19 October 2016
Tatars Mark One Year of Blockading Crimea

A few hundred protesters vow not to let up the pressure until the peninsula is back in Ukrainian hands.

By Tatiana Kozak
5 October 2016
Detained Ukrainian Journalist Could Face 20 Years for ‘Spying’ Premium

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said Roman Sushchenko’s “illegal” arrest and treatment shows Moscow is waging war “against the entire democratic world.”

3 October 2016
Rebels Operating ‘Gulags’ in Eastern Ukraine Premium

Human rights activists claim some 5,000 people are being forced to work in self-declared Luhansk People's Republic.

30 September 2016
New Report Documents ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ in Crimea Premium

IHPR points to evidence of enforced disappearance, torture and murder in Russian-annexed Crimea, as well as the forcible displacement of tens of thousands. 

29 September 2016
Israeli President Criticized for Repeating ‘Soviet Myth’ of Babi Yar at Ukraine’s Commemorations Premium

Ukraine’s involvement in the WWII massacre and how to honor all the victims remains a contentious topic. 

19 September 2016
Ukraine Cheers Record Haul of Paralympic Medals

At Rio Games, country outcompetes sporting powerhouses like the United States and Australia.

12 September 2016
The Zrada Card Premium
A sense of destitution and forlornness among Ukrainian journalists led to the prevalence of the zrada (‘betrayal’) and peremoha (‘victory’) themes in the local media. From The London Review of Books.
By Peter Pomerantsev
8 September 2016
Ukraine Seeking Chinese Money for Dream Plane Premium

The gargantuan craft has a unique capacity to deliver very big, very heavy cargoes, but development costs are beyond the maker’s means.

7 September 2016
Blockade at Ukrainian Inter TV Ends Premium

President and ministers denounce TV station violence, while covertly supporting anti-Russia protesters.


6 September 2016
Georgia Nears Goal of Visa-Free EU Travel Premium

Parliament could approve Ukraine’s application this month, but Kosovo lags behind.




Moldovan diaries

The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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