Russian Aggression

Russian Aggression
February 22, 2022

Ukrainian History: New Ways to Look at It

A short text version of a podcast conversation between Katherine Younger and Volodymyr Yermolenko.
Russian Aggression
February 22, 2022

Crimea: a Fresh View on its Past and Present. A Podcast with Rory Finnin

The following is a shortened version of a conversation between Rory Finnin and Volodymyr Yermolenko.
Russian Aggression
December 28, 2021

The Possible Russian Attack Against Ukraine: Learn More From UkraineWorld’s podcasts

Amid rising tensions with Russia, many are wondering whether Moscow will embark upon a full-scale attack against Ukraine. UkraineWorld’s recent podcasts look at...
Russian Aggression
December 18, 2021

Bordering a Constant Threat: What Ukrainians Think About a Possible New Russian Invasion

Concerns over Russia's possible new invasion of Ukraine are rising in the West. But Ukrainians have lived in a reality of ongoing war for years. What do they think...
Russian Aggression
December 2, 2021

“Europe’s problems are just beginning”: Russia tests narratives about the Belarus migrant crisis on social media

Russian proxies have been giving information backing on social media to the Lukashenka-manufactured migrant crisis on Belarus’ borders with the EU.
Russian Aggression
November 30, 2021

Russia's War Against Ukraine: LIVE UPDATES

Putin declared war against Ukraine. Follow our twitter @ukraine_world to get instant updates
Russian Aggression
November 9, 2021

Ukraine, Russia and the Last Empire in Europe

Recently Putin and then Medvedev published articles on Ukraine-Russia relations. Read a recent analysis by our Editor-In-Chief to know more.
June 11, 2021

Why Kremlin Propaganda Lies about “Glory to Ukraine - Glory to Heroes” Slogan

Why Kremlin propaganda lies about “Glory to Ukraine - Glory to heroes” slogan? We explain in our new material.
Russian Aggression
April 20, 2021

The Czech Republic Blames Russia for a 2014 Explosion: How Is It Related to Ukraine?

The Czech Republic blames Russia for a 2014 explosion: how is it related to Ukraine? We have prepared a timeline of key events around the issue:
March 19, 2021

First Dependent: How Pro-Kremlin Media Is Trying to Get Around Sanctions

After sanctions were imposed on TV channels linked to pro-Russian oligarch Victor Medvedchuk, a new channel was set up to take their place.