November 6, 2023

Being an Export-Oriented Nation in Times of War: Ukraine as a Unique Case

Ukraine has lived through tyranny, autocracy, and various -isms, and knows the price of liberty - civil, political, and economic.
November 3, 2023

Working Together to Reform: the EU and Ukraine Paths

Ukraine is steadily reforming its policies in order to meet democratic and liberal standards.
November 2, 2023

A Dark Winter for Ukraine: (Un)avoidable?

Russia remains determined to plunge Ukraine into darkness. But is Ukraine ready to take on the challenge?
October 28, 2023

How Does Medical Evacuation from the Frontline Work?

Since Russia's aggression in 2014, volunteer paramedics from Hospitallers have saved over 5,000 lives by evacuating injured soldiers.
October 26, 2023

Russian Assets in Ukraine and Abroad: Can They Be Confiscated?

How does Ukraine’s need to protect sovereignty and territorial integrity transform the international legal frame of asset seizure?
October 19, 2023

Rehabilitation and Prosthetics: How Are Ukrainians Supported?

Between 20,000 and 50,000 Ukrainians have lost limbs since the beginning of Russia's invasion in 2022.
October 17, 2023

What is the Current State of the Frontline Hotspots?

Is Russia launching a new offensive, as some media and experts say? What is happening near Avdiivka, where Russians concentrated a lot of troops?
October 15, 2023

Russian-Style "Re-Education": Ukrainian Children Are Cut Off from Their Roots

Forbidden to be who you truly are and being torn away from your roots - this is the agony Ukrainian children are put through after their deportation and occupation.
October 14, 2023

What Can Be Expected from Iran-Russia Cooperation after the UN Resolution Expires?

Kicking off October 18th, 2023, Russia will be able to "legally" buy missiles from Iran as Resolution 2231 on Iran Nuclear Issue expires.
October 13, 2023

Breaking Russian Lens: Time to Decolonize Knowledge about Ukraine

Do you believe it's possible to colonise knowledge? The answer - a resounding yes.