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  • [VIDEO] Special Message - Victor A. Yushchenko; Orange Revolution, WEF (World Economic Forum) 01/31/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko mourns over the body of his mother Varvara during the funeral liturgy at St. Volodymyr cathedral in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko and his daughter Sofia place flowers into the coffin of his mother Varvara during the funeral at St. Volodymyr cathedral in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, holding white roses, wipes tears during the funeral of his mother Varvara, as the head of Ukraine's independent Kiev-based Orthodox church Patriarch Filaret looks on at St. Volodymyr cathedral in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Photo: Acting Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko hugs the head of Ukraine's independent Kiev-based Orthodox church Patriarch Filaret at St. Volodymyr cathedral in Kiev before the funeral liturgy for Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's mother, Varvara (AP/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian acting Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko kisses the hand of the head of Ukraine's independent Kiev-based Orthodox church Patriarch Filaret before the funeral of President Viktor Yushchenko's mother Varvara in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Ukrainian President's Mother Dies at 86 [Varvara Yushchenko] (AP/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Померла мати Віктора Ющенка (Website) 01/31/2005
  • EU hails Ukraine's 'European aspirations,' vows closer ties (AFP/EU Business) 01/31/2005
  • У Брюсселі ухвалено зміни до плану Україна-ЄС (BBC Ukrainian) 01/31/2005
  • EU: Foreign Ministers to Discuss Iraq, Ukraine, Middle East, Balkans (RFE/RL) 01/31/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko suggests foreign involvement in poisoning plot (AFP/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Yushchenko Discloses Mystery of Poisoning (Kommersant) 01/31/2005
  • How I am going to wake this great sleeping elephant and ride into EU: Viktor Yushchenko tells Anthony Browne and Robert Thomson how he plans to fulfil his mission to revitalise Ukraine (The Times) 01/31/2005
  • Ukraine's President Takes the Stage (Moscow Times) 01/31/2005
  • Oranges on Ice (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/31/2005
  • After Europe tour, Yushchenko faces tough week at home [AFP] (Borneo Bulletin) 01/31/2005
  • Many Were Called, but Few Chosen (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/31/2005
  • Ukraine's parliament to consider Tymoshenko nomination on Feb. 3 (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/31/2005
  • Prickly: Yushchenko talks of 'permanent partnership' in Moscow but 'irreversible transformation' in Strasbourg, leaving Russia unhappy and uncertain (Transitions Online) 01/31/2005
  • Summit of the Irritated (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/31/2005
  • International organizations offer long-term help to Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 01/31/2005
  • Aid groups and Yushchenko among Nobel tips (Reuters) 01/31/2005
  • Save the Children, Yushchenko and Powell tipped for 2005 Nobel Peace Prize [AFP] (The Age) 01/31/2005
  • How Bush Could Fight Tyranny (Wash Post) 01/31/2005
  • Foreign Observers, Watching From Safe Distance, Approve (NY Times) 01/31/2005
  • A people's victory and a tribute to media power (The Times) 01/31/2005
  • Bullets and ballots (Guardian) 01/31/2005
  • Sharansky: From Soviet dissident to Pres. Bush's muse (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/31/2005
  • Sullen Donetsk watches Yushchenko (BBC News) 01/31/2005
  • Berezovsky will be allowed to move to Ukraine - Communist leader [Petro Symonenko] (Interfax-Russia) 01/31/2005
  • Berezovsky has little chance of moving to Ukraine - deputy [Stepan Havrish] (Interfax-Russia) 01/31/2005
  • Kiev lures Russian tycoon (The Times) 01/31/2005
  • A ticking time bomb. Nearly two decades later, Chernobyl still poses a threat to Ukraine (Daily Pennsylvanian) 01/31/2005
  • Meeting of minds can turn talk into action (The Times) 01/31/2005
  • Ukrtransnafta expects increase in petroleum transportation in 2005, possibly to 61 m. tons (Government Portal) 01/31/2005
  • Russians to Build Balkan Pipeline (Moscow Times) 01/31/2005
  • Андрухоїд наближається (Потяг 76) 01/31/2005
  • The Need for Pain and Memory (Transitions Online) 01/31/2005
  • More than 30,000 Religious Organizations Registered in Ukraine (RISU) 01/31/2005
  • Letter: Continue helping Ukraine [Walter Derzko] (Toronto Star) 01/31/2005

  • Photo: Zherlin Ndudi of Ukraine performs during the semi-final of the Prix de Lausanne 2005, an international dance competition for young dancers. Zherlin Ndudi won the top prize for one year free study at one of the finest dance schools (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/30/2005
  • [VIDEO clip] Yushchenko: 'Live And Carry On [MSIE browser Windows Media Player] (CBS News) 01/30/2005
  • Yushchenko: 'Live And Carry On' [60 Minutes - text] (CBS News) 01/30/2005
  • Yushchenko to 'tackle corruption' (BBC News) 01/30/2005
  • Yuschenko: A beautiful revolution (CNN) 01/30/2005
  • Віктор Ющенко: повний склад уряду стане відомим у четвер (BBC Ukrainian) 01/30/2005
  • Ukraine: Strange Pair. The president has an ambitious ally [Tymoshenko] (Newsweek) 01/30/2005
  • Ukraine's Iron Lady: Yuliya Tymoshenko still has to convince doubters that she's the right choice to be the new Prime Minister (Time) 01/30/2005
  • Kiev’s ‘princess’ looks for revenge [Tymoshenko] (Sunday Times) 01/30/2005
  • Will Kuchma become a life-long dependent for Ukrainians? (Ukrayinska Pravda) 01/30/2005
  • U.S. Cold War Mien Said to Mar Russia Ties (AP/Yahoo) 01/30/2005
  • No Old Men (Hartford Courant) 01/30/2005
  • Yushchenko aspires to EU entry (The Times) 01/30/2005
  • Вільнюс підтримує європейський оптимізм Ющенка (BBC Ukrainian) 01/30/2005
  • ЄС і нові сусіди: давайте знайомитися! (Deutsche Welle) 01/30/2005
  • Crimean Tatars Look Warmly at EU Membership (UNPO) 01/30/2005
  • EU eyes positive news from Iraqi polls (AFP/EU Business) 01/30/2005
  • Democracy takes time (Toronto Star) 01/30/2005
  • Andrew Sullivan: Whatever the result, this is a triumphant election (Sunday Times) 01/30/2005
  • Each Vote Strikes at Terror (LA Times) 01/30/2005
  • Watching the World Decide (LA Times) 01/30/2005
  • Democracy, One Way or Another (LA Times) 01/30/2005
  • Iran-Ukraine discuss mutual cooperation (IranMania) 01/30/2005
  • Mail-Order Misery. Charging abuse, imported brides are fighting back. [Nataliya Derkach just wanted a husband...] (Newsweek) 01/30/2005
  • Middle East Dominates at World Forum ['In your business loans for 2005, make another entry to be titled: 'Saved expenses on unpaid bribes to Ukrainian officials'' - Yushchenko] (AP/Yahoo) 01/30/2005
  • Can Angelina Jolie Really Save the World? (NY Times) 01/30/2005
  • Пiдсумки Давосу та iншi актуальнi питання (VOA) 01/30/2005
  • Ukraine launches drive to attract investment (Sunday Business Post) 01/30/2005
  • Доля єдиної в Німеччині кафедри україністики все ще під знаком питання? (Deutsche Welle) 01/30/2005
  • Biologist with an eye on Oscar (Sunday Times) 01/30/2005
  • The Frostbitten Mayor [Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) sculptor born in Kiev] (NY Times) 01/30/2005
  • Nyack architects designing chapels at St. Patrick's [Architect Julia Khomut, manager for the Czestochowa project, native of the Ukraine] (NY Journal News) 01/30/2005
  • Diminishing Identity [Ukrainian assimilation in America] (Auburn Citizen) 01/30/2005
  • After Yuschenko takes over, mood optimistic among Ukrainian Jews (JTA) 01/30/2005
  • NIU professor accused of making anti-Semitic statements [Northern Illinois University has decided it won't take action against part-time instructor] [Myron Kuropas][AP] (WQAD) 01/30/2005
  • JerseyGOP [Republican] Babe-of-the-Week: Yulia Tymoshenko (Website) 01/30/2005
  • Rod Liddle: A brief guide to unconscious BBC bias (Sunday Times) 01/30/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian president Viktor A. Yushchenko jokes with Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Swizterland (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • EU Tells Ukraine to Walk Before It Runs (Reuters) 01/29/2005
  • Ukraine 'has future in EU' (ITV) 01/29/2005
  • Ющенко: Європа без України буде недосконалою (BBC Ukrainian) 01/29/2005
  • Yushchenko Says He Can Work With Putin (AP/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • What I dislike about Ukraine, by Viktor Yushchenko (Reuters) 01/29/2005
  • A Mixed Meeting in Davos (Time) 01/29/2005
  • Focus on Middle East, Ukraine dominates at World Economic Forum (CBC News) 01/29/2005
  • Принцеса нон грата [Юлія Тимошенко] (Голос України) 01/29/2005
  • Russian Opposition Unites Against New Social Law [St Petersburg protesters also held orange flags and banners - the color of Ukraine's 'Orange Revolution'] (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • Cutbacks in social benefits spark protests in Russia (Knight Ridder) 01/29/2005
  • Exiled Russian Tycoon Wants to Move to Ukraine [Berezovsky] (Reuters) 01/29/2005
  • Putin spin on the war upsets East Europeans (IH Tribune) 01/29/2005
  • Participants of the Orange revolution created their own party [National Union Ukrainians] (Ukrayinska Pravda) 01/29/2005
  • Ukrainian security agencies to be headed mainly by civilians - Yushchenko (Interfax-Russia) 01/29/2005
  • McCain cautions on use of force in Iran (Financial Times) 01/29/2005
  • Bush signals a revolution in foreign policy (IH Tribune) 01/29/2005
  • Bush: Election Won't End Violence in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • Bush: U.S. Must Stay in Iraq After Election (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • Yushchenko lays out sales pitch to investors (IH Tribune) 01/29/2005
  • Ukraine's New President Expected to Put Re-Examination of Privatization at Top of His Agenda (AP/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • Ukrainian cargo plane seized in Canada over debts returns home (AFP/Yahoo) 01/29/2005
  • Congressmen want Peters to renounce Kuropas remarks (DeKalb Daily Chronicle) 01/29/2005
  • A Fascinating Siegfried of the Mind [superb bass Pavlo Hunka] (Globe and Mail) 01/29/2005
  • Річниця загибелі 300 студентів під Крутами (BBC Ukrainian) 01/29/2005

  • Jews decry U.S. delegation pick; NIU professor insists that he's not anti-Semitic [Myron Kuropas] (Chicago Tribune) 01/28/2005
  • Yushchenko: 'Live And Carry On' (CBS News) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko talks with Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski during the World Economic Forum in Davos (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko delivers a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Victor Yushchenko presents his special message to the World Economic Forum in Davos (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko delivers remarks at the World Economic Forum (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder shakes hands with Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko at a local hotel on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Yushchenko not deterred by cool EU response (Reuters) 01/28/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko says will lodge EU bid 'in near future' (AFP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • New Ukrainian President Addresses Western Leaders in Davos (VOA News) 01/28/2005
  • Polish president backs Ukraine's move to apply for EU membership (AFP/EU Business) 01/28/2005
  • Президент України В. Ющенко представив у Давосі програму реформ в Україні (Website) 01/28/2005
  • German Leader: Rein in Iran With Diplomacy ['My country has long been a wise, strong but sleeping elephant,' said Yushchenko. 'It is waking today.'] (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Ukraine Clears Prime Minister-Designate (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Ukraine's Prosecutor Says Tymoshenko Is No Criminal (Reuters) 01/28/2005
  • General Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine Closed All Criminal Cases Against Tymoshenko and UESU Chiefs (UNIAN) 01/28/2005
  • Editorial: After the Victory Parties in Ukraine (NY Times) 01/28/2005
  • Yushchenko's Auschwitz connection (BBC News) 01/28/2005
  • The world remembers (Guardian) 01/28/2005
  • Victims revisit death camp as world remembers Holocaust (The Times) 01/28/2005
  • Sheer horror of Auschwitz (The Sun) 01/28/2005
  • A symbol of terror, suffering and death (Irish Examiner) 01/28/2005
  • Yushchenko Finds Friends in West (Moscow Times) 01/28/2005
  • Німецький політик: Європейський союз не повинен залишати Україну наодинці з її проблемами (Deutsche Welle) 01/28/2005
  • Cheney and Yushchenko stand side by side in show of solidarity (SA Star) 01/28/2005
  • Heeee's baaack! [see: A tie tip...Dick Cheney sported an orange tie...support for Ukraine's new President Viktor Yuschenko] (Chicago Sun-Times) 01/28/2005
  • 13 dead as snowstorms hit Europe and North Africa (The Scotsman) 01/28/2005
  • Експерт: заява генпрокурора Росії щодо Юлії Тимошенко є викликом Кремля Ющенкові (Deutsche Welle) 01/28/2005
  • Nobels for Yushchenko, Saakashvili? (Moscow Times) 01/28/2005
  • Adoption of Civil Society Leads to Ukrainian Reform (RFE/RL) 01/28/2005
  • Uzbek Leader Warns He Will Stop Ukraine-Style Revolt (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • 600 British troops to fill gap left by Dutch (Guardian) 01/28/2005
  • Berezovskii Announces Plans to Move to Ukraine (RFE/RL) 01/28/2005
  • Report: Exiled Russian Tycoon Wants To Move To Ukraine [Boris Berezovsky] [AP] (iWon) 01/28/2005
  • Standing on the wrong side of the revolution [...what if the losers are your friends?] (Oregonian) 01/28/2005
  • Date of reporter's body identification to be set next week - prosecutor [Georgy Gongadze] (Interfax-Russia) 01/28/2005
  • Ex-Ukrainian police official on wanted list [Oleksiy Pukach] (Interfax-Russia) 01/28/2005
  • Opposition targeting Fischer (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) 01/28/2005
  • Russia detains Pakistanis trying to cross-over illegally [trying to sneak into neighbouring Ukraine on their way to Western Europe] (New Kerala) 01/28/2005
  • Ukraine mulls review of steel plant privatisation (Reuters) 01/28/2005
  • Yushchenko, Clinton discuss investment, medical supplies (Interfax-Russia) 01/28/2005
  • Gates promises to support Ukraine's educational programs [Microsoft CEO Bill Gates] (Interfax-Russia) 01/28/2005
  • Russia Off Radar at Davos (St. Petersburg Times) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: Poland has long sought the return of 27 drawings by Albrecht Durer, three owned by the Cleveland Museum of Art, that were looted by the Nazis during World War II. This drawing is called 'The Ascension'. Polish officials say legal documents compiled in a new book bolster their claim to a German master's drawings that were looted by the Nazis during World War II. The 27 drawings by Durer were stolen in 1941 from the Lubomirski Museum in present-day Lviv, Ukraine. They were sold on the international art market after World War II ended and are now owned by major museums and collections the United States and Europe (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Photo: 'The Dead Christ' drawing, dated 1505, by German renaissance master Albrecht Durer is shown , bought by the Cleveland Museum of Art in 1952, was looted by the Nazis in 1941 (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Poland Using Book to Push Looted Art Claim (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2005
  • Berlinale Jury Complete (Deutsche Welle) 01/28/2005
  • NIU reviews links to prof accused of anti-Semitism [Myron Kuropas] (Chicago Sun-Times) 01/28/2005
  • Winner of City's Best 2005 Comfort Food: Veselka East Village Restaurant! (Website) 01/28/2005
  • Immigrants face cultural hurdles. Ukrainians explain their efforts to learn new customs (Everett Daily Herald) 01/28/2005

