regime in debate with rival (AFP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Ukrainian Rivals Face Off in TV Debate (AP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine Rivals Meet in Live TV Debate (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine rivals meet in TV debate (BBC) 12/20/2004
  • Ukraine Candidates Prepare for TV Debate (AP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Group Says Russia Now at 'Not Free' Status [Freedom House] (AP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Kyrgyz opposition threatens Ukraine-type protests if election fraud discovered (AP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Bush critical of Iraqi forces; stands by Rumsfeld (AFP/Yahoo) 12/20/2004
  • Bush defends Rumsfeld, acknowledges Iraq difficulties ['As you know, Vladimir Putin and I have got a good personal relationship. ... I intend to keep it that way,' Bush said.] (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/20/2004
  • A Dinner in Ukraine Made for Agatha Christie (NY Times) 12/20/2004

  • Mystery bidder snags jewel of Russia's Yukos as state dismantles oil firm (AFP/Yahoo) 12/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate and opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, left, shakes hands with a man, dressed as St. Nicholas during the St. Nicholas Day celebration (AP/Yahoo) 12/19/2004
  • Ukraine Activists Head East Despite Fears (AP/Yahoo) 12/19/2004
  • Ukraine Christians Unite in Prayer & Witness amid Political Instability (Christian Today) 12/19/2004
  • American congressman no longer feels like isolating Mr Kuchma (Ukrayinska Pravda) 12/19/2004
  • U.S. poured millions into Ukraine. But State Dept. denies trying to influence vote (SF Chronicle) 12/19/2004
  • City lights: U.S. politics not as rough as Ukraine's. Ed Kemmick (Billings Gazette) 12/19/2004
  • Democratic Nation-Building, Brick by Brick (LA Times) 12/19/2004
  • Guess Who Came to Dinner? The investigation into to who poisoned Ukraine's opposition leader goes on (Time) 12/19/2004
  • Op-Ed: Murder He Ate (NY Times) 12/19/2004
  • Ukraine Divided Over Election Rerun (Deutsche Welle) 12/19/2004
  • As Ukraine story unfolds, they're part of it. At church here, activists organize (Boston Globe) 12/19/2004
  • Expect intimidation, Canucks told (Edmonton Sun) 12/19/2004
  • Couple serve as monitors in Ukraine (Boston Globe) 12/19/2004
  • Area pair use holiday to help witness history (London Free Press) 12/19/2004
  • Can Ukraine model lead Iraq to democracy ? (SF Chronicle) 12/19/2004
  • Putin's Efforts at Home Falter on World Stage (NY Times) 12/19/2004
  • Russia's Yukos to lose crown jewel as state takes control of energy [NOTE: Chernomyrdin, Russia's Amb. to Ukraine, is connected to Gazprom which is poised to takeover Yukos assets. A major part of Gazprom's business is pipeline transport of oil. Is there a connection between the Ukraine (Odesa-Brody v. Brody-Odesa) pipeline deal and Chernomyrdin's interests?] (AFP/Yahoo) 12/19/2004
  • Head of Kazakh bank shot dead while hunting 'due to incautious use of firearms' [Three days ago Tatishev, 37, had unveiled during a visit to Russia TuranAlem's ambitious strategy to borrow $1.5 billion next year.] (Reuters) 12/19/2004
  • Yushchenko confident of victory in Ukraine (Independent) 12/19/2004

  • 'Homo Indifferens' Is Still a 'Homo Religious': Cardinal Poupard's Take on Secularization in the West (Zenit) 12/18/2004
  • UN Reports Women Still Lag Behind Men 10 Years After Action Plan [...dramatic decrease in real wages, and an increase in unemployment in Moldova and in Ukraine...These women are exposed to violence and to forced prostitution. Over 100,000 women are being trafficked per year in CEE.] (VOA) 12/18/2004
  • Calgarians spend Christmas away from home [... leave Sunday for Ukraine to observe a re-run of the country's presidential election] (CFCN) 12/18/2004
  • Trafficking of women: the Balkan Red Road (Terrelibere) 12/18/2004
  • [AUDIO] Week in Review: Rumsfeld, Turkey, Ukraine (NPR) 12/18/2004
  • Official Denies Poisoning Yushchenko (AP/Yahoo) 12/18/2004
  • Ukraine Activists Rethink Travel Plans (AP/Yahoo) 12/18/2004
  • Ukraine sends peacekeepers to Golan Heights [AP] (Jerusalem Post) 12/18/2004
  • Canada will accept free Ukraine vote, Turner says (Globe and Mail) 12/18/2004
  • Ukraine Whole and Free. by Anders Åslund (From the December 27, 2004 issue: What I saw at the orange revolution.) (Weekly Standard) 12/18/2004
  • Entertainment Community Supports Democratic Elections in Ukraine [Hollywood Trident Foundation]SPECIAL (BRAMA) 12/18/2004
  • Ballot Printing Snafu Imperils Ukraine Election (LA Times) 12/18/2004
  • Yushchenko 'was given Vietnam War poison' (Daily Telegraph) 12/18/2004
  • Home Turf Shaky For Ukraine Premier (Wash Post) 12/18/2004
  • U.S. seeks to deport accused Nazi Demjanjuk (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/18/2004
  • Globalist: Two paths to transformation in the U.S. and the EU (IHT) 12/18/2004

  • Establishment club in fear of Ukraine's protesters. By Simon Kuper (Financial Times) 12/17/2004
  • [AUDIO] New Evidence Emerges That Ukranian Leader Was Poisoned (NPR) 12/17/2004
  • [AUDIO] Researchers Back Dioxin Poisoning of Yushchenko (NPR) 12/17/2004
  • US moves to deport Ukranian born-Nazi death camp guard (AFP/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • Time Magazine's 'Person of the Year': Brama's petition SPECIAL (BRAMA) 12/17/2004
  • Warsaw residents knitting scarf for Ukraine opposition leader (AFP/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • Report: French PR firm linked to poisoning (UPI/Wash Times) 12/17/2004
  • Yushchenko Poisoned With Pure TCDD [most harmful known form of dioxin] (AP/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko declines to accuse secret services of poisoning [AFP] (Turkish Press) 12/17/2004
  • Yushchenko to accuse nobody before poisoning probe over (Interfax-Russia) 12/17/2004
  • Russia's complicity in Yushchenko poisoning absurd - Federation Council speaker (Interfax-Russia) 12/17/2004
  • Communists Don’t Want New President Taking Oath on Bible (RISU) 12/17/2004
  • Christian Leaders Thank Supreme Court for “Just” Decision (RISU) 12/17/2004
  • Georgian Parliamentarians Give Yushchenko Icons to Return to Donetsk (RISU) 12/17/2004
  • Yushchenko charges Kuchma with reneging on firing of police chief (Ukrainian Journal) 12/17/2004
  • Ukraine rivals face off in 'battleground' eastern region (AFP/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • EU leaders eye 'enhanced' ties with Ukraine after presidential poll (AFX/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • Our Ukraine wants Kuchma to sign bill on ballots (Interfax-Moscow) 12/17/2004
  • Ex-congressman [Arlen Erdahl] to help monitor Ukraine election [AP report][U.S.-Ukraine Foundation and the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress are sponsoring the delegation] (Pioneer Press) 12/17/2004
  • Опозицiя можливо домагатиметься iмпiчменту Кучми (VOA) 12/17/2004
  • Yushchenko-Yanukovych TV Debate Scheduled (RFE/RL) 12/17/2004
  • Op-Ed: The Great Powers of Europe, Redefined. By Timothy Garton Ash (NY Times) 12/17/2004
  • EU rules out revision of pre-election Ukraine deal (EUobserver) 12/17/2004
  • Ukraine Contenders to Visit Same City [Kharkiv] (AP/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • Kyiv administration wants tent city transferred [Mayor Oleksandr Omelchenko has demanded that the participants in the opposition rally in the city remove their tents] (Interfax-Russia) 12/17/2004
  • The Media Thaw. By Marta Dyczok (WSJ) 12/17/2004
  • Ukrainian Premier Foresees New Crisis. Backers Would Block Defeat In Presidential Rerun, He Says. By Peter Finn ['Even if Mr. Yushchenko wins, he will never be a president of Ukraine,' Premier Viktor Yanukovych said in an interview yesterday.'] (Wash Post) 12/17/2004
  • Yanukovich says opponent won't take office (UPI/Wash Times) 12/17/2004
  • Former Canadian PM (John Turner) leads 500 observers to Ukraine's re-run election (AFP/Yahoo) 12/17/2004
  • Why 'Contain' Russia? By Eugene B. Rumer (Wash Post) 12/17/2004
  • The push for centralised control has public support but the president's 'strong Russia' stands on fragile foundations, writeStefan Wagstyl and Arkady Ostrovsky Ominous noises from the economic jungle (Financial Times) 12/17/2004
  • Schiff heads to heart of Democratic crisis (LA Times) 12/17/2004
  • 6482 international observers to assist in Ukrainian presidential elections (Chairman of the Central Election Commission Yaroslav Davidovich) (Kazinform) 12/17/2004
  • Turner hopes Ukraine vote marks new democratic process (Globe and Mail) 12/17/2004
  • Ukraine election will be an example for the world, Turner says (CBC) 12/17/2004
  • Baiting the Bear (Moscow Times) 12/17/2004
  • Veteran to Run Ukraine's Central Bank [Reuters] (Moscow Times) 12/17/2004
  • A new round in poisonous game (CS Monitor) 12/17/2004

  • The $65m question (Guardian) 12/16/2004
  • Ukraine and Europe: a fatal attraction. The “orange revolution” in Ukraine is not the last of Europe’s post-1989 “velvet revolutions” but the first of the European Union-inspired revolutions of the 21st century, says Ivan Krastev. (Open Democracy) 12/16/2004
  • Найостаннiшi кадровi змiни, вiдставки в Українi (VOA) 12/16/2004
  • Кандидати виступають з окремими прес-конференцiями (VOA) 12/16/2004
  • Cobourg resident heads for the Ukraine (Northumberland News) 12/16/2004
  • Leg. speaker [Myron Kowalsky] to monitor new Ukraine elections (Saskatoon StarPhoenix) 12/16/2004
  • Свободу не спинити! (Олесь Доній) (Українська правда) 12/16/2004
  • Senior Democrat on House Oversight Panel Demands Accounting for U.S. Government Funds Funneled to Back Yushchenko-Led 'Orange Revolution' in Ukraine, Despite Official White House Denials (PRNewswire/Yanukovych) 12/16/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Leader Accuses Government Of 'Political Murder' (Boston Channel) 12/16/2004
  • The Orange Revolution: history making a people; people making history
    Помаранчева революція: історія, яка творить людей; люди, які творять історію Op-Ed
    (BRAMA) 12/16/2004
  • Saving a 'Cursed' Ukraine. By Yuri Andrukhovych Op-Ed (BRAMA) 12/16/2004
  • Prayers for Lesia SPECIAL (BRAMA) 12/16/2004
  • UCC Election Observer Project in Full Swing (BRAMA) 12/16/2004
  • Hartford (CT) Rally Draws Hundreds in support of Orange Revolution in Ukraine (BRAMA) 12/16/2004
  • [VIDEO] Orange Revolution theme 'Razom Nas Bahato' accompanies this personal slideshow from Ukraine (Website) 12/16/2004
  • OSCE/ODIHR deploys large-scale election observation mission to monitor repeat voting in Ukraine (OSCE) 12/16/2004
  • Yanukovych cautions [international community and foreign political leaders] against splitting Ukrainian society (Interfax-Russia) 12/16/2004
  • Poisoned Ukraine contender can be treated [12/18/04 Issue] (New Scientist) 12/16/2004
  • Excerpts From AP's Yushchenko Interview (AP/Yahoo) 12/16/2004
  • Ukraine in Crisis, Could Face Disaster, PM Says (Reuters) 12/16/2004
  • Yushchenko expects Ukraine election delay [engineered by administration] (UPI/Wash Times) 12/16/2004
  • NATO Eyes Closer Ukraine Ties if Yushchenko Wins (Reuters) 12/16/2004
  • Dutch aide casts vote for Kiev opposition (IHT) 12/16/2004
  • Commentary: The United States stake in Ukraine (Wash Times) 12/16/2004
  • On this day: 1997 – A Ukranian airliner with 70 people on board crashes in a mountainous area of Greece. There are no survivors. (Mercury-News) 12/16/2004
  • Протистояння в Одесi мiж прихильниками Януковича i Ющенка (VOA) 12/16/2004
  • Yanukovich says supporters coming to Kiev (UPI/Wash Times) 12/16/2004
  • Why poison someone with dioxin? (Guardian) 12/16/2004
  • Yanukovich Stokes Backers' Fears (LA Times) 12/16/2004
  • Ukrainian Presidential Candidates To Debate On TV (RFE/RL) 12/16/2004
  • East Village goes orange, as Ukrainians show colors (Villager) 12/16/2004
  • Chocolate King Puts Mark on Ukraine Vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/16/2004
  • Yushchenko Sure Gov't Poisoned Him (AP/Yahoo) 12/16/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader to Meet Execs (AP/Yahoo) 12/16/2004
  • Yushchenko Says Ukraine Vote in Jeopardy (AP/Yahoo) 12/16/2004
  • Going bananas in the Ukraine - flora and fruit revolutions of former USSR (Russia Journal) 12/16/2004
  • Russian liberal [Yegor Gaidar] attacks Kremlin Ukraine stance. By Chrystia Freeland and Arkady Ostrovsky (Financial Times) 12/16/2004
  • The Ukraine Reality Show (Moscow Times) 12/16/2004
  • Ukraine wants EU to upgrade new neighbourhood Action Plan (Euractiv) 12/16/2004
  • EU conservatives back Yushchenko in Ukraine poll (EUbusiness) 12/16/2004
  • Opinion: Inside Ukraine's freedom fight (NY Post) 12/16/2004
  • Russia, Poland believe Ukraine should resolve crisis itself (Interfax-Russia) 12/16/2004

