Yulia Tymoshenko

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  • Corrupt Politics, President 's Escape And More For New Ukraine

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    Corrupt politics, president’s escape and more to New Ukraine. Introduction Ukraine made the news a lot in the past year, but for anything Ukraine discovered or made. In the past year the country has been in crisis due to the events that started off as a riot for Ukraine becoming a part of EU and leading to annexation of Crimea and war in east part of the country. Ukraine has been ruled by corrupt politicians and oligarchs and has been strongly influenced by Russia. These two countries always had

  • Crisis in Ukraine Essay

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    unrest in Ukraine started when Yanukovych declined an EU deal that the citizens wanted him to agree with. Matthews said, “One of the demands that the EU wanted to do, in the free trade and political cooperation, was the freeing of the Prime Minister Yulia Tymosherko” (Danilova). People in the west did not really follow Yanukovych, so Matthews said, “Yanukovych has never really been president of the western part of Ukraine” (Matthews 162). It was out of balance in Ukraine Matthews also said, “People

  • Essay on Expand Ukraine’s Political Ambitions

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    The month of November in Ukraine was interesting, to say the least. Politically, the Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovych attempts to reform amending bills, while also socially ignoring the decline in press freedom. However, a major noteworthy article appeared on the stands: Ukraine goes offshore. This article is probably one of the most important events that occurred in November, which discusses revenue lost on offshore tax schemes. As an attempt to electronically expand Ukraine’s political

  • The Media and THe Ucranie Crisis Essay

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    This paper will discuss the dominant political ideologies presented in news coverage regarding the Ukraine crisis. Tensions within Ukraine started escalating in November of 2013 when Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych rejected a European Union trade deal and accepted a loan offered by Russia to relieve Ukraine’s financial strain (Hepburn, 2014). Many Ukrainian’s want a European trade deal to strengthen European relations and eliminate their ties with the Russian government (Hepburn, 2014). Civilians

  • Essay about The Rise of Colonies and the Causes of Revolutions

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    The Rise of Colonies and the Causes of Revolutions Imperialism is known as taking over the political and military aspects of a territory and colonialism is the movement of a large amount of people from their home area to the newly seized region. Imperialism usually occurs first over an area and then comes the colonialism period of the newly apprehended territory (Soomo, 2013a). Discussion Discovery of North America occurred in 1492 by Christopher Columbus. There were already millions of Native

  • Communism And The Soviet Union

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    Have you ever had a case of the hiccups that you just couldn’t seem to get rid of? You tried all the tricks in the book, from holding your breath, to standing upside down, but those pestering hiccups still stuck around? In a sense, many Eastern European countries had a persistent case of the hiccups, during the early 1990s, which they were trying to shake. Except this wasn’t your average case of the hiccups, these hiccups were called communism. Following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, most

  • The Political Crisis Of Crimea

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    Topic Overview (300 words): The situation in Crimea is one that is considered to be one of the most complex geo-political crisis that Europe has ever faced. When discussing this topic, the region of Crimea refers to the autonomous republic within Ukraine which lies on a peninsula from the south of Ukraine, between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.3 It is important to note that the region of Crimea contains a majority of ethnically Russian population. Although these individuals are still Ukrainian

  • Ukraine Case Study

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    Introduction: The educational challenges endured by the Ukrainian government and its citizens is a suitable option for the final comparison paper against Finland. Ukraine shares a longstanding history with Russia having only attained independence in 1991, and aimed to cultivate a relationship with Western Europe, particularly the European Union (EU). Discouragingly, twenty six years after independence Ukraine wrestles with a depleted economy inherited from former and first President Leonid

  • Ukraine Economy and Politics

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    The average workers in Ukraine are most likely in the labor market in agriculture, pharmaceutics, FMCG, and industries such as chemicals and more. The unemployment rate in Ukraine is 8%, which has increased, compared to the last couple of years. Their working conditions are very similar to the United States. Holidays for them are 24 calendar days of annual vacation plus addition vacation days and the payroll taxes start at 36.7% to 49.7%. Ukraine payroll payouts twice every month and the minimum

  • The Russian Invasion Of The Ukraine

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    The Russian Invasion of the Ukraine Matthew M. Morris Northern Arizona University INT301 – Intelligence and National Security Professor: MAJ Jeremy W. Thompson 26 September 2015 The Russian Invasion of the Ukraine The conflict and subsequent invasion of the Ukraine by Russia came as a surprise to many people in the world, including to the United States intelligence community. This surprise move by the Russian government caused many members of Congress to point the blame at the intelligence