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Ewa Thompson: “Ukraine’s victory will force Russians to rewrite their history”

Ewa Thompson is a Polish-American literary scholar and a research professor of Slavic studies at Rice University in Houston. She was editor-in-chief of The Sarmatian Review magazine, published from 1981 to 2017. She has written several books on Russian literature,...

“What shall we call this war?” (2024)

The book chronicles two years of Ukrainian resistance against the full-scale Russian invasion, encompassing stories from both the frontline and the rear, mutual aid, international support, shared experiences of tragedies and triumphs, culture, and humour — illustrating the multifaceted aspects...

How Mykolaiv is being restored

As part of the “Restoration” project, Ukraїner tells how settlements that have been driven out of the enemy’s hands are recovering and being restored. Our first story was dedicated to Kharkiv, Slobozhanshchyna region, the second one —...

Crimea: a postponed war

On 1 March 2014, at 5:43 p.m., a news report titled “Russia has declared war on Ukraine” appeared on the Ukrainska Pravda website. At this exact time, the Federation Council of Russia publicly announced it would send Russian troops into...

Two years of full-scale war: the story of Maria from Mariupol

In 2022, Ukraïner’s “Listen to the voice of Mariupol” series was released. It features the stories of people who managed to escape the city after it was occupied by Russian forces. In February 2024, with Mariupol still under Russian...

Long road to Crimea: story of Mustafa Jemilev

That night, the howling of wild animals, wolves or jackals, was unbearable. “They are going to eat us,” a three-year old boy was crying as the sounds struck terror into his heart. His mother held him on her lap, hugged,...

When a day lasts a year. Reflecting on the Bucha massacre two years later

Russian soldiers entered Bucha, a city just outside of Kyiv, in the first days of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. One of the first viral photos from the war was of destroyed Russian equipment on Vokzalna Street. But a week...

How Russia’s war against Ukraine affects animals and the environment

How does Russia’s war in Ukraine endanger the environment and what can we do to restore it? Let’s find out from Ostap Reshetylo, associate professor at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and project manager at World Wildlife Fund...

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