  • Rewriting the transition to democracy (Guardian) 12/15/2004
  • КВУ про чеснiсть виборiв та можливiсть їх зриву (VOA) 12/15/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko plays down separatism fears (AFP/Yahoo) 12/15/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Regrets Effects of Poison (Reuters) 12/15/2004
  • Микола Мельниченко про свої записи i ситуацiю в Українi (VOA) 12/15/2004
  • Польща вiдкидає звинувачення у втручаннi в українськi справи (VOA) 12/15/2004
  • В Українi продовжується кампанiя (VOA) 12/15/2004
  • Ukraine judges 'under pressure' to reverse ruling. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/15/2004
  • Cartoon: The faces of Ukrainian democracy. By Steve Benson (Arizona Republic) 12/15/2004
  • Many Russians Hope For Orderly End To Ukraine Crisis (CPOD) 12/15/2004
  • Russia's Last Stand. By Anne Applebaum (Wash Post) 12/15/2004
  • Ukrainian endgame: Premier as independent presidential candidate. By Jan Maksymiuk (RFE/RL) 12/15/2004
  • Brussels walks tightrope with Russia over Ukraine (New Zealand Herald) 12/15/2004
  • Yuschenko visits Kiev synagogue as re-vote nears [Yuschenko sported a kippah, which Jewish officials said was a first among top Ukrainian political leaders.] (CJ News) 12/15/2004
  • Yushchenko Has Historic Dioxin Level [6,000 times higher than normal...second highest ever recorded in human history] (AP/Yahoo) 12/15/2004
  • Russians’ view of Ukraine elections (Vladivostok News) 12/15/2004
  • Commentary: Ukraine: The end of telephone law? [Ecopravo-Lviv and the the rule of law in Ukraine][From 12/13/04] (Oregonian) 12/15/2004
  • Ukraine Eyes Transit Fees on Russian Oil (AP/Yahoo) 12/15/2004
  • Yanukovych 'sure of his victory' in Ukraine election (Interfax-Moscow) 12/15/2004
  • Ukraine political crisis to harm 2005 budget - Yanukovych (Interfax-Moscow) 12/15/2004
  • Reuters quote of the day, December 15 [on Chernobyl/Chornobyl - shut down on 12/15/2000] (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/15/2004
  • Commentary: Bush and the Ukrainian election fiasco (Desert Dispatch) 12/15/2004
  • Foreign affairs: A Top 10 list of what went wrong in 2004 (Dan Simpson column) [No. 2 - The potentially fatal poisoning with dioxin of Ukrainian opposition candidate Viktor A. Yushchenko] (Toledo Blade) 12/15/2004
  • Potapenko plays with pride, holds out hope [With great pride, Vitaly Potapenko watches the Orange Revolution on television...He will vote for Yushchenko.] (Seattle Times) 12/15/2004
  • Christian Leaders of Odesa Call Media to Honesty about Presidential Candidates (RISU) 12/15/2004
  • Buddhist Monastic Leader Condemns Separatists in Donetsk (RISU) 12/15/2004
  • [VIDEO] Yushchenko says who is to blame for his illness (BBC) 12/15/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian priest blessed an opposition flag during a rally last month in Lviv, near the Polish border. Many residents flooded into Kiev and played a prominent role in the country's 'Orange Revolution.' (AP/Wash Post) 12/15/2004
  • Ukrainian Town Basking in the 'Orange' Afterglow. Westernized Lviv Supplied People and Spirit to the Protest in Kiev (Wash Post) 12/15/2004
  • Kuchma Allies' Utility Assets Targeted [Bloomberg report] (Moscow Times) 12/15/2004
  • 40 Protesters Seize a Kremlin Office [National Bolshevik Party] (Moscow Times) 12/15/2004
  • Top Ukraine businessman [Medvedchuk] gives backing to Yanukovich despite exodus of support. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/15/2004
  • Poison's Use as Political Tool: Ukraine Is Not Exceptional (NY Times) 12/15/2004
  • Column: The Poison Puzzle. By Nicholas D. Kristof (NY Times) 12/15/2004
  • Who poisoned Viktor Yushchenko? (ABC-Australia) 12/15/2004
  • On this day: 2000 – Operators in Kiev, Ukraine shut down the Chernobyl nuclear power plant with the flip of a switch, closing the facility for good 14 years after it spawned the world's worst nuclear accident. (Mercury News) 12/15/2004
  • Ukraine spy service may probe poisoning (AP/Sydney Morning Herald) 12/15/2004
  • Winning in the Streets. In Ukraine, they know how to respond to a rigged election. (Seattle Weekly) 12/15/2004
  • The whole orange thing. In Ukraine, beware the simple storyline - from either side. By Matt Taibbi. Ukraine: fifty million people, one soup. (NY Press) 12/15/2004
  • The Kremlin Denials Fly (Moscow Times) 12/15/2004
  • Ukrainian revolution inspires opposition in Central Asia (AP/Yahoo) 12/15/2004
  • Europe, Turkey, and Darwin [In the back of everyone's mind is the voice of Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko...] (CS Monitor) 12/15/2004
  • Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) is likely to head [Helsinki Commission] that monitors human rights in Ukraine (The Hill) 12/15/2004

  • Yanukovych accuses U.S. of ‘interference’ in Ukraine internal affairs (Ukrainian Journal) 12/14/2004
  • Op-Ed: Freedom and democracy in Ukraine. By Tod Lindberg (Wash Times) 12/14/2004
  • [VIDEO, AUDIO] 12/10/04: Oleh Rybachuk, the chief of staff of opposition candidate Viktor Yuschenko, discusses the election, allegation his candidate has been poisoned and whether the political divisions in the country can be bridged (PBS) 12/14/2004
  • [VIDEO] Rochester Ukrainians Rally for Democracy (News8) 12/14/2004
  • ЦВК не оголошуватиме результатiв ранiше 31 грудня (VOA) 12/14/2004
  • Верховна Рада визначила порядок iнавгурацiї українських президентiв (VOA) 12/14/2004
  • Українцiв опитано про подiї останнiх тижнiв (VOA) 12/14/2004
  • Масова реприватизацiя держмайна України малоймовiрна (VOA) 12/14/2004
  • Україна на сторiнках американської преси (VOA) 12/14/2004
  • Accidental anthem keeps Kiev streets rocking (IOL) 12/14/2004
  • Dioxin easy to hide, easy to swallow. But accidental poisoning by compound almost impossible, pharmacologists say (Globe and Mail) 12/14/2004
  • Canada to send 500 observers to Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 12/14/2004
  • White House Press Briefing by Scott McClellan - Ukraine (White House) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine presidential staff chief [Medvedchuk] hasn't resigned - official (Interfax-Russia) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine dissatisfied with EU action plan (Interfax-Russia) 12/14/2004
  • Analysis: Kiev looks to Brussels? [UPI] (World Peace Herald) 12/14/2004
  • World's youth movement colored by red, white and blue [USA Today Op-Ed] (Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Ukrainian president congratulates Shevchenko on award (Reuters) 12/14/2004
  • 15 Foreigners Detained in Chechnya (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine's Election Crisis Has Had Dim Mirror Images in Other Former Soviet Republics (NY Times) 12/14/2004
  • Peaceful protest brings justice to Ukraine (Chicago Sun-Times) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine Seeks to Control Yushchenko Probe (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Poisoning makes Ukraine press queasy (BBC) 12/14/2004
  • Leeching the Poison? By Ivan Lozowy. (Transitions Online) 12/14/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko Poisoning Timeline (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • An Old-Fashioned Poisoning (LA Times) 12/14/2004
  • Doubts Over Proving Yushchenko Poisoning (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Suspicions Cast on Russia After Poisoning (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Opposition Supporters to Expand in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine's Orange Revolution Hits the Road (AP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine mulled breaking up demonstration (UPI/Wash Times) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine president spurned Yanukovich pressure to use troops to quell protesters (Financial Times) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine PM Denies Sought Troops to Halt Protesters (Reuters) 12/14/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich denies calling for force against opposition (AFP/Yahoo) 12/14/2004
  • Ukrainian PM denies urging force (BBC) 12/14/2004
  • Poland to cut Iraq troop number [Ukraine may also pull out its 1,600 troops - second only to Poland's 2,500] (Reuters) 12/14/2004
  • Richard Holbrooke column: From 'Tent City' to NATO [KYIV, Ukraine -- The world still knows this city as Kiev, its name in Russian, but let this dateline and this column call the capital of Ukraine by its rightful name.] (Wash Post) 12/14/2004
  • [AUDIO] East-West Divide: Margaret Warner leads a discussion on recent tensions between the U.S. and Russia following the disputed presidential election in Ukraine. (PBS) 12/14/2004
  • Ineffectiveness of diasporan organizations with the outbreak of the Orange Revolution. By Max Pyziur Op-Ed (BRAMA) 12/14/2004
  • For the record… Brama.com disclaimer regarding fundraising efforts for Ukraine (BRAMA) 12/14/2004
  • З’явилися фальшиві сайти для збору грошей на помаранчеву революцію [12/12/04] (Українська правда) 12/14/2004
  • Primate of UAOC-S praises Patriarch Filaret; Is disappointed with Metropolitan Mefodiy (BRAMA) 12/14/2004
  • God, Faith and the Orange Revolution. By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-Ed (BRAMA) 12/14/2004
  • Editorial: Of international concern [Yushchenko was poisoned with the Agent Orange chemical dioxin] (Jordan Times) 12/14/2004
  • Ukrainian PM denies knowledge of poisoning (ABC-Australia) 12/14/2004

