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?
Lifeline Ukraine is Ukraine’s first fully professional suicide prevention and mental health support hotline. It will offer soldier-to-soldier counselling in a bid to overcome Ukrainian society’s mental health taboo
Booming Lviv International Airport almost doubled passenger numbers in 2018 while Donetsk International Airport lies in ruins as the ultimate monument to the futile destructiveness of Putin’s Ukraine War
Peter Zalmayev and Taras Berezovets hope their current affairs show The Week on Pryamiy channel will provide Ukrainian viewers with the necessary context to better understand the implications for Ukraine of contemporary geopolitical developments...
One of the leading figures in Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine War has admitted that his personal security detail during his time in eastern Ukraine consisted exclusively of monks from the Russian Orthodox Church’s Sviatohirsk Cave Monastery
Since 2014, disinformation has played a key role in Russia’s hybrid attack on Ukraine. Ukrainian audiences are now a key battleground in the international fight to improve media literacy and defend against the dangers of fake news
US President Donald Trump’s failure to make progress in the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is hardly surprising given the fate of Ukraine after the country surrendered the world’s third largest nuclear arsenal via the 1994 Budapest...
The 2018 World Cup in Russia is providing a massive image boost for Vladimir Putin that normalizes his policies of international aggression at a time when the Kremlin continues to wage war in neighboring Ukraine
Russian artillery attack on a residential district of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine killed 30 civilians and is regarded as one of the gravest war crimes committed by the Kremlin during its four-year covert military campaign in Ukraine