Fresh faces! Clear eyes! Glossy lengths! Welcome to Ukraine, where the women have some of the best skin, hair, and nails in the world. So what, we wondered, is their secret: Is it endless trips to the banya? Or daily meals of nutrient-packed borscht?
Among several attributes of facial appearance, masculinity is considered as one of the most important ones as it is associated with different traits which can affect decision-making. These traits include actual dominant behaviour, behaviour of sensation seeking, aggression , cheating and deception or competition and risk-taking. These links between facial masculinity and traits are even more important in the context of politics since some of them are highly politically relevant e. Using the list of Presidents started from John Adams and ended by Ronald Reagan, they estimated the width-to-height ratio ratios see Table 1.
What is the future of Europe?
In mid, the old and the new pro-Russian parties in Ukraine entered turbulent times. As soon as President Volodymyr Zelenskyi started shaping the politics with sanctions of the National Security and Defense Council, particularly the sanctions against Medvedchuk, the parties relying on the voters in the east and south took a hard hit. This week, court has extended pretrial house arrest to Viktor Medvedchuk who was charged with treason. Here are the highlights of the analysis. From the times of the first elections in until the elections, there were as many pro-Western voters in Ukraine as pro-Russian ones. After the Russian aggression, pro-Russian parties lost a few million supporters all at once. Deputy director of the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology Anton Hrushetskyi says voters of national-democratic forces outnumber those of pro-Russian forces. Some per cent are critical of the government and can be targeted by pro-Russian parties.
A Ukrainian national has been extradited to the United States, where he faces charges of hacking and stealing computer passwords, the U. Justice Department said on September 8. Glib Ivanov-Tolpintsev, 28, is suspected of hacking into tens of thousands of computers to steal passwords that he later sold to criminals on the dark web. The Ukrainian national was arrested in Poland in October and transferred to the United States under an extradition treaty between the two countries. He faces charges of conspiracy, trafficking in unauthorized access devices, and trafficking in computer passwords that could land him in prison for up to 17 years. During his activities, Ivanov-Tolpintsev claimed the botnet was capable of decrypting the passwords of at least 2, computers every week. Once the login credentials were sold on a dark web website, the passwords were used to conduct illegal activity, including tax fraud and ransomware attacks, according to the indictment.