  • Orange Revolution an opportunity for Crimean Tatars (UNPO) 12/13/2004
  • U.S. Discusses Poisoning of Ukrainian Opposition Leader (USDOS) 12/13/2004
  • Ukraine: Yushchenko Convinced He Was Poisoned By 'Those In Power' (RFE/RL) 12/13/2004
  • White House says Ukraine poisoning 'terrible' (AFP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Yushchenko: Experts perplexed over dioxin use as weapon (AFP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Thirteen regional countries pledge to better protect Danube environment (AFP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Ukraine's Cold War Deja Vu (CBS) 12/13/2004
  • ЦВК видiляє ефiрний час кандидатам, змiнює систему передачi даних (VOA) 12/13/2004
  • Плани Верховної Ради на цей тиждень (VOA) 12/13/2004
  • Замах на Януковича називають можливим сценарiєм зриву виборiв (VOA) 12/13/2004
  • США спростовують звинувачення Януковича (VOA) 12/13/2004
  • Ukrainian Institute of America to Honor Heavyweight Champions Klitschko Brothers (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Shevchenko Dedicates European Soccer Award to Ukrainian People (Bloomberg) 12/13/2004
  • Comment: INVASION VS. PERSUASION (New Yorker) 12/13/2004
  • KGB legacy of poison politics (CS Monitor) 12/13/2004
  • Ukraine Speaker [Lytvyn] Keep Poisoning Out of Campaign (Reuters) 12/13/2004
  • Talk of opposition chief's alleged poisoning dominates Ukraine campaign (AFP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Yushchenko: Probe Not To Detract From Election (RFE/RL) 12/13/2004
  • Yushchenko poisoning: Who did it? (EDITORIAL) (Ukrainian Journal) 12/13/2004
  • US denies formal review of Russia relations (AFP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Ukraine Leader [Yanukovych]: U.S. Meddled in Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Ukraine Reopens Yushchenko Poisoning Probe (AP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • 'Viktor suffered things a normal person could not survive'. By Chrystia Freeland, Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/13/2004
  • Yushchenko back in campaign after poison diagnosis. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/13/2004
  • Spy chief is poisoning suspect (The Scotsman) 12/13/2004
  • Hunt starts for Yushchenko's poisoner (Daily Telegraph) 12/13/2004
  • A story of power and poison is now etched on the face of Ukraine's hero. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/13/2004
  • Reliable Poland Is Feeling Like an Ally Scorned [Many feel the nation has been slighted by the U.S., gaining few contracts from its involvement in the Iraq war and little respect.] (LA Times) 12/13/2004
  • Comment: Ukraine must seize this opportunity to drain the poison from its politics (Independent) 12/13/2004
  • Yushchenko again blames Ukraine authorities for poison attempt (AFP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • Yushchenko Poisoning Probe to Be Re-Opened (AP/Yahoo) 12/13/2004
  • EU says Yushchenko diagnosis 'very disturbing' [Reuters] (ABC-Australia) 12/13/2004
  • Inquiry sought into claims of US funding (Guardian) 12/13/2004
  • Ukraine Government silent after poisoning revelations (ABC-Australia) 12/13/2004
  • Rusyn Orthodox-Abroad Bishop Criticizes Orthodox Participation in Politics (RISU) 12/13/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Administration Tells its Priests to Keep out of Campaign (RISU) 12/13/2004
  • New Environmental Assessment Launched at Danube Ministerial Meeting (UNEP) 12/13/2004
  • Local voices join outcry in Ukraine (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 12/13/2004
  • Fateful dinner party that brought disfigurement in its wake (Guardian) 12/13/2004
  • Russian Motives [Fred Hiatt Column] (Wash Post) 12/13/2004

  • Local Ukrainians rally in Irondequoit (10NBC) 12/12/2004
  • Ukraine Reopens Probe Into Poisoning (Wash Post) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko: 'I'm Very Happy to Be Alive' (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko Goes Home Following Treatment (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • [AUDIO] Yushchenko's Ills Blamed on Dioxin Poisoning (NPR) 12/12/2004
  • Ukraine kicks off new presidential campaign; state silence on poison report (AFP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Ukraine's repeat election race under way (Independent) 12/12/2004
  • Ukraine leader's 'soup was poisoned' (The Scotsman) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko poisoned by 'Agent Orange' (Daily Telegraph) 12/12/2004
  • 'Lucky' Yushchenko vows victory (Daily Telegraph) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko, Back Home, Says Authorities Poisoned Him (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • The Dirtiest Trick (Time) 12/12/2004
  • In Campaign Against Putin, Opposites Attract (LA Times) 12/12/2004
  • Russia Policy Under Review. The U.S., faced with Putin's increasingly undemocratic policies and anti-Western moves in the region, may become more assertive. (LA Times) 12/12/2004
  • Op-ed: Soviet-era restrictions return (Toledo Blade) 12/12/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Vitali Klitschko stands before a banner representing the Ukrainian political opposition following his 8-round TKO victory over Danny Williams (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko thanks medics for care (BBC) 12/12/2004
  • Dioxin: a potent threat to human health (AFP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • So who poisoned Yushchenko's soup? (Independent) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko was poisoned by soup laced with dioxin (Independent) 12/12/2004
  • Yushchenko compares Ukraine crisis to Soviet fall (Reuters) 12/12/2004
  • Disciplined Crowd at Root of Revolution (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Timetable for Ukrainian presidential re-run unveiled (People's Daily) 12/12/2004
  • Europe calms testy Russian bear (Toronto Star) 12/12/2004
  • Garden City has perfect 'nest' for conductor [Volodymyr Shesiuk, and his wife, Luba came from Ukraine 13 years ago.] (Garden City Observer) 12/12/2004
  • Local Ukrainian Church Prays For Peace And Freedom (WGRZ) 12/12/2004
  • Dealings With Putin Discussed. Russian President Turns on Washington Over Ukraine (Wash Post) 12/12/2004
  • US 'deeply concerned' about Yushchenko poisoning (AFP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • [VIDEO] 'No doubt' Yushchenko suffered dioxin poisoning (CTV) 12/12/2004
  • Klitschko Heads to Ukraine for Big Fight (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna, listen to a journalist's question during a press conference (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Probe Into Yushchenko Poisoning Reopens (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Election in a Homeland Leaves Ukrainians in an Orange State (NY Times) 12/12/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Vitali Klitschko, right, poses with his brother Wladimir following his 8-round TKO victory over Danny Williams (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko celebrates his win over Britain's Danny Williams (AP/Yahoo) 12/12/2004
  • Klitschko Stops Williams to Defend Heavyweight Title (AP/Wash Post) 12/12/2004
  • Liberal Leader From Ukraine Was Poisoned (NY Times) 12/12/2004

  • I tasted poison on Yushchenko's lips, says his wife (Daily Telegraph) 12/11/2004
  • Poisoning Doesn't Surprise Yushchenko Fans (AP/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • What Are Dioxins and What Is Their Affect? (AP/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Alleges Betrayal. Own Side Failed Him, Yanukovych Charges (Wash Post) 12/11/2004
  • Yushchenko's EU bid pushed aside (Sunday Herald Sun) 12/11/2004
  • Ukrainian opposition will not allow new vote-rigging - Tymoshenko (Interfax-Russia) 12/11/2004
  • Kuchma Pledges Peaceful Transfer Of Power (RFE/RL) 12/11/2004
  • Nuclear kids banned. Sick children of the Chernobyl disaster have been told they cannot come to Manchester because they will be corrupted by Western influences [President of Belarus]. (Website) 12/11/2004
  • Yushchenko warns oligarchs he will seek to reverse illegal privatisations. By Chrystia Freeland, Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/11/2004
  • Yushchenko threatens retribution. Promises killers of journalist Hrihoriy Gongadze will be brought to justice (Canadian Press) 12/11/2004
  • [AUDIO] Yushchenko Was Poisoned, Austrian Doctors Say (NPR) 12/11/2004
  • Yushchenko Was Poisoned; Ukraine Assesses Turmoil (Reuters) 12/11/2004
  • Ukraine election heats up with poison report (AFP/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • Doctor: Yushchenko Poisoned With Dioxin (AP/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • Hospital to Announce Cause of Yushchenko's Illness (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • Doctors say cause of Yushchenko's illness will be known soon (AFP/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • Yuschenko Arrives at Hospital for Tests (AP/Yahoo) 12/11/2004
  • Ukraine Rockers Set Protest to Their Unique Beat (Wash Post) 12/11/2004
  • Ukrainian community protest [Melbourne] (The Australian) 12/11/2004

  • EU: Poland Says Ukraine Crisis Proves Merit Of EU's New Eastern Members (RFE/RL) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine candidate placates 'foes'. Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko has said there will be no political persecution if he wins a repeat presidential run-off. (BBC) 12/10/2004
  • Winning in the streets. What we can learn from massive demonstrations in the Ukraine (Website) 12/10/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Leader in Hospital (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine rivals gear up for rematch with Yushchenko confident, PM bitter (AFP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Yushchenko to 'review' Ukrainian steel plant privatisation if elected (AFX/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine's presidential campaign, Part II: a cleaner run? A flood of foreign observers is expected for the Dec. 26 rerun of the presidential vote. (CS Monitor) 12/10/2004
  • The Princess of the Orange Revolution (Moscow Times) 12/10/2004
  • Powell Slams Iraq Mission Boycott [Lavrov charged that Freedom House and other U.S.-funded nongovernment organizations had helped provoke 'gross violations' of Ukrainian law.] (Wash Post) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine crisis stoking inflation -central bank (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Divided they stand. Ukraine's presidential elections have split the nation in two. Can Ukraine survive the 'Orange Revolution'? (Guardian) 12/10/2004
  • The Post-Soviet Communication Breakdown (Moscow Times) 12/10/2004
  • 'Free and Fair' Vote Only U.S. Goal in Ukraine Election (USDOS) 12/10/2004
  • Yushchenko Vows No Retaliation If Victorious (RFE/RL) 12/10/2004
  • Opposition in Ukraine Ready to Go Home but Not Let Down Its Guard (LA Times) 12/10/2004
  • US denies backing Ukraine opposition candidate (AFP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Yushchenko urges EU to admit Ukraine (Financial Times) 12/10/2004
  • U.S. Money Helped Opposition in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Leader in Hospital (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Yushchenko Vows to Target Gov't Wrongdoers (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Putin: No Objection to Ukraine in EU (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Putin 'pleased' if Ukraine joins EU (AFP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Embattled Ukraine PM Slams Opponent's 'Orange Coup' (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Yushchenko's Wife Recalls She Tasted Poison (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko predicts poll victory (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukrainian American Community Eyes Election [Chicago] (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine Candidates Start Campaigning (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Belarus Opposition Streams to Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Panel supports Ukraine opposition (Daily Pennsylvanian) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Lifts Building Siege (AP/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • Ukraine crisis stoking inflation -central bank (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/10/2004
  • In Ukraine, new levers of power for 2005. By C.J. Chivers (The New York Times) (IHT) 12/10/2004

