Russian Aggression

Russian Aggression
April 10, 2019

Not only Ukraine: How Russian Narratives Influence British Media

In the last few years it has become increasingly apparent that Ukraine is not the only target of Russian “active measures” in the information area. The US, EU member...
Russian Aggression
March 25, 2019

“Serialized Disinformation”: Protecting the International Community

On 12 February 2019, Ukraine’s Ministry of Information Policy (MIP) presented a 384-page-long study titled “White Paper of Special Information Operations Against...
Russian Aggression
March 20, 2019

Interview With Military Expert: How Russia Uses The Arms Trade To Expand Its Global Influence

Russia remains one of the biggest global arms exporters. It uses the trade in weapons to not only earn money, but to expand its global geopolitical influence.
Russian Aggression
February 14, 2019

We Do Far More than Meddle in Foreign Elections, Top Putin Aide Taunts

On February 11, Vladislav Surkov, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s key aides and ideologists, published a reveling article called “Putin’s Long State.” It...
Russian Aggression
February 8, 2019

Is the Kremlin Really Afraid of a Farmer?

Birthdays are typically lavish affairs in Ukraine. But not for Volodymyr Balukh, who will spend his third birthday in prison for the simple act of displaying a Ukrainian...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...