Ukraine Explained
May 14, 2019

Life in a Valise: Installation About Displaced Persons Unveiled in Kyiv

How much of one’s life can fit into a suitcase? This is the question that around 1.5 million Ukrainian internally displaced persons have dealt with for the past 5 years. Russia’s continuing war...
Russian Aggression
May 6, 2019

Children as a Tool: How Russia Militarizes Kids in the Donbas and Crimea

With an eye to the future, officials in the Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine are waging a campaign of “patriotic education” aimed at reaching the hearts and minds of those most susceptible...
Ukraine Explained
May 3, 2019

NATO's anniversaries: is Ukraine invited for a birthday party?

The year 2019 is filled with NATO celebrations: 70th anniversary of the Alliance and the 10th anniversary of the NATO Liaison Office in Ukraine. Alongside this, support for NATO membership among...
Ukraine Explained
May 3, 2019

Eat in Ukraine: The 10 tastiest Ukrainian dishes

Ukrainian food is delicious but still not well-known around the world. Here is a brief overview of the 10 most outstanding Ukrainian dishes.
Ukraine Explained
April 30, 2019

You Can Learn A Lot About Ukraine By Watching Its Football

Ukrainian football, which managed to survive shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union, embarked on a new model of development beginning from the 2000s. The start of the new millennium in...
Ukraine Explained
April 30, 2019

Hot Wet Ukrainian Summer: Ten Interesting Summer Festivals in Ukraine

We have selected the best music and art festivals right across Ukraine, which would be a perfect summer trip destination.
Infowars
April 26, 2019

#WordsAndWars Digest 6: What Does the Kremlin Really Think about Volodymyr Zelenskiy?

Russian President Vladimir Putin did not congratulate Volodymyr Zelenskiy on his presidential election victory. It does not mean the Kremlin refused to support him though. If we look at the news...
Ukraine Explained
April 25, 2019

Ukraine’s Language Law in Questions and Answers

On April 25th Ukraine’s Parliament adopted the Law “On Functioning of Ukrainian Language as a State Language”. Here we explain the key provisions of the law in questions and answers.
Infowars
April 24, 2019

#WordsAndWars Digest 5: The Kremlin’s Top Eight Lies about the Second Round of Ukraine’s Presidential Race

On April 21, Ukraine had the second round of its presidential election. And it looks like the Kremlin’s media had little doubts which candidate to support.
Ukraine Explained
April 24, 2019

Zelenskiy’s populism 2.0. What it means for Ukraine

The political plan of President-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy is largely unknown. Will his presidency be as unique as his rise to power?