THIRTY YEARS OF UKRAINE'S INDEPENDENCE: ACHIEVEMENTS, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the scientific-theoretical journal "Philosophical Thought" on the occasion of the anniversary of our state organized a round table, which took place on June 25, 2021 online. The video conference moderated by Anatoliy Yermolenko and Serhiy Yosypenko lasted almost five hours - supposedly too much for such a format, but not enough to understand the fullness and diversity of socio-political problems facing our country during these thirty years of its development. The jubilee event was opened by Corresponding Member of the NAS of Ukraine Anatoliy Yermolenko, who greeted the participants and introduced guests from other institutions of the Academy: Yevhen Golovakha from the Institute of Sociology, Oleksandr Maiboroda from the Institute of Political and Ethnonational Studies named after I.F. Kuras and a participant in many Ukrainian revolutions Oles Doni (Center for the Study of Political Values). The round table was held in an open atmosphere, which combined a high level of professionalism and sincere civic interest of the participants, it showed the breadth of the problem field and outlined promising areas for new research. Most of the participants of the round table prepared theses of their reports, which we offer to the readers' attention. Happy Independence Day, Ukraine!
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