Russian Aggression

Russian Aggression
March 6, 2018

Porous Restrictions: Why Sanctions Against Crimea’s Annexation Don’t Work

Economic pressure might be the key way to force Russia to stop its aggression against foreign countries. But it is not working in full as it was planned to. Numerous...
Russian Aggression
February 27, 2018

Canada’s Big Opportunity to Push Back Against Putin

Canada assumed the G7 presidency on January 1, 2018, and this platform offers a valuable opportunity to inject some new energy into the international response to...
Russian Aggression
February 9, 2018

Still Behind Bars: Who Are the Ukrainian “Prisoners of the Kremlin”?

On 16 January 2018, Volodymyr Balukh, a Ukrainian who lives in Russia-occupied Crimea, was sentenced to three years and seven months in a Russian prison and given...
Russian Aggression
December 14, 2017

Online Wars: How Ukrainians Live Without the Russian Internet

Blocking of Russian Internet services forcing Ukrainians to change their virtual life patterns.
Russian Aggression
December 8, 2017

“Words and Wars.” A Book About Kremlin Propaganda

This analytical publication was compiled by NGO Internews Ukraine with the support of the European Union and the International Renaissance Foundation within the...
Russian Aggression
November 22, 2017

Russian Blackmail In The Council Of Europe?

The Council of Europe (CoE) could become the first European institution to lift sanctions imposed on Russia by its Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) for annexing Crimea...
Russian Aggression
August 29, 2017

US “seriously considers” lethal weapons for Ukraine. Will it happen this time?

Kurt Volker, the newly appointed US Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations additionally confirmed in an interview for Financial Times that the US administration...
Russian Aggression
July 20, 2017

MH-17 flight downed 3 years ago. How much do we know now?

On 17 July 2014 — three years ago — Malaysian airlines flight MH-17 was downed over the war-torn Donbas. For many countries this tragedy has been a first serious...
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...