  • Photo: A man walks on a hill covered with snow in front of the Kiev-Pecherskaya Lavra cathedral after heavy snowfall (AFP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko walks with a candle near the Monument for the victims of Fascism during a ceremony in Auschwitz Birkenau (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a forum to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Survivor's Son Yushchenko Recalls 'Sacred' Auschwitz (Reuters) 01/27/2005
  • Leaders, survivors mark Auschwitz liberation (CNN) 01/27/2005
  • Survivors, dignitaries celebrate life, remember dead at Auschwitz (Knight Ridder) 01/27/2005
  • World urged to 'never forget' at ceremonies to mark liberation of Auschwitz [President Viktor Yushchenko vowed that anti-Semitism would never be allowed to get a foothold in his country again] (AFP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Royals remember the victims of Holocaust ['This is a sacred place for me and my family. This is a place where Andrei Yushchenko, my father, suffered.'] (The Scotsman) 01/27/2005
  • World Leaders Mark Auschwitz Liberation [President Viktor Yushchenko addressed the youth gathering] (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • 'No Room in Ukraine for Antisemitism,' Yuschenko Says at Holocaust Memorial (RISU) 01/27/2005
  • Auschwitz anniversary in quotes (CNN) 01/27/2005
  • Holocaust survivors brave the cold for one last reunion (The Times) 01/27/2005
  • Cheney, in Poland, Praises Auschwitz Survivors, Yushchenko (Wash Post) 01/27/2005
  • Remarks of Vice President Cheney with President Viktor Yushchenko of Ukraine (White House) 01/27/2005
  • Getting Ukraine to Safe Shores. By Ariel Cohen (Heritage Foundation) 01/27/2005
  • EU Aide Praises Yushchenko's Caution on Ties (Reuters) 01/27/2005
  • The European Parliament and Ukraine (Europarl) 01/27/2005
  • Ukraine leader cancels Brussels trip due to weather (AFP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Bad Weather Prevents Ukraine's Leader Visiting EU (Reuters) 01/27/2005
  • Snow scuppers Yushchenko EU visit (BBC News) 01/27/2005
  • EU to approve fresh help for Ukraine (AFP/EU Business) 01/27/2005
  • Schroeder cool on EU membership for Ukraine (DPA/Expatica) 01/27/2005
  • Ukraine accession talks move ahead (Financial Times) 01/27/2005
  • Die europäische Integration voranbringen (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) 01/27/2005
  • Юлія Тимошенко - суперечлива, як і раніше, постать (BBC Ukrainian) 01/27/2005
  • Russia pursues case against acting Ukraine PM (Financial Times) 01/27/2005
  • Russia will pursue Ukraine's No. 2 in bribe case (IH Tribune) 01/27/2005
  • Russia wants to arrest new Ukraine premier [Yulia Tymoshenko][AP] (Irish Examiner) 01/27/2005
  • Russia plans to prosecute Ukraine's new Prime Minister designate for bribing - start of confrontation? (India Daily) 01/27/2005
  • McCain, Clinton Nominate Presidents of Georgia And Ukraine for Nobel Peace Prize (Website) 01/27/2005
  • First know your donkey: Ukraine is the right way to spread freedom, Iraq the wrong way. Has this lesson come too late for Iran? (Guardian) 01/27/2005
  • Yushchenko's peace trumps Bush's war (Western Catholic Reporter) 01/27/2005
  • Democracy - It's not God's gift (New Zealand Herald) 01/27/2005
  • 'Батько Горіо' української політики: історичний феномен Леоніда Кучми (Українська Правда) 01/27/2005
  • Ukraine's Lesson for Putin (Wash Post) 01/27/2005
  • After Ukraine, Moscow's Guard Is Up (Moscow Times) 01/27/2005
  • Coalition pull-out from Iraq gathers pace (Financial Times) 01/27/2005
  • Cheney to urge Poland to stay in Iraq (IH Tribune) 01/27/2005
  • Iraqi Commander: Troops Ready in 6 Months (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • A Look at Iraq Casualties as of Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005: 1420 U.S. military dead, 10,371 wounded. Poland, 16; Ukraine, 17. Iraqi civilian deaths est. 15493-17721. (Iraq Coalition Casualties) 01/27/2005
  • Monitors too scared to visit Iraq polls (London Evening Standard) 01/27/2005
  • GUUAM [Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova] Officials Meet in Moldova (Civil Georgia) 01/27/2005
  • Russia-Ukraine: a new context (Kazinform) 01/27/2005
  • Екс-Генпрокурор нарiкає на «полiтичнi переслiдування» (VOA) 01/27/2005
  • Opportunity and menace: visa policies need to be reformed or people-trafficking will continue (Prague Post) 01/27/2005
  • Poverty, Climate on Davos Agenda (LA Times) 01/27/2005
  • Schmid opens WEF with appeal for solidarity (Neue Zuercher Zeitung) 01/27/2005
  • Putting the world to rights as global elite meet and greet (The Times) 01/27/2005
  • Ukraine Court Freezes Shares of Krivoryzhstal, the Country's Largest Steel Mill (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Only connect (Guardian) 01/27/2005
  • Berlin film festival names its international jury (AFP/Yahoo) 01/27/2005
  • Eurovision 'greats' to do battle (BBC News) 01/27/2005
  • 'Will not Interfere' in Church Matters, Yushchenko Tells Russian Patriarch (RISU) 01/27/2005
  • State to Restore Ukraine’s Old Wooden Churches (RISU) 01/27/2005
  • Out! You are now in Auschwitz-Birkenau (Daily Telegraph) 01/27/2005
  • Jews decry U.S. delegation pick (Chicago Tribune) 01/27/2005
  • Ukrainian woman will walk again. Frostbite victim fitted for new limbs. (Belfast Telegraph) 01/27/2005
  • Refugee numbers on the rise [Oksana Levytska and Pavlo Levytskyy, both 25 and chiropractors, fled their native Ukraine in fear they would be persecuted for their Christian beliefs.] (Seattle Times) 01/27/2005

  • Тимошенко радиться з новим-старим урядом (VOA) 01/26/2005
  • Партiя Медвичука переходить в опозицiю (VOA) 01/26/2005
  • Тимошенко впевнена, що стане прем`єром (VOA) 01/26/2005
  • Чейнi називає Ющенка союзником i обiцяє йому пiдтримку США (VOA) 01/26/2005
  • H. CON. RES. 16 Congratulating the people of Ukraine and Viktor Yushchenko (Congressional Record) 01/26/2005
  • Hon. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) - Congratulating the people of Ukraine on recent presidential elections (Congressional Record) 01/26/2005
  • Ukraine's leader takes sales pitch to EU capital (AFP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko speaks to the media during a news conference after his meeting with U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney in Krakow (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Photo: U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney listens to Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko during a news conference after their meeting in Krakow (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko holds a pack of old Ukrainian banknotes which where presented by Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski before their meeting at the Wawel castle in Krakow. Yushchenko arrived to attend the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi concentration camp by Soviet troops. Yushchenko's father, Andrei, was imprisoned at Auschwitz as a Soviet prisoner of war during World War II (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Cheney Meets With New Ukraine President (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko 'ally of the cause of freedom': Cheney (AFP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Cheney Calls New Ukraine President Ally (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • In Poland, Cheney Honors Holocaust Victims (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Exhibition Rekindles European Love of JFK [ There's a plush red sofa he once shared with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev.] (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • [Myron B. Kuropas] Activist on U.S. delegation surprised by White House disavowal [The White House said Tuesday that, had it been aware of his writings, it wouldn't have invited Kuropas to be part of the official U.S. delegation to last Sunday's inauguration of Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko.] (Knight Ridder) 01/26/2005
  • Daily Press Briefing: [Page down to] Reports of Anti-Semitic Member of U.S. Delegation to Inauguration (USDOS) 01/26/2005
  • EU Commissioner Criticizes Moscow's 'Assertive' Policy Toward Neighboring States (RFE/RL) 01/26/2005
  • Господи, порятуй Віктора Андрійовича від друзів... (Українська Правда) 01/26/2005
  • Чотири запитання до Ющенка. П'ять запитань до Тимошенко (Українська Правда) 01/26/2005
  • [VIDEO] Viktor Yushchenko - Council of Europe speech (In Ukrainian, Dated 1/25/05) (COE) 01/26/2005
  • Ukraine to 're-examine' common market accord with Russia - Yushchenko (AFX/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • [Photo/s] Viktor Yushchenko - Council of Europe (Dated 1/25/05) (COE) 01/26/2005
  • [TEXT] Address by Mr Viktor Yushchenko, President of Ukraine followed by Q&A (COE) 01/26/2005
  • [VIDEO] Viktor Yushchenko - Council of Europe press conference (Dated 1/25/05) (COE) 01/26/2005
  • [PDF format] Viktor Yushchenko speech in Council of Europe [English translation from Ukrainian] (Dated 1/25/05) (COE) 01/26/2005
  • Viktor Yushchenko says that, thanks to the will of the people, freedom has become the fundamental value in Ukraine (Dated 1/25/05) (COE) 01/26/2005
  • U.S. delegate on Ukraine trip has been critic of Jews (Chicago Tribune) 01/26/2005
  • Delegate's remarks embarrass White House [Myron B. Kuropas][Dated 1/25/05] (Knight Ridder) 01/26/2005
  • 'Summit of Separatists' Ongoing in Moscow [Viktor Yanukovich, Moscow's favorite in Ukraine's Presidential race is also visiting the Russian capital] (Civil Georgia) 01/26/2005
  • Ukrainian website critical of Yushchenko to close (www.temnik.com.ua) (Interfax-Russia) 01/26/2005
  • Christian Leaders Bless New President (RISU) 01/26/2005
  • Ukraine Knocks at EU's Door (CS Monitor) 01/26/2005
  • Ukraine leader sets EU target (Financial Times) 01/26/2005
  • Yushchenko Seeks EU Membership for Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Ukraine Asks EU Not to Be Left Out (Moscow Times) 01/26/2005
  • EU dashes Ukraine's dream of early entry (The Times) 01/26/2005
  • Беніта Ферреро-Вальднер: Є всі можливості для підвищення відносин із ЄС (День) 01/26/2005
  • Don't know much about geography (Financial Times) 01/26/2005
  • Russia to pursue bribery case against Ukraine PM designate [Tymoshenko] (AFP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Russia to pursue Tymoshenko case (BBC News) 01/26/2005
  • Russia to Pursue Bribery Case Against Ukraine Premier (Bloomberg) 01/26/2005
  • Criminal case against Tymoshenko won't be dropped - Ustinov (Interfax-Russia) 01/26/2005
  • Red Army liberators recall shock of Auschwitz (Reuters/AlertNet) 01/26/2005
  • Survivors and leaders travel to Auschwitz to mark anniversary of its liberation (Guardian) 01/26/2005
  • Yushchenko’s Face to Restore in Several Months – Professor Korpan (UNIAN) 01/26/2005
  • Микола Корпан: Віктор Ющенко є повністю здоровою людиною (Україна молода) 01/26/2005
  • Ex-Ukraine Official Vows Strong Opposition (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Yushchenko to negotiate withdrawal from Iraq with allies (Interfax-Russia) 01/26/2005
  • US Congress Welcomes Ukraine Transition (VOA News) 01/26/2005
  • Reality Check for the Neo-Wilsonians (Wash Post) 01/26/2005
  • The Illogic of U.S.-Russia Relations (Moscow Times) 01/26/2005
  • Cheering Iraq's first steps on a messy march to freedom (CS Monitor) 01/26/2005
  • Ready or not, democracy is coming (Daily Telegraph) 01/26/2005
  • Bush talks democracy, but doesn't act (New Kerala) 01/26/2005
  • Do elections always lead to legitimacy? (Yemen Times) 01/26/2005
  • Activist critical of Jews was part of U.S. delegation to Ukraine [Myron B. Kuropas] (Knight Ridder) 01/26/2005
  • Moldova: Transnistria Consultations in Odessa (SeeEurope) 01/26/2005
  • Police nab Israeli-Canadian on child porn charges (AFP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Man charged in child-porn probe (Toronto Star) 01/26/2005
  • At corporate fest, Chirac urges solidarity tax to fund AIDS fight (AFP/Yahoo) 01/26/2005
  • Once More, the Rich and Famous Gather at Davos (NY Times) 01/26/2005
  • Wheat May Rally, Bank Says (Bloomberg) 01/26/2005
  • Grain industry faces tougher times as EU yields head for a fall (Glasgow Herald) 01/26/2005
  • Boy brings encyclopaedia to book (BBC News) 01/26/2005
  • 12-year-old expert brings top encyclopaedia to book (The Times) 01/26/2005

