Podcasts

Podcast
January 31, 2023

The deep roots of Russia's genocidal war | Ep. 180

Can we call the current conflict a genocidal war?
Podcast
January 31, 2023
Podcast
January 27, 2023

Oleksandra Matviychuk on Nobel Prize and tribunal for Putin | Thinking in Dark Times # 7

Oleksandra Matviychuk is a Ukrainian human rights defender, and the head of the Centre for Civil Liberties, a Ukrainian NGO which was awarded the 2022 Nobel Peace...
Podcast
January 25, 2023

Local apocalypse in Eastern Ukraine | Ep. 178

Local apocalypse in Eastern Ukraine. We went there again, and this is what we can tell you.
Podcast
January 23, 2023

Anne Applebaum on Ukrainian resistance and Russian totalitarianism | Thinking in Dark Times # 6

Anne Applebaum is an American journalist and historian, Pulitzer Prize winner (2004), author of numerous books about Eastern Europe and global politics.
Podcast
December 31, 2022

Ukraine in 2022: war, resistance, suffering, courage | Ep. 176

In this episode, we're giving an overview of Ukraine in 2022.
Podcast
December 30, 2022

Mykolaiv, a southern fortress. A podcast from our trip | Ep. 174

We went to Mykolaiv with PEN Ukraine to learn how the city is living today.
Podcast
December 30, 2022

Kherson, a city under constant Russian shelling. A dispatch from our trip here | Ep. 175

Russians have been trying to make life in the city unbearable.
Podcast
December 29, 2022

Women in Ukrainian culture: a brief introduction | Ep. 173

Why do women play such an important role in Ukrainian culture?
Podcast
December 28, 2022

Russian war crimes: how can they be explained? | Ep. 172

Why is the value of life so low in Russian politics and society?