Stefan Jajecznyk is a graduate of the School of Slavonic and East-European Studies at UCL. Since finishing his undergraduate studies, Continue reading
The second instalment of the War in Donbas series tells the story of Natali Prilutskaya – a Civil Society Volunteer from Kyiv.
In the first of a series of articles, I account my initial experiences and observations following my recent trip the Continue reading
8th time lucky…?!
… had EuroMaidan not occurred, Ukraine may have still had Crimea, but it wouldn’t have had much else.
This week ‘Canadian-Ukrainian’ Michael Shchur (website here) described an inspired, Raccoon-based analogy as to the situation in Ukraine, both prior-to Continue reading
Last month I spent several days as part of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America’s (UCCA) election observer mission to Continue reading
Ukrainians will head to the polls on May 25th in what may well be the most important election since the Continue reading
Ukrainians and Russians Contradict Putin Opinion polls conducted in Russia and Ukraine give an interesting insight into the thoughts of Continue reading