Why is Russia producing more and more absurd versions of PS752 crash cause?

Something strange is being observed in the Russian information segment after Iran pleaded guilty to the downing of the Ukrainian airliner flight PS752. More precisely, it all started right after the version was totally debunked of the Boeing being downed by U.S. specops forces on the ground, a U.S. UAV, or a U.S. missile. So […]

Beyond The Impeachment Drama: Why Ukraine Matters To America

The impeachment of President Donald Trump has thrust relations between the United States and Ukraine into the spotlight. This has amplified the ongoing debate over America’s ties to the former Soviet republic, with some questioning the wisdom of the current US commitment to Ukraine in its struggle against Russian aggression. Fox News has played a […]

Can Frontline Disengagements Help Ukraine Secure A Lasting Ceasefire With Putin?

A fragile ceasefire is showing signs of taking hold at the three recently disengaged zones along the frontlines in eastern Ukraine. This is raising hopes of a reduction in bloodshed as the undeclared war between Russia and Ukraine enters its sixth calendar year. President Zelenskyy is now seeking to demilitarize three further locations, and continues […]

Putin’s Imperial Ambitions Mean Ukraine Must Learn To Live With Frozen Conflict

Ever since his landslide election victory in spring 2019, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been eager to demonstrate that, unlike his “nationalist” predecessor Petro Poroshenko, he can negotiate a compromise with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.  However, it is now increasingly obvious this approach will not work, and there is very little Ukraine can do about […]

Embroiled In Russian-backed Separatist Conflicts, Azerbaijan, Ukraine Set To Deepen All-Out Ties

On an official visit to oil-rich Azerbaijan – the largest economy of the South Caucasus – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who was given the red-carpet treatment by his Azeri counterpart, encouraged businesses of the host nation to invest in his country. Though the spotlight was on expanding and further deepening business relations, the two leaders, whose […]

High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell met with the Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko on the margins of the 26th OSCE Ministerial Council

The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, Josep Borrell, met today with the Foreign Minister of Ukraine, Vadym Prystaiko, on the margins of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Bratislava.  The High Representative highlighted that Ukraine has taken welcome steps towards the implementation of the Minsk agreements. He hoped that the forthcoming Normandy format summit would be held […]

Ukraine Faces A Decisive December In A Rapidly Deteriorating Geopolitical Climate

December 2019 could become a decisive month for Ukraine. On December 3, a NATO Senior Leader Meeting will begin in London, and on December 9, the Normandy Four (Ukraine, Russia, France, and Germany) will hold a long-awaited peace summit in Paris. Meanwhile, if the tangled energy issues dividing Russia’s Gazprom and Ukraine’s Naftogaz are to […]

The movie is just beginning

Several years have passed since the world started talking aboutUkraine and Ukrainians. Our country became a topic of interest abroad and viewers from all over the world wanted to learn more about us and our history. Foreign film producers started developing more and more projects about Ukraine supporting this interest. Director and producer Nataliya Padilla, who was born inUkraine but […]