Ukraine

UKRAINE IN THE MIRROR OF FOREIGN ONLINE MEDIA AFTER THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR IN ISRAEL

This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the portrayal of Ukraine in foreign online media such as BBC, CNN, The New York Times, The Guardian following the outbreak of war in Israel, highlighting the interconnectedness of international conflicts and their media coverage. Initially, the article explores the immediate shift in media focus, scrutinizing how major online outlets adjusted their attention from the ongoing situation in Ukraine to the emerging conflict in Israel.

Improving administrative decision-making processes in Ukraine by ensuring their publicity under martial law

Problem statement. The requirement to make timely and correct administrative decisions is  relevant for public management at any level, in all countries  and in all historical periods. Therefore, many managers wonder how to develop a mechanism for making such a decision. There are conditions in which the administrative decision-making process acquires additional complications.

WAR AND HERITAGE: EXPERIENCE OF PRESERVING CULTURAL IDENTITY

The culture and conflicts have always been intertwined throughout the history of humanity. During armed conflicts, deliberate targeting of cultural heritage sites takes place. The aggressor's goal is not only the occupation of lands but also the imposition of a different ideology and the erasure of historical memory. As cultural heritage is a component of cultural identity, it can also be directly attacked for ideological reasons, as we can observe in Ukraine.

Relations Between Ukraine and Israel Within the Framework of the United Nations: Key Interests and Disagreements (Review Article)

The article analyzes the peculiarities of the formation and implementation of Ukraine's position on the issue of the Palestinian territories in UN institutions and Israel attitude toward Russian invasion of Ukraine. There are important differences in the military and political interests of Ukraine and Israel. Thus, the institutions of the UN have become the international forum where the differences between Ukraine and Israel show themselves especially clearly.

Challenges of the metallurgical industry of Ukraine in the current conditions

The relevance of the study is due to the full-scale invasion of the territory of our country by the enemy, which led to the suspension of the work of most Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises in the East of Ukraine, and caused a significant decrease in planned indicators and production volumes. The constant attacks on energy infrastructure also negatively affected the operations of such enterprises. Since March 2022, mining and metals companies in the government-controlled areas of Ukraine have continued to operate at a loss.

SPECIFICITY AND MAIN CONSEQUENCES OF IMPACT OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC ON THE 2020 LOCAL ELECTIONS IN UKRAINE (Review Article)

The article is dedicated to the research of peculiarities of impact of the coronavirus pandemic on electoral process and voting results on the example of 2020 local elections in Ukraine. Using the complex of general scientific, logical and empirical methods, the peculiarities and problems of holding elections to local self-government bodies of Ukraine in 2020, which took place in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors argue that Ukrainian authorities didn’t follow the path of most foreign countries and decided not to postpone the date of local elections in 2020.

NATIONAL AND REGIONAL TELEMARATHONS DURING THE WAR: COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS

Television was and remains one of the most powerful means of mass communication. Its influence is particularly noticeable in the period of large-scale wars, because then information becomes not just information, regardless of the form of its presentation, but a tool of counter-propaganda, an element of national security, and the dissemination of information - an opportunity to convey the truth, which is vital for society and the state, to the consumer of information about the real state of affairs.

Features of the export of certified dairy products to the European Union countries in the conditions of Russian aggression in Ukraine

The article attempts to investigate the peculiarities of exporting domestically produced dairy products to the European Union countries in the conditions of full-scale invasion and aggression of the occupier of russia. It caused colossal moral and material losses and damages for Ukraine, including for all sectors of the economy and infrastructural sectors of the economy. Among other sectors of the economy, the production of dairy products in the structure of food production suffered significant damage.

REVIEW OF UKRAINIAN, SLOVAKIAN AND SERBIAN MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT: COMPARATIVE STUDY

The Carpathian Euroregion comprises of five countries: Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine, as the Euroregion's fifth state, aspires to join the EU. As a result, we chose to compare Slovak Republic as an EU member state and Serbia and Ukraine as candidate countries. To support waste reduction and a circular economy, European law establishes waste management principles incorporated into national legislation across all EU member states. The key document of Slovakia is the Envirostrategy 2030, which sets a target of 60% recycling and 10% landfilling by 2030.