  • Чим тепер займатимуться помаранчевi революцiонери? (VOA) 01/25/2005
  • Journalists’ Inquiry Calls on Yushchenko to End Saga of “Corruption and Injustice” over Gongadze (IFJ) 01/25/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's president Viktor Yushchenko gives a speech at the Parliamentary assembly of the European Council (AFP/Yahoo) 01/25/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's president Viktor Yushchenko receives an orange tulip from the President of the parliamentary assembly of the European council Rene Van Der Lindenas of the Netherlands, as he arrives at the European Council (AFP/Yahoo) 01/25/2005
  • Photo: New Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko waves as he his greeted by supporters upon his arrival at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg (AP/Yahoo) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine leader sets EU target of 2007 (Financial Times) 01/25/2005
  • As Her Program Is Unannounced, Analysts Say Tymoshenko Is Shoe-In As Next Ukrainian PM (RFE/RL) 01/25/2005
  • Ukrainian President To Address PACE (RFE/RL) 01/25/2005
  • Schroeder marks anniversary of Auschwitz liberation, shamed over Holocaust [Yushchenko: 'I am going there to honour the memory of prisoners, of whom my father was a liberator...'] (CNews) 01/25/2005
  • ЮЩЕНКО ПОВІДОМИВ, ЩО БУДУТЬ СУДИТИ НАЧАЛЬНИКА НАРУЖКИ, ЯКИЙ СТЕЖИВ ЗА ГОНГАДЗЕ (Українська правда) 01/25/2005
  • Ющенко дав два місяці на пошук убивць Гонгадзе (Українська правда) 01/25/2005
  • Звіт міжнародної комісії у справі Гонгадзе (Українська правда) 01/25/2005
  • Промова Ющенка на пленарному засіданні ПАРЄ (Українська правда) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine leader gives democracy pledge (Reuters) 01/25/2005
  • Too Early for Ukraine EU Entry -- Ferrero-Waldner (Reuters) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine's new leader heads west (Reuters) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine Believes that EU Must Give Clear and Unambiguous Political Signal of Its European Perspective – Ukrainian Foreign Ministry (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • EU insists Ukraine entry not on agenda 'for now' (AFX/Yahoo) 01/25/2005
  • [VIDEO] Yushchenko focuses on EU ties (BBC) 01/25/2005
  • 'I can't get used to my face': poisoned Ukrainian president [AFP] (Turkish Press) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Proposed Moroz and Kinakh Positions in Government and Other Power Agencies (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • Press weighs Russia-Ukraine rift (BBC) 01/25/2005
  • European press review [Russian papers' reaction to Ukrainian leader Viktor Yushchenko's visit] (BBC) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko pleased with Putin talks (UPI/Wash Times) 01/25/2005
  • On Day 1, Ukrainian Leader Meets Putin (LA Times) 01/25/2005
  • Візит Ющенка до Путіна. Погляд із Заходу (Українська правда) 01/25/2005
  • Перший візит Ющенка. Погляд з Москви (Українська правда) 01/25/2005
  • Coordination Committee for Foreign Investments to Be Set Up in Ukraine – Rybachuk (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • Goddess of the Orange Revolution (Transitions Online) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko: Ukraine's Democratic Changes Irreversible (RFE/RL) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Talks About Europe -- But Heads To Moscow (RFE/RL) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Not to Make Preferences for Any Orthodox Church (Christian Post) 01/25/2005
  • New Ukraine Leader Knocking on EU's Door (AP/Yahoo) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Seeks EU Breakthrough (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine, Together with Romania, to Properly Study Issue of Danube-Black Sea Channel (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Claims About Readiness of Ukraine to Turn Odessa-Brody Oil Pipeline to Europe (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Confirms His Intent to Review Privatization of “Kryvorizhstal” (UNIAN) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko Affirms EU Aspirations (Deutsche Welle) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko seeks EU breakthrough (BBC News) 01/25/2005
  • Diplomats of Europe eye new leader with caution (The Times) 01/25/2005
  • Revolving door (Financial Times) 01/25/2005
  • Russia Still Ally, Ukrainian Says: Appointment of Premier Signals Independent Stance (Wash Post) 01/25/2005
  • President risks rift with Moscow (The Times) 01/25/2005
  • Moscow trip aims to ease tensions (Wash Times) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko appoints 'anti-Russian' PM (Independent) 01/25/2005
  • Ukrainian leader appoints billionaire as his PM (Guardian) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine leader makes fiery ally his premier (Glasgow Herald) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine and Russia's chill deepens as 'wanted' woman made premier (The Scotsman) 01/25/2005
  • Ukraine's President Mends Ties With Putin (NY Times) 01/25/2005
  • Yushchenko and Putin Clear the Air (Moscow Times) 01/25/2005
  • Putin welcomes Yushchenko (Daily Telegraph) 01/25/2005
  • Grigory Yavlinsky: 'I would like Ukraine not to lose its chance' (День) 01/25/2005
  • Milestone for democracy. By Bob Schaffer (Denver Post) 01/25/2005
  • What they said about ... Yushchenko's inauguration (Guardian) 01/25/2005
  • Can Yushchenko rise to the challenge? (The Scotsman) 01/25/2005
  • The Post-Battle Landscape (День) 01/25/2005
  • Ben Chigara: Power ranger. John Crace meets the professor of international law who doubles as an independent observer of elections (Guardian) 01/25/2005
  • Lessons on what to avoid in Iraq (Financial Times) 01/25/2005
  • Shadows and ghosts (Guardian) 01/25/2005
  • 'A Straight Talk': Businessmen fear they will have to fulfill presidential candidates’ promises (День) 01/25/2005
  • Ex-rugby coach seeks conversion to Aim (Daily Telegraph) 01/25/2005
  • Mykhailo Slaboshpytsky: 'Today no one is stopping us from being Ukrainians in Ukraine' (День) 01/25/2005
  • Learning to Submit Bids: Why is UNESCO slow to add Ukrainian monuments to its World Heritage List? (День) 01/25/2005

  • Russia and Ukraine face reality (BBC News) 01/24/2005
  • Kremlin Wary of New Ukrainian President (RFE/RL) 01/24/2005
  • [VIDEO] Yushchenko woos sceptical Russia (BBC News) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko woos sceptical Russia (BBC News) 01/24/2005
  • [VIDEO] Yushchenko-Putin press conference -/- Прес-конференція Ющенка з Путіним у Москві (Website) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko talks to the press as Russian President Vladimir Putin listens during their joint press conference in the Kremlin in Moscow (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yushchenko enter for their joint press conference in the Kremlin in Moscow (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine leader reassures Russia, but evokes different bond (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine, Russian Leaders Paper Over Differences (Reuters) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko calls Russia 'eternal strategic partner' (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko Calls Russia 'Eternal Partner' (VOA News) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: President Vladimir Putin greets Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko in the Kremlin in Moscow (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko arrives at the Moscow's Vnukovo-2 airport (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine's New President Visits Russia (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine's new president heads to Moscow ahead of Europe trip (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Ukrainian Leader Heads for Tricky Talks with Putin (Reuters) 01/24/2005
  • Американський полiтолог про майбутнє українсько-росiйських вiдносин (VOA) 01/24/2005
  • [AUDIO] Yushchenko’s rush to Russia (Radio Nederland) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko’s rush to Russia (Radio Nederland) 01/24/2005
  • Now the priority is to restore Russian relationship. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Tymoshenko smiles in Kiev. Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko on Monday appointed Yulia Tymoshenko the nation's prime minister (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Tymoshenko is greeted by her supporters in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's top ally Julia Tymoshenko is greeted by her supporter in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • New Ukraine President Tabs Tymoshenko For Premier (RFE/RL) 01/24/2005
  • Profile: Yulia Tymoshenko (AP/CNN) 01/24/2005
  • Ukrainian Opposition PM Pledges Toughness (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Yulia Timoshenko: Ukraine's 'gas princess' turned prime minister (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko Selects Anti-Kremlin Ukraine PM (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Firebrand 'gas princess' named Ukraine premier (IOL) 01/24/2005
  • Poroshenko appointed Ukraine's National Security Council chief (Interfax-Russia) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko scraps presidential executive office Oleksandr. Zinchenko appointed state secretary of the president (Interfax-Russia) 01/24/2005
  • Ющенко зробив першi кадровi призначення (VOA) 01/24/2005
  • Нова влада Ющенка (Українська Правда) 01/24/2005
  • The 'gas princess' makes claims for power (Financial Times) 01/24/2005
  • EU: Updated 'Action Plan' For Ukraine Wards Off Talk Of Membership (RFE/RL) 01/24/2005
  • EU reaches out to Ukraine (Reuters) 01/24/2005
  • EU ponders closer ties with Ukraine, not yet membership (AFP/EU Business) 01/24/2005
  • EU mulls closer ties with Ukraine, not yet membership (AFX/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • A fresh start in Ukraine (The Times) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine comes in from the cold: Yushchenko uses inauguration to promise that his country's future lies in West (The Times) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko puts Ukraine at the heart of Europe as he takes presidential oath (Independent) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko takes over with eye on Europe (Financial Times) 01/24/2005
  • The Countdown (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/24/2005
  • A New Ukrainian Leader (PBS NewsHour) 01/24/2005
  • In a Final Triumph, Ukrainian Sworn In: Yushchenko Proclaims 'Victory for Freedom' (Wash Post) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko hails victory over tyranny (Guardian) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko inaugurated in Ukraine. Tens of thousands crowd epicenter of 'Orange Revolution' to celebrate (Chicago Tribune) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine President Sworn In Promising to Promote Unity (NY Times) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine hails the end of 'tyranny' (Daily Telegraph) 01/24/2005
  • Yushchenko accepts a new poison chalice (The Scotsman) 01/24/2005
  • Western-Leaning Ukrainian Takes the Presidential Oath (LA Times) 01/24/2005
  • Звернення Президента України Віктора Ющенка до українського народу (Львівська газета) 01/24/2005
  • Інавгурація Ющенка. Що не потрапило до кадру (Українська Правда) 01/24/2005
  • The County That Came Back From the Revolution (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine rights union wants investigation of ex-presidents (Interfax-Russia) 01/24/2005
  • The formula of the orange victory: notes by concerned observers (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/24/2005
  • France and Russia link future hopes to history (IH Tribune) 01/24/2005
  • David Brooks: Inaugural ideals and world reality (IH Tribune) 01/24/2005
  • Opportunity and opposition (Seattle Times) 01/24/2005
  • US shrugs off lack of foreign observers in Iraq election (AFP/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Letter to new president calls for urgent human rights reform (Amnesty International) 01/24/2005
  • Quo Vadis, Ukraine? (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/24/2005
  • Ukraine to review steel producer's privatisation (AFX/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • IMF Executive Board Concludes 2004 Article IV Consultation with Ukraine (IMF) 01/24/2005
  • Aim's attractions spread to Ukraine (Financial Times) 01/24/2005
  • Design, By Contract [Wages in (Ukraine) are about $1 an hour, half that of the wages in India.] (Forbes) 01/24/2005
  • Music review: Avant-Garde Innovation That Rose From Beneath the Soviet Boot (NY Times) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Newly inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, flanked by first lady Kateryna Chumachenko and their daughter Sofia, lights a candle after a service attended by heads of all Ukrainian Christian churches, at St. Sofia Cathedral in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Photo: Newly inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko with first lady Kateryna Chumachenko and their daughter Sofia kneel during a prayer for Ukraine, attended by heads of all Ukrainian Christian churches, at St. Sofia Cathedral in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/24/2005
  • Ющенка благословили лiдери усiх українських християнських церков (VOA) 01/24/2005
  • Russian Orthodox Patriarch Congratulates New President of Ukraine (RISU) 01/24/2005
  • Lev Leviev and Chief Rabbi of Ukraine Congratulate President Yuschenko (FJC) 01/24/2005
  • Church Hopes 'New Dignity' Awaits Ukraine (Zenit) 01/24/2005
  • Odesa Church Returned to UOC–Kyivan Patriarchate Orthodox (RISU) 01/24/2005
  • Op-ed: First Lady Follies [Safire: Bush consigned me to a deep freeze after he urged Ukraine to stick with Moscow and I labeled his gaffe 'Chicken Kiev'] (NY Times) 01/24/2005

  • Photo: Fireworks explode over the main square during a celebration rally in Kiev. Viktor Yushchenko became Ukraine's president on Sunday and vowed to overturn its post-Soviet legacy by seeking a place in Europe for the people he led in a peaceful revolt against a rigged election and pressure from Russia (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: A supporter of Viktor Yushchenko cheers during a rally to mark his inauguration at the Independence Square, Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of newly inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko enjoy fireworks during a celebration rally at the main square in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: A girl who sits on her friend's shoulders dances and waves ribbons of 'orange revolution' during a fireworks show and rock concert to mark Viktor Yushchenko's inauguration at Independence square in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Op-Ed: Viktor victorious - at last (BRAMA) 01/23/2005
  • [AUDIO] Yushchenko Installed in Ukraine's Top Office (NPR) 01/23/2005
  • VIDEO: Images of Viktor Yushchenko's inauguration ceremony (BBC) 01/23/2005
  • VIDEO: Yushchenko Signals New Direction for Ukraine (Deutsche Welle) 01/23/2005
  • Photos: Новообраний Глава Української держави Віктор Ющенко прийняв присягу Президента України (President.gov.ua) 01/23/2005
  • Orange army cheers Yushchenko victory (BBC News) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine holds 'orange' reunion as Yushchenko takes power (AFP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko Sworn in As Ukraine President (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Viktor Yushchenko: Ukraine's accidental revolutionary [AFP] (Turkish Press) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko Faces Opposition in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine's New President Takes Oath of Office (RFE/RL) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Newly-inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko frees a white dove decorated with an orange campaign ribbon after his speech in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Newly inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko stands with his family as he waves to supporters during a rally in central Kiev. From R to L: First lady Kateryna Chumachenko holding son Taras, son Andriy, daughter Vitalina holding grandson Viktor, granddaughter Yaryna, daughters Sofia and Khrystyna (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, the 50-year-old hero of the 'orange revolution' holds his daughters during after his inaugural ceremony at the Parliament in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's leading candidates for the post of prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko and Petro Poroshenko listen to the national anthem as they attend a meeting of newly inaugurated President Viktor Yushchenko with supporters in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a ceremony to mark his inauguration at the Independence square (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a ceremony to mark his inauguration at the Independence square (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell listen to Vaclav Havel, former Czech president and leader of the country's 1989 'Velvet Revolution', during a meeting of newly inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko with people in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's leading candidate for the post of prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, waves to supporters as she arrives for a meeting of newly inaugurated President Viktor Yushchenko with people in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: General view of Maidan Nezalezhnosti square (Independence square) as Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, the 50-year-old hero of the 'orange revolution' arrives there after an inaugural ceremony in the Parliament in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko Takes Oath, Pledges to Join Europe (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine Leader Vows to Oppose Corruption (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko: Ukraine Won't Stand for Evil (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Says He Wants to End Corruption, Join EU (Bloomberg) 01/23/2005
  • Промова президента України Віктора Ющенка на Майдані (Українська Правда) 01/23/2005
  • Інавгурація Ющенка (Українська Правда) 01/23/2005
  • Громадська інавгурація на Майдані (VOA) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko sings the national anthem during his inauguration ceremony at the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of newly inaugurated Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko watch a huge screen projecting his speech during a meeting in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko holds the presidential mace during his inauguration ceremony at the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Members of Ukraine's parliament and Viktor Yushchenko sing the national anthem during his inauguration ceremony in the Verkhovna Rada (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko kisses the Bible after taking the oath of office during his inauguration ceremony at the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko, holding his hand on the Bible and the constitution, takes the oath of office during his inauguration ceremony at the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko takes reins in Ukraine (BBC News) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine Inaugurates Pro-Western President Viktor Yushchenko (VOA News) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko Takes Oath, Crowning People's Revolt (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko Is Sworn in As Ukraine President (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko sworn in as president of Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Viktor Yushchenko Sworn in as Ukrainian President (Bloomberg) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko Signals New Direction for Ukraine (Deutsche Welle) 01/23/2005
  • Iнавгурацiя Вiктора Ющенка у Верховнiй Радi (VOA) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko speaks to U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell during their meeting in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko and U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell pose for a snapshot as they meet in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • II. Remarks With Ukrainian President-Elect Viktor Yushchenko (USDOS) 01/23/2005
  • I. Remarks With Ukrainian President-Elect Viktor Yushchenko At the Beginning of Their Meeting (USDOS) 01/23/2005
  • Powell Meets Yushchenko, Promises US Support for New Ukraine Government (VOA) 01/23/2005
  • Yushchenko, Powell Meet Before Triumphant Ceremony (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Federal Foreign Minister Fischer congratulates the new President of Ukraine on his inauguration (Website) 01/23/2005
  • A New Democracy (Wash Post) 01/23/2005
  • Вашингтон пост про новий шлях України (VOA) 01/23/2005
  • Lifeline to Kiev (Wash Times) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine's triumph is a miracle - and a model (Dallas Morning News) 01/23/2005
  • In Ukraine, a Survivor Ends on Top (Wash Post) 01/23/2005
  • The man who survived Russia's poison chalice (The Age) 01/23/2005
  • Powell in Ukraine for inauguration (CNN) 01/23/2005
  • Ukraine in first steps to join EU (Sunday Times) 01/23/2005
  • Putin on the Spot (Time) 01/23/2005
  • Keep wary eye on Moscow-Beijing cooperation (New Hampshire Union Leader) 01/23/2005
  • Bush Doctrine Is Expected to Get Chilly Reception. By Peter Baker (Wash Post) 01/23/2005
  • Oh, say can you see... The US President gets my vote when he talks about freedom... well, almost (The Observer) 01/23/2005
  • Horribilis (NY Times) 01/23/2005
  • Investors must stay cautious about Ukraine (Financial Times) 01/23/2005
  • Political and business elite to tackle poverty in plush Swiss resort (AFP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • FT briefing: Davos (Financial Times) 01/23/2005
  • Wish you were here? (The Observer) 01/23/2005
  • Curious Orange (The Observer) 01/23/2005
  • Funeral held for Ukrainian primate (Edmonton Sun) 01/23/2005
  • Soviet Infantryman Returns to Auschwitz (AP/Yahoo) 01/23/2005
  • Survivors of the Holocaust return to Auschwitz (Independent) 01/23/2005
  • City's Ukrainians ready to toast new leader of homeland (Chicago Tribune) 01/23/2005

