Russian Aggression

Russian Aggression
June 26, 2017

Ukraine Re-thinking Its Approach to Donbas War: Key Things to Know

After more than three years which have passed since the start of the war in Eastern Ukraine, Ukrainian government has come up with ideas about a new plan for de-occupation...
Russian Aggression
May 30, 2017

Symbolic expansion: how Putin annexes history, not only territories

On May 29th, in Versailles, during a joint press conference with French president Emmanuel Macron, Russian leader Vladimir Putin said that relations between France...
Russian Aggression
April 13, 2017

Who’s Up and Who’s Down in Eastern Ukraine

The Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) are self-proclaimed entities that emerged in spring 2014 in eastern Ukraine thanks to massive...
Russian Aggression
April 10, 2017

What’s Behind the Flare-Up in Eastern Ukraine?

On January 29, the fighting in Avdiivka, a town in eastern Ukraine within Ukrainian government-controlled territory, seriously escalated.
Russian Aggression
April 10, 2017

Why Asking For ‘Painful Concessions’ From Ukraine is Wrong

Late 2016 and early 2017 saw the emergence of a possibly new information campaign aimed to prepare ground for Ukraine’s future geopolitical U-turn. The campaign’s...
Russian Aggression
April 10, 2017

Ten Things You Should Know about Russian Involvement in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin denies involvement in the conflict in Ukraine’s east. Despite his continued denials of Russia’s involvement in the so-called Donetsk...