Ukraine

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30 November 2016
Ukraine Peace Talks Remain Deadlocked

After 18 months, Kyiv and Moscow again fail to find a sliver of common ground, leaving France and Germany gritting their teeth in frustration.

 
28 November 2016
Saakashvili Launches New Political Movement

The former president of Georgia and recently resigned Odessa governor vows to ‘make Ukraine great again.’

 
24 November 2016
Kyiv Taps Untarnished Youth for Key Roles

Critics say under-25s lack experience for high positions in Ukrainian government, while their bosses say fresh faces are needed.

 
23 November 2016
Ukrainian Teacher Accused of Trying to Sell Her Student

Interior minister, colleagues shocked at arrest of experienced, respected boarding school teacher.

 
22 November 2016
The Traumatic Birth of a Crimean Nation Premium
How tradition, ethnic cleansing, and a difficult return home helped mold one people’s identity under the Soviet Union and after.
By Lincoln Mitchell
 
18 November 2016
Hello, Petro? Almazbek Here Premium

Infamous Russian pranksters hit another Ukrainian target.

 
17 November 2016
From the Shores of Azov … to the Halls of Power? Premium

A militarized corps that openly flaunts fascist symbols tries to transform itself into the leader of the ‘new right’ in Ukraine’s fractious political arena.

By Tatiana Kozak
 
15 November 2016
Retired Ukrainian Turns Apartment Building into Modern-Day Versailles Premium

Passionate about Baroque, the author of the makeover wanted to “make something beautiful and unusual.”

 
11 November 2016
Too Much Corruption or Simply Too Much Talk of “Corruption”? Premium

Making a distinction between informal transactions and truly destructive graft is crucial to understanding the challenge facing Ukraine. 

By Abel Polese
 
10 November 2016
Moscow Says It Foiled Another Ukrainian Plot in Crimea Premium

Ukraine issues fierce denials of Russian claim to have apprehended a group of saboteurs in Sevastopol.

 

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