Analysis

Analysis
September 7, 2023

Uncovering Ukraine: Ukrainian Studies in the World (Part 1)

Russia’s full-scale aggression against Ukraine has highlighted the growing global importance of developing Ukrainian studies.
Analysis
September 4, 2023

Calling for Peace: Why a Bad Peace is Worse than a Good War

Calls for a cease-fire to end the Russo-Ukrainian war without addressing the genocidal nature of Russia’s aggression drift the world away from secure peace.
Analysis
September 4, 2023

What Role Does Documentary Theatre Play in Testifying About the Russo-Ukrainian War?

UkraineWorld spoke to Andriy May, Ukrainian director, screenwriter.
Analysis
September 3, 2023

Green Reconstruction of Ukraine’s Energy System: (Un)Timely?

Even though the war is still ongoing, Ukraine is preparing for its post-war reconstruction. Green reconstruction of the energy system is one of Ukraine's top priorities.
Analysis
September 1, 2023

How Exactly Do Sanctions Work?

UkraineWorld spoke to Oleh Katkov Editor-in-Chief, Defense Express.
Analysis
August 29, 2023

PrintArmy: When Small Things Matter

The Russian-Ukrainian war has demonstrated the value of modern technologies on the battlefield.
Analysis
August 28, 2023

Ukrainian Collective Memory: Minted from Azovstal

UkraineWorld spoke to Alina Ponypalyak, Ph.D. in History, expert at the Ukrainian Security and Cooperation Centre.
Analysis
August 25, 2023

Ukraine’s Reconstruction: Combining Institutional and Financial Architecture of Building Back Better

UkraineWorld spoke to Yuriy Romashko, Executive Director of the Institute for Analytics and Advocacy.
Analysis
August 23, 2023

Russia Deports Ukrainian Children: Can We Bring Them Home?

Russia continues committing the war crime of deportation, abducting thousands of Ukrainian children.
Analysis
August 22, 2023

What Are the Truths And Myths About the War on the Black Sea?

Counting its internationally-recognized territory, Russia has around 10 percent of the Black Sea’s coastline.