  • Eastern Ukrainians Talk About Yanukovych (RFE/RL) 12/09/2004
  • Opposition Wondering If It Conceded Too Much. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 12/09/2004
  • Eastern City [Donetsk] Views Kyiv With Suspicion (RFE/RL) 12/09/2004
  • Deal struck to defuse Ukraine poll crisis (Daily Telegraph) 12/09/2004
  • A backstage pass for Ukraine's revolution. Czech rock band plays at opposition protest on Kyiv's main square (Prague Post) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Lifts Building Siege (AFP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Bush Backs Election Monitors in Ukraine (VOA) 12/09/2004
  • Bush phones Kwasniewski, Adamkus on Ukraine, US Senate urges fair elections (AFP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • [AUDIO] Poisoning Rumored to Cause Yushchenko's Scars (NPR) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine deeply spit between east and west by history and culture [KRT] (Macon Telegraph) 12/09/2004
  • Yanukovich hits the campaign trail early [ignoring the advice of President Leonid Kuchma to pull out of the country's disputed presidential election. Instead, he has come out fighting.] (Financial Times) 12/09/2004
  • Kroes thinks Ukrainian election resolution will benefit (Stockwatch) 12/09/2004
  • Kuchma fires Ukraine prosecutor general [Hennady Vasylyev...following demands from the opposition.] (IOL) 12/09/2004
  • Editorial: Hope for democracy: lessons of Ukraine (San Jose Mercury News) 12/09/2004
  • The Eternal Suspicions of the Soviet Mind-Set (NY Times) 12/09/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Interior Ministry soldiers disassemble a tent camp in Stary Petrivtsy near the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Yushchenko Vows to Prosecute Political Crimes if Elected. Opposition Leader Puts Priority on Ukraine's Admittance to E.U. (Wash Post) 12/09/2004
  • Revolutionary Love. Amid Chill Political Winds in Kiev, Young Protesters Demonstrate Their Affection (Wash Post) 12/09/2004
  • Congratulations to the people of Ukraine for commitment to legal principles [UACC Statment] (BRAMA) 12/09/2004
  • Democracy in action [UCCA Statment] (BRAMA) 12/09/2004
  • NYU production - Call for actors (BRAMA) 12/09/2004
  • Reforms adopted by the UN Security Council must reflect the interests of Eastern Europe: Ambassador Valeriy Kuchinsky [Будь-який варіант реформи Ради Безпеки ООН має враховувати інтереси країн Східної Європи] (BRAMA) 12/09/2004
  • Letter to Colin Powell (BRAMA) 12/09/2004
  • Community Welcomes Redress Initiative [UCCLA] (BRAMA) 12/09/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich visits a coal miner at a hospital in Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • NATO to Tell Russia Ukraine Poll Must Be Fair (Reuters) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine protesters hail poll breakthrough. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/09/2004
  • Boxing: Klitschko the freedom fighter torn between Las Vegas and the Ukraine (Independent) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine's Sharp Turn Toward the West. By C.J.Chivers (NY Times) 12/09/2004
  • Ukrainians Enact Reforms, Clearing Way for New Vote (NY Times) 12/09/2004
  • Op-ed: The Eternal Suspicions of the Soviet Mind-Set (NY Times) 12/09/2004
  • Slovak border police fight losing battle with traffickers on EU's eastern front (Financial Times) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine press awaits battle to come (BBC) 12/09/2004
  • Global Corruption Report 2004 (Website) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine Coal Mine Blast Kills 1; 2 Missing [Donetsk] (AP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • One dead, 19 injured in new Ukraine mine blast (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine's 'orange' capital (BBC) 12/09/2004
  • Kiev back to work in protest lull (BBC) 12/09/2004
  • Government resumes work as Ukraine crisis eases (AFP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Opposition Supporters Leave Kiev Tent Camp (AP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Ukrainian War of Words Widens Russia Rift (AP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Yushchenko Says He Wants Ukraine To Join EU (RFE/RL) 12/09/2004
  • 1000-year ban on Ukraine entry [for Serbian member of OTPOR] (Herald Sun (Australia)) 12/09/2004
  • 'The country called me'. Ukraine's newly sovereign society is throwing off the governing mob. By Timothy Garton Ash (Guardian) 12/09/2004
  • Reforms Defuse Crisis in Ukraine (LA Times) 12/09/2004
  • Russians consider Ukraine integral to the motherland. Moscow fears Kiev will pull free of its commanding grip (SF Chronicle) 12/09/2004
  • Russia Examines Where It Went Wrong in Ukraine (LA Times) 12/09/2004
  • Dioxin suspected in Yushchenko poisoning (UPI/Wash Times) 12/09/2004
  • Was Ukrainian pol poisoned? Doctors won't rule it out (Chicago Sun-Times) 12/09/2004
  • Yushchenko Praises Cheering Thousands in Kiev (The Scotsman) 12/09/2004
  • Tens of Thousands Cheer Ukrainian Reforms (AP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • US and EU hail Ukrainian reforms (BBC) 12/09/2004
  • NATO trumpets accord with Russia on Ukraine crisis (AFP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Compromise lets followers of both men claim victory (Financial Times) 12/09/2004
  • Ukrainians must settle crisis in Ukraine - Russian foreign minister (Interfax-Russia) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine poll call by Russia-Nato (BBC) 12/09/2004
  • NATO sees no 'Cold War' rift with Russia over Ukraine (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/09/2004
  • Powell points up differences with Russia (Financial Times) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine approves reforms aimed at defusing crisis. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine's opposition eyes victory (Reuters) 12/09/2004
  • Ukraine Compromise: Win-Win Situation (AP/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's presidential candidate and opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko enjoy fireworks during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/09/2004
  • Ohio Certifies That Presidential Vote Went To Yanukovich, Ukrainian Prime Minister (SPOOF) (Website) 12/09/2004

  • In Cleveland as in Kiev. By Jesse Jackson (Guardian) 12/08/2004
  • Analysis: Ukraine's compromise deal (BBC) 12/08/2004
  • Interpol Lifts Warrant On Ukrainian Oppositionist [Tymoshenko] (RFE/RL) 12/08/2004
  • ПОРА мiняє тактику (VOA) 12/08/2004
  • США називають рiшення Верховної Ради перемогою для народу (VOA) 12/08/2004
  • Комiтет виборцiв України вiтає змiни до виборчого закону (VOA) 12/08/2004
  • Ющенко дякує Майдану (VOA) 12/08/2004
  • Верховна Рада торує шлях до виходу з полiтичної кризи (VOA) 12/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians celebrate the parliamentary vote on electoral reforms during a rally at Independence Square in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians celebrate the parliamentary vote on electoral reforms during a rally at Independence Square in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Photo: Fireworks light up the sky over Kiev as Ukraine's presidential candidate and opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko addresses his supporters (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, right, shows V-sign to his supporters with his fiery ally Yulia Tymoshenko,behind, wife Kateryna, left, and their daughters Sofia and Khrystyna, as they celebrate the parliamentary vote on electoral reforms during a rally at Independence Square in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition hopeful Viktor Yushchenko listen to their leader, projected on a huge screen during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Yushchenko: Ukrainians 'Have New Country' (RFE/RL) 12/08/2004
  • Georgian PM Expresses Support for Democracy in Ukraine (VOA) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine: Pro-Democracy Demonstrators Look To Yushchenko To Answer Their Prayers (RFE/RL) 12/08/2004
  • U.S./Russia: Ukrainian Crisis Strains Relationship (RFE/RL) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko hails reform (BBC) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Clears Path For Election (RFE/RL) 12/08/2004
  • Vote Clears Path To New Ukrainian Election (RFE/RL) 12/08/2004
  • U.S. Sends Observers to Ukraine for Vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Demonstrators Plan to Sit Tigh (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • At least 13 missing after Ukraine mine blast (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/08/2004
  • The Ukrainian Divide. Putin’s ill-considered intervention in the election has created unnecessary tensions between Russia and the West (Yale Global) 12/08/2004
  • Yushchenko Greets Jews on Hanukkah (RISU) 12/08/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Clergy in Luhansk Call for Support of Yanukovych and Federative Division of Ukraine (RISU) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine parliament backs reforms (Financial Times) 12/08/2004
  • Cardinal Husar Meets with Pope (RISU) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Prepares for a Second Election [Taras Kuzio] (NPR) 12/08/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Parliament Paves Way for Presidential Vote (NPR) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Election: Next Steps (Hearing of the House International Relations Committee) Audio (BRAMA) 12/08/2004
  • Compromise in Kiev, confrontation abroad (Economist) 12/08/2004
  • The students who shook Ukraine - peacefully (CS Monitor) 12/08/2004
  • Cause of Yushchenko's Illness Unclear (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Yushchenko poisoning speculation heats up (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • Doctors confirm Ukrainian opposition leader was poisoned (NZ Herald) 12/08/2004
  • Hospital denies report on Ukraine poisoning. Director says doctors still running tests on Yushchenko's illness (MSNBC) 12/08/2004
  • Russia and US go head to head over Ukraine (Sydney Morning Herald) 12/08/2004
  • Summary: Reaction to Ukrainian Reforms (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Ukrainian Lawmakers OK Electoral Changes (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine's opposition sees path to victory (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • Yushchenko says vote will lead to victory (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine must run the extra mile. By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-ed (NTSh) 12/08/2004
  • Orange - lucky color for local soccer team FOTO/S (NTSh) 12/08/2004
  • Chicago Community Rallies to Build US Support for Ukraine FOTO/S (NTSh) 12/08/2004
  • Shevchenko Scientific Society responds to election fraud in Ukraine (NTSh) 12/08/2004
  • Kiev protesters set to 'finish' fight (IHT) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Remains Fractious Amid Death Plot Claims (The Scotsman) 12/08/2004
  • Yanukovich Win Can Save Ukraine -- Russian Envoy (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Backs Changes to End Poll Crisis (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • NATO Set to Downgrade Ukraine Meet -- Diplomats (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • NATO Postpones Talks with Ukrainian Minister (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • US minimizes differences with Russia after OSCE clash (AFP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Putin goes 'too far' in criticising West over Ukraine role says Solana (AFX/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Powell rips Russia over Ukraine. Kremlin bashed for eroding democracy at home and in its neighbors (SF Chronicle) 12/08/2004
  • Russia Using Soviet Tactics Over Ukraine -- Warsaw (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • Kiev protesters fatigued but determined (UPI/Wash Times) 12/08/2004
  • A Ukraine Protester Recalls Soviet Oppression (NPR) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Ready to Present Deal (AP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Parl't Agrees to Discuss Key Laws in Poll Row (Reuters) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine parliament passes plan to weaken presidency (AFP/Yahoo) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Vote Also a Referendum on Tycoons (LA Times) 12/08/2004
  • Historic vote breaks Ukraine stand-off (Mail and Guardian) 12/08/2004
  • Yanukovych displeased with new CEC composition (Interfax-Moscow) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Votes for Sweeping Electoral Changes (NY Times) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Votes for Sweeping Electoral Changes (NY Times) 12/08/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Moves to End Election Crisis (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/08/2004