  • Secretary Colin L. Powell - Remarks En Route to Kiev (USDOS) 01/22/2005
  • Януковичці поставили намети у Києві (Українська правда) 01/22/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko holds up a golden mace in Kiev, Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005. In a colorful ceremony in downtown Kiev several hundreds of Cossacks from Ukraine's south presented Yushchenko with a golden mace, a symbol of Hetman's dignity. Yushchenko swore an oath af allegiance to Cossack brotherhood and Ukraine. (AP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Yushchenko to be sworn in as Ukraine president (AFP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Yushchenko Pledges to Fight Corruption (AP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Ukraine Leader Calls for Unity Before Inauguration (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Yushchenko Attends Cossack Ceremony (AP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Powell Offers U.S. Help to New Ukrainian Leader (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Powell in Ukraine for presidential investiture (AFP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Powell in Ukraine for Inauguration (VOA News) 01/22/2005
  • Bush congratulates Ukraine's Yushchenko on eve of inauguration (AFP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Bush Praises Yushchenko on Election Win (AP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Yushchenko Faces Many Tasks As President (AP/Yahoo) 01/22/2005
  • Media say they played role in Yushchenko's win (CBC News) 01/22/2005
  • Much still to be resolved in Ukraine (Financial Times) 01/22/2005
  • Solana visits Kiev to wave EU flag for Yushchenko (Financial Times) 01/22/2005
  • Yushchenko offers a new opportunity for the EU. By Javier Solana (IH Tribune) 01/22/2005
  • Україна та ЄС: хлях, сповнений надії (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/22/2005
  • Saakashvili Calls Ukraine's Protests Sign of Change (RFE/RL) 01/22/2005
  • Bush rings the liberty bell (Financial Times) 01/22/2005
  • Will Bush still do business with these 'oppressive' allies? (The Times) 01/22/2005
  • Bush's Smiles Meet Some Frowns in Europe (NY Times) 01/22/2005
  • Stakes are high in mission to bring democracy to Iran (Daily Telegraph) 01/22/2005

  • 78 former U.S. Peace Corps volunteers urge President Bush and Congress to aid democracy in Ukraine through increased federal support (BRAMA) 01/21/2005
  • Traditional Ukrainian Christmas play dedicated to President-elect Viktor Yushchenko tours U.S. (BRAMA) 01/21/2005
  • Op-Ed: Ukraine, Orthodoxy, and the Greek Prelate. By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep (BRAMA) 01/21/2005
  • Democracy is on the march, but backward. By Dan Munz (Yale Herald) 01/21/2005
  • Powell Attending Ukraine Inauguration on Final Overseas Mission (VOA) 01/21/2005
  • Georgetown Honors U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur and U.S. Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs Paula Dobriansky (Website) 01/21/2005
  • Presidential Delegation to attend the Inauguration of his Excellency Viktor Yushchenko, President of Ukraine [Powell, Herbst, Dobriansky, Andryczyk, McConnell, Kuropas] (White House) 01/21/2005
  • Secretary Powell’s Travel to Ukraine for the Presidential Inauguration [Daily Press Briefing] (USDOS) 01/21/2005
  • Obit: Eugenia Charczenko (neé Jarosewicz) -/- Відійшла у Вічність † Евгенія ХАРЧЕНКО (BRAMA) 01/21/2005
  • Photo: A crow flies in front of collumns of the Conservatory in Independence square in Kiev decorated in orange to symbolize the 'orange revolution' before the inauguration ceremony of Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko (AFP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Photo: Workers install a stage for the January 23 inauguration ceremony of Viktor Yushchenko as president in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko talks to European Union Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana, during lunch in Yushchenko's apartment in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko speaks with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • EU Foreign Policy Boss Opens Door to Ukraine (Reuters) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Pushing Hard Towards Europe (Reuters) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko prepares to take power, Western course (AFP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • New Ukraine leader to address EU parliament (AFP/EU Business) 01/21/2005
  • Brussels urges step-by-step approach to Ukraine's goal of joining European Union (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/21/2005
  • Yushchenko faces many challenges (BBC News) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine loser bows out grudgingly (BBC News) 01/21/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko carry belongings as the tent camp is dismantled in Kiev's main avenue (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Yushchenko Supporters Break Down Camp (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Ukrainian Security Agency Faces Overhaul (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Головне дійство інавгурації - на Майдані (Громадське радіо) 01/21/2005
  • UN to Be Represented at Yushchenko’s Inauguration by Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs Danilo Turk (UNIAN) 01/21/2005
  • OSCE Chairman to attend Ukraine's Presidential inauguration (OSCE) 01/21/2005
  • Slovakia's President Ivan Gasparovic to attend Viktor Yushchenko's inauguration (Slovensko) 01/21/2005
  • Mironov to represent Russia at Yushchenko inauguration (Interfax-Russia) 01/21/2005
  • AUDIO: Ukraine's President-Elect Yushchenko to be Sworn in Sunday (VOA News) 01/21/2005
  • Senate Postpones Confirmation of Secretary of State-Designate Rice [Outgoing Secretary of State Colin Powell will...travel to Ukraine to attend the inauguration of President-elect Viktor Yushchenko Sunday in a show of U.S. support for the West-leaning leader.] (VOA News) 01/21/2005
  • Yushchenko clears final legal hurdle to power (Financial Times) 01/21/2005
  • Orange Revolution victor takes first turn to the West (The Times) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine Election Winner Seeks to Mend Ties With Russia (Wash Post) 01/21/2005
  • Yushchenko Making First Foreign Trip as President to Moscow (RFE/RL) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine leader to visit Putin (Guardian) 01/21/2005
  • Yushchenko Set for Oath This Sunday (NY Times) 01/21/2005
  • Yushchenko, Presidency at Last (Zaman) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine's Leader Looks Back in Melancholy (NY Times) 01/21/2005
  • Постанова Верховної Ради України Про дострокове припинення повноважень народного депутата України Ющенка В. А. (Голос України) 01/21/2005
  • Kuchma dismisses administration chief, senior officials [Medvedchuk, Zahorodny, Ishchenko] (Interfax-Russia) 01/21/2005
  • A House Divided: The Orange Revolution is carving new fault lines between Old and New Europe that have nothing to do with war in Iraq (Newsweek) 01/21/2005
  • The Other Inauguration. By Ariel Cohen (TCS) 01/21/2005
  • Symposium: Ukraine and World War IV (Frontpage) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine completes its Georgian revolution (OneWorld) 01/21/2005
  • Ющенку нагадали про причетність Кучми до справи Гонгадзе (Українська Правда) 01/21/2005
  • Opportunity for Reform: Human Rights Agenda for Ukraine. Letter to President Yushchenko (Human Rights Watch) 01/21/2005
  • Bush’s missionary zeal (Glasgow Herald) 01/21/2005
  • Bush Espouses Global Push for Democracy (LA Times) 01/21/2005
  • Powell may discuss Ukrainian troop withdrawal from Iraq: officials (AFP/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Military says explosion that killed eight soldiers in Iraq was a terrorist act (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/21/2005
  • Tomorrow's Threat (Wash Post) 01/21/2005
  • Belarus defies West (BBC News) 01/21/2005
  • Rehearsal for Revolution? (Transitions Online) 01/21/2005
  • Riveted by Elections in Georgia, Ukraine, West Largely Overlooks Regional Elections (RFE/RL) 01/21/2005
  • Nipping orange roses in the bud - Post-soviet elites against revolution (EurasiaNet) 01/21/2005
  • Кримська влада відхрещується від встановлення пам’ятника Сталіну в Криму (Громадське радіо) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine Credit Rating Boosted on Yushchenko Victory (Reuters) 01/21/2005
  • Ukraine long-term rating raised on Yushchenko poll win - Fitch (AFX/Yahoo) 01/21/2005
  • Investors Discover That Terra Incognita Ukraina Is a Can-Be Eldorado (PRWeb) 01/21/2005
  • Court opens proceedings on privatization of country's largest steel mill (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/21/2005
  • Ukrainian Orthodox leader raps Russian influence (Catholic World News) 01/21/2005
  • Ukrainian Muslims celebrate Kurban-Bairam (Kazinform) 01/21/2005
  • Inauguration Dress of First Lady of Ukraine Made by Ukrainian Fashion Designer (UNIAN) 01/21/2005

  • В Українi йде пiдготовка до iнавгурацiї Ющенка (VOA) 01/20/2005
  • Koliada: Winter Ritual in Carpathian Village (Yara Arts) 01/20/2005
  • Верховний Суд вiдхиляє скаргу Януковича; президентом обраний Ющенко (VOA) 01/20/2005
  • Bush faithful do their best to drown out dissent (Houston Chronicle) 01/20/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian municipal workers decorate a building with orange color on the city main square as they prepare for coming inauguration of President-elect Viktor Yushchenko (AP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko to take power after months of turmoil (AFP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Inauguration Day Set for Sun. in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine's Liberal Yushchenko to Take Power on Sunday (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Yushchenko Seeks to Mend Ties With Russia (Wash Post) 01/20/2005
  • President at Last - Yushchenko Plans Kremlin Trip (The Scotsman) 01/20/2005
  • Yushchenko to visit Russia on Jan 24 (Interfax-Russia) 01/20/2005
  • Після інавгурації Віктор Ющенко здійснить ряд закордонних поїздок [Yushchenko's post-inaugural travel plans] (Наша Україна) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine's Parliament Sets Inauguration of Yushchenko (NY Times) 01/20/2005
  • Yushchenko Clears Final Hurdle, Inauguration Set (RFE/RL) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine president to be sworn in (BBC News) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine sets Yushchenko's inauguration after court ruling (AFP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine Parliament to Swear in Yushchenko on Jan. 23 (Bloomberg) 01/20/2005
  • Інавгурація Ющенка пройде без фуршету (Українська Правда) 01/20/2005
  • Powell to represent US at Yushchenko inauguration (AFP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Powell to Attend Ukraine Inauguration - US Official (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Poland to Be Represented by President Kwasniewski at Yushchenko’s Inauguration [Colin Powell is expected from U.S.] (UNIAN) 01/20/2005
  • Yushchenko’s Inauguration to Take Place Jan 23, at Noon (UNIAN) 01/20/2005
  • Yanukovych Concedes Defeat in Ukraine (VOA News) 01/20/2005
  • Jan 23 Cabinet of Ministers Resigns to New President of Ukraine Yushchenko (UNIAN) 01/20/2005
  • Putin Finally Congratulates Ukraine's Yushchenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Putin Has Congratulated Victor Yushchenko on His Victory at Ukrainian Presidential Election (UNIAN) 01/20/2005
  • Президент України Леонід Кучма привітав Віктора Ющенка з перемогою на президентських виборах (President.gov.ua) 01/20/2005
  • NATO Secretary General congratulates Ukrainian president-elect (NATO) 01/20/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian parliament deputy Petro Poroshenko, a leading candidate for the post of prime minister, and lawyers representing president-elect Viktor Yushchenko celebrate after the announcement of Ukraine's Supreme Court ruling in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Photo: Court Chairman Anatoly Yarema, flanked by judges, reads the court's ruling as lawyers and representatives stand after a hearing at Ukraine's top court in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman reads a newspaper with presidential election results proclaiming liberal Viktor Yushchenko the winner, during a break between hearings at Ukraine's top court in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Постанова Центральної виборчої комісії Про оприлюднення результатів повторного голосування 26 грудня 2004 року з виборів Президента України (Голос України) 01/20/2005
  • Постанова Центральної виборчої комісії Про підсумки повторного голосування 26 грудня 2004 року та результати виборів Президента України (Голос України) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine Newspapers Published Vote Results (UNIAN) 01/20/2005
  • Yushchenko named Ukraine president (BBC News) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine high court confirms Yushchenko's presidential victory (AFP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Clears Last Hurdles (AP/Yahoo) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine court ruling propels Yushchenko to power (Reuters) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Confirms Yushchenko's Election Win (VOA News) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine court confirms Yushchenko victory (Guardian) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine confirms Yushchenko vote (The Scotsman) 01/20/2005
  • Янукович програв. Так вирішив Суд (Українська Правда) 01/20/2005
  • В Україні завершилися вибори (Українська Правда) 01/20/2005
  • Our Ukraine, Tymoshenko want Kuchma, Azarov out of parliament (Interfax-Russia) 01/20/2005
  • Agreement Between Yushchenko and Tymoshenko, Signed Before Election, Stipulates Proposing Tymoshenko’s Candidacy for Post of Prime Minister (UNIAN) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine's old guard ‘stealing' state assets. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 01/20/2005
  • 'Why Turkey When There is Christian Ukraine?' (Zaman) 01/20/2005
  • Ukraine crisis didn't harm relations with EU, NATO - Ivanov (Interfax-Russia) 01/20/2005
  • The Next Colored Revolution? [Central Asia is confronting the first succession crisis of the post-communist era.] (Moscow Times) 01/20/2005
  • Bush's Democracy Project (CS Monitor) 01/20/2005
  • Second time around (Guardian) 01/20/2005
  • Bush critics mark inauguration with disdain [anti-Bush activists planned to watch the inauguration on TV while hearing from Ukrainian youths who worked to elect opposition reformist Viktor Yushchenko] (CP/Canada.com) 01/20/2005
  • Witness to a revolution [Roxy Toporowych] (Cleveland Sun) 01/20/2005
  • German embassies accused of aiding gangs (Financial Times) 01/20/2005
  • Hard job of blowing the whistle gets harder (CS Monitor) 01/20/2005
  • WEF urges leaders to take responsibility (Neue Zuercher Zeitung) 01/20/2005
  • Guess Who's Coming to Davos (NY Times) 01/20/2005
  • Dialogue Seen as Catholic-Orthodox Priority (Zenit) 01/20/2005
  • A solid foundation in Jesus: Local Christians gather to launch annual unity week (Western Catholic Reporter) 01/20/2005

