Are Ukrainian prosecutors disrupting the investigation into the murder of Kateryna Handzyuk?
The high-profile investigation into the shocking murder of Ukrainian activist Kateryna Handzyuk is beginning to fall apart. Suspects are now facing lighter charges, and several of them could soon be released from investigative detention.
The people’s rebellion, or why a showman became president of Ukraine
In their wholesale rejection of the incumbent president, Ukrainian citizens have followed the logic of France’s Yellow Vests – only within the electoral system.
Estonia: why the far-right in power is the best case scenario for the Kremlin
Mainstream conservatives are increasingly looking to the far right for political support. In Estonia, this means far-right politicians in key government posts - and more uncertainty in the country's relationship with Russia.