Russian Aggression

InfoWatch
March 19, 2021

First Dependent: How Pro-Kremlin Media Is Trying to Get Around Sanctions

After sanctions were imposed on TV channels linked to pro-Russian oligarch Victor Medvedchuk, a new channel was set up to take their place. It claims to be “independent",...
Russian Aggression
March 18, 2021

Seven Years of Russian Occupation of Crimea: Where Are We Now?

7 years have passed since Russia invaded Crimea. In the span of a few weeks, the appearance of Russia's "little green men" turned into an illegal referendum on the...
Russian Aggression
March 17, 2021

Public Discussion: Is the Kremlin Preparing a New War against Ukraine?

Recent developments raise the question of whether the Kremlin is preparing a new war against Ukraine. Watch our discussion to know more!
Russian Aggression
November 6, 2020

Ukraine’s Political Prisoners In Russia: Who Are They?

More than a hundred Ukrainian political prisoners remain illegally detained in Russia and occupied Crimea. The majority of them are Crimean Tatars. Two hundred more...
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November 4, 2020

Presumption of Guilt: How Russia Imprisons Crimean Tatars in Occupied Crimea

The Russian occupational ‘government’ in Crimea has been persecuting and imprisoning Crimean Tatars since its illegal annexation of the peninsula in March 2014....
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October 28, 2020

What The World Should Know About The Ukrainian Prisoners Of The Kremlin, And Why

Despite a lack of media coverage, more than 100 Ukrainians are being illegally held as prisoners in Crimea and the Russian Federation, with hundreds more held captive...
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October 27, 2020

What Oleksandr Kolchenko’s Story Tells Us About Ukrainian Prisoners of the Kremlin

Oleksandr Kolchenko is one of the most well-known former political prisoners of the Kremlin. A year after his release, Kolchenko recounts his experience to remind...
Russian Aggression
October 22, 2020

How Oleg Sentsov’s Story Helps Us Understand The Destiny Of Ukrainian Political Prisoners in Russia

Since 2014, Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov has been the face of Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia. A year after his release, Sentsov’s memories of prison...
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July 16, 2020

MH17: Six Years On, Where Do We Stand?

July 17th marks the sixth anniversary of the tragic day when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine’s war-torn Donbas, taking the lives of 298...
Russian Aggression
April 16, 2020

With Easter Approaching, Russian Church Risks Jeopardizing Believers’ Health

While the pan-Ukrainian quarantine makes the various Christian churches seek ways to celebrate upcoming Easter weekend responsibly, the Russian church in Ukraine...