Reports say the ban proposed to Ukraine’s parliament members would require a book from Russia to have permission from a special public commission to be imported.
From the Frankfurt Book Fair Summer Academy, book industry consultant Iryna Baturevych offers an insider look at post-Soviet book markets and the international ambitions of publishers working there.
Nielsen sees 55 percent of those surveyed on global consumer confidence saying that in the fourth quarter of 2015, they believed the were in recession.
At a Frankfurt Book Fair training course, publishers from the Ukraine, Georgia and Armenia learned strategies to become more globally competitive.
Translator Steve Komarnyckyj describes the triumph of modestly published book of Ukrainian poetry on the global stage and what it says about the world.
Historically, the Ukrainian language has been oppressed, and from 2000-2013, just 4 books were translated into English, something which impoverishes us all.
A new literature festival in Odessa on the Black Se , featuring Ukrainians and Russians together, underscored the role literature plays in civil discourse.
The Audiovisual and Radio State Committee of the Ukraine has found 38, mostly political science books, “anti-Ukrainian” and banned them.
Book publishing and literary culture is playing a increasingly important role in the Ukraine’s defense of its independence.
IPR License looks at what’s happening in the rights and publishing scene in the Ukraine, which is refashioning itself amid ongoing contretemps with Russia.