  • Kanye West, Alicia Keys & Usher Top Grammy Nominations [Valentin Silvestrov's Requiem for Larissa receives two nominations] (Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Doctors say Ukraine opposition leader Yushchenko was poisoned: Times (AFP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Lavrov Says Russia Didn’t Block OSCE Declaration on Ukraine (Bulgarian News Network) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine Officials Fail to Vote on Reforms (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma turns up heat in standoff with opposition (AFP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Poisoned During Campaign (Reuters) 12/07/2004
  • Fashion Gets Political in Troubled Ukraine (Fashion Gates) 12/07/2004
  • Winners and Losers in Russia's Ukraine Coverage (Wash Post) 12/07/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's former foreign minister Boris Tarasyuk, Chairman of the Committee on European Integration in the Ukrainian Parliament (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Photo: U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, right, golds a Russian flag as he jokes with Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, in Sofia, before a meeting of the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Obit: † Juchym Charczenko -/- Відійшов у вічність † інж. ЮХИМ ХАРЧЕНКО (BRAMA) 12/07/2004
  • U.S. Rejects Russia Assertion on Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Metropolitan Calls Ukrainians “to Sit at the Discussion Table in a Christian Manner” (RISU) 12/07/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament adjourns (Australia News) 12/07/2004
  • Into Putin's Soul. By Stephan VItvitsky (Tufts Daily) 12/07/2004
  • A fleet in no hurry to ship out. By Mark MacKinnon [Russian warships anchored in Crimea] (Globe and Mail) 12/07/2004
  • Embedded in Crimea [Sevastopol Black Sea fleet] (Globe and Mail) 12/07/2004
  • Four men linked to immigrant smuggling [men, women and children from Russia, Lithuania, Ukraine and Poland] arrested in county [Indicted...George Leyfer is from Ukraine] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 12/07/2004
  • Ukrainians here watch, wait. Emigres in Bay Area consumed by news about their homeland's contested election (Oakland Tribune) 12/07/2004
  • Russia safe from Ukraine-style upheaval-analysts (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/07/2004
  • Germany Offers 100 Election Observers for Ukraine Vote Rerun (Bloomberg) 12/07/2004
  • Europe Sends Observers to Ukraine [Germany and Britain 100 observers each thru OSCE] (Deutsche Welle) 12/07/2004
  • Canadian eager to help nurture democracy [Election observer] (Globe and Mail) 12/07/2004
  • Uzbek police round up rent-a-protesters (AFP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich claims break with Kuchma (AFX/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Powell Clashes With Russians Over Western Role in Ukraine (NY Times) 12/07/2004
  • US, Russia tensions come to a boil at OSCE meeting (AFP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • U.S. Rejects Russia Assertion on Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine Lawmakers Work on New Vote Deal (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine in turmoil as agreement crumbles (Reuters) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Denies Agreement Clinched in Talks (Reuters) 12/07/2004
  • Analysts: Putin Has Squandered Influence (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Accepts Changes to Election Law (Update7) (Bloomberg) 12/07/2004
  • Ukrainian authorities trying to thwart repeat run-off preparations - opposition (Interfax-Russia) 12/07/2004
  • Insane in the Ukraine (UW Daily) 12/07/2004
  • West must back Ukraine (Toronto Star) 12/07/2004
  • У Києвi завершився черговий круглий стiл (VOA) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine power struggle shifts to parliament after talks fail (AFP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • 'Clashing World Visions' Behind Problems, Says Cardinal Husar (RISU) 12/07/2004
  • Polish Cardinal [Jozef Glemp] Supports Ukrainian Desire for Democracy (RISU) 12/07/2004
  • Chief Rabbi Calls for Peace and Accord [Azriel Chaikin, Lubavitch Chabad movement] (RISU) 12/07/2004
  • Як СТАТИ СПОСТЕРIГАЧЕМ в 3-му турi 26-го грудня/ how to BECOME OBSERVER in 3rd round on Dec.26th (Website) 12/07/2004
  • Виборцi за кордоном, якi не голосували, МОЖУТЬ проголосувати у 3-му турі 26 грудня - ЗАРЕЄСТРУЙСЯ ДО 18 ГРУДНЯ! (Website) 12/07/2004
  • Snag in Deal Among Ukraine Political Foes (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • Литвин і Кравчук підуть на переговори з Кучмою. КПУ, СПУ, СДПУ(о) і 'Регіони' не голосуватимуть без політреформи [Lytvyn, Kravchuk to talk with Kuchma; parties will not vote without political reform] (Українська правда) 12/07/2004
  • A model revolutionary. Julia Tymoshenko tells Tom Reed what stirs her rebel spirit (Independent) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's politicians close to reform deal (Financial Times) 12/07/2004
  • Володимир Полохало: Переговори з Кучмою & Co - стратегічна помилка Ющенка [Yushchenko's strategic mistake - negotiating with Kuchma & Co.] (Гаряча Лінія) 12/07/2004
  • Гавриш також пішов від Януковича [Havrysh abandons Yanukovych campaign] (Гаряча Лінія) 12/07/2004
  • Putin Says He Will Accept the Will of the Ukrainian People. By C. J. Chivers (NY Times) 12/07/2004
  • Kiev talks fail to end standoff (BBC) 12/07/2004
  • Peace deal signals end of crisis that crippled Ukraine. By Harry de Quetteville (Daily Telegraph) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine leader agrees on measures for fair vote [sack the central election commission, support election law reform; no agreement on dismissing the government] (Reuters) 12/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Accepts Changes to Election Law (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/07/2004
  • Extra monitors for Ukraine [OSCE is considering doubling the number of its international monitors] (Australia News) 12/07/2004
  • Ukrainians Wear Orange in Nod to Politics (AP/Yahoo) 12/07/2004
  • After Ukraine, A Turn East? (Moscow Times) 12/07/2004
  • Russia Needs Change, Not Oligarch Revolution (Moscow Times) 12/07/2004
  • Moscow's Next Orange Embargo [Abkhazia][Vedomosti] (Moscow Times) 12/07/2004
  • Cost of Dollars Soars in Ukraine (Reuters/Moscow Times) 12/07/2004
  • In Kiev, money-changers like 'Sasha' flourish (IHT) 12/07/2004
  • Kuchma says he’ll pursue an overhaul of politics. By Steven Lee Myers (The New York Times) (IHT) 12/07/2004

  • Power battle over Ukraine's president (Daily Telegraph) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine's second runoff election -/- Повторні президентські вибори [СКУ] (BRAMA) 12/06/2004
  • Audio/text: RFE/RL forum on Ukraine elections, November 30, 2004, with Orest Deychakiwsky (Helsinki Commission) and Jennifer Windsor (Freedom House) (BRAMA) 12/06/2004
  • Ivano Frankivsk, Ukraine, December 2004 SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 12/06/2004
  • No Separatism, Ukrainians Tell RFE/RL (RFE/RL) 12/06/2004
  • Верховну Раду чекає напружений день (VOA) 12/06/2004
  • 'Twixt the Cup and Lip. By Ivan Lozowy (Transitions Online) 12/06/2004
  • Янукович каже, що йде в президенти і оголошує себе публічним політиком (VOA) 12/06/2004
  • Iнтерв`ю Леонiда Кучми газетi Нью-Йорк таймс (VOA) 12/06/2004
  • A tide of democracy is sweeping the globe (Financial Times) 12/06/2004
  • Jews Know Ukraine's Divide Well (Jewish Times) 12/06/2004
  • No End Yet to Ukraine Turmoil Despite Concessions (Reuters) 12/06/2004
  • Scarves to sweaters, orange is big among fashionably political Ukrainians (CP/National Post) 12/06/2004
  • European mediators huddle with Ukraine rivals amid signs of deal (AFP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine's politicians close to reform deal. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 12/06/2004
  • Crimea has eyes only for Russia. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 12/06/2004
  • AUDIO: Ukraine Opposition Makes Deal on Disputed Election (NPR) 12/06/2004
  • Photo: Kiev graffiti : Policemen walk past graffiti saying, [Tak!] 'Ukraine will be free' in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine Rivals OK Vote Reforms for Rematch (AP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Canada's observer delegation to Ukrainian vote may be largest of any country [The federal government said Monday it would send up to 500 observers for Ukraine's re-run presidential election...The Ukrainian Canadian Congress hopes to send up to another 1,000 more.] (CP/National Post) 12/06/2004
  • Albertans sought to monitor Ukrainian election (Edmonton CBC) 12/06/2004
  • Canada to Send Up to 500 Observers to Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Synagogue in central Kiev protesters find temporary home (JTA) 12/06/2004
  • For Ukrainian Jews, the past weighs heavily on the present (JTA) 12/06/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Says Election Deal in Hand (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Banker with close Medvedchuk ties dead; suicide finding questioned (Ukrainian Journal) 12/06/2004
  • Kuchma’s deal: Fraud-for-power (EDITORIAL) (Ukrainian Journal) 12/06/2004
  • Ukrainian Groups Agree on Vote Reforms (AP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Ukrainians Wear Orange to Mark Politics (AP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Ukrainian opposition on verge of deal (Reuters) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine enters third week of crisis with new deadlock (AFP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • OSCE Chairman expresses strong support for active OSCE role in Ukraine, Secretary General returns to Kyiv (OSCE) 12/06/2004
  • OSCE/ODIHR issues its recommendations for repeat presidential election in Ukraine (OSCE) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine president [Kuchma] refuses to sack the PM [Yanukovych] (Sydney Morning Herald) 12/06/2004
  • Opposition was to be smeared with terror attack, says official. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Leaders Seek Election Law Vote by Tomorrow (Bloomberg) 12/06/2004
  • Kuchma Says He Would Honor Court Ruling ['I do not want to say it is final, but this is how the situation is developing'] (AP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Kuchma signs Ukraine election reforms ['about-face for Kuchma'][not confirmed] (UPI/Wash Times) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine Leader Rejects Election Reform Demands (Reuters) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine leader rejects election reform call [Ukraine's outgoing President Leonid Kuchma has rejected reform of the country's election laws on terms set by the opposition ahead of a re-run of the ex-Soviet state's rigged vote later this month.] (Reuters) 12/06/2004
  • Putin says will work with new president [Putin says he will work with whoever is elected in the December 26 rerun] (Reuters) 12/06/2004
  • Echoes of cold war as Bush and Putin differ over Ukraine polls (Financial Times) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine street pressure keeps up (Reuters) 12/06/2004
  • Kuchma castigates justices for ruling. By Steven Lee Myers (The New York Times) (IHT) 12/06/2004
  • France calls for free, fair elections in Ukraine [AFP report] (Tocqueville Connection) 12/06/2004
  • Jews in Ukraine joining post-election chaos (Cleveland Jewish News) 12/06/2004
  • Nicholas Kristof: Ukraine's orange alert for Bush (IHT) 12/06/2004
  • The pro-democracy mob butts into Ukraine voting. By Patrick J. Buchanan (San Jose Mercury News) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine dominates security forum [OSCE] (BBC) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine and the Lessons of History (Moscow Times) 12/06/2004
  • Keep On Keeping On In Ukraine (CS Monitor) 12/06/2004
  • 'Orange' victory sours east Ukraine (CS Monitor) 12/06/2004
  • Yushchenko calls for electoral changes (IOL) 12/06/2004
  • Opponents Press Demands on Ukraine Regime (LA Times) 12/06/2004
  • New govt should be formed next week to avoid economic crisis - Kinakh (Interfax-Moscow) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine opposition wants interior minister dismissed (Interfax-Russia) 12/06/2004
  • Media get ready for another bruising election (Index) 12/06/2004
  • Monitors vow to aid new vote in Ukraine. By Nick Paton Walsh (Guardian) 12/06/2004
  • Ottawa torn by turbulent election (Globe and Mail) 12/06/2004
  • Protests weary Kiev's locked-out civil servants (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Blasts Reportedly Shake Abkhazian Capital [Georgia breakaway region] (AP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Seeks Electoral Changes (AP/Yahoo) 12/06/2004
  • Putin's 'Chicken Kiev'. By William Safire (NY Times) 12/06/2004
  • Putin's Chicken Kiev - William Safire (NY Times) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine Crisis Brings Out People of Faith (NY Times) 12/06/2004
  • Ukraine Leader Advises Boycott of Runoff Vote (NY Times) 12/06/2004

  • Kiev’s strongman seeks immunity [Leonid Kuchma, is trying to negotiate a deal that would guarantee him and his family immunity from prosecution in return for satisfying opposition demands over the rerunning of elections on December 26.] By Mark Franchetti and Askold Krushelnycky (The Times) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraines 'goddess of the revolution' (BBC) 12/05/2004
  • Pressler Plans to Supervise New Ukraine Elections (Keloland) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Opens Campaign (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Presses for Vote Reform (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine Activists Find Love in Tent Camp (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine opposition extends blockade (Reuters) 12/05/2004
  • Yushchenko asks nations not to interfere (UPI/Wash Times) 12/05/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader Victor Yushchenko hold posters reading 'Putin, Kuchma-Ukraine is not Russia' during a rally in Moscow. (AFP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukrainian opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko, holds a certificate, which reads:To a participant of The Orange Revolution, in Kiev, Sunday Dec. 5, 2004, with Yushchenko's portraits on the certificate. (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Opinion: Both Viktors are skunks (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 12/05/2004
  • Putin's 'bulldozing' image takes major beating in Ukraine (Billings Gazette) 12/05/2004
  • Putin Trips Up. It was a classic geopolitical power struggle. Russia's leader thought Ukraine was in his pocket. Ukrainians thought otherwise. They won, and so did the West. [Newsweek, Dec. 13 issue] (MSNBC) 12/05/2004
  • Kiev tent city full of determination [Chicago Tribune] (Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Russian democrats look to Ukraine [Adrian Karatnycky quoted] (South Bend Tribune) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine opposition send election warning to foreign leaders (IOL) 12/05/2004
  • Activists Steadfast on Ukraine Vote Reform (Helena Independent Record) 12/05/2004
  • Call for Ukraine poll observers (BBC) 12/05/2004
  • Kuchma offered get-out clause. Ukraine President to get immunity - if he pushes through vote reform (Guardian) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Seeks `Transparent' Re-Run of Election (Bloomberg) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko received death threats (Reuters) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine opposition firm over president's powers after court victory [Timoshenko...revealed that Yushchenko had offered Kuchma immunity for him and his family.] (AFP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Confident Ahead of New Vote (Reuters) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Suffers Setback (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine opposition in new standoff after court victory (AFP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Provoke Kiev. By Andrew Osborn (Sunday Herald) 12/05/2004
  • Ukrainian Leaders Warn of Looming Split [The governor of Ukraine's Kharkiv region called on both candidates to bow out of the Dec. 26 presidential revote.] (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • [Op-Ed] World has seen noble European nation. By Viktor Yushchenko [Originally pub. in WSJ] (Massachusetts Standard-Times) 12/05/2004
  • Klitschko fighting for the Ukraine (Daily Telegraph) 12/05/2004
  • Parliament in Kiev Begins Re-examining Flawed Election Laws. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 12/05/2004
  • Heeding the Roar of the Street. By Michael T. Kaufman (NY Times) 12/05/2004
  • 400 Demand Recount at Ohio Statehouse [Welcome to Ukraine] (AP/Yahoo) 12/05/2004
  • Vitali fights for Ukraine (Boston Herald) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine developments may spur hope for neighboring nations (Philadelphia Inquirer) 12/05/2004
  • 'If the old regime tries to interfere, we will simply storm our way into office'. Viktor Yushchenko talks to Con Coughlin in Kiev (Daily Telegraph) 12/05/2004
  • My family is still not safe, says Yushchenko after court win (Daily Telegraph) 12/05/2004
  • Day of reckoning for Ukraine oligarchs as poll result is set aside. By Tom Parfitt in Kiev (Daily Telegraph) 12/05/2004
  • Discredited PM vows to contest election rerun and pours scorn on court ruling. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 12/05/2004
  • Kiev Diary: 'This is a cheerful but very noisy revolution. Sleep is impossible'. By Susan Viets (Independent) 12/05/2004
  • Ukraine's Face Is Mirrored in a Candidate. By C. J. Chivers (NY Times) 12/05/2004
  • Candidate's U.S.-born wife fights for Ukraine (Chicago Tribune) 12/05/2004
  • Yushchenko is viewed as a legend by many (Miami Herald) 12/05/2004
  • From a Dream to the Streets of Kiev. By Myroslava Antonovych (Wash Post) 12/05/2004
  • Kiev Protesters Look Beyond Vote (Wash Post) 12/05/2004
  • Lessons in liberty from Ukraine [Column] (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 12/05/2004
  • Hue and cry brings Kiev spirit to Chicago (Chicago Sun-Times) 12/05/2004
  • The Eastern Front, 2004 (NY Times) 12/05/2004
  • Cracks in Ukraine coalition (TVNZ) 12/05/2004

