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Recovering from Frontline Wounds in Kyiv and an Unexpected Encounter

Recovering from Frontline Wounds in Kyiv and an Unexpected Encounter

Arseniy Yatseniuk resigned as Ukraine’s Prime Minister when MPs refused to release additional funds for the war effort, and the ruling coalition dissolved.

Discussing Ukraine’s Euromaidan with Serhii Plokhii

Discussing Ukraine’s Euromaidan with Serhii Plokhii

Going beyond the headlines is the role of historians and intellectuals in today’s society. It will be pivotal to the way to resolving the current crisis in Ukraine.

Broadcasting through Information Wars with Public Radio Ukraine

Broadcasting through Information Wars with Public Radio Ukraine

They didn’t say they were fighting an information war. The term was not yet in vogue. But when a handful of journalists created Hromadske Radio that’s what they were doing.

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Reflections on Ukraine’s Conflicting Story in the Media

In a situation where information is being used as a weapon, the media in Ukraine and Russia has not presented a clear picture of events, their causes, or their consequences.

Past Reaching into Present in Ukraine’s Undeclared War

Past Reaching into Present in Ukraine’s Undeclared War

If people take a clear look at the past and confront the truths and the lies, it may help convince those being spurred to kill that they’d be better off building a future.

The Ukraine-Russia Border: Passage Is Forbidden, But Who Will Stop You?

The Ukraine-Russia Border: Passage Is Forbidden, But Who Will Stop You?

It is shocking how casual the border between two countries in a state of undeclared war can be.

The Historian as Public Analyst: The Case of Ukraine

The Historian as Public Analyst: The Case of Ukraine

The events of the Euromaidan galvanized Ukrainians and led scholars to debate whether it is a civil war or a war with Russia or the start of a new Cold War.

Monism vs. Pluralism

Monism vs. Pluralism

The conflict in Ukraine is a result of the turbulence in the system of European security, the internal crisis in Ukraine, and the crisis of Russian developmental model.

Review – Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands

Review – Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands

Sakwa lays out a courageous and powerful case which directly challenges the prevailing ‘blame everything on Russia’ narrative regarding the current conflict in Ukraine.

Diversity Policy in Ukraine and Its Neighbours: Running on the Spot Again?

Diversity Policy in Ukraine and Its Neighbours: Running on the Spot Again?

Diversity policies in Ukraine, Russia, Moldova and Belarus have similar features and focus on recreating a narrative of multi-ethnicity with an ethnic or cultural core.

Perspectives for Russia’s Future: The Case for Narrative Analysis

Perspectives for Russia’s Future: The Case for Narrative Analysis

In relation to Russia, the scenario of authoritarian stability and global power alongside economic decline and consumer dissatisfaction is a pertinent one.

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