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Imagine approaching the fridge to get your morning orange juice and it greets you by name wishing you a wonderful day; the TV as well as your Smartphone recognizing you before turning on; the computer unlocking when you face it, or the safe opening only after it acquires the positive facial scan.

14/12  Facial Recognition – Technological Revolution or Privacy Havoc?

  by Vilyen Pidgornyy

Imagine approaching the fridge to get your morning orange juice and it greets you by name wishing you a wonderful day; the TV as well as your Smartphone recognizing you before turning on; the computer unlocking when you face it, or the safe opening only after it acquires the positive facial scan.
A third country should share the values of the EU and not merely have a will to simplify bilateral trade procedures. Specifically due to this legal provision Association Agreement is widely perceived as a tool for further “democratization” of young democracies.

21/11  The Whos and Whys of the EU Association Agreement

  by Maryna Khorunzha

A third country should share the values of the EU and not merely have a will to simplify bilateral trade procedures. Specifically due to this legal provision Association Agreement is widely perceived as a tool for further “democratization” of young democracies.
Experimenter Keith Chen gives a disc-shaped slice of cucumber to a monkey. After chewing on the treat and realizing it wasn’t tasty, the monkey tries to trade...

14/11  Will E-Dollar Steal the Show From Good Old Paper Buck?

  by Maria Ivanova

Experimenter Keith Chen gives a disc-shaped slice of cucumber to a monkey. After chewing on the treat and realizing it wasn’t tasty, the monkey tries to trade...
So, is it really worth for smaller and less prosperous countries to get involved with major sports tournaments? Or, may be, participation in the Olympics is to become the domain of rich and more populated nations? What is the trigger factor for a country to be successful at major sports tournaments?

13/09  Small Countries vs. Large Economies in the Olympics – Fair Game or Foul Play

  by Vilyen Pidgornyy

So, is it really worth for smaller and less prosperous countries to get involved with major sports tournaments? Or, may be, participation in the Olympics is to become the domain of rich and more populated nations? What is the trigger factor for a country to be successful at major sports tournaments?
Have you ever thought why the world’s nations spend so much money and effort on training their Olympic sportsmen?

07/09  Olympic Games vs. Country Image

  by Maryna Khorunzha

Have you ever thought why the world’s nations spend so much money and effort on training their Olympic sportsmen?
In the age when everyone wants to be young, politicians quickly figured out that speaking to the young meant reaching to the whole population...

21/08  Snobby Political Parties Spin Out of the Box

  by Maria Ivanova

In the age when everyone wants to be young, politicians quickly figured out that speaking to the young meant reaching to the whole population...
I am definitely excited to fly back to the United States and see my friends and family. In addition, being able to...

14/08  What I Will Miss About Ukraine

  by Mary Brune

I am definitely excited to fly back to the United States and see my friends and family. In addition, being able to...
My final days in Ukraine quickly approaching, I wanted to take full advantage of my remaining time on this side of the world. After receiving...

14/08  Kharkiv: Exploring the Eastern Ukrainian City

  by Mary Brune

My final days in Ukraine quickly approaching, I wanted to take full advantage of my remaining time on this side of the world. After receiving...
It has always been prestigious to be associated with major sports events such as Olympics, World Cup or UEFA Championships. The right to host such an event comes with civic pride, psychological satisfaction and great responsibility as well as a hefty price tag.

01/08  Hosting Major Sports Event – Recipe for Success or Disaster?

  by Vilyen Pidgornyy

It has always been prestigious to be associated with major sports events such as Olympics, World Cup or UEFA Championships. The right to host such an event comes with civic pride, psychological satisfaction and great responsibility as well as a hefty price tag.
So what is a girl to do with a whole day to herself in a city she has only just begun to explore? Well, get lost in it, of course!..

30/07  Getting Lost in Kyiv

  by Mary Brune

So what is a girl to do with a whole day to herself in a city she has only just begun to explore? Well, get lost in it, of course!..
The hype around the Summer Olympic Games opening in London today (Friday) is in full media frenzy. Do a Google search for “Olympics” even with filters “last month” and “news” and some 155,000,000 results still return...

27/07  How Are the Olympics Worth Our While?

  by Maria Ivanova

The hype around the Summer Olympic Games opening in London today (Friday) is in full media frenzy. Do a Google search for “Olympics” even with filters “last month” and “news” and some 155,000,000 results still return...
The UN pioneered the concept of peacekeeping in 1948. Honorable as it sounds, the missions turned to be less successful than theory. There is no denial that peacekeeping has been both overly romanticized and widely slammed by many.

23/07  Peacekeeping or Just a Proxy War?

  by Maria Ivanova

The UN pioneered the concept of peacekeeping in 1948. Honorable as it sounds, the missions turned to be less successful than theory. There is no denial that peacekeeping has been both overly romanticized and widely slammed by many.
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