ARTICLES BY IURII MYKHAILOV
Ukrainian-Russian war: The Further On, The Stranger By: 12/11/2014 @ 3:42pm

On the onset of World War II after the invasion of German troops into Poland in September 1939, the United Kingdom and France declared war on Germany. But for about 9 months, there were no any significant…

Ukraine: War Slowed Shift to More Corn Acres By: 10/30/2014 @ 1:40pm

Grain production in the Black Sea region is determined by three principal players: Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. (Though Kazakhstan is a landlocked country, up until now, most of its grain was exported…

Ukraine Grain Exports To Rise By: 10/21/2014 @ 10:15am

In Ukraine, this year’s total grain crop is a record 64 million metric tons. Because of the annexation of Crimea and part of the Lugansk and Donetsk oblasts by Russia, the actual available crop is about 60.5…

Ukraine Harvest Ending, Eye on War Continues By: 09/29/2014 @ 10:33am

The Ukrainian harvest season is near the finishing line.The forecast for the harvest is as follows: total grains – 61.6 mln tons, of which winter wheat is 22.8 mln tons; spring wheat – 0.58 mln tons;…

Ukraine Update: War a Shot Away, Ports Eyed By: 09/01/2014 @ 9:09am

The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, on Saturday, August 30, after the meeting with Vladimir Putin, made a very troubling statement: "Ukraine is now at the crossroad." Just in a week or two, we will see…

Ukraine Update: High Risk of War By: 04/25/2014 @ 11:33am

This week, the Ukrainian military forces resumed the anti-terrorist operation (ATO). The hottest spot at the moment is Slaviansk (Donetsk oblast). This city has strategic significance since it is equidistant…

Corn Planting Enthusiasm Drops in Ukraine By: 04/08/2014 @ 4:00pm

The planting season in Ukraine has started with some advance in time. The decrease in planting area for winter crops by 1 mln hectares to 7 mln hectares was caused by the shift to most profitable (during the…

Russian Invasion, Crimean Kidnappings, and Water Worries By: 03/21/2014 @ 10:51am

On March 19, the North-Crimean channel has been opened. The water began to fill first of all the irrigation systems in the Kherson oblast.The same day, the Russian security service (the descendant of the…

Policy issues plague Ukraine ag sector By: 02/28/2014 @ 9:34am

Despite the existence of the Ministry of the Agricultural Policy and Food of Ukraine, there was not and still there is no the coherent agricultural policy that could describe goals, means and outcomes to be…

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