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About Andriy Ianitskyi

Born in Sevastopol in 1983, Andriy Ianitskyi has lived in Kyiv since 2007 after graduating from the Sevastopol branch of Moscow State University. He works as a journalist and editor in the business media, including Ukrainian News, Kommersant-Ukraine, Delo, as well as the online political publication LB.ua.

Articles by Andriy Ianitskyi

This week's editor

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Crimean Tatar TV back on air

After a two-month hiatus, the world's only Crimean Tatar TV station is back on air. Only now it's in Kyiv, not Simferopol. на русском языке

 

What has gone wrong with reform in Ukraine?

International_Monetary_Fund_logo.svg_.png - Ssolbergj - Wiki.pngWhat has gone wrong with reform in Ukraine? There will be no IMF bailout without economic, political and social reform. So why do Ukrainian politicians drag their feet?

 

 

The high price of democracy in Ukraine

Logo_of_the_Verkhovna_Rada_of_Ukraine.pngUkraine is almost bankrupt. The budget for 2015 is unrealistic. Root and branch reform has stalled. There is a war still going in the east of the country. Where now? На русском языке.

 

Crimean elections Russian style

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This Sunday, 14 September, Crimeans go to the polls to confirm Russian sovereignty over their region.

 

Ukraine is struggling to cope with a flood of internal refugees

Ukraine is faced with a flood of IDPs (internally displaced persons). But what are the authorities doing? на русском языке

 

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