Ukraine Explained
October 12, 2019

Seven takeaways from Zelensky’s marathon press conference (and one surprise)

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky set a world record yesterday. He held the world’s longest press conference for any state leader in history.
Ukraine Explained
October 10, 2019

Ukraine & Space: 7 Things Worth Knowing

In Soviet times, Ukraine was famous for its rocket and space industry. On gaining independence, the country has retained its prestigious status as a space state, and now continues to develop...
October 9, 2019

Ukraine: a Book of Essays to be Presented in Germany

The book in English about Ukraine “Ukraine in Histories and Stories: Essays by Ukrainian intellectuals” will be presented in Germany: in Berlin (Oct 16), Frankfurt am Main (Oct 17), Frankfurt...
October 8, 2019

Split Orthodoxies: How Russia Portrayed Independence of Ukraine’s Church

Russia still has enormous influence over the information space of neighbouring countries. When Ukraine was seeking the Tomos (a decree on autocephaly from the Ecumenical Patriarchate) for its...
October 3, 2019

Ukraine Accepts Compromises on Donbas: Is this Good or Bad?

On October 1st, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that Ukraine has agreed to the so-called “Steinmeier formula”. This formula is a point of one of the hottest debates in Ukraine;...
October 1, 2019

Ukraine: A Book of Essays by Intellectuals in English

Internews Ukraine and UkraineWorld published a book “Ukraine in Histories and Stories: Essays by Ukrainian intellectuals” in English.
September 30, 2019

Beyond Religion: What media outlets in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine say about the autocephaly of Ukrainian Orthodoxy

The establishment of the independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine brings a fundamental change to Russian influence and soft power structure in post-Soviet countries. It revises the status of Moscow...
Ukraine Explained
September 27, 2019

TOP 5 Green Projects and Trends in Ukraine

As the host country for the notoriously deserted city of Chernobyl, and having its shores washed with the Black Sea that has been recognized as Europe's dirtiest sea, Ukraine has hardly been...
Ukraine Explained
September 27, 2019

On a Steady Track to Inclusive Education: What Has Ukraine Done So Far?

Inclusive education is quite a novelty in Ukraine, where the overall inclusion rate is just 7%. However, with Soviet-style segregation and neglect for people with disabilities in place, the country...
Ukraine Explained
September 26, 2019

Gas Transit, Liquefied Gas and Connectivity with Europe: Interview with DiXi Group

Energy-related issues revolving around Ukraine are as numerous as they are significant these days. Facing suspension of gas transit passing through its territory in 2020, Ukraine is under immense...