On Wednesday, April 19, the International Court of Justiceissued its first interim ruling in the Ukraine vs. Russia case — the judgment on provisional measures. This document left many questions. Those who wanted to see “victory” for Ukraine could find it. Similarly, people could also find “betrayal”.
INTERVIEW | From Prolonged War to Navigating a New Donbas – interview with Ukrainian activist and ex-chief adviser to Minister of Defense Oleksandr Danylyuk
Despite Ukraine asserting its independence under fire, the past three years of hybrid warfare have brought gains and losses. UDI’s Nathan Stormont sat down with Ukrainian civil society activist and former chief adviser to the Minister of Defense, Oleksandr Danylyuk, to discuss how the prolonged war in Donbas has affected civil society, media freedom, and… Read more »
ARTICLE | What Exactly is Hromadske Radio? What is Their Goal? Where Do They Get Their Money? Why Is Russia Banning Them?
Hello and welcome to Ukraine Calling, your weekly review of what’s been happening in Ukraine with a focus on a main issue. I’m Oksana Smerechuk for Hromadske Radio in Kyiv, and here’s a look at some of the stories that were in the news this week.
ARTICLE | A Century After the US Entered World War I, Modern-Day Trench Warfare Continues in Ukraine
Tanks, artillery, machine guns, snipers, land mines, and trenches—the type of warfare in Ukraine today, and the day-to-day life of the soldiers who fight in it, is not altogether different from what American doughboys encountered on the Western Front a century ago; albeit on a much smaller geographic and human scale.