  • Photo: A Ukrainian man swims in the icy-cold water of the river Dnieper, in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006, The cold snap coincided with Thursday's Ukrainian Orthodox holiday of the Epiphany, and many kept up an annual ritual by jumping into holes cut into thick ice on rivers and ponds to cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. The tradition imitates the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan. (AP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: An Orthodox priest sprays holy water at a boy in the town of Vyshgorod, some 40 km (25miles) from the capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko greets Orthodox believers before the religious service (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine boxing hero to run for Kiev mayor post (AFP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Boxing-Ukraine's ex-champion Klitschko to run for Kiev mayor (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukrainian parliament dismisses two ministers (Part 2) [Fuel and Energy Minister Ivan Plachkov and Justice Minister Serhiy Holovaty; no confidence vote in Oleksiy Ivchenko, head of Naftogaz Ukrainy] (Interfax-Russia) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine urges Russia to stick to Black Sea Fleet accords (Interfax-Russia) 01/19/2005
  • Kyiv to inventory Black Sea Fleet facilities - Kinakh (Interfax-Russia) 01/19/2005
  • Russia, hit by freezing temperatures, cuts gas supplies to Europe (Ukrainian Journal) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine's retail sales rise 23% on year in 2005, committee says (Ukrainian Journal) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine's economy slows down 2005 growth to 2.4% on yr, govt says (Ukrainian Journal) 01/19/2005
  • Yushchenko, Lytvyn in talks to end crisis (Ukrainian Journal) 01/19/2005
  • TVK sets up subsidiary in Ukraine (Budapest Business Journal) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: Filaret, leader of one of Ukraine's Orthodox churches (C) [Brama note: Filaret is Patriarch of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church], sprays holy water at Orthodox believers on the bank of the Dnepr River, as President Viktor Yushchenko (L) watches during Orthodox Epiphany ceremonies in Kiev, January 19, 2006. Orthodox Ukrainians celebrated Epiphany on Thursday by immersing themselves in icy water despite subzero temperatures. (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine sets scrap ferrous metal price at $168/tonne for Feb (Interfax-Russia) 01/19/2005
  • Екс-губернатор Кишнарьов пише вiдкритого листа Ющенку (VOA) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's top Court Chairman Anatoly Yarema speaks during a hearing at the supreme court in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's Supreme Court Chairman Anatoly Yarema listens to a judge during a hearing at the court in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Upholds Yushchenko Poll Win (Reuters) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Clears Last Hurdles (AP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine high court confirms Yushchenko's presidential victory (AFP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Eye on Eurasia: Amber revolution (UPI/Wash Times) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine Newspapers to Publish Vote Results (AP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Commentary: Why Russia won't follow Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 01/19/2005
  • Global Tsunami Death Toll Tops 226,000 (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Looks West on First Trip (Reuters) 01/19/2005
  • Yushchenko to Initiate Bid to Join EU (AP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • A cold-war plane lifts Ukrainians in cargo market (AP/SF Chronicle) 01/19/2005
  • Cooper plan transparency loss has some seeing red [Manhattan's East Village St. Goerge Church] (Villager) 01/19/2005
  • Inside the Nazi murder factory [...rare footage of Ukrainian civilians beating a terrified Jew] (Miami Herald) 01/19/2005
  • Kuchma dismisses governors in three regions (Interfax-Russia) 01/19/2005
  • Russian FM dismisses US criticism (BBC) 01/19/2005
  • Aslund: 'Control Freak' Putin's Political Career Probably Short-Lived (CFR) 01/19/2005
  • Moscow Plans First Stalin Monument Since 1960s (Reuters) 01/19/2005
  • Yushchenko inauguration gets green light (Irish Examiner) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine supreme court deliberates on final election appeal (AFP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: A Ukrainian Orthodox priest holds a candle over a cross-shaped ice hole during the ceremony marking Epiphany in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine supreme court starts deliberations in election appeal (AFP/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • You say you want a revolution? (EurasiaNet) 01/19/2005
  • Yushchenko faces early test over choice of premier. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 01/19/2005
  • Official Ukraine vote report due Thursday (UPI/Wash Times) 01/19/2005
  • Ukraine's lesson for Iraq (UPI/Wash Times) 01/19/2005
  • The World in the 21st Century: Addressing New Threats and Challenges [dated 1/13/05] (CFR) 01/19/2005
  • Band Fata Morgana was in Ukraine to support Orange Revolution (Website) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko washes his hands and face in a cross-shaped ice hole on a pond during the ceremony marking the Epiphany (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian parliament deputies bathe in icy water in a pond in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2005

  • Photo: Judges of Ukraine's Supreme Court listen to an appeal by losing candidate former Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych during the hearing in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/18/2005
  • Photo: Judges enter the courtroom as lawyers and representatives stand before a hearing at Ukraine's top Court in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/18/2005
  • Верховний Суд oбмежив строк заборони на публікацію результатів виборів (VOA) 01/18/2005
  • Україна згадувалася на слуханнi в справi затвердження Кондолiзи Райс (VOA) 01/18/2005
  • В МЗС говорять про 22 сiчня як про можливу дату iнавгурацiї (VOA) 01/18/2005
  • Коментарі щодо ходу судового засідання (VOA) 01/18/2005
  • Yushchenko faces early test of leadership. By Tom Warner [Choosing a prime minister: Tymoshenko, Poroshenko, or Zinchenko] (Financial Times) 01/18/2005
  • Ukraine Withdraws Troops From Sierra Leone (Concord Times (Freetown)) 01/18/2005
  • Three challenges for the Crimean Tatars (RFE/RL) 01/18/2005
  • Confirmation Hearing of Condoleeza Rice [Transcript] (NY Times) 01/18/2005
  • Fund for tragic Ukrainian worker (Belfast Telegraph) 01/18/2005
  • Deadline set in Ukraine poll saga (BBC) 01/18/2005
  • Yushchenko's Inauguration Clears Hurdle (AP/Yahoo) 01/18/2005
  • Ukraine Court Clears Way for Yushchenko Inauguration (Update1) (Bloomberg) 01/18/2005
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Validates Election (AP/Yahoo) 01/18/2005
  • Рибачук: Я реалізую мрію життя Ющенка. І не сперечайтесь зі мною – бо Пінчук уже тричі програв (Українська правда) 01/18/2005
  • Олег Рибачук. Віце-прем’єр, який познайомив Ющенка з його дружиною (Українська правда) 01/18/2005
  • Ukrainian social-democrats to relinquish committee leadership (Interfax-Russia) 01/18/2005
  • The bluffer’s guide to humanitarian disasters (Reuters/AlertNet) 01/18/2005
  • EU to grant Ukraine market economy status, says ft (Interfax-Moscow) 01/18/2005
  • Ukrainian industry lags in world race to globalization and competition - Neustroyev (Interfax-Moscow) 01/18/2005
  • 'The time for diplomacy is now': Rice (AFP/Yahoo) 01/18/2005
  • A Diplomatic Revolution (День) 01/18/2005
  • Archbishop is kidnapped by Iraq insurgents (Daily Telegraph) 01/18/2005
  • Foreigners Bullish on Yushchenko's Ukraine (Moscow Times) 01/18/2005
  • A Place in the Hierarchy — Or why the Moscow Patriarchate is holding on to Ukrainian Orthodoxy (День) 01/18/2005

  • Analysis: Ukraine acts on U.N.-funded reform plan (World Peace Herald) 01/17/2005
  • Cheney to represent US at Auschwitz liberation anniversary [Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko among the 19 presidents and eight prime ministers due to attend a ceremony at the international memorial at Birkenau on January 27] (AP/Yahoo) 01/17/2005
  • Нью-Йорк таймс про те, що пiд час «помаранчевої революцiї» дiялося за кулiсами (VOA) 01/17/2005
  • Новi заяви щодо європейських перспектив України (VOA) 01/17/2005
  • Верховний Суд розпочав розгляд скарги Януковича на рішення ЦВК (VOA) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine & the EU: Coming Together (Transitions Online) 01/17/2005
  • Hell no, we won't go: Ukraine's tent city stays despite Yushchenko order (AFP/Yahoo) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine Court Denies Defeated PM's Motions (AP/Yahoo) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine's Inner Battle: C.J. Chivers reports on a hidden factor within the Orange Revolution. [Report and slideshow] (NY Times) 01/17/2005
  • How Top Spies in Ukraine Changed the Nation's Path (NY Times) 01/17/2005
  • The President’s Choice (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/17/2005
  • Bandits to Prisons! (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/17/2005
  • Leonid Kuchma’s Iraq Legacy (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/17/2005
  • Cardinal Husar Addresses Clergy, Laity at End of Elections (RISU) 01/17/2005
  • Шуфрич хоче 'абхазький' варіант та залякує акціями протесту (Українська правда) 01/17/2005
  • Донецьк: у наметовому містечку прапори Росії є, прапорів України - немає (Гаряча Лінія) 01/17/2005
  • ВРУ загрожує розпуск (Гаряча Лінія) 01/17/2005
  • The inauguration might take place on the Unification Day [January 22] (Our Ukraine) 01/17/2005
  • Інауґурація може відбутися у День Злуки (Наша Україна) 01/17/2005
  • Yanukovych’s appeal does not include documents that show mass violations of the election legislation (Our Ukraine) 01/17/2005
  • Volodymyr Lytvyn: “Those who grossly violated laws, abusing their authority, must answer for everything…” (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/17/2005
  • Tymoshenko calls for exporting 'orange revolution' (Interfax-Russia) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine's Yanukovych Assails Judge as Court Hears Vote Plea (Bloomberg) 01/17/2005
  • Final appeal on Yushchenko win (Reuters) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine supreme court begins hearing final appeal over rerun presidential vote (AFX/Yahoo) 01/17/2005
  • Ukrainian Supreme Court Considers Appeal (AP/Yahoo) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine court hears poll appeal (BBC) 01/17/2005
  • Yanukovych allowed final appeal (BBC) 01/17/2005
  • Ukraine high court to hear final appeal over presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/17/2005
  • Ukrainian call (Warsaw Business Journal) 01/17/2005
  • Tymoshenko's call aimed at destabilizing Russia - Zatulin (Interfax-Russia) 01/17/2005
  • Regime in Crisis [Russia] (Mosnews) 01/17/2005

  • Strong Support from European Parliament for Kiev (Zaman) 01/16/2005
  • Верховний Суд вiдкинув частину вимог Януковича (VOA) 01/16/2005
  • Віктору Януковичу пропонують очолити «православне повстання» (VOA) 01/16/2005
  • Наметове мiстечко на Хрещатику чекає iнавгурацiї (VOA) 01/16/2005
  • Ukrainian Supreme Court Has Limited the List of Demands in Yanukovych’s Complaint (Maidan) 01/16/2005
  • Ukraine Court to Hear Last Election Appeal (VOA) 01/16/2005
  • Ukraine Court to Rule on Yushchenko Taking Power (Reuters) 01/16/2005
  • Ukraine election saga to end amid deja vu, opposition tensions (AFP/Yahoo) 01/16/2005
  • Ukraine Might Join EU before Turkey (Zaman) 01/16/2005
  • Ukraine Court to Rule on Yushchenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/16/2005
  • Ukraine Court to Hear Last Election Appeal (VOA News) 01/16/2005
  • Скарги Януковича частково відкинуто (BBC Ukrainian) 01/16/2005

  • Photo: Leading Ukrainian opposition politician Yulia Tymoshenko listens to traditional carols performed by an ensemble dressed in folk costumes, during a celebration of the Orthodox New Year at her headquarters in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/15/2005
  • Photo: Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukrainian opposition leader and top ally of presidential election winner Viktor Yushchenko, listens to media questions at a news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/15/2005
  • Ukraine election saga to end amid deja vu, opposition tensions (AFP/Yahoo) 01/15/2005
  • Charismatic Tymoshenko Says She Will Be Ukraine PM (Reuters) 01/15/2005
  • Yushchenko Supporters Won't Disband Camp (AP/Yahoo) 01/15/2005
  • Between Regimes: The Relationship Between Internal & External Factors (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/15/2005
  • Letter: Can Ukraine build on its presidential election to become beacon of hope for the CIS states? (Financial Times) 01/15/2005
  • Can elections alone guarantee legitimacy? (Financial Express) 01/15/2005
  • EU cool to early entry by Ukraine (IH Tribune) 01/15/2005
  • Capital on the cusp [In Kiev, city of constant change, Soviet grey has been eclipsed by revolutionary orange.] (Daily Telegraph) 01/15/2005

