Russian Aggression

Russian Aggression
May 2, 2018

The Forgotten Faces of Those Left Behind in the Donbas

"In the area of Avdiivka, you can hear 120 millimeter mortar shelling, while just 500 or 600 meters away, there is a bus stop with children waiting for a school...
Russian Aggression
April 25, 2018

What Europe’s Forgotten War Actually Feels Like

“We were moving through flashing fields. And I realized history was evolving right in front of my very eyes. I had yellow goggles on; everything was yellow with...
Russian Aggression
April 3, 2018

Poisonous Link: Why Russia’s Crimea Bridge Is Dangerous for Ukraine and the Black Sea Region

On 14 March, 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited his last destination in the pre-election tour—occupied Crimea. The first thing he inspected there was...
Russian Aggression
March 20, 2018

Why is Nord Stream 2 Dangerous for Ukraine and Europe? — Interview

On 27 March 2018, Germany has approved the construction and operation of the Russia-built Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. Russian state-owned company energy Gazprom...
Russian Aggression
March 16, 2018

Is Ukraine Ready For UN Peacekeepers?

Can UN blue berets bring peace to eastern Ukraine which continues to suffer from an undeclared war ignited by pro-Russian proxies and supported by Moscow since Spring...
Russian Aggression
March 6, 2018

Porous Restrictions: Why Sanctions Against Crimea’s Annexation Don’t Work

Economic pressure might be the key way to force Russia to stop its aggression against foreign countries. But it is not working in full as it was planned to. Numerous...
Russian Aggression
February 27, 2018

Canada’s Big Opportunity to Push Back Against Putin

Canada assumed the G7 presidency on January 1, 2018, and this platform offers a valuable opportunity to inject some new energy into the international response to...
Russian Aggression
February 9, 2018

Still Behind Bars: Who Are the Ukrainian “Prisoners of the Kremlin”?

On 16 January 2018, Volodymyr Balukh, a Ukrainian who lives in Russia-occupied Crimea, was sentenced to three years and seven months in a Russian prison and given...
Russian Aggression
December 14, 2017

Online Wars: How Ukrainians Live Without the Russian Internet

Blocking of Russian Internet services forcing Ukrainians to change their virtual life patterns.
Russian Aggression
December 8, 2017

“Words and Wars.” A Book About Kremlin Propaganda

This analytical publication was compiled by NGO Internews Ukraine with the support of the European Union and the International Renaissance Foundation within the...