Euromaidan

The Cost of Crimea

If and when Russia absorbs Crimea, acquiring the peninsula isn’t going to come cheap. The real cost of Crimea might not be sanctions from the

Read More »

No Room for No in Crimea

Thus far I’ve been silent on the Russian military occupation of Crimea. I’ve found the deluge of media on the crisis quite overwhelming. I do

Read More »

Ukraine: Divided or Diverse

Originally posted at Current Politics in Ukraine. Reposted here with permission. by Uilleam Blacker On Wednesday, February 19, following the worst violence so far of

Read More »

The Titushki Generation

by Lesia Mazanik, 1 February 2014 Original in Russian Translated by William Risch Titushki is a new word from Ukrainians’ lexicon that the whole world

Read More »

The Day Kyiv Blew Up

Guest post by William Risch On January 19, 2014, Kyiv exploded.  It started with a peaceful mass rally of over 100,000 people at Independence Square

Read More »