On a visit to Kyiv, Timothy Ash sees fearful politicians reasserting themselves against new anti-corruption agencies
Beating down corruption means beating economic stagnation and Russian aggression
Timothy Ash writes that reform drive may get lost in the wilderness of the16 month run up to March 2019 presidential election
Ambitious goals wind, solar and biogas; 11% of Ukraine's power in 2020 and 25% in 2035.
All talk, little action undermines support for a multi billion dollar 'Marshall Plan" to drive economic growth in Ukraine
Red tape is down. Public private partnerships will boost growth. But real estate forum attendees say downsides are: corruption, brain drain, and squeamish foreign bankers
Germany's vocational apprentice system provides a time tested model; train war vets for farm management?
Planned: major highway renovation, expansion of domestic flights, restoration of the Dnipro as a commercial artery. Needed: cities safe for cyclists
Farm leaders say: between modern silos and modern ports stands the state rail monopoly