All eyes on Ukraine? Slovakia’s troubled neighbour in light of regional elections

Posted on 27. October 2015 by Zuzana Novakova Ukraine’s regional elections on 25 October come within complex conditions, hardly imaginable some two years ago at the outbreak of the “Euromaidan” protests in Ukraine. Next Sunday’s vote catches the country conflict-torn and its population struggling amid socio-economic difficulties. The controversies surrounding the elections are indicative of much … Continue reading All eyes on Ukraine? Slovakia’s troubled neighbour in light of regional elections

Presidential elections. One day in Ukraine

Posted on 16. May 2014 by Ulyana Vynyarchuck Currently studying as an Erasmus Mundus student in Rome, having left most of my family and friends back in the city of Lviv (Western Ukraine), my daily morning check up of news from home has turned into a torture.  And it is not that the news reports have … Continue reading Presidential elections. One day in Ukraine