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Against all odds: finding hope amidst the fire in north-eastern Ukraine

In the heart of north-eastern Ukraine, the liberated communities of the Sumy region continue to be ravaged by Russia’s aerial assaults. The need for resolute military support amidst the shortage of long-range air defence systems and ammunition is felt especially sharply by the border communities, where recent attacks have wiped out entire villages. Yet amidst the devastation, the stark realities of war have encouraged locals to unite to rebuild their homes stronger than before.

July 5, 2024 - Anna Harmash

Exploring crime fiction, war and Ukrainian literature

Interview with crime author Kseniya Tsyhanchuk. Interviewer: Kinga Anna Gajda.

July 3, 2024 - Kinga Gajda Kseniya Tsyhanchuk

Ukrainian women leaders, as the new civil elite of Ukraine, in the face of the challenges of the Russo-Ukrainian War

All of Ukrainian society has been engaged in resisting Russia’s ongoing invasion for over two years. This includes various women leaders, whose skills and experience have allowed them to become vocal advocates for the war-torn country.

June 26, 2024 - Andrii Kutsyk

Countdown to war – how populism grew while democracy fell silent

The year 2024 was never supposed to look like this. Europe at war. Its cities in the east reduced to rubble. Russian occupiers committing daily, medieval atrocities. And an assortment of radicalized populists, mobsters and extremists of all persuasions salivating over the prospect of Ukraine’s demise. Just how did we get to this point? How did fascism make such a comeback? And what have been the Free World’s biggest blunders that have brought us to the brink of a Third World War?

June 19, 2024 - Dominik Jun

Putin’s pyrrhic gains in Ukraine

An interview with retired United States Army Major General Gordon Skip Davis Jr. Interviewer: Vazha Tavberidze.

June 13, 2024 - Gordon Skip Davis Jr Vazha Tavberidze

Recovery, reforms, or reconstruction? Results of the Ukraine Recovery Conference 2024

A competition of ideas, not of key stakeholders, is the formula for successful recovery. Scepticism within the country about the recovery process and reforms, as well as the germs of distrust, can only be overcome by the voices of the government and civil society.

June 12, 2024 - Olga Lymar Yurii Mykytiuk

So no one is left behind

Accompanying a police rescue team on civilian evacuation missions to Krasnohorivka, a town in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, the delicate situation on the front line becomes clear. Partially captured by the Russian army, the town presents a formidable challenge when it comes to saving life.

June 4, 2024 - Kateryna Pryshchepa

Why pacifism kills

In spite of Ukraine’s continued fight against Russian aggression, there are still many voices calling for peace at any cost. While such proposals may appear attractive on the surface, they ultimately benefit Moscow’s clear desire for further violence and terror on its own terms.

May 31, 2024 - Liliya Luts Valerii Pekar Yaroslav Yakovenko Yuliya Shtaltovna

“We need to tame Przemyśl with its own complex history”

Interview with Igor Horkov, director of the Ukrainian House in Przemyśl. Interviewer: Nikodem Szczygłowski.

May 17, 2024 - Igor Horków Nikodem Szczygłowski

“More air defence systems is the most effective means of supporting our power system”

Interview with the Deputy Minister of Energy of Ukraine Mykola Kolisnyk. Interviewer: Kateryna Pryshchepa.

April 15, 2024 - Kateryna Pryshchepa Mykola Kolisnyk

Ukraine’s strategic resurgence: redefining power dynamics in the Black Sea

While reports from Ukraine have remained focused on the land war, the fight at sea continues with little respite. The country’s successes in the naval battle have come against all the odds and should only encourage allies to beef up support for Kyiv’s victory.

April 9, 2024 - Leon Hartwell

The Oscar which Ukraine wished it never won

The Ukrainian film 20 Days in Mariupol recently won an Oscar for its vivid depiction of Russia’s aggression against the city. Set in the early weeks of the invasion, the documentary gives insight into the struggles and brutality faced by Ukrainians to this very day. Indeed, for many the film is still too difficult to watch.

March 27, 2024 - Kateryna Pryshchepa


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