  • Our ambassador for peace: Viktor Yushchenko [Letter to Nobel Committee]Action Item (BRAMA) 01/14/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko gives change to a member of an ensemble after a performance to mark the New Year (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/14/2005
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, the winner of the Dec 26 rerun for presidency, and Filaret, Patriarch of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Kiev's Patriarchate participate in the ceremony of the opening of a new church in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/14/2005
  • Kateryna Yushchenko -- A Bridge To The West (RFE/RL) 01/14/2005
  • [Page down to] Orange Revolution Prompts Democracy Promotion Debate (Democracy Digest) 01/14/2005
  • Europe urged to open door to Ukraine (DeHavilland) 01/14/2005
  • The Media's New Cold War. By Stephen F. Cohen [Cohen defended the USSR as it was breaking up] (Nation) 01/14/2005
  • Imperialism isn't reviving in Russia - Ivanov (Interfax-Russia) 01/14/2005
  • Bush Has a Packed Agenda for Putin (Moscow Times) 01/14/2005
  • Can State Department rise again? (CS Monitor) 01/14/2005
  • Trans-Atlantic Watch: Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 01/14/2005
  • Privatbank, WellCom launch first Ukrainian MVNO (DMeurope) 01/14/2005
  • Kazakhstan and Russia increased grain transit via Ukraine (Kazinform) 01/14/2005
  • Corvallis treats Uzhgorod like family [Sister Cities Association] (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 01/14/2005
  • Meanwhile, back in Chernobyl (St. Petersburg Times) 01/14/2005
  • [AUDIO] Orthodox carolers sing 'Divnaya Novina' ('Wondrous Tidings') in Old Church Slavonic - requires Real Player (Anchorage Daily News) 01/14/2005
  • Shining bright. State is one of the few places where starring tradition continues (Anchorage Daily News) 01/14/2005
  • Yushchenko orders removal of tent camp (Guardian) 01/14/2005
  • Yushchenko orders end to rally in Kyiv (Interfax-Russia) 01/14/2005
  • Yushchenko to press for privatization probe (Interfax-Russia) 01/14/2005
  • Ukraine Court Agrees to Hear Vote Loser's Appeal [The court can spend up to five days considering his appeal, beginning on Monday.] (Reuters) 01/14/2005
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich files last appeal over vote, winner looks ahead (AFP/Yahoo) 01/14/2005
  • Yanukovych Appeals Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 01/14/2005
  • Yanukovych in last-ditch appeal (BBC) 01/14/2005
  • Ukraine election loser delivers court appeal (Reuters) 01/14/2005
  • Investors see new opportunity in Ukraine (Reuters) 01/14/2005
  • EU, U.S. Seek Closer Ties Ahead of Bush Visit (Reuters) 01/14/2005
  • Polish prime minister says he wants to bring Ukraine closer to Europe (AP/Yahoo) 01/14/2005
  • EU Commission says talk of Ukraine's EU entry premature (AFX/Yahoo) 01/14/2005
  • EU vote boosts Ukraine membership hopes (Financial Times) 01/14/2005
  • Lawmakers raise prospect of EU membership for Ukraine (IH Tribune) 01/14/2005
  • Out of Iraq - NYT Editorial (NY Times) 01/14/2005
  • Hold the elections, then get out (Guardian) 01/14/2005
  • Victory relayed by tears of joy [Deaf-lympics: Ukraine won its third gold medal] (Australia Courier) 01/14/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian President elect Viktor Yushchenko toasts as his wife looks on at the New Year celebration in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/13/2005
  • Photo: The winner of the Ukrainian presidential elections Viktor Yushchenko with his wife and children arrive to take part in the New Year celebration in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/13/2005
  • Кiнах i Тарасюк подають своє бачення розвитку України (VOA) 01/13/2005
  • Верховна Рада працюватиме до інавгурації нового президента (VOA) 01/13/2005
  • Янукович готує скаргу, його прихильники мiтингують (VOA) 01/13/2005
  • Transcript of a Press Briefing by Thomas C. Dawson, International Monetary Fund (IMF) 01/13/2005
  • The “Viva la Revolucion“ Forum (PRNetwork) 01/13/2005
  • Lazarenko says new president of Ukraine could clear him [AP report] (San Jose Mercury News) 01/13/2005
  • Yanukovych Supporters in Ukraine Start Street Protests (VOA) 01/13/2005
  • „Тексти і маски”: презентації нової книжки Г.Грабовича (Потяг 76) 01/13/2005
  • Українська літературна весна в Польщі (Потяг 76) 01/13/2005
  • У Сумах покарали мера за молживi порушення пiд час виборiв (VOA) 01/13/2005
  • Ukraine Election Loser Again Delays Inauguration (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/13/2005
  • Yanukovych Delays Ukraine Vote Challenge (AP/Yahoo) 01/13/2005
  • Has the Age of Revolutions Ended? (Transitions Online) 01/13/2005
  • Yanukovich delays handover of power. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 01/13/2005
  • Frostbite victim asks for privacy [still trying to track down Oksana Sukhanova's mother in Ukraine] (Belfast Telegraph) 01/13/2005
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers to leave Iraq by June 30, 2005 (Interfax-Moscow) 01/13/2005
  • Anti-Yushchenko rally underway in Kyiv [About 70 activists...] (Interfax-Moscow) 01/13/2005
  • Poroshenko seeks Ukraine's next postelection prize (RFE/RL) 01/13/2005
  • President Ilham Aliyev congratulates Yushenko on his presidency [Azerbaijan] (AzerNews) 01/13/2005
  • New Abkhazia president pledges close Moscow ties [refused any deal that would return sovereignty to Tbilisi] (Reuters/AlertNet) 01/13/2005
  • Economic freedom slippage [U.S. no longer ranks among the 10 freest economies in the world...Ukraine improved by cutting taxes, easing price controls and accelerating privatization.] (Wash Times) 01/13/2005
  • Tatars of Crimea: history, religion, language, repatriation... (UNPO) 01/13/2005
  • Knappster: Election reform shouldn't be a partisan concern (Las Vegas Mercury) 01/13/2005
  • Food Trends to Watch for In 2005 [We know tapas from Spain and Portugal, but now it's `food from the Ukraine'][Chicago Tribune] (Florida Ledger) 01/13/2005
  • Ukraine must reform fast, UN team says (Guardian) 01/13/2005
  • Immigrant regards citizenship as privilege (Indianapolis Star) 01/13/2005

  • Roundtable with 3rd tour Ukrainian election observers (Sunday, Jan 16) (BRAMA) 01/12/2005
  • Crimean Tatars: Three Challenges [Crimean Tatars overwhelmingly backed the Orange Revolution in Ukraine...] (UNPO) 01/12/2005
  • Former U.S. Congressman Richard Mallary Reports on Ukraine Election (Vermont Herald) 01/12/2005
  • Fear for future of Ukrainian program (Canstar) 01/12/2005
  • Sustaining the Momentum (Transitions Online) 01/12/2005
  • Американський конгресмен про проблеми розвитку демократiї в країнах СНД (VOA) 01/12/2005
  • Команда Януковича вiдкладає оскарження результатiв виборiв (VOA) 01/12/2005
  • Тiла загиблих в Iраку українських миротворцiв повернуто на Батькiвщину (VOA) 01/12/2005
  • Польський журнал «Впрост» обирає Ющенка «Людиною 2004 року» (VOA) 01/12/2005
  • Команда Ющенка формує нову владу (VOA) 01/12/2005
  • Yushchenko discusses government picks (UPI/Wash Times) 01/12/2005
  • Russia Offers Ukraine's Yushchenko 'Cooperation' (Reuters) 01/12/2005
  • Syrian president to visit Russia on reported missile shopping trip (AFP/Yahoo) 01/12/2005
  • New Ukraine leaders court Moscow [Reuters] (Turkish Daily News) 01/12/2005
  • Ukraine: Regime change, Canada style. Yushchenko is “less bad than the other guy,” as my translator assured me. (Rabble) 01/12/2005
  • Editorial [Nigeria] Ukraine: Time to Move Forward (AllAfrica) 01/12/2005
  • Ukraine election called breakthrough for Europe (Fort Frances Times) 01/12/2005
  • IHS teacher gets personal, up close look at Ukraine election (Ironton Tribune) 01/12/2005
  • Україна - чинник майбутнього Європи (BBC Ukrainian) 01/12/2005
  • U.S. and Russia Seeking Limits on Portable Antiaircraft Missiles (NY Times) 01/12/2005
  • Soviet-era rule splits GOP (The Hill) 01/12/2005
  • Wheat prices decline as bumper crop proves a hard sell (Financial Times) 01/12/2005
  • Kiev receives its dead from Iraq (BBC) 01/12/2005
  • Insurgents wreck all-Iraq poll (The Scotsman) 01/12/2005
  • Profile: Poroshenko Expecting To Get Yushchenko's First Prize (RFE/RL) 01/12/2005
  • Yanukovych Takes Election Protest To Supreme Court (RFE/RL) 01/12/2005
  • Ukraine may expect US investments after stabilization - ambassador John Herbst (Interfax-Russia) 01/12/2005
  • Word to the wise (Baltic Times) 01/12/2005
  • 'Orange Revolution' comes to the county (Columbian) 01/12/2005
  • Washington governor [Christine Gregoire] sworn in after 'orange' rally (WorldNetDaily) 01/12/2005
  • Pope Relays a Blessing to President-Elect of Ukraine; Cardinal Husar Sends Congratulations to Yushchenko (Zenit) 01/12/2005
  • Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer Sends Congratulatory Message To Yushchenko (Turkish Press) 01/12/2005
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers to leave Iraq by June 30, 2005 (Interfax-Russia) 01/12/2005
  • Housing Chiefs under Pressure after Migrant Frostbite Tragedy (The Scotsman) 01/12/2005
  • Yanukovych Delays Challenging Election (AP/Yahoo) 01/12/2005
  • Election Loser Again Stalls Inauguration in Ukraine (Reuters) 01/12/2005
  • Kasparov aims for Putin checkmate (BBC) 01/12/2005
  • Russian capital may get new opportunities of participating in privatization in Ukraine, Tymoshenko says (Interfax-Moscow) 01/12/2005
  • Gas transit across Ukraine grows by 6% in 2004, inner consumption shrinks by 0.8% (Interfax-Moscow) 01/12/2005
  • Op-ed: Democracy in the CIS. By Christopher H. Smith (Wash Times) 01/12/2005
  • 19 Pakistanis held in Ukraine [AFP] (Dawn) 01/12/2005
  • 'Europe's last dictator' rations foreign music (Independent) 01/12/2005
  • Kremlin Bureaucrats Lost Ukraine, But Russia Won. By Yulia Tymoshenko (Moscow Times) 01/12/2005
  • Reform in Ukraine must be swift and sweeping (Financial Times) 01/12/2005
  • 'Charting a New Geopolitical Reality: Ukraine in 2005' (PINR) 01/12/2005
  • Editorial: Silence Is Dangerous (Moscow Times) 01/12/2005
  • Fear that gas supply gives Russia too much power over Europe (Financial Times) 01/12/2005
  • Soviet-era rule splits GOP [Jackson-Vanik trade rule has outlived its usefulness?] (The Hill) 01/12/2005
  • Letter: It's the Iraqis' Fight Now (Wash Post) 01/12/2005
  • A Look at Iraq Casualties as of Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2005: 1357 U.S. military dead (10,372 wounded - Defense Department tally). 1217 U.S. soldiers have died since May 1, 2003, when President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq had ended. Poland 16; Ukraine 17; Iraqi civilian deaths est. 15229-17443. (Iraq Coalition Casualties) 01/12/2005
  • Maidan Video: The beginning (Website) 01/12/2005
  • Kremlin Bureaucrats Lost Ukraine, But Russia Won. By Yulia Tymoshenko (Moscow Times) 01/12/2005
  • Israel briefed U.S. on crisis with Russia (Ha'aretz) 01/12/2005
  • Ukraine calls for withdrawal of troops (AAP/Yahoo) 01/12/2005

  • Analysis: Ukraine, Russia start anew (UPI/Wash Times) 01/11/2005
  • East meets West in Shelby County (Shelby County Reporter) 01/11/2005
  • Fulbright scholar updates Chicago from Kiev (Chicago Maroon) 01/11/2005
  • Команда Януковича збирається оскаржити результати, оприлюдненi ЦВК (VOA) 01/11/2005
  • США вiтають результати виборiв, однак не поспiшають поздоровляти Ющенка (VOA) 01/11/2005
  • Putin's claims strain Israeli-Russian relations [Putin claims that Israeli officials aided Ukrainian opposition candidate Viktor Yuschenko] (Jerusalem Post) 01/11/2005
  • Official: U.S., Russia Close to Arms Deal (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich speaks during a news conference at his headquarters in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Frustration as Ukraine Loser Stalls Transition (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Yanukovych Appealing Ukraine Vote Result (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine looks ahead after Yushchenko named president-elect (AFP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine's Yanukovych Refuses to Accept Election Results (VOA News) 01/11/2005
  • Publication of Ukrainian election result suspended (Interfax-Russia) 01/11/2005
  • Верховний Суд призупинив оголошення Ющенка президентом (Українська Правда) 01/11/2005
  • Yanukovich Refuses to Recognize Yushchenko as Ukraine President, Turns to Supreme Court (MosNews) 01/11/2005
  • Yanukovich vows to appeal Ukraine presidential vote results (AFP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine Transition Brings Worry Over Past (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • US Withholds Congratulations for Ukraine's Yuschenko Until Election Appeals Are Exhausted (VOA News) 01/11/2005
  • Washington welcomes decision on Yushchenko election in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • EU hails 'wisdom' of new Ukrainian leader (AFP/EU Business) 01/11/2005
  • Chairman-in-Office congratulates Viktor Yushchenko on election as President of Ukraine (OSCE) 01/11/2005
  • OSCE Secretary General congratulates Ukrainian President-elect Yushchenko on election victory (OSCE) 01/11/2005
  • Koizumi congratulates Yushchenko on election victory [Kyodo News] (Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Crisis erupts between Israel and Russia over aid to Yushchenko: report (AFP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Photo: Suppporters of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, the losing candidate in Ukraine's presidential vote, hold a banner reading 'For Yanukovych!' in a tent camp in front of the monument to Vladimir Lenin in Donetsk (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of opposition leader Victor Yushchenko discussing Victor Yushchenko's victory in presidential elections on Dec. 26 in the tent camp in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Photo: Opposition deputies Mykola Katerynchuk and Petro Poroshenko celebrate in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Yushchenko named Ukraine president-elect after weeks of turmoil (AFP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • It's Now Official: Yushchenko Is Ukraine's Victor. Opposition leader is declared winner of last month's presidential revote. His rival, Viktor Yanukovich, plans to appeal the result. (LA Times) 01/11/2005
  • Yushchenko is declared winner (The Scotsman) 01/11/2005
  • Офіційна перемога (Львівська газета) 01/11/2005
  • Німецький експерт: 'Ющенку буде важко, але в боротьбі в нього будуть і партнери' (Deutsche Welle) 01/11/2005
  • Люстрація по-українськи. Життя після Кучми: декучмізація чи кадрове всепрощення? (Україна молода) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine's Withdrawal Seen as Politically Important, Militarily Insignificant (RFE/RL) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine Parliament Calls for Troops Exit (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine lawmakers ask for Iraq troop withdrawal in non-binding resolution (AFX/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • Consultations on withdrawing Ukrainian troops from Iraq started (Interfax-Russia) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine Announces Pullout of Iraq Force: Statement Follows Blast That Killed 8 (Wash Post) 01/11/2005
  • Kuchma orders troops to withdraw from Iraq (Financial Times) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine speeds up plan to pull its troops [Vatican envoy: Bush promised quick war] (Seattle Times) 01/11/2005
  • Insurgents Kill Senior Official in Iraqi Police (NY Times) 01/11/2005
  • Baghdad police chief shot dead as violence flares across Iraq (The Scotsman) 01/11/2005
  • Жахлива ціна чужої війни (Україна молода) 01/11/2005
  • Варшава посварилася з Брюсселем через Україну (Українська Правда) 01/11/2005
  • Putin Should Pay One More Visit to Kiev (Moscow Times) 01/11/2005
  • Russian Patriarch Sets Criteria for Pope (AP/Yahoo) 01/11/2005
  • UAOC spiritual message for 2005 (Website) 01/11/2005
  • Migrant worker has legs amputated (BBC News) 01/11/2005
  • Double amputation for homeless woman (Cork Evening Echo) 01/11/2005
  • Two confess to killing Briton in Ukraine (London Evening Standard) 01/11/2005
  • Historic portrait of Crimean war nurse unveiled (Guardian) 01/11/2005
  • Ukraine’s Yushchenko Staff Promises No Threat for Russia (MosNews) 01/11/2005

