For Ukrainians incarcerated in the occupied territories and in the Russian Federation itself, things could get much worse in 2018. Only serious international pressure is likely to make Moscow release these political prisoners
|7 December, 2017||World|
How the Kremlin is building up its presence in the Middle East
|20 April, 2017||Society|
As of the end of March, 44 Ukrainian citizens remained in Russian captivity. What can Ukraine do to free them?
|23 March, 2017||Society|
What might cause the “Russian Spring” to make a comeback in Ukraine and where might this happen?
|23 March, 2017||Society|
What prevented Kremlin curators from realising the "Crimean scenario" in most regions of South-Eastern Ukraine?
|31 January, 2017||Society|
Freeing the Kremlin's prisoners as our main assignment for the year
|12 January, 2017||Politics|
The Kremlin's hybrid aggression against Ukraine: essence, development
|1 June, 2016||Society|
A new Russian propaganda agency has started up in Kyiv as part of the Kremlin’s fifth column of “soft power”
|26 April, 2016||Society|
What war captives and kidnapped civilians go through in the occupied territories, and how exchange mechanisms work
|10 November, 2014||World|
If the West wants to develop freely, it cannot allow the dominance of Russia, which, backward and parasitic, dictates its ineffective rules to the rest of the world.
|15 September, 2014|
After the USSR collapsed, Russia delved into amnesia, then into rehabilitation of the Soviet past which turned grotesque through guilty conscience and lack of culture
|11 June, 2014||Economics|
Russian leaders are certain their country will easily weather Western sanctions. Business disagrees
|24 April, 2014||World|
The “referendum” in Crimea revealed Vladimir Putin’s partners in the EU. Most are minority radical parties which, according to his design, have to undermine the EU’s already quite unwieldy system from the inside with Moscow’s support
|23 April, 2014||Politics|
Russian military aggression has recently become a constant threat, while the Western powers are failing to fulfil the security guarantees they extended to Ukraine under the 1994 Budapest Memorandum. The issue of nuclear or other similarly effective weapons with which to defend Ukraine’s borders is again high on the agenda
|23 December, 2013||Society|
Bohdan Futey: “The beating we saw is not just physical, but mental, too. The government wants to evoke fear in people”
US Federal Judge Bohdan Futey talks about the new generation of Ukrainians and threats to Ukraine's independence
|23 December, 2013||Politics|
The choice of scapegoats for the bloody dispersal of the EuroMaidan proves that Yanukovych is leaning towards the pro-Russian lobby