  • Opposition cheers as Ukraine court orders new poll (Daily Telegraph) 12/04/2004
  • Victorious Kiev protesters drink to democracy after 13 days in the cold (The Times) 12/04/2004
  • [AUDIO] Dissension Simmers in Eastern Ukraine (NPR) 12/04/2004
  • US backs runoff vote in Ukraine as Yushchenko moves to soothe Russia (AFP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • U.S. Lawyers Helped Train Ukraine Justices (NPR) 12/04/2004
  • [AUDIO] Election Crisis Takes New Turn in Ukraine (NPR) 12/04/2004
  • Q&A with Viktor Yushchenko (MSNBC) 12/04/2004
  • Q&A with Viktor Yushchenko: Ukraine opposition leader speaks with NBC News (MSNBC) 12/04/2004
  • Putin Gambles Big--and Loses. By Michael McFaul (Weekly Standard) 12/04/2004
  • GOP Hypocrite of the Week: Ukraine Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych (BuxxFlash) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine Candidate's Illness Stumps Doctors [IHT] (NY Times) 12/04/2004
  • It Was Dec. 3, but in Kiev, New Year Began Yesterday. By C. J. CHIVERS (NY Times) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine MPs reject election bill (BBC) 12/04/2004
  • Protests in Ukraine Show Its Assertion (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • US to cooperate on Ukraine as Yushchenko moves to soothe Russia (AFP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine Official Tells of Resisting Fraud [CEC member Andriy Mahera] (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Flexes Muscles After Victory (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine leader calls European mediators back for talks over vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian supporters of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, holding a Virgin Mary, chant outside the parliament building in Kiev...Sign on right 'Tarascha', town where murdered journalist Heorhiy Gongadze's scorched body was found. Allegations remain that President Kuchma was responsible for his death. (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko mingle in and around their tented camp site in the middle of the street in Kiev. (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine pictured again on NY Times' front page (NY Times) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine re-run dominates papers (BBC) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine fails to adopt key electoral changes (CTV) 12/04/2004
  • Setback for Ukraine Opposition (Australian) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine Fails to Approve Election Reform [Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko suffered a defeat in parliament Friday, when his foes blocked electoral amendments intended to avert fraud in a new presidential runoff later this month.] (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Ukrainian transplants worry from afar (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 12/04/2004
  • Yushchenko sitting pretty. By Stephen Mulvey (BBC) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine's PM vows to stand and win in new runoff vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine's rivals set for poll re-run [Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich has said defiantly he will take on opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko in a new election battle, a day after a court stripped him of his title of president-elect.] (Reuters) 12/04/2004
  • Ukrainian Vote Set for Dec. 26; Parliament Moves on Fraud (Bloomberg) 12/04/2004
  • In Ukraine, Homegrown Freedom. By Nadia Diuk (Wash Post) 12/04/2004
  • Old versus new in Ukraine (ABC-Australia ) 12/04/2004
  • OSCE Chairman welcomes Ukraine Supreme Court decision, pledges full support for new elections (OSCE) 12/04/2004
  • Australians urge Russia to stay out of Ukraine vote row (ABC-Australia ) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine Works to Pass Revote Law (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004
  • Berlin hails Ukrainian Decision; Russia slams West (Deutsche Welle) 12/04/2004
  • Court Rejects Ukraine Vote. Justices Cite Massive Fraud in Runoff, Set New Election (Wash Post) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine set for election showdown (BBC) 12/04/2004
  • Surprise in Ukraine (Wash Post) 12/04/2004
  • Audio Slide Show: The Orange Revolution (NY Times) 12/04/2004
  • Saying No to Vladimir Putin (NY Times) 12/04/2004
  • Let My People Go (NY Times) 12/04/2004
  • Dancing in the streets as 'a nation is born'. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner in Kiev (Financial Times) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine: Attacks on Press Aim to Stifle Debate (Human Rights Watch) 12/04/2004
  • Ukraine election to be rerun (Financial Times) 12/04/2004
  • Brussels endorses Ukraine thaw plan (Financial Times) 12/04/2004
  • Supreme court orders rerun of Ukraine poll. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 12/04/2004
  • In Ukraine, a Franchised Revolution (Worldpress) 12/04/2004
  • Court orders repeat Ukraine poll. Nick Paton Walsh (Guardian) 12/04/2004
  • Yushchenko: Ukraine's Best Hope? (AP/Yahoo) 12/04/2004

  • Verdict due in Ukraine poll dispute (Daily Telegraph) 12/03/2004
  • Op-Ed: Will We Pass the Democracy Test in Ukraine? By Timothy Snyder (BRAMA) 12/03/2004
  • Op-Ed: An Opportunity for Europe. By Timothy Snyder (BRAMA) 12/03/2004
  • Op-Ed: How to Protect Ukraine's Democratic Revolution. By Timothy Snyder (BRAMA) 12/03/2004
  • The Revolution Will Be Televised (Transitions Online) 12/03/2004
  • A Timeline of Events in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine's unusual business boost (Click: Listen to this story) (Marketplace) 12/03/2004
  • [AUDIO] A View from an American in Kiev (NPR) 12/03/2004
  • [AUDIO] Eastern Ukrainians Disappointed by Court Ruling (NPR) 12/03/2004
  • [AUDIO] Court Orders New Presidential Vote in Ukraine (NPR) 12/03/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko is given a traditional bread by one of his supporters during a huge rally at the Independence Square in downtown Kiev, Friday Dec. 3, 2004. Ukraine's Supreme Court on Friday invalidated the official results of the disputed presidential runoff election and ruled that a repeat vote must be held. (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko (R) looks at his wife Kateryna as he greets supporters during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko (R) his wife Kateryna (L) his daughters Sofia (front R) and Khrystyna (front L) sing the national anthem during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine Elections - Graphic shows timeline of events related to the Ukrainian election crisis (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko cheer during a rally in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Photo: Anatoliy Yarema (L), Chairman of Ukraine's supreme court reads the court verdict in Kiev. Ukraine's supreme court annuled the results of a bitterly-disputed presidential election and ordered a new runoff vote. (AFP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • POWER OF THE PEOPLE IS ALIVE IN UKRAINE. By Georgie Anne Geyer (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Putin, Kuchma oppose quick rerun of Ukraine poll (ABS-CBN) 12/03/2004
  • Putin Accuses U.S. of Double Standard (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine's High Court Sets Dec. 26 Rerun (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • U.S. Welcomes Ukrainian Court's Decision to Invalidate Election (USDOS) 12/03/2004
  • Triumph for People Power After Ukraine Vote Annulled (Reuters) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine's rigged vote annulled (Reuters) 12/03/2004
  • Yanukovych Has a Reputation for Toughness (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Where Will the New Vote Take Ukraine? (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • World Leaders Welcome New Ukraine Vote (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Polish President fears violence in Ukraine crisis (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/03/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Update: Interview with Nadia Diuk, Taras Kuzio [about 5 minutes into the recording] (NPR Boston) 12/03/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Supreme Court Calls for New Election (NPR) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine court: Hold runoff again (CNN) 12/03/2004
  • Текст постанови Верховного суду [Text of Supreme Court decision in Ukrainian] (Українська правда) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine's Supreme Court has annulled the second round of the presidential election - upholding opposition claims that it was fraudulent. (BBC) 12/03/2004
  • Staying healthy is new battle for Ukraine opposition supporters (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Declares Election Invalid (Reuters) 12/03/2004
  • Ukrainian Supreme Court Cancels Presidential Election Results (Bloomberg) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine's Supreme Court on Friday invalidated the official results of the disputed presidential runoff election and ruled that a repeat vote must be held. (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Верховний Суд визнав вибори другого туру недійсними і призначив повторне голосування. Одноголосно. Unanimous decision by court: Yanukovych not the winner of second round; CEC must hold new election (Гаряча Лінія) 12/03/2004
  • Hundreds hooligans hired to provoke clashes with Ukrainian protestors (Ukrainian Journal) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine court nears verdict on disputed election (Financial Times) 12/03/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Set up Temporary Chapel on Independence Square (RISU) 12/03/2004
  • Orange boom [The European parliament usually has difficulty organising a roll call, so how to explain the mass appearance of hundreds of orange scarves as MEPs debated the crisis in Ukraine yesterday?] (Financial Times) 12/03/2004
  • No chicken Kiev [Ihor Mitiukov in UK. By coincidence, the backdrop at the London Chamber of Commerce was bright orange...] (Financial Times) 12/03/2004
  • Don't wobble now, Ukrainian radicals tell Yushchenko. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 12/03/2004
  • Op-Ed: Our Ukraine. By Viktor Yushchenko [Wall Street Journal] (Our Ukraine) 12/03/2004
  • Cold but resolute in Kiev (Boston Globe) 12/03/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine's best hope (Toronto Star) 12/03/2004
  • Putin casts doubt on rerun of election. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/03/2004
  • Drama unfolds live on TV. Ukrainians glued to televised court hearings: `The destiny of my country is being decided' (Toronto Star) 12/03/2004
  • Make a deal or paralyze Ukraine, adviser says. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 12/03/2004
  • Spirits sag after 12 days in the streets. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 12/03/2004
  • US plays down difference with Moscow on Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Putin tells the West to butt out of Ukraine. But Bush says he'll be watching to ensure any new election is fair (Globe and Mail) 12/03/2004
  • Don't rush new poll: Putin (Australian) 12/03/2004
  • Orange fizz of Ukraine is proving a heady brew (Sydney Morning Herald) 12/03/2004
  • Why Ukraine matters (Palm Beach Post) 12/03/2004
  • The world may be getting colder (Enid News & Eagle) 12/03/2004
  • Letter: Seeing orange in Ukraine (Guardian) 12/03/2004
  • Yushchenko's Top Ally Inspires Protesters [Yulia Tymoshenko] (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • The future's orange for convert Rebrov (London Evening Standard) 12/03/2004
  • Polish President fears violence in Ukraine crisis (Reuters/AlertNet) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine's East and West Are Miles Apart on Issues (LA Times) 12/03/2004
  • Why Only in Ukraine? By Charles Krauthammer (Wash Post) 12/03/2004
  • Putin Opposes Repeat of the Ukraine Runoff (LA Times) 12/03/2004
  • A Russian 'bulldozer' in Kiev mire (Philadelphia Inquirer) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine awaits court poll verdict. Opposition supporters have gathered at Ukraine's Supreme Court as it prepares to deliver its verdict on the validity of the disputed presidential poll. (BBC) 12/03/2004
  • Democracy in Ukraine at juncture (Arizona Republic) 12/03/2004
  • Putin Meets Ukraine Leader and Scoffs at Calls for New Runoff. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 12/03/2004
  • Russia parliament condemns 'destructive' foreign role in Ukraine crisis (AFX/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Putin backs new Ukraine poll (Guardian) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine parliament demands withdrawal of troops from Iraq (AFP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Kuchma Asked to Withdraw Iraq Peacekeepers (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Demands Pullout of Iraq Troops (Reuters) 12/03/2004
  • Yanukovych Wins Ukraine Miners' Loyalty (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Russia says gas supplies to Ukraine will remain stable (Interfax-Russia) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine scenario couldn't happen in Russia - Veshnyakov (Interfax-Russia) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine, Poland, and a free world (openDemocracy) 12/03/2004
  • The roots of Ukraine crisis in US policy (Boston Globe) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine Court Expected to Rule on Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine waits for key ruling on disputed vote, Russia slams West (AFP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine Court Retires to Consider Appeal (AP/Yahoo) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament May Pass Law to Repeat Election (Update3) (Bloomberg) 12/03/2004
  • Supreme Court Mulls Ruling on Ukraine Poll Crisis (Reuters) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine awaits election-deal details (CS Monitor) 12/03/2004
  • Ukraine’s Kuchma seeks Putin support (Financial Times) 12/03/2004

