Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba believes today’s strengthening strategic partnership between Ukraine and Turkey can counter the threat posed by Russia and help guarantee the future security of the Black Sea region
The threat of a Kremlin revival hung over Ukraine’s 2019 election cycle but ultimately failed to materialize. After five years of Putin’s war, has Russia disenfranchised itself from Ukrainian democracy?
New legislation rebrands the conflict in eastern Ukraine unambiguously as a confrontation with the Kremlin and marks a deliberate shift away from earlier euphemistic talk of an Anti-Terrorist Operation
The spring 2014 invasion and annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula placed Russia on the wrong side of international law and set the country on a path towards escalating hybrid hostilities with the entire Western world
For the past three years, Russia has been waging an increasingly audacious hybrid war against the entire Western world. The end goals are to fatally undermine Western institutions and reverse the verdict of the Cold War. So far, the Kremlin is...
Ukraine’s 2013-14 popular uprising has become synonymous with the European Union Association Agreement that helped spark initial protests – but the demands voiced by millions of Ukrainians focused on basic human rights not EU integration