  • Defense Ministry: One Ukrainian injured in Iraq in grave condition, five others – stable (UNIAN) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukrainian opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flash victory signs as they reacts after announcing official election results at the Central Election Commission office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of Viktor Yushchenko sign autographs on one of his campaign posters after the announcment of official election results at the Central Election Commission office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's Central Election Commission head Yaroslav Davydovych seen during the commission session in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Members of Ukraine's Central Election Commission vote during a session on official election results in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Yaroslav Davydovich, Ukraine's central election commission chief, looks at the other members of the commission as they vote in Kiev to declare Viktor Yushchenko the official winner of a rerun presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko declared official winner of Ukraine presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Ukraine Confirms Liberal Yushchenko New President (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko Declared Winner in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko Declared Ukraine's New President (VOA News) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko named Ukraine winner (BBC News) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko declared winner of Ukraine presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko Confirmed as Next Ukraine President (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko Declared Winner in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • ЦВК: Вiктор Ющенко – переможець президентських виборiв (VOA) 01/10/2005
  • Ukraine waits for Yushchenko to be declared president-elect (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Ukraine Presses on with Tally to Confirm Yushchenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yanukovych Loses Ukraine Court Appeals (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • New Court Challenge to Ukraine Vote Result (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • New Ukraine Leader Poised to Take Power at Last (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • More Appeals From Yanukovych Turned Down (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Yushchenko to be declared official winner of Ukraine election (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Олександр Зiнченко про iнавгурацiю та склад нового уряду (VOA) 01/10/2005
  • 'У цій державі не буде криміналітету у владі'. Розмова з Віктором Ющенком та Міхаілом Саакашвілі (Львівська газета) 01/10/2005
  • US Hopes Ukraine's New Government Will Review Iraq Troops Issue (VOA News) 01/10/2005
  • US says Ukrainian troop withdrawal should be coordinated (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko listen to Defense Minister General Oleksander Kuzmuk during an emergency meeting in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Ukraine leader orders troops out of Iraq after deaths (AFP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Ukraine Orders Troops Withdrawn From Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Ukraine announces Iraq pull-out (BBC News) 01/10/2005
  • Кучма закликає до виведення українських миротворцiв з Iраку, США просять Україну дiяти зважено (VOA) 01/10/2005
  • Не виключається, що українцi в Iраку загинули внаслiдок теракту (VOA) 01/10/2005
  • Iraq Withdrawal a Priority for New Ukraine Leader (Reuters) 01/10/2005
  • Наші жертви чужої війни (Львівська газета) 01/10/2005
  • 8 Coalition Troops Die in Ordnance Explosion (LA Times) 01/10/2005
  • 5 Iraqis Die in Gunfight After Bomb Hits U.S. Convoy (NY Times) 01/10/2005
  • In Iraq, gunfire is the only common language (Independent) 01/10/2005
  • Second US attack on civilians feeds calls for Iraq withdrawal (Financial Times) 01/10/2005
  • America apologises for family deaths after botched bomb attack in Mosul (The Times) 01/10/2005
  • Eye on Eurasia: No revolution for Russia (UPI) 01/10/2005
  • Russian president's 'managed democracy' (Philadelphia Inquirer) 01/10/2005
  • Kyrgyzstan: Demonstrators hold third day of protests ['Akaev out of office' chanted protesters today in Bishkek, demanding a free and fair vote on 27 February...rally started on 8 Jan.] (RFE/RL) 01/10/2005
  • Ex-legislator a witness to 'refreshing' revolution in Ukraine (San Diego Union-Tribune) 01/10/2005
  • Derkach learns lessons from time in Ukraine (Brandon Sun) 01/10/2005
  • From Portland to Ukraine: voting with trust and good will (Oregonian) 01/10/2005
  • Hills attorney monitors the election in Ukraine (Rapid City Journal) 01/10/2005
  • Visitor sees progress in Ukrainian revote (Raleigh News Observer) 01/10/2005
  • Family's hunt leads to body of murdered Briton in Kiev (Independent) 01/10/2005
  • De Pere woman tries to help in the Ukraine (Green Bay News-Chronicle) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: Dancers from the Odesa Ballet from Ukraine perform during a performance of 'Don Quijote' at the Pazo da Cultura Theatre (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • Photo: A dancer from the Odesa Ballet, from Ukraine, performs during a performance of 'Don Quijote' in Pazo da Cultura Theatre (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/10/2005
  • On this day: 1992 – Pilots threaten to defect with their planes and sailors warn of mutiny if the two biggest commonwealth states, Ukraine and Russia, split up the former Soviet military; 1994 – The United States, Russia and Ukraine reach an agreement on the destruction of Ukraine's entire nuclear arsenal. (Herald Sun) 01/10/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian troops at their base in the Iraqi city of Kut (AFP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • Withdrawing Ukraine troops from Iraq priority, Yushchenko says (AFP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • Seven Ukrainian troops, Kazakh dead in Iraqi accident: ministry (AFP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • 7 Ukrainian Soldiers, 1 Kazakh Die in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • Iraq blast kills Ukrainian troops (BBC News) 01/09/2005
  • В Iраку загинуло сiм українцiв (VOA) 01/09/2005
  • Troops Kill 8 Iraqis After Convoy Bombed (AP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • U.S. Troops Kill Iraq Civilians in Botched Strikes (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, dance and celebrate in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • Ukraine ends holiday break amid rumors of imminent inauguration (AFP/Yahoo) 01/09/2005
  • Ukraine Anticipates Final Official Results of Presidential Re-Run (VOA News) 01/09/2005
  • Ukraine awaits confirmation of Yushchenko victory (Reuters) 01/09/2005
  • ЦВК оголосить офiцiйнi результати виборiв у понедiлок? (VOA) 01/09/2005
  • Putin is unlikely to loosen power grip over Russia (Houston Chronicle) 01/09/2005
  • History Is Likely to Link Bush to Mideast Elections (Wash Post) 01/09/2005
  • Man Accused of Arms Scheme Praised bin Laden on Tapes (NY Times) 01/09/2005
  • Where to Go in 2005: Budget (NY Times) 01/09/2005

  • Photo: Supporters of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko take a break in the tent camp which blockades the entrance to outgoing President Leonid Kuchma's office (AP/Yahoo) 01/08/2005
  • Ukrainian Opposition Continues Vigil (AP/Yahoo) 01/08/2005
  • Breaking the mould. By Chrystia Freeland (Financial Times) 01/08/2005
  • Independent churches win new respect (The Times) 01/08/2005
  • History unfolds before his eyes (Reading Eagle) 01/08/2005
  • Resident's 'sacred duty' fulfilled in Ukraine vote (Greenwich Time) 01/08/2005
  • Belarus president waves iron fist (BBC News) 01/08/2005
  • Ukrainian 'made £5m from illegal workers' (Independent) 01/08/2005
  • Immigrant 'made £5m from illegal workers' (Daily Telegraph) 01/08/2005
  • Missile case court hears praise of bin Laden (Daily Telegraph) 01/08/2005
  • Review: Dralion (The Times) 01/08/2005

  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman places a candle during a service at the Mikhaylovsky Cathedral in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: A crowd stands in from of frescoes of St. Michael's Cathedral in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: Children wearing national dress sing carols during the celebration of Orthodox Christmas in Lviv (AFP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: Young Ukrainians dressed in national costumes sing Christmas songs after a service at a Greek-Catholic church in Western city of Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: Young Ukrainians dressed in national and traditional Christmas costumes sing Christmas songs at a Greek-Catholic church in Western city of Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman lights candles in St. Volodymyr Cathedral during an Orthodox Christmas service in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: A woman signs a banner decorated with a portrait of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko in the center of Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Ukraine marks Orthodox Christmas with election saga end in sight (AFP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Court rejects appeal against Yushchenko (Financial Times) 01/07/2005
  • Ukraine parliament will back president's PM candidate - speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn (Interfax-Russia) 01/07/2005
  • At the Crossroads (Transitions Online) 01/07/2005
  • Putin Urges Ukraine to Be Pragmatic (AP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Putin urges pragmatism in Ukraine (Reuters) 01/07/2005
  • Russia, Ukraine to continue developing relations (Interfax-Russia) 01/07/2005
  • The Ukrainian Crisis and the Transnational Elite (Zaman) 01/07/2005
  • New New Year in Ukraine (Wash Times) 01/07/2005
  • Europa: In Poland, solidarity with Ukraine's struggle (IH Tribune) 01/07/2005
  • Chirac applauds Yushchenko’s win in Ukraine (AFP/Expatica) 01/07/2005
  • Spectre of enlargement haunts the EU (Financial Times) 01/07/2005
  • Ukraine Media Not Seen As Independent Yet (AP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Yushchenko backers still camping in Kiev (Wash Times) 01/07/2005
  • Forces Behind the Orange Revolution (Zaman) 01/07/2005
  • Professor's book examines nation in the news (Record Herald) 01/07/2005
  • Ukrainian democracy speaks Turkish in the Crimea (Cafe Babel) 01/07/2005
  • Photo: 'Ukraine, Show Us the Way' (AFP/Yahoo) 01/07/2005
  • Political protest overwhelmed by voter apathy (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 01/07/2005
  • Congress Makes Reelection Official (Wash Post) 01/07/2005
  • As Asia's waters recede, Iraq's steep death toll re-emerges (The Times) 01/07/2005
  • Kiev stocks look juicy in wake of Orange protests (Financial Times) 01/07/2005
  • Ukraine official defends gas deal (The Age) 01/07/2005
  • East Europeans opt for flat-rate tax (BBC) 01/07/2005
  • Ukrainian revolution extends to the football field (FIFA) 01/07/2005
  • Up to 23 U.S. Bishops Could Retire in 2005 [Turning 75 in 2005: May 11: Ukrainian Bishop Basil H. Losten of Stamford, Conn., a priest since 1957, bishop since 1971 and head of the Stamford Diocese since 1977.] (Catholic Herald) 01/07/2005
  • Christmas for Ukrainians (Edmonton Sun) 01/07/2005
  • Ukrainians are celebrating their first free Christmas in 350 years (Saratogian) 01/07/2005
  • Ukrainian Christians See Election as Early Christmas Gift (CBN) 01/07/2005
  • Jews attack German immigration curbs (Guardian) 01/07/2005

  • The Natashas (The New Global Sex Trade from Eastern Europe) (Szirine) 01/06/2005
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman lights candles in St. Volodymyr Cathedral prior to a Christmas Eve service in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Photo: Andriy Hnatenko, Ukraine's Chief presiding justice, opens a hearing of Ukraine's supreme court in Kiev. The court rejected the first appeal over the rerun presidential vote by defeated candidate Viktor Yanukovich (AFP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Court rejects Yanukovych appeal (BBC News) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine supreme court rejects first appeal over rerun vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine Supreme Court throws out election challenge (Reuters) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine Court Dismisses Yanukovych Appeal (AP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine's Supreme Court Rejects Yanukovych's Appeal (VOA News) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine court rejects Yanukovich appeal (Reuters) 01/06/2005
  • A Door Opened to 'Civilization' (Transitions Online) 01/06/2005
  • Photo: An unidentified Israeli actor, dressed to look like Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, is filmed for an Israeli TV comedy show, as he talks with demonstrators gathered near the Knesset in Jerusalem (AP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine's Yanukovich Fights Election Loss in Court (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Hears Presidential Vote Appeal (Bloomberg) 01/06/2005
  • White House Withholds Ukraine Recognition (AP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Bush, Georgian President Discuss Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Bush to Host Polish President Kwasniewski in Washington (USDOS) 01/06/2005
  • Kyiv will welcome Yushchenko on Thursday (Ukrayinska Pravda) 01/06/2005
  • Yushchenko to announce new Ukraine PM 'in days' (Financial Times) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine faces long transition (IH Tribune) 01/06/2005
  • Outgoing Prime Minister copies his rival in election fraud appeal (The Times) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine's presidency battle back in the courts (The Scotsman) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine election a triumph of liberal democracy (Baltic Times) 01/06/2005
  • Moscow Ponders How Ukraine Was 'Lost' (RFE/RL) 01/06/2005
  • Advising Vladimir Putin (NY Times) 01/06/2005
  • Pride and propaganda (Independent) 01/06/2005
  • Putin's little Kuwait (Lahore Daily Times) 01/06/2005
  • Уроки 'помаранчевої революції' для Білорусі (BBC Ukrainian) 01/06/2005
  • Bush set for official re-election despite Democratic political flourish (AFP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Keeping our democracy alive: Did voters really count in U.S. election? (SF Chronicle) 01/06/2005
  • 2004: 'чорний' рік для журналістів (Deutsche Welle) 01/06/2005
  • Outside View: Yushchenko's Iraq dilemma (UPI/Wash Times) 01/06/2005
  • 18 Iraqis Found Dead in Field Near Mosul (AP/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Deadly missile has its day in court (The Times) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine's Naftogaz will not annul Turkmen gas contract despite govt criticism (AFX/Yahoo) 01/06/2005
  • Ukraine govt to analyze gas supply accords with Turkmenistan (Kazinform) 01/06/2005
  • Tradition honours roots: Ukrainian Christmas celebrated (Winnipeg Sun) 01/06/2005
  • Put on something sexy: a bowl of sauerkraut (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 01/06/2005

