Published in: oDR: FeatureHow the new year brought death, destruction and darkness to Kyiv
Ukrainians find little to celebrate during the most difficult winter holidays the country has ever seen
Published in: oDR: News24 hours in Kyiv: The day that changed Ukraine forever
As Russia invades, people are fleeing their homes and cash machines are empty. A Ukrainian journalist reports from...
Published in: oDR: OpinionUkrainian journalist: ‘We cannot choose when we die, but we can choose how’
The only pity is that now we must spend all our energy and resources on opposing Russia instead of improving...
Ukraine: what next?
There was a way out of the Ukraine crisis this week, through dialogue and accommodation. But the regime, backed by...
How was he to know? The cracking of the Ukraine regime
Ukraine’s parliament has abandoned the law to curb public protests only recently introduced and the prime minister...
Prayers for the dead
In Kyiv, Metropolitan Pavel – aka ‘Pasha the Merc’ – has succeeded in closing down Ukraine’s only specialist...
Dirty tricks undermine media freedom in Ukraine
Ukraine’s bright ‘Orange Revolution’ has faded, leeched of its liberal colours by the authoritarian government of...
Fighting the developers in Kyiv
The fate of historic buildings is a global hot topic, but this month activists occupying an old trading complex in...
Conservation protests in Kyiv: a civic re-awakening?
Disillusioned by the failure of the post-Orange Revolution coalition, Ukrainian civil society has so far appeared...
Likely Yanukovych victory alters the balance of power in eastern Europe
Yanukovych victory may redraw spheres of influence in eastern Europe. Afghan police detained after killing of...