Monthly Archive: November 2014

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New Airline Market Rules Make No Sense

by Volodymyr Bilotkach, Editorial Board Member, VoxUkraine, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Newcastle University, and Co-Editor, Journal of Air Transport Management The view expressed in this post is endorsed by the Editorial Board of VoxUkraine   Among the talk...

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Naftogaz-Gazprom Arbitration: Who Is the Winner in the Gas War?

Dmytro Galagan, S.J.D. candidate, Central European University. On November 16, 2014, NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine (“Naftogaz”) and OJSC Gazprom (“Gazprom”) informed that they had filed lawsuits against each other at the Arbitration Institute of...

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Catch-22

by Samuel Charap, Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia, International Institute for Strategic Studies Ukraine’s reform agenda and the conflict with Russia are interrelated. By putting them in separate intellectual silos, analysts and policy-makers will be...

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Holodomor: It’s all about justice now

By Kateryna Dronova, granddaughter of Holodomor survivors Today, on Holodomor Memorial Day, we commemorate those who died of starvation during the great famine of the 1932-1933. This post describes the treacherous path to the...