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MH17 Air Crash Tragedy Trial in The Hague Entered Crucial Merits Phase but May Be Delayed
Jul 17, 2021 | Oksana Sukhina
A trial continues at the District Court of The Hague seven years after the downing of Malaysian civil flight MH17  from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur on July 17th, 2014 by […]
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Jul 15, 2021
Friday, July 16, 10 am EDT Ukraine’s Path to Independence series: Who Were the Founders of Ukraine’s Independence? From the Human Chain of January, 1990 To the Declaration of sovereignty […]
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The Day of Ukrainian Peacekeepers
Jul 15, 2021 | Catherine Day, USUF Intern
Since gaining its independence, Ukraine has made significant contributions to strengthening peace and harmony in war zones and protecting global stability. In 1992, the U.N. requested that the Ukrainian military […]
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Russia Says U.S., Allies 'Doomed to Failure' if They Try to Test Black Sea Borders
Jul 13, 2021 | Robert A. McConnell (comments)
Russia has warned that the United States and Western allies would not succeed if they sought to test the country's willingness to defend the borders it claims amid heightened tensions […]
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Russia's Bloody War in Ukraine
Jul 05, 2021 | Robert A. McConnell
On behalf of the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation’s Friends of Ukraine Network (FOUN) I pass along this information about Russia's bloody war against Ukraine. Here in the United States we prepare to […]
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THE UKRAINIAN CONSTITUTION AT 25: STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS…
Jun 30, 2021 | Markian Bilynskyj
On June 28, Ukraine celebrated the 25th anniversary of the ratification of its post-Soviet Constitution.   The document was adopted after a marathon all-night session that proceeded under a threat from President Leonind […]
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Collaboration and Change: Reinforcing Ukraine’s Military
Jun 28, 2021 | Angela Howard, USUF Intern
Russian aggression has cost the lives of thousands of Ukrainian servicemen and civilians, caused injury to tens of thousands of people, and displaced over a million residents of Eastern Ukraine. […]
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An Introduction to Ukraine’s Creative Economy
Jun 28, 2021 | Angela Howard, USUF Intern
Music, literature, clothing, and creative goods both reflect and shape the Ukrainian identity. The blending of traditional influences with the vision of contemporary artists weaves a story of the evolving—yet […]
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Yuri Kondratyuk: Born in Ukraine Visionary of the Lunar-Orbit Rendezvous Concept
Jun 21, 2021 | Oksana Sukhina
The head of Apollo Space Program John Houbolt and astronaut Neil Armstrong repeatedly publicly stated the crucial role of Ukrainian engineer Yuri Kondratyuk in both the success of the Apollo […]
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Amid International Discussions, Attacks Continue
Jun 18, 2021 | Angela Howard, USUF Intern
Concurrent with the recent G-7 summit, NATO Brussels summit, and meeting between presidents Biden and Putin, the international community has once again turned its attention to Russian aggression in Ukraine. […]
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