Russian Aggression
December 5, 2018

Does Ukraine need a martial law? Сomments by Ukrainian security and military experts

After Russia attacked and seized Ukrainian ships and sailors in the Black Sea on November 25th, Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko suggested introducing a martial law in the country. Poroshenko’s...
Russian Aggression
December 3, 2018

The Azov Crisis Explained: an interview with security expert Hanna Shelest

On November 25, Russia opened fire on three Ukrainian ships in the Kerch Strait and then seized them. Ukraine blamed Russia of military aggression and violation of both international law and...
Russian Aggression
November 28, 2018

Russia Openly Attacks Ukraine. Why Now?

On November 25, Russia opened fire on three Ukrainian ships in the Kerch Strait and then seized them. On November 26, Kyiv imposed martial law in ten regions for thirty days as a response to...
Ukraine Explained
November 27, 2018

Masterpieces of Ukrainian literature: 7 works (or more) you can read in English

Ukrainian fiction is still a terra incognita for many reading people worldwide. For one thing, most people outside of Ukraine simply don't speak the language. And there's also a post-colonial...
Russian Aggression
November 12, 2018

Russia Shows its Military Might in the Black Sea and Beyond

Since illegally annexing Crimea in 2014, Russia has drastically increased its military presence in the Black Sea region. The Kremlin’s dominance may be temporary given NATO’s greater capacities,...
Infowars
November 9, 2018

Taming the Hydra: How to Resist Kremlin’s Information Aggression?

This paper is based upon Ukraine’s experience of facing Russian information warfare, placed into a global context. For the international audience, this document may be useful because it explains...
Ukraine Explained
November 1, 2018

Innovations Make Ukraine More Comfortable for Disabled People

Although Ukraine is not the best-adapted country when it comes to accommodating disability, some Ukrainian innovations aim to better engage disabled people into social life. These efforts have...
Russian Aggression
October 31, 2018

10 Names Russia Hopes You'll Never Know

Since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014, Moscow and its proxies have put dozens of Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar political prisoners behind bars. However, there are many other people in Russian prisons...
Reforms
October 22, 2018

Open letter calling on Ukraine not to jeopardize publications in EU languages

We, the undersigned, took notice of the draft law on Ukrainian state language No 5670-d (http://w1.c1.rada.gov.ua/pls/zweb2/webproc4_1?pf3511=61994), which passed the first reading in the parliament.
VIDEO
October 16, 2018

Why Church Autocephaly Is Important for Ukraine

Ukraine aspires to get its church to go away from Russian patriarchate and become "autocephalous." Why is it important? How is Russia using orthodoxy as its soft power? What will happen after...