  • Ukrainian American women's organization sends greetings to newly elected President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko (BRAMA) 01/05/2005
  • Obit: † Svitlana Cholhan -/- Відійшла у Вічність † Світлана ЧОЛГАН (BRAMA) 01/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko watches as his friend and political ally Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili helps Yushchenko's granddaughter Yaryna during a skiing holiday at the Carpathian mountains resort of Tysovets in Western Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko enjoys skiing at the Carpathian mountains resort of Tysovets in Western Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Details emerge of second Russian plot to assassinate Yushchenko. By Taras Kuzio (Jamestown Foundation) 01/05/2005
  • Yanukovych in court appeal (BBC News) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine high court to examine first Yanukovich appeal over vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Yanukovych Appeals Ukraine Vote Results (AP/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine Supreme Court to Hear Yanukovych's Election Appeal (VOA News) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine Commission to Meet, Yanukovich Out (Reuters) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine still in limbo (Reuters) 01/05/2005
  • ЦВК готова, але поки що не може оголосити виборчих результатiв (VOA) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine's President Accepts Yanukovych's Resignation (VOA News) 01/05/2005
  • Kuchma Accepts Yanukovych's Resignation (AP/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Accepts Yanukovych's Resignation (Bloomberg) 01/05/2005
  • Defeated by Yushchenko, Ukraine’s Yanukovich Resigns as Prime Minister (MosNews) 01/05/2005
  • Кучма пiдписав заяву про вiдставку Януковича (VOA) 01/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko and the Chairman of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Dimitrij Rupel, smile during a news conference after their meeting in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • OSCE pledges support for democracy and stability in Ukraine (OSCE) 01/05/2005
  • Outside View: Yushchenko's wrong move (UPI/Wash Times) 01/05/2005
  • Ukraine, Georgia leaders deny any foreign hand in 'peaceful revolutions' (AFX/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Saakashvili, Yushchenko Sign Joint Declaration (Civil Georgia) 01/05/2005
  • Lytvyn hopes to inaugurate Yushchenko the next week. He awaits the new Government (Ukrayinska Pravda) 01/05/2005
  • Capable or Crooked? Yuliya Tymoshenko Leaves Few Unmoved (RFE/RL) 01/05/2005
  • Tymoshenko: 'I'll Be Next Ukraine Prime Minister' (The Scotsman) 01/05/2005
  • Віктор Ющенко: Даю слово: ви побачите новий уряд і нових людей при владі (Україна молода) 01/05/2005
  • Претенденти на папаху (Львівська газета) 01/05/2005
  • Із королів – у прем’єри: Петро Порошенко (Львівська газета) 01/05/2005
  • Мрія опозиціонера: Юлія Тимошенко (Львівська газета) 01/05/2005
  • Останній шанс: Олександр Мороз (Львівська газета) 01/05/2005
  • Темно-сіра конячка: Анатолій Кінах (Львівська газета) 01/05/2005
  • Dreaming of Europe (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/05/2005
  • Letter: Orange light may change to green (Financial Times) 01/05/2005
  • Separatism in Ukraine (Zaman) 01/05/2005
  • Successful Ukrainian Election (VOA News) 01/05/2005
  • Four elections will shape new year (Nashua Telegraph) 01/05/2005
  • Orange revolution grabs world attention (Outer Banks Sentinel) 01/05/2005
  • An exercise in democracy. Jeremy McCarter and Roxy Toporowych display ID cards they were issued when they acted as poll monitors in the repeat election in Ukraine. (Pharos-Tribune) 01/05/2005
  • Outside View: America's Ukraine folly (UPI/Wash Times) 01/05/2005
  • Putin's imperial dreams (Business World) 01/05/2005
  • Eye on Eurasia: Dropping big brother (UPI/Wash Times) 01/05/2005
  • Putin cuts the wings of liberal adviser (Guardian) 01/05/2005
  • Putin aide pays for Yukos attack (The Times) 01/05/2005
  • Europe wrestles with defining itself (CS Monitor) 01/05/2005
  • Does the Right Remember Abu Ghraib? (Wash Post) 01/05/2005
  • Kiev and Jerusalem (Ha'aretz) 01/05/2005
  • Viva Ukraine! Gush Katif hopes Orange Revolution works for them as well (Ha'aretz) 01/05/2005
  • Ukrainian physicians join relief effort in Thailand (Azertag) 01/05/2005
  • Стихія в Азії зачепила й Україну (VOA) 01/05/2005
  • Hundreds of Foreigners Killed in Tsunami [Ukraine: 17 missing] (AP/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Jury Hears 2 Views of Man Accused in Missile Scheme (NY Times) 01/05/2005
  • Letter: Ukraine should study how China made market economy transition (Financial Times) 01/05/2005
  • Ukrainian Government to Review Gas Contract (RFE/RL) 01/05/2005
  • Ukrainian Orthodox split on election results (Catholic World News) 01/05/2005
  • Ukrainian Orthodox Christmas services set (Allentown Morning Call) 01/05/2005
  • Christmas just beginning for some Chatham-Kent ethnic groups (Chatham This Week) 01/05/2005
  • Excerpts: Anti-Semitism in Europe Increases in Recent Years [Pagedown to 'Ukraine'] (USDOS) 01/05/2005
  • Ten-year-old Ukrainian girl bids farewell to Canada after heart surgery (CP/Yahoo) 01/05/2005
  • Documentary Will Record Russian Immigrant Experience (LA Independent) 01/05/2005
  • Salvage diver dies as tons of silt trap him underwater (The Scotsman) 01/05/2005

  • Photo: Ukraine's fiery opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko speaks during a news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine's fiery opposition leader Tymoshenko says she expects to be PM (AP/Yahoo) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine Still in Limbo as Poll Results Delayed (Reuters) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine's Presidential Vote Count Nears Completion (VOA News) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine pores over final poll results (Reuters) 01/04/2005
  • OSCE's new Chairman-in-Office to visit Ukraine (OSCE) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine travails pay off in freedom (Toronto Star) 01/04/2005
  • Ukrainian poll not black and white. By Ustina Markus (ISN) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine Eyes towards Europe (Lebanon Monday Morning) 01/04/2005
  • New York Ukrainian American Election Observers Host Town Hall Meeting (U.S. Newswire) 01/04/2005
  • Putin Demotes Adviser Critical of the Kremlin (NY Times) 01/04/2005
  • A time of testing for global democracy (CS Monitor) 01/04/2005
  • New year, new uncertainties for global economy (Independent) 01/04/2005
  • Rude awakening to missile-defense dream (CS Monitor) 01/04/2005
  • Commentary: Beijing Bear Hug [the latest bad news: Russia's growing military cooperation with Asia's rising superpower, China.] (Heritage Foundation) 01/04/2005
  • Summary: Tally of Foreign Tsunami Victims (AP/Yahoo) 01/04/2005
  • Asia's tsunami death toll hits 150,000 - U.N. (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/04/2005
  • Briton faces US missile deal charges [Sergei, the Ukrainian contact, worked for Russian intelligence, could supply Igla shoulder-fired missiles] (BBC News) 01/04/2005
  • Letter: Ukraine would benefit from membership of OECD (Financial Times) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine to pay more for Turkmen gas (Financial Times) 01/04/2005
  • Ukraine-Turkmenistan Gas Encounter - Complete Transcript (NCA) 01/04/2005
  • Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople Congratulates Yushchenko (RISU) 01/04/2005
  • Ukranian girl gets dose of U.S. kindness (Star Beacon Daily) 01/04/2005

  • Photo: Shadows of people are cast on a wooden fence decorated with a portrait of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko and dozens of supporters' autographs in the center of Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 01/03/2005
  • 'No Political Persecution': Spiegel interview with Ukraine's Viktor Yushchenko (Der Spiegel) 01/03/2005
  • Yushchenko Vacations; Ukraine Awaits Official Result (VOA News) 01/03/2005
  • ЦВК готується до оприлюднення результатiв виборiв (VOA) 01/03/2005
  • 'Orange Revolution' Is Over - Time to Form a Cabinet (RFE/RL) 01/03/2005
  • Political realignment begins in Ukraine. By Taras Kuzio (Jamestown Foundation) 01/03/2005
  • Domino Theory: Will Ukraine's 'Orange Revolution' spread? Russia's Vladimir Putin and his men certainly think so (Newsweek) 01/03/2005
  • Ukraine: The revolution is over. Now what? (IH Tribune) 01/03/2005
  • Inauguration of the Nation (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/03/2005
  • До Рiздва наметового мiстечка в Києвi може не стати (VOA) 01/03/2005
  • Як голосували у в'язницях (Deutsche Welle) 01/03/2005
  • Suicide by contract (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/03/2005
  • An orange instant between the past and the future (Дзеркало Тижня) 01/03/2005
  • Ющенко дає iнтерв`ю Шпiґелю (VOA) 01/03/2005
  • Democracy in the Former Soviet Union: 1991-2004 (EurasiaNet) 01/03/2005
  • Russian Adviser Stripped of Some Duties (AP/Yahoo) 01/03/2005
  • Russia will not interfere in Ukraine, Georgia: Lavrov (AFP/Space Daily) 01/03/2005
  • Russia’s Yabloko Leader Yavlinsky Slams 2004 Political Decisions (MosNews) 01/03/2005
  • Нємцов: «Демократична Україна – докір Росії» (Deutsche Welle) 01/03/2005
  • Winners and losers in ... Russia (Guardian) 01/03/2005
  • Russia's political class digests Yushchenko win. By Igor Torbakov (Jamestown Foundation) 01/03/2005
  • Ukraine: Russia’s Day After (Globalist) 01/03/2005
  • Schröder rouses sleepy Fatherland (The Times) 01/03/2005
  • Battle for Belarus (Wash Post) 01/03/2005
  • Чи перелиється помаранчева революцiя на Бiлорусь? (VOA) 01/03/2005
  • Croatian independent hopeful urges fresh polls count, claims irregularities (AFP/Yahoo) 01/03/2005
  • Don't Sweat the Big Stuff (Newsweek) 01/03/2005
  • Ripples Beyond Ukraine [Dated 12/30/04] (TCS) 01/03/2005
  • Live From Kiev. Many Ukrainians from the New York area traveled to their ancestral home... (New York Metro) 01/03/2005
  • U.S. Helicopters Deliver Aid to Indonesia. Confirmed deaths reached 139,253 (AP/Yahoo) 01/03/2005
  • Sun joins flight into hell [...Ukrainian captain Roman Grundynin] (The Sun) 01/03/2005
  • Ukraine Leader's Promises Checked by Gas Setback (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/03/2005
  • Ukraine strikes Turkmen gas deal (BBC News) 01/03/2005
  • Turkmenistan to resume Ukraine gas deliveries after agreement (AFX/Yahoo) 01/03/2005
  • Gas supplies to Ukraine cut off (Financial Times) 01/03/2005
  • Ukraine's speaker [Lytvyn] asks Congress to repeal measure [Jackson-Vanick Amendment] (The Hill) 01/03/2005
  • Artist responsible for many Ukrainian churches dies (CBC) 01/03/2005
  • Religious Misunderstandings in Ternopil Not Political Repressions, Says Civil Authority (RISU) 01/03/2005
  • Russian Observers Claim Campaigning in Western Ukraine Churches, without Examples (RISU) 01/03/2005
  • Russian Orthodox Patriarch Asks Cossack Army of Ukraine to Protect Church (RISU) 01/03/2005
  • Autocephalous Archbishop Congratulates Yushchenko on Victory (RISU) 01/03/2005
  • Heart patient headed home [Oksana Oliynyk] (Edmonton Sun) 01/03/2005

  • Yushchenko Pledges to Fight Corruption (AP/Yahoo) 01/02/2005
  • Summary Box: Yushchenko vs. corruption (AP/Yahoo) 01/02/2005
  • Ukraine kicks off New Year with election saga still simmering (AFP/Yahoo) 01/02/2005
  • Yushchenko must face three critical issues. By David Marples (Toronto Star) 01/02/2005
  • Brand new day. It's a time of great expectations in Kyiv, but Ukrainians remain deeply divided (Toronto Star) 01/02/2005
  • Hope everywhere in Kyiv's cold night air. Canadian monitor reports on what she observed in Ukraine (Toronto Star) 01/02/2005
  • Who Is This Viktor? Ukraine's President-elect Yushchenko has won the right to rule. Now comes the test of a lifetime. A close look at the man with a nation's future in his hands [Jan 10 issue] (Time) 01/02/2005
  • Married to a marked man: Ukraine’s new first lady talks to Askold Krushelnycky about poison, politics and a triumph over tyranny (Sunday Times) 01/02/2005
  • Kiev old guard try a final coup (Sunday Times) 01/02/2005
  • Yushchenko secure as rivals face prosecution (Scotland on Sunday) 01/02/2005
  • Ukraine regime 'tried to siphon off millions' (Sunday Telegraph) 01/02/2005
  • Ukrainian PM staff leave country [Members of Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych's administration have begun to leave the country fearing a backlash and investigations.] (UPI/Wash Times) 01/02/2005
  • Ukraine: 'A Call to Arms' (Newsweek) 01/02/2005
  • Bush Is Urged to Quickly Outline Foreign Policy Goals (Wash Post) 01/02/2005
  • It's Her Party and She'll Cry If She Wants To [see: Have Tricks, Will Travel] (Wash Post) 01/02/2005
  • Watching Tumult From the U.S.: Ukrainians in America Follow Events Closely (Hartford Courant) 01/02/2005
  • Orange revolution grabs world attention (Outer Banks Sentinel) 01/02/2005
  • 'Orzeł Jana Karskiego' dla Juszczenki i prof. Tycha [Yushchenko awarded 'Jan Karski's Eagle' - Polish award][Dated 29 grudnia 2004] (Wirtualna Polska) 01/02/2005
  • And now ... sinners and winners of the year (New Zealand Herald) 01/02/2005
  • The Tradition of the Protest Song (NPR) 01/02/2005
  • Klitschko, champion of a nation (The Australian) 01/02/2005
  • Battle starts for Dynamo (Sunday Telegraph) 01/02/2005

  • Chechen rebels declare solidarity with Yushchenko (Jamestown Foundation) 01/01/2005
  • UACC congratulates newly elected President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko (BRAMA) 01/01/2005
  • Ukrainian presidential elections in Chicago: KO in Round 3 FOTO/S (BRAMA) 01/01/2005
  • UCC statement on the successful presidential election in Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/01/2005
  • Ukrainian Christmas Pageant performance in Maryland FOTO/S (BRAMA) 01/01/2005
  • Beating the old system: Ukrainians elect a pro-western reformer; now can he deliver? (US News & World Report) 01/01/2005
  • Ukraine Guards Glad to Work for Yushchenko [UNA-UNSO] (AP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Ukrainians begin New Year with high hopes after revolutionary year (CP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Outgoing Ukrainian President Urges Nation to Support New President [He avoided naming the new president throughout his brief remarks] (VOA) 01/01/2005
  • Кучма попросив підтримати Ющенка (Гаряча Лінія) 01/01/2005
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko who soundly won Sunday's presidential revote greets the crowd in Independence square in Ukraine's capital Kiev on the occasion of the New Year celebration (AP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna toast with champagne and greet residents of the Ukrainian capital, during New Year celebrations at Independence square in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko who soundly won Sunday's presidential revote and visiting Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili greet the crowd in Independence square in Ukraine's capital Kiev on the occasion of the New Year celebration Saturday, Jan.1, 2005. Yushchenko's daughters are seen in the foreground. (AP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Photo: Fireworks burst over Independence Square in Kiev as Ukraine opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko rang in the New Year with his Georgian counterpart Mikhail Saakashvili, hours after Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich resigned and all but admitted losing a presidential rerun vote (AFP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Photo: Fireworks explode above a massive rally at Independence Square in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Next Steps in Ukraine: the U.S. must help Viktor Yushchenko succeed as president (Wash Post) 01/01/2005
  • Ukraine's new leader must walk a political tightrope (The Age) 01/01/2005
  • Look back at Weimar – and start to worry about Russia (Daily Telegraph) 01/01/2005
  • Ukraine Hopeful as Premier Resigns (Deutsche Welle) 01/01/2005
  • Ukraine looks to future in New Year as PM resigns (AFP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Yanukovych Resigns, Vows to Keep Fighting (AP/Yahoo) 01/01/2005
  • Premier in Ukraine Quits, Giving Way to Opposition Rule (NY Times) 01/01/2005
  • Yanukovych may give up presidential ambitions (Independent) 01/01/2005
  • Yanukovich resigns as he faces up to defeat (Daily Telegraph) 01/01/2005
  • Yanukovich steps aside to conclude Ukraine crisis (Guardian) 01/01/2005
  • Commentary: History and Democracy in Ukraine (World Peace Herald) 01/01/2005
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