Category: Ukraine

  • Ukraine’s Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: a well-calculated project or an unwarranted risk?

    Ukraine’s Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: a well-calculated project or an unwarranted risk?

    Concerns have been raising among environmentalists and nuclear power engineers as Ukraine continues the loading of used fuel into the into the containerized dry storage systems of the new Chernobyl Interim Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility (ISF-2). Designed by Holtec International, the project poses dangerous risks to the global environment, and here is why. According […]

  • Ukraine’s another Church dissent is on edge

    The Ukrainian Orthodox Church has blamed Volodymyr Zelensky for pressure by the authorities. Its followers hoped to end persecution with the new Ukrainian President coming to power. Yet, Zelensky who stayed away from the Church affairs during the first months of his presidential term is taking on the course on further Church dissent started by […]

  • Ukraine on the brink of losing its last values

    With the current political regime and the policy that contradicts to the Ukraine’s national identity the country seems to be once again on the brink of a religious war. The conflict that started last year between the Ukraine’s Institute of Church and the national Parliament, The Verkhovna Rada, is getting to the new extreme today. […]

  • AND SO PASSES A WOMAN’S LIFE IN TURKEY

    AND SO PASSES A WOMAN’S LIFE IN TURKEY

    Note the eyes. They would tell exactly what they saw, wouldn’t they?

  • Ukraine Presidential Frontrunner Petro Poroshenko and His Secret Jewish Roots

    ‘Chocolate King’s’ Father Was Jew Who Took Wife’s Name By Cnaan Lipshiz (JTA) — Even in normal times, Kiev can feel like a city perpetually under construction. Potholes are “fixed” with flimsy coverings, ramshackle scaffolding clings precariously to the sides of buildings, and tangles of electric wires seem ever ready to combust. But since the […]