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Ukrainian Field Notes III

In response to Russian President Putin’s unprecedented and unprovoked military attack against Ukraine, the EU adopted a “comprehensive and robust package of restrictive sanctions designed to: -cripple the Kremlin’s ability to finance the war-impose clear economic and political costs on

Ukrainian Field Notes III

In response to Russian President Putin’s unprecedented and unprovoked military attack against Ukraine, the EU adopted a “comprehensive and robust package of restrictive sanctions designed to: -cripple the Kremlin’s ability to finance the war-impose clear economic and political costs on

Ukrainian Field Notes II

According to figures from the UNHCR, almost a quarter of Ukraine’s population – more than 10 million people – have been forced from their homes. Some 3.7 million refugees have been forced to flee the country, making this the fastest-growing

Ukrainian Field Notes II

According to figures from the UNHCR, almost a quarter of Ukraine’s population – more than 10 million people – have been forced from their homes. Some 3.7 million refugees have been forced to flee the country, making this the fastest-growing

Mир / Mir

In Russia, more than 15,000 Russian citizens have been detained between February 24 and March 20 for protesting against the invasion of Ukraine, according to data from monitoring group OVD-Info. Russia’s parliament passed a law criminalizing the distribution of “fake

Mир / Mir

In Russia, more than 15,000 Russian citizens have been detained between February 24 and March 20 for protesting against the invasion of Ukraine, according to data from monitoring group OVD-Info. Russia’s parliament passed a law criminalizing the distribution of “fake

UKRAINIAN FIELD NOTES

“For the past eight years, they kept telling us we were going to be invaded. We didn’t think it would actually happen.” And then it did. My friend from Cherkasy, told me that her first reaction to war was to

UKRAINIAN FIELD NOTES

“For the past eight years, they kept telling us we were going to be invaded. We didn’t think it would actually happen.” And then it did. My friend from Cherkasy, told me that her first reaction to war was to