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2 days ago

Crimea Platform: A way forward

Ukraine has presented to OSCE its vision of functioning and development of the Crimea Platform initiative toward the deoccupation of the peninsula

3 days ago

Ukraine will not freeze: Six years without Russian gas

What's happening on the “gas front” between Russia and Ukraine.

4 days ago

How the Kremlin wants to control people’s minds

The Kremlin intends to educate not only children, not even only young people. A Russian must be educated throughout his or her life.

1 week ago

What Holodomor teaches us

This lesson is learned: Ukraine is part of the West, not a rebellious province of the "Russian world"

1 week ago

Rope for Vucic: what the Gas Alliance with Russia did to Serbia

Close ties with Moscow can contribute to short-term situational benefits, but they have highly negative strategic consequences

2 weeks ago

How the Revolution of Dignity changed Ukraine: Ten achievements

The events of 2013-2014 have provided a big push to the country's development

2 weeks ago

Timothy Ash: The West should openly declare what sanctions will be rolled out should Russia attack Ukraine

Putin has said SWIFT sanctions would be a declaration of war, well make it clear that in crossing Ukraine’s border with Russian tanks Putin is making that choice himself

3 weeks ago

Blackmailing Europe with migrants

Lukashenko is diligently playing a role of “Putin’s willing provocateur.”

3 weeks ago

Ukraine-USA: Renewing strategic cooperation

The resumed work of the Strategic Partnership Commission significantly increases the opportunities for the U.S. to support Ukraine in the face of Russia’s aggression

3 weeks ago

Five important principles for a successful mandatory funded pension for Ukraine

Solidarity and fully funded pension systems work best when they complement each other

3 weeks ago

Why Russia is pushing for a new round of aggression against Ukraine

A new wave of destabilization is looming over Ukraine, the one involving internal turbulence in all areas, provoked by outside forces.

3 weeks ago

The ghost of nuclear threat is rising in Donetsk

Neither the competent authorities of Ukraine nor the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have had access to nuclear facilities and materials in the occupied territories of Ukraine for over seven years. 

3 weeks ago

Repression in Russia: Why are there as many political prisoners now as there were in the late Soviet period?

Not only did the torture of prisoners in Russia not stop, it also took on horrible new forms, incompatible with the concept of a "civilized country"

4 weeks ago

Most common myths about the Istanbul Convention

Most fake news and manipulations are coming to Ukraine from Russia

4 weeks ago

How Russia influences vaccination

Russia is trying to hinder inoculation campaigns across the globe, sowing chaos and creating divide

1 month ago

Why Russian cinema can’t exist without propaganda and manipulations

Eight Features of “correct” Russian cinema

1 month ago

Closer to NATO: Benefits of Ukraine’s participation in NAC’s Armaments Committee

We are being perceived more and more as an important partner and ally. And it is critical in this regard not to forget about pursuing reform

1 month ago

More American boats for Ukraine Navy: Kyiv increasing its defense potential at sea

When the Russian navy realizes they can face a real rebuff, they will lose the feeling of superiority and no longer rattle sabers.

1 month ago

Common sense vs. vaccination disinformation

How Morshyn managed to vaccinate the majority of its adult population

1 month ago

Member of Russian occupation force with observer armband: gross provocation in Donbas

The coordinated response to the incident and its focus on the OSCE SMM indicate that Moscow was interested in creating a pretext for further curtailment of international monitoring in the occupied part of Donbas.

1 month ago

Pentagon chief in Kyiv: Will NATO form a strategy of confronting Russia on its southern flank?

It is about consolidating an informal coalition of the Black Sea states capable to deter Russian aggression in the regions of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov

1 month ago

Ukraine has enough gas transmission capacity to cover Europe twice

Increasing gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine's gas transmission system (GTS) could solve the European gas crisis. Instead, Russia is deliberately discrediting the Ukrainian path. The Kremlin's arguments, meanwhile, are not actually true. In other words, they are lying.

1 month ago

Russia turning into information ghetto

The number of brainwashed military servicemen and ordinary Russians will be even greater

1 month ago

Shots from fake news launcher: Russia’s response to Ukraine-NATO joint drills

The accusations reached the level of fantasy unseen since 2014

1 month ago

Ukraine’s land reform: success within reach but Rada needs to act

October 9th will mark 100 days since the opening of the land market

2 months ago

Gas trap for Europe: How the Kremlin tries to sow discord among EU countries

It is still possible to oppose the Kremlin's plans in Europe. Ukraine and its European partners must act as a united front against Russia's aggressive plans

2 months ago

Lukashenko threatens to open “Ukrainian front”: what does it mean?

The latest moves by Lukashenko make the self-proclaimed president of Belarus not only a political outcast but also a factor of military threat

2 months ago

Ukraine - Hungary spat: Russia doing everything to pit neighbors against each other

We need to somehow coexist with Budapest – either by putting relations on "freeze" or act and negotiate beyond public diplomacy

2 months ago

Features of Russian internationalism

Propagandists' aspiration to “equalize” all groups devalues the suffering of the Jewish people

2 months ago

A stab in Ukraine’s back: A Hungarian-Russian gas deal amid Moscow's energy escalation

The signing by Hungary of a new gas agreement with Russia seems to have caught Ukraine off its guard

2 months ago

"Good with fists": The UN the world needs

Key points about the Ukrainian president’s visit to the 76th session of the UN General Assembly in New York

2 months ago

Russia reloading language gun​​

A Russian passport, just like the Russian language, has a specific purpose in foreign politics. being a tool in the hybrid war.

