21 March 2018
The Secret Compound

As details about illegal detentions in eastern Ukraine emerge, so do questions about the accountability of those who ordered them. From Hromadske.

By Anastasia Stanko, Anna Tokhmakhchi, and Anastasia Kanariova
20 March 2018
War Hero Accused of Plotting to Destroy Ukrainian Parliament
Nadezhda Savchenko fires back, says government is responsible for the disasters in the east, plans presidential run.
19 March 2018
Ukraine Wants to Build Spaceport in Australia

State space agency hopes potential collaboration results in launch station that could become Asia’s main spaceport and help replace lost business after Crimea annexation.


15 March 2018
Kyiv Weighs Costs of Prosecuting Manafort

Ukraine’s elites may feel that keeping Trump happy outweighs the karma points  for crushing his former aide.

12 March 2018
Ukrainian Negotiator Named in Big Terror Plot

Kyiv also reportedly believes pro-Russian groups in the country are using cryptocurrency to support rebels.

6 March 2018
Polish Extremists Suspected in Ukraine Arson

Ukrainian officials hint at Russian involvement in two attempts to burn down a building used by the Hungarian minority.

5 March 2018
New Fissures Appear in Ukrainian Christian Faiths Premium

Worsening relations with Russia over the Donbas conflict are driving a wedge between the two main Orthodox branches.

2 March 2018
U.S. Confirms Antitank Missile Sale to Ukraine Premium

Head of Pentagon’s DARPA tech incubator says the agency is working with local partners.

1 March 2018
Russia and Ukraine Locked in Gas-Related Court Battle

A four-year dispute over gas deliveries between Russian and Ukrainian energy giants ended in a court ruling on Wednesday, only to spark new disagreements.

28 February 2018
The Museum of Anti-Terrorist Operations

What was thought as a way to remember the victims of a bloody conflict, and point fingers at the enemy, might turn out to be a unique instrument of identity-building in Ukraine.

By Abel Polese


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