Andriy Lyubka [pictured] will read excerpts from his novel Carbide, which is a dark comedy about one Ukrainian writer’s romantic attempt to make his people one with the European Union.


When: Tue., Oct. 3, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Where: Peter Jay Sharp Theater 

416 W. 42nd St.
Price: $25 event only; $45 with book
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Public invited to this free Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University by Mariana Budjeryn (Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center) entitled “Inheriting the Bomb: Soviet Collapse and Denuclearization of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine, 1990-1994

 September 26, 2017, 12Noon, Marshall D. Shulman Seminar Room (Room 1219 International Affairs Building) – Free and open to the public


Three portraits of three unforgettable women


[See Editor’s Note below]


One viewer observed that the film “is not about a saint.” Rather, “it is the story of a man who loved and was loved. And by the way, there isn’t any pornography. There are several bed scenes but they as in the anecdote aren’t really past. Soft eroticism, no more than that.  In one scene, the ballerina’s breast is glimpsed – a beautiful one at that.”


Associate Professor of the Department of Religious Studies and Theology of the National University “Ostroh Academy” Mykhailo Yakubovych [file photo].


Monday, June 19, 2017

2:00pm - 3:30pm, 5th Floor Conference Room

Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC

After three years of illegal occupation of Crimea by Russia, the Woodrow Wilson Center of the Kennan Institute hosts a discussion of a new book by three noted experts on the subject.

Jihad is spreading violence -- and succeeding. Of the last sixteen years, notes Ayaan Hirsi Ali in her new book, The Challenge of Dawa, the worst year for terrorism was 2014, with ninety-three countries experiencing attacks and 32,765 people killed.


Harvard University invites you to meet the author. Events are free, open to the public, and held in the Center for Government and International Studies (CGIS) South Building, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge.


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