2 months ago

Zelensky's speech at UNGA session (full text)

On September 22, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky spoke at the general debate of the 76th sessionof the UN General Assembly.

2 months ago

Kremlin experiments on occupied Donbas residents

What was happening under the guise of “expression of people’s will” in the Ukrainian lands temporarily occupied by Russia

2 months ago

$1,000 per 1,000 cubic meters: how to repel Gazprom-driven crisis

The key question is whether the gas shortage Europe has faced, which has led to a sharp price hike, can already be seen as Russia using energy as geopolitical weapon?

2 months ago

If you want to terrorize Crimea, call this a "fight against terrorism”: Russia’s old new narratives

Russian propaganda returns to its old “terrorist” narratives

2 months ago

How Russia “ground down” Ukrainians

Russia's narrative of its own national diversity and peaceful coexistence of languages and cultures is not quite consistent with reality

2 months ago

Zapad 2021 maneuvers and Anschluss 2023 without a chance to any maneuver

Authoritarian integration of Russia and Belarus as a new threat to peace

2 months ago

MH17 trial: "They know we know they’re lying"

Accusations against Russia, emotional speeches, and a craving for justice on the part of the victims’ families.

3 months ago

Zelensky's U.S. visit: new tone in relations

The American media said the strategic partnership between the two countries had never been stronger than now, and that the page with Trump’s impeachment had been turned.

3 months ago

Nothing’s changed: Kremlin’s five techniques used in 1939 in Poland and in 2014 in Ukraine

The occupation of Poland and parts of Ukraine, despite a 75-year gap between them, saw similar rhetoric coming from the Kremlin to support the moves.

3 months ago

Donbas escalation, or Putin’s preparations for Zelensky’s summit with Biden

If the Kremlin seeks to impose on the public a subconscious feeling that the Ukrainian president "ran to Biden for protection,” Kyiv’s response should be to emphasize this even more!

3 months ago

Will Zelensky's summit with Biden become a success story both leaders could share

The Ukrainian and U.S. presidents will meet on September 1, the day after the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan is set to be completed.

3 months ago

Defense expo in Istanbul: Ukraine’s Vilkha, Kvitnyk-E, Kaira, and others

The Ukroboronprom defense conglomerate has unveiled one of the largest foreign stands at IDEF 2021

3 months ago

Crimea Platform: results and prospects as per Ukrainian experts

All Russia's attempts to disrupt and compromise the inaugural Summit ultimately failed: Crimea is high on the international agenda. Also, the Kyiv Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen went beyond a protocol event.

3 months ago

Tackling demographic, human capital challenges must be at the heart of Donbas economic recovery: World Bank’s Arup Banerji

World Bank Regional Country Director for Eastern Europe, Arup Banerji, reflects on the need to focus on the human aspect of the Donbas revival to win the minds of Ukrainians.

3 months ago

Ukraine through the eyes of its foreign friends: Independence Day poll

What the ambassadors of Azerbaijan, China, EU, France, Germany, Japan, Lithuania, Turkey, and the USA said about Ukraine.

3 months ago

Crimea Platform, so slippery for the Kremlin

We keep observing the reaction of Russia’s foreign ministry and propaganda mouthpieces

3 months ago

Crimea Platform: Nothing Russia’s done must be forgotten

How the organizers, Crimea residents, and foreign partners see the new international venue

3 months ago

“No Russians on the ground”: Gold in politicizing sports

Russia uses the Olympics for political purposes while insisting sports is beyond politics

4 months ago

Migrants as weapons: Lukashenko's hybrid attack on Lithuania and EU

Reflecting on the past, present, and future of the new migration crisis…

4 months ago

Svitolina: There's no limit to what can be improved

Life principles of Olympic bronze medal winner

4 months ago

Nord Stream 2, U.S. Congress, and political risks for Biden

The recent decisions by Joe Biden’s administration appeared to be rather surprising, distancing the president’s policy from the bipartisan position voiced by Congress

4 months ago

Vaccinate our world: a fight for the access to life-saving vaccines continues

Ukraine is seeking the right to produce the COVID-19 vaccine; however, patent holders are still reluctant to disclose the production technology

4 months ago

The dogs bark but the caravan moves on

Psy-ops by Russian special services in the media space are unable to hinder Ukraine's cooperation with Pakistan in the area of defense

4 months ago

If no end to Donbas war is seen in foreseeable future…

… It could be better to ensure a "conflict freeze" than to end it on Kremlin’s terms, and the Ukrainian people seem to be ready to embrace the option

4 months ago

Seventh anniversary of MH17 tragedy: In anticipation of justice

In The Hague, those gathered outside the Palace of Justice have called on Russia to admit its guilt

4 months ago

Post-Avakov times: Ukraine needs "someone with a backbone who can withstand the pressure that the old system exerts..."

Ukrinform has asked a number of acclaimed legal experts to list the key points of the long-sought "reform" of the Ministry of Internal Affairs

4 months ago

Putin's op-ed: A "robbed" Russia and a deadly threat to Ukraine

Every outburst of Putin's delusions must see our response, regularly and consistently. We must hear ourselves, while our friends must hear us out, too.

4 months ago

Talks on Donbas: Russia not against U.S. participation, but it sets unacceptable conditions

These conditions are to force Ukraine to implement Minsk agreements according to Kremlin's scenario

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