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    Battling for Hearts and Minds: Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine
    Feb17

    Battling for Hearts and Minds: Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine

    The Minsk agreement, designed to bring peace to eastern Ukraine, turned two this week. But it hasn’t stopped the violence — in part because Kiev has done little to promote reconciliation. If that doesn’t change, unifying the country will prove impossible. …read more Source: Der...

    Domestic Refugees in Ukraine: Waiting Out the War
    Jan19

    Domestic Refugees in Ukraine: Waiting Out the War

    The war in eastern Ukraine has uprooted hundreds of thousands of people, forcing them to flee from the constant shelling. Many of them have since found shelter, but they are yearning to return to their old lives. …read more Source: Der...

    A Crude Heroine: Nadiya Savchenko’s Assault on Ukraine’s Elite
    Sep07

    A Crude Heroine: Nadiya Savchenko’s Assault on Ukraine’s Elite

    After her release from a Russia prison, Ukrainian helicopter pilot Nadiya Savchenko was celebrated as a hero. Now, though, she is making powerful enemies with her coarse verbal attacks against the country’s political elite. …read more Source: Der...

    The Crimea Complex: A Crisis of Identity Where East Meets West
    Jul04

    The Crimea Complex: A Crisis of Identity Where East Meets West

    It’s been two years since Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine. Since then, President Vladimir Putin has been cheered for liberating the peninsula and scorned for usurping it — depending on who you ask. But what do the Crimeans think? …read more Source: Der...

    Step-by-Step Rapprochement: Germany Considers Easing of Russia Sanctions
    May30

    Step-by-Step Rapprochement: Germany Considers Easing of Russia Sanctions

    Standing tough on Russia remains official policy, but Germany has begun working on the careful easing of sanctions imposed following Moscow’s aggression in Ukraine. The US is opposed, but many in the EU could support the new approach. By SPIEGEL Staff …read more Source: Der...

    Changing the System: An Outsider Takes on Political Corruption in Ukraine
    May12

    Changing the System: An Outsider Takes on Political Corruption in Ukraine

    Ukraine’s most popular politician lives far away from the country’s capital. The mayor of Lviv is admired for his pragmatic approach to politics and for his refusal to do the president’s bidding. Many believe he could soon bring his leadership style to Kiev. …read more Source: Der...

    Left Behind: Life in Purgatory on the Ukrainian Front Lines
    Nov05

    Left Behind: Life in Purgatory on the Ukrainian Front Lines

    Trade has slowly resumed between Kiev and Donetsk despite the ongoing trade embargo, but life for those who live on the frontlines in Ukraine remains difficult. And war could return to the region at any moment. …read more Source: Der...

    Muzzling the Media: Defying the Kremlin Crackdown on Press Freedom
    Jul02

    Muzzling the Media: Defying the Kremlin Crackdown on Press Freedom

    Against the backdrop of the bloody conflict in Ukraine, the Kremlin is seeking to harness the Russian media and increasingly clamping down on critical voices. But some journalists are refusing to deliver pro-Putin propaganda. …read more Source: Der...

    Angels and Demons: Ukraine, One Year After Poroshenko
    Jun03

    Angels and Demons: Ukraine, One Year After Poroshenko

    Since his election, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has struggled to free his country from the influence of the oligarchs. But a new generation of reformers is determined to make it happen. …read more Source: Der...

    Donetsk Separatist Leader: ‘We Are Not Citizens of Ukraine’
    Apr29

    Donetsk Separatist Leader: ‘We Are Not Citizens of Ukraine’

    Alexander Zakharchenko is the leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, which is not recognized by the international community. In a rare interview, he says his greatest hope is that Moscow will annex his territory just as it did Crimea. …read more Source: Der...

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