In its new weekly digest UkraineWorld looks back into the key lessons from the 4 months of Russia’s full-scale invasion.
Is Russian propaganda responsible for the current Russian atrocities against Ukraine? How has it tried to dehumanise its enemies, and has it succeeded? Chief editor of UkraineWorld.org Volodymyr Yermolenko talks to Vitalii Rybak, UkraineWorld’s chief analyst.
With this episode, UkraineWorld is starting a series of weekly podcasts, in which experts are making an overview of key events in or around Ukraine during the past week. This episode is focused on 13-19 June 2022.
The Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting calls on the Council of the European Union to immediately give Ukraine the status of a candidate for EU membership next week during the Brussels Summit.
Petro Burkovskyi and Olexiy Haran from the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation have explained why Ukraine needs hard security guarantees.
UkraineWorld has issued a new episode of its podcast about Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, located 40 km from the Russian border. Kharkiv has severely suffered from the Russian shelling and is still bombed almost every day.
400 million people around the world depend on food that comes from Ukraine. Russia has not only attacked Ukraine and killed tens of thousands of civilians, but has also blocked Ukrainian seaports, through which the country exports 90 million tons of food annually.
100 days of the full-scale war, 8 years since Russia’s first invasion in 2014: the war does not seem to end soon. UkraineWorld draws some conclusions from the 100 days and analyses how it can proceed in the future.
What are the causes of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine? Are they found in the developments of the past decades or in the deeper past? Why is this invasion a sign of Russian weakness?
Three months have passed since Russia started its invasion of Ukraine. In this episode, UkraineWorld draws some key conclusions.