Ep. №42 - Ukraine in March 2021: Crimea and Donbas; Cruel Pandemics; Anti-Disinfo bodies; Anti-Zelensky Protests

March 30, 2021

We have released our March 2021 episode of “Explaining Ukraine,” our monthly podcast in which we talk about major events and trends in Ukraine. We focus on the anniversary of the occupation of Crimea, the escalation of the war in the Donbas, the record escalation of the pandemic, the creation of anti-disinformation bodies, protests against Zelensky and law enforcement, and the struggle over cultural institutions. UkraineWorld’s editor in chief Volodymyr Yermolenko talks with UkraineWorld analyst Maksym Panchenko.

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