In the period from 1 to 12 of December 2012 the company Research & Branding Group conducted the public opinion poll of Ukrainians’ regarding their attitude to happiness. The data was collected by means of personal interviewing in 24 regions of Ukraine and the AR Crimea, in the cities of Kiev and Sevastopol.
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20 december 2012
21 december 2012
Within yesterday's press conference the sociologist, founder of company «Research & Branding Group» Yevgen Kopatko presented results of all-Ukrainian survey "Ukrainian index of happiness."read more
20 december 2012
December 19, 2013 in Brussels, the regular discussion in the framework of cooperation European Policy Center Foundation and Ukrainian politics took place. The participants discussed the results of the parliamentary elections and their impact on relations between the EU and Ukraine.read more
23 december 2011
Destabilization in Kazakhstan has emphasized one more tension point in Eurasia. Central Asian republic has carried on the tendencies marked in other countries of North America and Middle East and became the first CIS country where the rebellion in 2011 resulted numerous victims. It is quite symptomatically but the tensions were growing in Kazakhstan – the most problem-free state of Central Asia which was positioned within the latest years as a standard of liberal reforms.read more
22 november 2011
The main surprise of the Election law became not so much its final form as the level of support (“for” – 366) including the opposition. Such “almost consensus” enabled the power to demonstrate European Union democracy of the law, and EU to confirm this democracy.What did the opposition whose votes were needed only “for external use” receive in return? As the PR has a solid majority without votes of the Block of Julia Timoshenko – “Bat’kivshchyna” and deputies close to “Front of changes” of Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
31 october 2011
Today in Ukrainian political spectrum in view of de facto participation of the Communistic party in the parliamentary majority and the “ruling coalition” there is no in the least bit significant left opposition. Other dwarf left forces are loyal to power (SPU of Alexander Moroz), “Public power” of Joseph Vinskiy, “Justice” of Stanislav Nikolaenko) or consider nationalists their main enemies and blame the valid power in indulging the rights (PSPU of Natalia Vitrenko, KPRS of Leonid Grach).