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  • History

    Oleksandr Paliy for UP Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 12:01 When the current Russian government throws angry accusations of “accomplices to Nazism”, it should have first removed the plank from its own eye. One could start with...

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  • History

    The long road from Kyivan Rus to EuroMaidan: brotherhood and battle. Ukraine needs independent journalism. And we need you. Join our community on Patreon and help us better connect Ukraine to the world. We’ll use your contribution...

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  • History

    by Artyom Krechetnikov, BBC Russia, Moscow The figure of Stepan Bandera is once again in the spotlight, in connection with the revolutionary developments in Ukraine. Moscow commentators and participants of pro-Russian demonstrations...

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  • History, Russian Aggression

    1. Common origins? For more than 300 years, ‘Moskovia’ was… ‘Moskovia’ This is key for proper understanding… up until the early 1700s, most maps, government documents and all other records throughout...

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  • Maidan, More

    Konstantin Sigov, 16 February 2014 Greetings to you from Kyiv, where I find myself at the moment. For several months, I have been waking up thinking of the people who spend their nights on Independence Square, called Maidan, in Kyiv. Their...

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  • Maidan, More

    Fourteen protesters describe why they came to Maidan, what they were doing, and what they want Was it terribly scary on Hrushevsky Street? It wasn’t, when it was heavy action. I’m opposed to Yanukovych because of the low...

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  • Maidan, More

    Vika Yasynska, a photographer from Kyiv, met with people representing the medical profession at Maidan. They are from all over Ukraine, with different fates, united with a common purpose and the confidence that they will remain here as...

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  • Maidan, More

    Kyiv is relatively calm now, so it’s just the right time to study Maidan in detail. Almost everybody has heard that word, but not everybody imagines how everything works here. Now the protesters occupy Kyiv’s center –...

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  • Maidan, More

    What continues to amaze me is the lack of understanding among the general public and even politicians in the West that we are watching historical events evolve before our eyes. A country of 53 million and the size of France is going...

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