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Putin’s new hostages

Aug 25 2015

Oleg Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko were singing the Ukrainian anthem when their trial was over.


Independence carries a high cost

Aug 24 2015

To be honest, neither August 24, Ukraine Independence Day, or June 12, Russia Independence Day, carried much importance for me.



Aug 14 2015

Even Vladimir Putin’s most passionate defenders do not deny that he now has a personality cult, but even his most committed critics acknowledge that such a cult is not an explanation but rather something that must be explained, all the more so because the Putin cult did not emerge full-blown all at once but rather has emerged and evolved over the last 15 years.


MH17 and what could have been

Jul 17 2015

One year ago marks the tragedy of Malaysia Airlines Flight #17. It departed from Amsterdam en route to Kuala Lumpur on July 17, 2014.


No justice for Srebrenica. Russia vetoed the genocide resolution

Jul 10 2015

Russia vetoed the UN resolution calling to recognize Srebrenica massacre as a genocide.

Between July 11 and July 13 of 1995, Europe witnessed a horrific event in its Balkans region, the worst since the Second World War.