23 February 2018
Kyiv Red-Faced at Loss of EU Border Funds Premium

Scrapped scheme was meant to speed crossing times at dilapidated border checkpoints.

14 February 2018
Childless Foreign Couples Flocking to Ukraine Premium

Offering legal surrogacy at affordable prices, the country become a mecca for childless couples from the West.

13 February 2018
Ukraine Deports Saakashvili to Poland Premium

The former Georgian president was unceremoniously hustled out of the country yesterday after weeks of goading the government.

6 February 2018
Ukrainian Nationalist Militia Seeks Legal Status Premium

Rightwing groups also protest against Polish law making it a crime to deny atrocities committed by Ukrainian nationalists during WWII.

31 January 2018
Where Is Ukraine’s New Police Force?
Two years ago, the Ukrainian government decided to create a new national police force. But aside from the name, not much has changed. From openDemocracy.
By Tetiana Goncharuk
30 January 2018
Far-Right National Militia Swears Loyalty to Ukrainian People Premium

Some worry about cooperation of extremists with the police to patrol city streets.

24 January 2018
Who Killed Iryna Nozdrovska?
The murder of a prominent female lawyer in Ukraine brings into question the progress of reform and revolution. From openDemocracy.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky
24 January 2018
Ukrainian Oligarchs Under Scrutiny for Suspicious Loans Premium

Probe into Privatbank could shine more light on the financial stratagems of the country’s rich and powerful.

11 January 2018
Yanukovych Cronies Gifted Him $1.5 Billion: Report Premium

A secret court order details the brokers and companies which allegedly schemed to sell bonds on behalf of the former Ukrainian leader.

9 January 2018
Oligarch Akhmetov in Legal Hot Water Premium

Asset freezes, extradition proceedings are crimping the style of some of Ukraine’s most powerful tycoons.



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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.

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