Hromadske announces the annual conference "Living in a Prolonged War"

Hromadske announces the annual conference "Living in a Prolonged War"

Three panel discussions with experts and thought leaders.
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Foreign Affairs’ Daniel Kurtz-Phelan - on America, China, Ukraine, and geopolitics

Foreign Affairs’ Daniel Kurtz-Phelan - on America, China, Ukraine, and geopolitics

Revealing Marshall's post-WWII bid to unite the U.S. and China, with lessons for today's global landscape.
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Uprooted From Homes: What Soviet Special Settlements Were

Uprooted From Homes: What Soviet Special Settlements Were

Shedding light on the structure and challenges of life in Soviet special settlements, a common practice of deportations under Soviet Imperia...
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Story #150: Lia's Story of Preserving Her Crimean Tatar Heritage 

Story #150: Lia's Story of Preserving Her Crimean Tatar Heritage 

Lia is a Crimean Tatar who has been discovering her family's history after it was again divided by the Russian occupation of 2014.
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“Immediate solidarity”: being a foreign reporter in war-torn Ukraine - with Jen Stout

“Immediate solidarity”: being a foreign reporter in war-torn Ukraine - with Jen Stout

Scottish journalist shares her experiences of traveling through war-torn Ukrainian cities and villages.
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Why did Ukraine derogate some of its obligations to the Council of Europe?

Why did Ukraine derogate some of its obligations to the Council of Europe?

In a letter dated April 4, 2024, Ukraine informed of a derogation from some international treaties. But is it as concerning as it sounds?
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War Games: How Russia Prepares its Citizens for Combat Through Play

War Games: How Russia Prepares its Citizens for Combat Through Play

Moscow revives Soviet combat games in an effort to militarize and prepare its people for war.
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How Does the eRecovery Program Work in Ukraine?

How Does the eRecovery Program Work in Ukraine?

Ukrainians have created a program enabling citizens to obtain compensation for destroyed or damaged housing as a result of aggression by the...
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Story #148. "Life Gains New Value When at War": Reflections of Ukrainian Poet and Soldier Dmytro Lazutkin

Story #148. "Life Gains New Value When at War": Reflections of Ukrainian Poet and Soldier Dmytro Lazutkin

The spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine about his poetic work and the path of a military man.
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The Long History of Ukraine's Eastern Territories: What Role Did the Cossacks Play?

The Long History of Ukraine's Eastern Territories: What Role Did the Cossacks Play?

The Cossacks contributed a lot to the development of the eastern parts of Ukraine.
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Human Responsibility: Why is It Recognised as a Special Mark in Ukraine?

Human Responsibility: Why is It Recognised as a Special Mark in Ukraine?

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Why Do They Kill Our People?

Why Do They Kill Our People?

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Story #147: Farmer Immerses In Nature During Uncertain Times

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Yulia refused urban life to slow down in Ukrainian khutir, where she lives with her cattle and pets while her husband serves in the military...
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How did Ukraine help rediscover Eastern Europe?

How did Ukraine help rediscover Eastern Europe?

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Why "Negotiations" with Russia Can Lead to Appeasement?

Why "Negotiations" with Russia Can Lead to Appeasement?

We have to defeat the aggressor, not appease it.
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Time to rethink Russian cultural imperialism - with Vitaly Chernetsky

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Do we have concepts and ideas to think critically about Russian cultural imperialism?
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Hromadske announces the annual conference "Living in a Prolonged War"

Hromadske announces the annual conference "Living in a Prolonged War"

Three panel discussions with experts and thought leaders.
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Uprooted From Homes: What Soviet Special Settlements Were

Uprooted From Homes: What Soviet Special Settlements Were

Shedding light on the structure and challenges of life in Soviet special settlements, a common practice of deportations under Soviet Imperialism.
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May 20, 2024
Foreign Affairs’ Daniel Kurtz-Phelan - on America, China, Ukraine, and geopolitics

Foreign Affairs’ Daniel Kurtz-Phelan - on America, China, Ukraine, and geopolitics

Revealing Marshall's post-WWII bid to unite the U.S. and China, with lessons for today's global landscape.
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May 18, 2024
Story #150: Lia's Story of Preserving Her Crimean Tatar Heritage 

Story #150: Lia's Story of Preserving Her Crimean Tatar Heritage 

Lia is a Crimean Tatar who has been discovering her family's history after it was again divided by the Russian occupation of 2014.
Analysis
May 15, 2024
Why did Ukraine derogate some of its obligations to the Council of Europe?

Why did Ukraine derogate some of its obligations to the Council of Europe?

In a letter dated April 4, 2024, Ukraine informed of a derogation from some international treaties. But is it as concerning as it sounds?
PODCAST
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“Immediate solidarity”: being a foreign reporter in war-torn Ukraine - with Jen Stout

“Immediate solidarity”: being a foreign reporter in war-torn Ukraine - with Jen Stout

Scottish journalist shares her experiences of traveling through war-torn Ukrainian cities and villages.
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Story #149: Sculptor Turns Prosthetist to Transform People’s Lives Now

Story #149: Sculptor Turns Prosthetist to Transform People’s Lives Now

Liubomyr is a professional sculptor who uses his knowledge of human anatomy to create prostheses within Lviv's UNBROKEN rehabilitation center.
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May 11, 2024
War Games: How Russia Prepares its Citizens for Combat Through Play

War Games: How Russia Prepares its Citizens for Combat Through Play

Moscow revives Soviet combat games in an effort to militarize and prepare its people for war.
Analysis
May 10, 2024
How Does the eRecovery Program Work in Ukraine?

How Does the eRecovery Program Work in Ukraine?

Ukrainians have created a program enabling citizens to obtain compensation for destroyed or damaged housing as a result of aggression by the Russian Federation.
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May 10, 2024
Story #148. "Life Gains New Value When at War": Reflections of Ukrainian Poet and Soldier Dmytro Lazutkin

Story #148. "Life Gains New Value When at War": Reflections of Ukrainian Poet and Soldier Dmytro Lazutkin

The spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine about his poetic work and the path of a military man.