  • Our Man at Ukraine's Orange Revolution [Adrian Karatnycky, Tamara Gallo, Radek Sikorski] (NY Sun) 12/02/2004
  • Central Asia: Oppositionists Closely Following Political Developments In Ukraine (RFE/RL) 12/02/2004
  • Новi докази фальсифiкацiї виборiв? (VOA) 12/02/2004
  • Протистояння в Українi – день одинадцятий (VOA) 12/02/2004
  • Буш i Держдепатамент про ситуацiю в Українi (VOA) 12/02/2004
  • Putin Meets Ukraine Leader and Scoffs at Calls for New Runoff. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 12/02/2004
  • Roundtable - without a table FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine mediators may meet next week (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • On Salo, Prince Igor, And Being a Hyphenated Ukrainian (Mosnews) 12/02/2004
  • Bush, Russia's Putin Warn Against Meddling in Ukraine (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/02/2004
  • Kuchma presents emergency plan for Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine opposition insists on rerun of contested second round (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Kuchma wins Putin's support; Ukraine opposition demands quick vote (AFP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma returns to Kiev after getting Putin's backing (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine government to resign only after constitutional reform - Kuchma (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Court Adjourns Without Decision (AP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Debates New Vote [Tens of thousands of upbeat opposition supporters waving orange flags and balloons watched a crucial Supreme Court debate on televisions in the capital's main square] (AP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Uzbek president criticizes Russia for interference in Ukraine's disputed elections (AP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Bush: Ukraine Should Be Free of Foreign Influence (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • Quick re-run in Ukraine opposed [by Kuchma and Putin] (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • Putin, Kuchma Oppose Quick Re-Run of Ukraine Vote (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • News Roundup, December 2, 2004 (BRAMA) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma to Sack Govt. if Reforms Proceed (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • Putin, Kuchma Oppose Quick Re-Run of Ukraine Vote (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine's Disputed Election; Helen Womack in Kiev, Roman Szporluk (Harvard University), John Peet (The Economist) [from 11/29/04] (Connection) 12/02/2004
  • [AUDIO] Global Hit: Razom Nas Bahato [from 11/30/04] (The World) 12/02/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukrainian Sign-Language Interpreter [from 11/30/04] (The World) 12/02/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine and Russia [from 12/1/04] (NPR) 12/02/2004
  • Hip-Hop Protest Song Rocks Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Watching a bitter divide [Area residents of Ukrainian descent are watching and waiting] (Philadelphia Intelligencer) 12/02/2004
  • Letters: Ukraine on the Brink, and the Adoption Business (Moscow Times) 12/02/2004
  • Bulgarian Back-Up for Ukrainian Opposition Leader (Novinite) 12/02/2004
  • Poles watch Ukraine with worry, nostalgia (Seattle Times) 12/02/2004
  • Bush Opposes Foreign Influence in Ukraine (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • Putin Opposes Ukraine Opposition Election Plan (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine crisis raises thorny question of EU frontiers (EU Business) 12/02/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Bolstered. No-Confidence Vote Is Defeat For Premier (Wash Post) 12/02/2004
  • Kuchma in Moscow talks as focus on Ukraine's supreme court (AFP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Bush, Russia's Putin Warn Against Meddling in Ukraine (Update1) (Bloomberg) 12/02/2004
  • As Ukraine Awaits Court Ruling, Kuchma Visits Moscow (RFE/RL) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine: Eastern Regions Enter Ukraine's Intricate Political Game. By Jean-Christophe Peuch (RFE/RL) 12/02/2004
  • Kuchma scrambles to secure future. By Stephen Mulvey (BBC) 12/02/2004
  • Timeline: Battle for Ukraine (BBC) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine's president Kuchma says no resolution of crisis without Russia (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Mediators fail to break presidency deadlock (Financial Times) 12/02/2004
  • Letter: Issue dividing Ukraine today is a free press versus the party line. By Orest Temnycky (Financial Times) 12/02/2004
  • Letter: A Yushchenko victory no guarantee of democracy's march east (Financial Times) 12/02/2004
  • Local Ukraine nationals speak out against allegedly stolen election (Athens News) 12/02/2004
  • Bush Says Should Be No Foreign Influence in Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Press elation and alarm at Ukraine events (BBC) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma flies to Moscow (Reuters/Mercury) 12/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine pictured on New York Times' front page (NY Times) 12/02/2004
  • Russian Talk on Ukraine Recalls Cold War (NY Times) 12/02/2004
  • Power Behind the Scenes in Ukraine Crisis [Viktor M. Pinchuk is the son-in-law of the Ukrainian president and one of the country's wealthiest men.] (NY Times) 12/02/2004
  • ‘Tyhypko for president,’ says Tyhypko (EDITORIAL) (Ukrainian Journal) 12/02/2004
  • Europe Sees Its Stake in Ukraine (LA Times) 12/02/2004
  • All eyes on Ukraine's supreme court as election decision looms (AFP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine opposition demands date for new elections (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine elites seek new candidate (UPI/Wash Times) 12/02/2004
  • New Ukraine poll looks likely (Reuters) 12/02/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Awaits Court Decision After Agreement Reached on Election Dispute (VOA) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Court Weighs Vote Result Appeals (AP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine's supreme court resumes hearing into disputed vote (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Photo: Judges of Ukraine's Supreme Court prepare to listen to an appeal by opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko's representative, during a session of the court in Kiev today. (AP/Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Lawmakers Debate New Vote; Court Set to Rule (Update3) (Bloomberg) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Deputies Debate PM [to choose a successor to Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych]; Court to Rule on Election (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Deputies to Name New Prime Minister to End Vote Dispute (Bloomberg) 12/02/2004
  • MPs speak, the candidates agree and Ukraine hopes for an end to the crisis. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 12/02/2004
  • Bitter lemons: Six questions to the critics of Ukraine's orange revolution (Guardian) 12/02/2004
  • Signs of compromise in Ukraine, but supreme court holds the key. Nick Paton Walsh (Guardian) 12/02/2004
  • Students go green in plea for peace. A tale of two cities: in eastern Ukraine the battle is to hold a country together, in the west rock music echoes defiant mood. David Crouch in Kharkov, eastern Ukraine (Guardian) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine's debased election bears Putin's mark. George Will. (Aberdeen News) 12/02/2004
  • Crimea doesn't want change in status in Ukraine - premier [Serhiy Kunitsyn] (Interfax-Russia) 12/02/2004
  • Slovak Foreign Minister doesn't want dividing of Ukraine (Slovensko) 12/02/2004
  • Cincinnati Police Officer Travels To The Ukraine (WCPO) 12/02/2004
  • E.ON CEO says pipeline through Ukraine secure despite political unrest (AFX/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Caritas Ukraine versorgt Demonstranten in Kiew [German - Caritas assists demonstrators in Kyiv] (Caritas) 12/02/2004
  • People wake up to their strength in streets of Kiev (Financial Times) 12/02/2004
  • Editorial: Bush's 'new' style proves a hard sell (Toronto Star) 12/02/2004
  • Editorial: Protecting democracy, here and abroad [Americans, as much as Ukrainians, deserves elections can they trust are fair.] (Berkshire Eagle) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Pushes for Quick Revote (AP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Putin: Ukraine Revote Would Be Fruitless (AP/Yahoo) 12/02/2004
  • Putin scorns repeat Ukraine vote (BBC) 12/02/2004
  • Editorial: Democracy for Ukraine (Wash Post) 12/02/2004
  • Yushchencko promises opposition victory soon (IOL) 12/02/2004
  • Election Divides Nation: The Battle for Ukraine (Newsday) 12/02/2004
  • Deal sets the stage for new Ukraine election. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 12/02/2004
  • 'Peggers eager to be observers in Ukraine (Winnipeg Sun) 12/02/2004
  • Ukrainians cheer PM's toppling (Edmonton Sun) 12/02/2004
  • A real eye-opener. Edmonton's Darcia Wasarab-Rolland has returned to Canada from Ukraine with terrible tales of election corruption. (Edmonton Sun) 12/02/2004
  • A New Election for Ukrainians Appears Likely (NY Times) 12/02/2004
  • Ukraine on the Brink. In wake of tumultuous vote, Prague's Ukrainian community rallies for 'West-leaning' candidate Viktor Yushchenko (Prague Post) 12/02/2004

