Isobel Koshiw is a journalist based in London covering corruption.
Published in: oDR: AnalysisWhat would Western sanctions mean for Russia?
The unprecedented measures proposed by the US, the EU and the UK could create chaos in Russia’s economy and...
Published in: oDR: ExplainerEveryone is talking about Minsk but what does it mean for Ukraine?
If Ukraine accepts Russia’s interpretation of the Minsk Agreements it could face indefinite Russian influence in its...
Published in: oDR: FeatureBanks in spotlight over Belarus regime finance in London
Did international banks break their own ethics policies by helping Belarus's repressive regime issue $1.25bn of state bonds?
Grift, graft, and the Saakashvili show
Anti-corruption intrigue and opposition fanfare are leaving Ukrainians and the west disillusioned with Poroshenko’s politics.
Ukraine’s opposition protest: not quite a Maidan, not yet a movement
As the opposition splinters, the line between protest and destabilisation grows thinner in Ukrainian minds.
Growing up apolitical in Ukraine’s war zone
War, propaganda and misunderstanding — teenagers in Ukraine’s frontline towns are growing up under incredible...