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    Ukraine in World War II: between the devil and the deep blue sea.
    May01

    Ukraine in World War II: between the devil and the deep blue sea.

    Ukraine experienced the horrors of the Second World War. Two brutal totalitarian regimes of the XX century – Nazi and Soviet – fought for control over Ukrainian lands. Ukrainian Insurgent Army fought against both invaders for many years. Infographics by Ukraine crisis media center View the infographic in full...

    Anti terrorist operation in Ukraine: summary of one year. Infographics
    Apr22

    Anti terrorist operation in Ukraine: summary of one year. Infographics

    On April 2014 Russia started the hybrid war against Ukraine after Crimea annexation. The visual summary of this year from Ukraine crisis media center   View the infographic in full size See also: How the front in Eastern Ukraine has been changed....

    Nuclear arsenals of Ukraine and Russia 1991 and 2014. Infographics
    Mar01

    Nuclear arsenals of Ukraine and Russia 1991 and 2014. Infographics

    «Nuclear weapons do not buy security. They provide instability and disaster», – Rose Gottemoeller, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security. The infographic below compares the nuclear capacities of Ukraine and Russia in 1991 and 2014. Infographics by Ukraine crisis media center View infographics in full size See also:...

    All of the Crimea becomes a Russian military base
    Dec25

    All of the Crimea becomes a Russian military base

    Since the annexation, Russia has been deploying heavy troops closer to the borders of Ukraine and other European nations. Nearly 40,000 troops, 43 battleships, and dozens of missile launchers and fighter jets recently deployed to the Ukrainian peninsula now threaten the security of the entire European region. Infographics by Ukraine crisis media...

    What is opinion of G20 members towards Ukraine?
    Nov25

    What is opinion of G20 members towards Ukraine?

    Held on November 15-16, 2014, the IX G20 summit gathers 19 world’s most advanced economies and Russia, whose oil and gas-based economy is collapsing due to their aggressive actions in Ukraine. All members of the G20 have already expressed strong support to Ukraine and condemned Russia’s unwillingness to end the conflict. Infographics by Ukraine...

    Anti-terrorist operation in Eastern Ukraine and the Chechen War: Infographics
    Nov17

    Anti-terrorist operation in Eastern Ukraine and the Chechen War: Infographics

    Comparison of Anti-terrorist operation in Eastern Ukraine and the Chechen War View infographics in full...

    Russian Ruble Collapse. Infographic
    Nov08

    Russian Ruble Collapse. Infographic

    At the end of October 2014 Russia faced the unprecedented devaluation of the ruble View infographic in full size The main reasons for the fall of the Russian ruble: Falling oil prices in the world US and EU sector-wide economic sanctions and personal sanctions Outflow of investors and capital – up to 100 billion for 2014 For 1 day Russian...

    After Putin’s agression: Donbas is in Ruins
    Nov01

    After Putin’s agression: Donbas is in Ruins

    View in full size Infographic by Ukraine Crisis Media...

    Opinion from the outside: what the USA and the EU think about Ukraine
    Oct19

    Opinion from the outside: what the USA and the EU think about Ukraine

    Citizens have the power to influence the foreign policy of their country. According to the poll conducted by TNS Opinion, the citizens of the EU and the USA are in favor of supporting Ukraine in any possible way. Voters express the strongest backing to providing economic and political support to Ukraine; however, when asked about the country’s...

    Black week for Russian economy. How Russia spent 1 million reserves per minute. Infographic
    Oct12

    Black week for Russian economy. How Russia spent 1 million reserves per minute. Infographic

    On Friday, October 10 Russia spent 1,5 billion USD foreign exchange reserves – it means 1 million reserves per minute. All sectors of Russian economy are falling down… why? The main difference of the Russian economy falling was that it happened without any political news on the contrary to March 3, 2014 when there was “The Black...

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