  • Letter: Ukraine election is a 'post-Cold War turning point' (The Times) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine: Youthful Protesters Find That 'Times Are Changing' (RFE/RL) 12/01/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine's Waiting Masses (LA Times) 12/01/2004
  • Religions of Ukraine Call for Prayer (RISU) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine B1 foreign currency bond ceiling outlook cut to developing - Moody's (AFX/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich refuses to step down after parliament vote (AFX/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's two presidential rivals start roundtable talks (AFP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Poland Opens Probe Into 1940 Massacre [Katyn forest of more than 21,000 Polish officers and intellectuals by the Soviet secret police] (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • 'Important day' for Ukraine: Interview with Australia's Honorary Consul, Sergei Berezovenka (ABC-Australia) 12/01/2004
  • Efforts Continue to Break Ukraine's Electoral Deadlock (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Jews in Ukraine joining in as post-election chaos rolls on (JTA) 12/01/2004
  • In Ukraine, the East-West divide is one the Jewish community knows well (JTA) 12/01/2004
  • Donetsk Authorities Forbid Prayer Marathon in City Center (RISU) 12/01/2004
  • Observers: Tricks Skew Ukraine's Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Key Players in Ukraine's Election Crisis (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Schroeder Says Ukraine Crisis Raises European Security Concerns (Bloomberg) 12/01/2004
  • US cautious but encouraged by developments in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Moody's cuts outlook on Ukraine's B1 ratings amidst political turmoil (AFX/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • The Propaganda War Over Ukraine. By Andrew Sorokowski (JD, PhD) (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainians color London blue, yellow - and orange. By Tony Leliw FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Cage the Russian Circus Bear. By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-ed (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • German party heads send Yushchenko letter of support (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Historical Association protests falsified election results (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Letter from an American to President Kuchma Letter (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • UACC cautions CNN against unbalanced reporting on Ukraine Letter (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Protesters near White House call on Bush to support democracy in Ukraine FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Tie an Orange Ribbon for Democracy - December 2nd/3rd ACTION ITEM (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Australians rallied on the steps of Melbourne’s Parliament House FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • New York area Ukrainians demonstrate support for Ukraine's opposition SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Argentine Ukrainians Protest Fraudulent Elections FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Paris Ukrainians rally at the Eiffel Tower for democracy in Ukraine SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Lighting the tree of Hope - From Cleveland to Kyiv FOTO/S (BRAMA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian-Americans Watch Unfolding Drama (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Rivals Reach Compromise Deal (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Ющенко пішов на компроміс? (Українська правда) 12/01/2004
  • Нові Маріїнські переговори - зняття блокади, політреформа і рукостискання (Українська правда) 12/01/2004
  • Kremlin-Backed Oligarchs Fueling Ukrainian Separatism (Our Ukraine) 12/01/2004
  • Opposition Quits Talks In Ukraine Ballot Crisis (Wash Post) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Leader Refuses To Step Down [Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich has refused to step down from his position. His decision came despite Ukraine's parliament passing a no-confidence motion in the current government.] (Sky News/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's opposition: Why orange? (AFP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • The Freedom Haters. By Anne Applebaum ['...the United States has historically backed 'stability' in Ukraine, which is another way of saying Russian influence.'] (Wash Post) 12/01/2004
  • False Spin in Ukraine (CS Monitor) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine opposition rejects compromise as talks fail. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 12/01/2004
  • Supreme Court Reviews Election Results; CVU: Unprecedented Violations (Our Ukraine) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Intramural Contest: Entrenched Interests Scramble (NY Times) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Challenger Rejects Deal Offered by Opponent (NY Times) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine elections betray Western bias (Al Jazeera) 12/01/2004
  • Police try at crackdown on Kiev demonstrators thwarted by army brass (Ukrainian Journal) 12/01/2004
  • Dangerous Indifference in Russia (Wash Post) 12/01/2004
  • Parliament votes out Ukraine government; Kuchma urges new election (AFP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine parliament votes to dismiss pro-Russian government (AFP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovych Loses Parliament's Confidence (Update4) (Bloomberg) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Lawmakers Reject Prime Minister, Government (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Lawmakers Pass No Confidence Against PM (Update1) (Bloomberg) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Votes to Sack Government (Reuters) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine MPs vote down government (BBC) 12/01/2004
  • No-confidence vote in Ukraine government (IOL) 12/01/2004
  • Report: Kuchma Backs Holding New Election (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Kuchma Opposes Any Rerun of Presidential Poll (Reuters) 12/01/2004
  • Kiev's Tent City blossoms as protest grows (The Scotsman) 12/01/2004
  • A democratic Ukraine is in everyone's interest (Seattle Times) 12/01/2004
  • U.S. must support democracy in Ukraine and be wary of relations with Moscow (Allentown Morning Call) 12/01/2004
  • Bush faces quandary in Ukraine. Backing opposition risks losing Russia's help against terror (SF Chronicle) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine PM ill, Kuchma says [Yanukovich had failed to turn up to a meeting because he was ill with a high temperature] (The Australian) 12/01/2004
  • Yanukovych files appeal against election results with Supreme Court (AP/WHNT) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian PM Appeals Election Results (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Yushchenko could lose waiting game (BBC) 12/01/2004
  • Oligarchs hedge bets as political fortunes swing [Viktor Pinchuk, the son-in-law of Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma] (Financial Times) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine crisis exposes Putin's plans (BBC) 12/01/2004
  • Newsview: Powell Quiet on Russia Ambitions [One can only wonder what Secretary of State Colin Powell thinks of the Russian attempt to tilt the Ukraine election toward the pro-Moscow prime minister, Viktor Yanukovych.] (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Middle class backs Orange Revolution (BBC) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine is heading for break-up or bloodshed, says Russia. By Harry de Quetteville in Kiev (Daily Telegraph) 12/01/2004
  • Moscow may assist Kyiv in dealing with crisis - Lavrov (Interfax-Russia) 12/01/2004
  • Q&A: Ukraine poll crisis (BBC) 12/01/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Parliament Rejects Prime Minister [Yanukovych] in Current Job (NPR) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Passes Vote of No Confidence in Yanukovych Government. By Bill Gasperini (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Parliament Votes Out Prime Minister's Government. By STEVEN LEE MYERS (NY Times) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine PM [Yanukovych] seeks poll annulment (BBC) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich asks high court to annul presidential poll results (AFX/III) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Brings Down Government (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • City MP fears violence in Kyiv (Winnipeg Sun) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's government is stalling, foes argue (San Diego Union-Tribune) 12/01/2004
  • Kuchma proposes constitutional agreement to settle crisis (Interfax-Russia) 12/01/2004
  • More than presidency at stake in Ukraine [from 11/30/04] (Chicago Sun-Times) 12/01/2004
  • Editorial: The larger struggle over Ukraine (Wash Times) 12/01/2004
  • Canadian hurt in attack on Ukrainian protesters (CTV) 12/01/2004
  • [VIDEO] CTV News: Ellen Pinchuk on the shocking events in Ukraine (CTV) 12/01/2004
  • The logistics of revolution. By MARK MacKINNON (Globe and Mail) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine faces grim choices, Russian says [Boris Gryzlov, the Speaker of Russia's parliament and a close ally of President Vladimir Putin]. Talks between the two sides end, and worried neighbours are sending mediators, MARK MacKINNON writes from Kiev (Globe and Mail) 12/01/2004
  • Central bank acts to prevent financial crisis (Financial Times) 12/01/2004
  • Mediators step up efforts to help resolve Ukrainian political crisis (Financial Times) 12/01/2004
  • President Bush and Prime Minister Martin Discuss Common Goals - [CRTL-F to comments on Ukraine] (White House) 12/01/2004
  • Referendum on Donetsk's federalization scheduled for January 9 (Interfax-Russia) 12/01/2004
  • Donetsk region sets vote to change Ukraine's status [Jan 9] (AFX/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Some Ukrainian parliamentarians leaving pro-govt factions [deputies are 'not from the opposition groups.'] (Interfax-Russia) 12/01/2004
  • European Union Seeks Ways of Ending Ukraine Deadlock (Update2) (Bloomberg) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Opens Without Quorum (Reuters) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Achieves Quorum -- Speaker (Reuters) 12/01/2004
  • Буш цiнує зусилля Кваснєвського, згадує про Україну в Канадi (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Бжезинський радить Кучмi, як увiйти в iсторiю (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Путiн на сторiнках американської преси (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Парламент ухвалює суперечливе рішення щодо виборів (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Верховний суд продовжує розгляд скарги опозицiї (VOA) 12/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Parliament Votes Out Prime Minister's Government (AP/NY Times) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Votes to Sack Government (Reuters/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Good and bad sides of nationalism (Guardian) 12/01/2004
  • Russia's oil and gas power Putin's ambitions (Guardian) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine opposition renews blockade and quits talks (Guardian) 12/01/2004
  • Family pressure on Kuchma to end the crisis. Billionaire son-in-law [Viktor Pinchuk] brought into the Ukrainian fray as signs point to a compromise candidate in a re-run presidential election. (Guardian) 12/01/2004
  • Фоторепортаж: Мюнхен, 26.11.04 - Митинг в поддержку Виктора Ющенко (Website) 12/01/2004
  • Ukraine Central Bank Moves to Counter Run (AP/Yahoo) 12/01/2004
  • Publisher distributes free online copy of 'Beheaded, the killing of a journalist' by JV Koshiw, indictment of Ukraine's President Kuchma (Website) 12/01/2004
    2004 - [12] [11] [10] [09] [08] [07] [06] [05] [04] [03] [02] [01]

    ARCHIVE
    [Current month]
    [2015] [2014] [2013] [2012] [2011] [2010]
    [2009] [2008] [2007] [2006] [2005] [2004] [2003] [2002] [2001] [2000]
    [1999] [1998] [1997]


  •  

    Ukraine video timeline: a year of protests and violence. Daily Telegraph 2/21/2015


    Nadiya Savchenko's speech in Basmanny Court, Moscow, 10.02.2015 (Voices of Ukraine)


    Joe Biden: Don’t tell us. Show us, President Putin. 2/7/2015 Munich Security Conference


    Speech by President of Ukraine at the Munich Security conference Feb 7 2015


    #FreeSavchenko video by Adriana Luhovy [Twitter storm Jan 26 2015]


    FREE NADIYA SAVCHENKO

    FREE NADIYA SAVCHENKO
    Twitter storm day Jan 26 2015


    Live map of Ukraine

    Ukraine Today TV LIVE on Youtube


    Live map of Ukraine

    Live map of Ukraine


    Timothy Snyder: Ukrainian History, European Future. Timothy D. Snyder is a well-known historian and professor of history at Yale University. Speaking at the National University 'Kyiv-Mohyla Academy' on May 15, 2014 on deep connection and strong bonds between Ukrainian and European history.


    Громадське радіо

    Громадське радіо


    Громадське телебачення

    Громадське телебачення


    Facebook Євромайдан

    Facebook Євромайдан


    Happy Kyiv (inspired by Pharrell Williams 'Happy')


    Inauguration of Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko, June 7, 2014


    The Kyiv Post

    День The Day Newspaper

    Експрес онлайн -- Львів

    Voice of America/Голос Америки

    Mirror Weekly/Дзеркало Тижня

    TVi

    Tochka.net

    Zaxid.net

    Yahoo!
    Foto I |  Foto II |  Slideshow

    World Issues
    Google
     ·  Afghanistan
     ·  Iran
     ·  Iraq
    Yahoo
     ·  Afghanistan
     ·  Iran
     ·  Iraq

    Climate Effects
    Google
     ·  Global Warming
     ·  Hurricanes
     ·  Earthquake
     ·  Bird Flu
    Yahoo
     ·  Climate Change
     ·  Hurricanes
     ·  Earthquake
     ·  Bird Flu

    Nasha knopka Наша кнопка

    SLIDESHOWS
    Yushchenko 2009 (NYC)
    Yushchenko 2008 (NYC)
    Genocide (NYC)
    Rushnyk (NYC)
    more ...

    AUDIO and VIDEO
    Video: OC Yushchenko speech
    Video: Orange Circle Yushchenko
    Video: Heritage Days
    more ...


    Calendar
    more ... ]  

    Survey
    What will L.Kuchma's fate be under the Yushchenko presidency?
    Same as Ceausescu
    Exile in Russia or elsewhere
    Prosecution and jail in Ukraine
    Immunity from prosecution in Ukraine
    Pardoned by Yushchenko
    Other
  • [Results & comment board] ...

  • Horoscope
    Horoscope (Ukr1251 only):


    ** Special: [Ukrainian Holidays and Traditions] [SHOP UKRAINIAN] [POLITICS]

    BRAMA Home -- BRAMA in Ukrainian -- Calendar -- UkraiNEWStand -- Community Press -- Search BRAMA -- Arts/Culture -- Business -- CLASSIFIEDS -- Compute/Software -- Social Issues -- Education -- Fun -- Law -- e-LISTS&BB's -- Nova Khvylia (New Wave) -- SPORTS -- Travel -- Ukraine -- Government -- Diaspora Directory -- Suggest a Link -- Report a dead link -- About BRAMA - WebHosting - Domains - Advertising -- What's New? -- GOOGLE-- Yahoo!
    Copyright © 1997-2011 BRAMA, Inc.tm, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    ** цікаве: [Свята і традиції] [Крамниці] [Політика]

    БРАМА -- БРАМА по-анг. -- Календар -- УкраїНОВИНИ -- Громадська преса -- БРАМА пошук -- Мистецтво/культура -- Ділове -- Оголошення -- Комп'ютерне -- Соц.Проблеми -- Освіта/стипендії -- Розвага -- Юристика -- е-листи/ДОШКИ -- Нова хвиля -- СпортНовини -- Подорожування -- про Україну -- уряд України -- Довідник Укр. Діаспори -- Додайте Ваші координати -- Report dead link -- Про Браму - послуги - реклами -- Що нового? -- GOOGLE-- Yahoo!
    Copyright © 1997-2011 BRAMA, Inc.tm, Inc. Всі права застережені.