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December 5, 2022

Skovoroda, a Ukrainian wiseman. - Discovering Ukrainian culture # 1

Discovering Ukrainian Culture is a new series of episodes of the Explaining Ukraine podcast.
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November 21, 2022

Ukraine renews railway connection with de-occupied Kherson - Weekly, 13-20 Nov, 2022 | Ep. 162

One week after Ukraine liberated Kherson, it renewed the train connection with the city.
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November 20, 2022

Odesa in search of security and identity | Ep. 161

Odesa, a city on the Black Sea. One of the most beautiful Ukrainian cities.
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November 17, 2022

Ukrainian students and professors going abroad: is it good or bad? | Ep. 160

The war has made Ukrainian universities much more international than they used to be. Listen to our new episode to know more.
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November 14, 2022

Bruno Maçães on Europe, Eurasia, Russia, China, and Ukraine | Thinking in Dark Times # 5

Bruno Maçães is a Portuguese politician and author. Volodymyr Yermolenko spoke to Bruno Maçães about Europe, Eurasia, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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November 12, 2022

Kherson liberated from Russian occupation. - Weekly, 6-12 Nov | Ep. 158

Ukraine has liberated Kherson. Learn more from our podcast "Explaining Ukraine"
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November 11, 2022

Ukrainian universities during the war: a struggle for survival? | Ep. 157

Ukrainian higher education is facing enormous challenges during this war. Learn more from our new podcast episode.
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November 9, 2022

Jonathan Littell on Ukraine, war crimes, fascism, and Russia | Thinking in Dark Times # 4

Jonathan Littell is a Franco-American writer and journalist who has reported on various wars. Volodymyr Yermolenko spoke to Littell in Lviv, during Lviv Book Forum.
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November 7, 2022

Russia's grain blackmail failed. - Weekly, 30 Oct - 6 Nov | Ep. 155

Blackouts, Russia's grain blackmail, Kherson, Moscow's propaganda. Learn more from the weekly digest of our Explaining Ukraine podcast.
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October 31, 2022

Philippe Sands on international law, and its future | Thinking in Dark Times # 3

A conversation about the origins of concepts of genocide and crimes against humanity, and about the future of international law.