Political geography & the Ukraine
A Divided Ukraine 2014
Foreign Policy, Ukraine, Civil Wars, Donald Trump, Donald O'connor, Russia, Crime, Politics
A peaceful march attracting about people in Kiev was a striking contrast to what happened last year, when members of far-right organizations attacked the 300 or so participants, injuring dozens.
Russians are fulminating about an “information war” and blaming the United States after a Ukrainian beat their nation’s odds-on favorite in the song contest.
Two years after annexation, Crimea still causes a cartographical headache.
Pro-Russia rebels fire a volley of Grad missiles at Ukrainian government troops on Feb. 18 near Debaltseve. Ukrainian troops pulled out of Debaltseve after it was stormed by pro-Russia rebels.
Ukrainian Pilot, Nadiya Savchenko, Is Exchanged for 2 Russian Prisoners. The high-profile inmate swap could help ease negotiations over a settlement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine.