Infowars
September 13, 2019

Fire and fury: anti-Ukrainian hate speech on Russian social networks

With VK, a Russian social network, finding itself the subject of sanctions in Ukraine, its pro-Russian users are flooding Ukraine-related discussions with hate speech.
PODCAST
September 10, 2019

Ep. 15 - Information and Cyber Security

Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (Ukraine World, Internews Ukraine) welcomes to the studio Dmitri Teperik, chief executive of International Center for Defense and Security in Tallinn and program director...
Russian Aggression
September 9, 2019

What Price Did Ukraine Pay for Prisoner Exchange?

A historic exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and Russia took place on September 7. Thirty-five Ukrainians were released from Russian prisons and returned home. Amid joy and relief, many wonder...
Ukraine Explained
September 5, 2019

Ukraine’s De-Communization: Pros and Cons

Recent political changes in Ukraine have put de-communization in an in-between situation. It`s time to look again at retrospective, opinions and new challenges for de-communization in Ukraine.
Reforms
August 30, 2019

Ukraine Urged to Get Ready for Post-Conflict Justice

Setting out an agenda to deal with human rights abuses and prosecute perpetrators of crimes committed during the war in Ukraine is a complex but crucial challenge facing the country’s new government.
Infowars
August 28, 2019

Memocracy: What role social networks played in Ukraine’s parliamentary vote

The social media activity of both political parties, as well as ordinary users, largely defined the results of the snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine. While little has changed in the behaviour...
Opinions
August 23, 2019

Violence and anti-violence. Ukraine between Russia and Europe

Western Europe’s culture of anti-violence continues to exert a magnetic pull on Ukrainian society. But will that be enough to resist Russia’s twenty-first century politics of dog-eat-dog?
Opinions
August 22, 2019

Russia, G7 and International Organizations: Where is the Red Line?

Talk about Russia's return to G7 continues a dangerous trend started by Russia's return to PACE. So, we ask: where is the red line?
VIDEO
August 20, 2019

Who are the Ukrainian prisoners of Kremlin?

Since its intervention in Ukraine, Russia has imprisoned around 118 Ukrainians on political grounds. We have listed the cases of just some of them for you to know about Russia’s new GULAG. This...
Infowars
August 20, 2019

Peacetime and Crisis Information Hygiene in Ukraine: takeaways from Estonian Festival

Following a public call for ideas, the Festival’s programme includes those topics that matter most to its participants. Russian-speaking participants raised a conversation about information hygiene...