What Makes Ukraine a Valuable Asset for NATO?

Compelling arguments that prove Ukraine should become a NATO member.
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Anniversary of the Russian invasion - where does Ukraine stand? - Weekly, 19-25 February

Ukraine commemorated the end of the second year since the commencement of Russia's full-scale war, a testament to its century-long struggle ...
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10 Years of Annexation: Crimea's Decade-Long Stand Against the Criminal Russian Regime

What methods does the Russian occupation administration employ, and how does the local population in Crimea oppose it?
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Major causes of Russia's invasion of Ukraine

These are the issues relating to identity, political values, and ethics. More - in our "Explaining Ukraine" podcast.
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Kherson: One Year After Liberation

Kherson, a large city in southern Ukraine, was occupied by the Russian army for 8 months in 2022. It was liberated by the Ukrainians in Nove...
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“I want to live a little longer”: Recollecting People’s Memories About The War

As we mark the second anniversary of full-scale war and tenth anniversary of Russian invasion, we reflect on Ukrainians’ stories to illustra...
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Three Key Breakthroughs in Ukraine’s Two-Year-Long War with Russia

February 24 marks the second year of Ukraine's resistance to Russia's war, drawing attention to three areas in which Ukraine made a differen...
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How Russian Propaganda Weaponizes Islamophobia

Russian propaganda has been known to exploit and weaponize Islamophobia to achieve its geopolitical goals.
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Ukraine’s Troubled Relations with Hungary and Slovakia: What at the Core?

Ukraine’s neighbours Hungary and Slovakia have taken on an ambiguous attitude toward Ukraine. But what is at the heart of the “troubled neig...
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Story #137: Artist Transforms Her Traumas into Visual Diary

Yevheniia Laptii, a photographer from Kharkiv, talks about how the war has changed her art and the pride she takes in her unbreakable city.
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Analysis
February 26, 2024

10 Years of Annexation: Crimea's Decade-Long Stand Against the Criminal Russian Regime

What methods does the Russian occupation administration employ, and how does the local population in Crimea oppose it?
VIDEO
February 26, 2024

What Makes Ukraine a Valuable Asset for NATO?

Compelling arguments that prove Ukraine should become a NATO member.
PODCAST
February 26, 2024

Anniversary of the Russian invasion - where does Ukraine stand? - Weekly, 19-25 February

Ukraine commemorated the end of the second year since the commencement of Russia's full-scale war, a testament to its century-long struggle against Russian imperialism.
Stories
February 24, 2024

It all started at 4 am: Ukrainians' testimonies on the start of the full-scale war

Ukrainians' recollections of the first day of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
PODCAST
February 24, 2024

Major causes of Russia's invasion of Ukraine

These are the issues relating to identity, political values, and ethics. More - in our "Explaining Ukraine" podcast.
PODCAST
February 23, 2024

Larry Wolff on empires and orientalism in Eastern Europe

The Explaining Ukraine podcast invites prominent American historian Larry Wolff to talk about history, imagination, and politics around Eastern Europe, in particular Ukraine.
VIDEO
February 23, 2024

Kherson: One Year After Liberation

Kherson, a large city in southern Ukraine, was occupied by the Russian army for 8 months in 2022. It was liberated by the Ukrainians in November 2022.
Stories
February 23, 2024

“I want to live a little longer”: Recollecting People’s Memories About The War

As we mark the second anniversary of full-scale war and tenth anniversary of Russian invasion, we reflect on Ukrainians’ stories to illustrate war’s enduring impact.
Analysis
February 22, 2024

Echoes of Tragedy: Recalling War Crimes in Ukraine

Two years of Russia’s full-scale aggression in Ukraine have left a trail of destruction and despair, with war crimes and atrocities still haunting the Ukrainian people.
Analysis
February 21, 2024

Three Key Breakthroughs in Ukraine’s Two-Year-Long War with Russia

February 24 marks the second year of Ukraine's resistance to Russia's war, drawing attention to three areas in which Ukraine made a difference.