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Memories in chains. The struggle for closure in Prijedor

The Bosnian War (6 April 1992 – 14 December 1995) ended almost 30 years ago. According to estimates, which, of course, are unlikely to be final, about 98,000 people died. Although the brutal war has subsided, for many survivors, the...

Without Ukraine, there would have been no victory. What exactly is Russia’s lie regarding World War II?

For the first time, the main hero of Victory Day is not Russia, but Ukraine. The attention of countries that truly honor this May holiday will be drawn to Ukrainians. A nation that once suffered grief because of the invasion...

Ukraine Through the Eyes of Deborah Fairlamb

This episode of “Ukraine Through the Eyes of Others” features Deborah Fairlamb, a founding partner at Green Flag Ventures, a venture capital firm focusing on tech products, founded in 2023. Deborah has extensive corporate, entrepreneurial, and government experience across different...

Voices of Mariupol.Two years after annexation: Halyna’s Story

‘Hear the Voice of Mariupol’ is a series on people who survived the Russian blockade of the Ukrainian port-city Mariupol in 2022, and managed to evacuate. Two years later, we meet them again to learn how their life has...

How Borodianka is being restored

The settlements north of Kyiv were among the first to begin the restoration process after the Russian occupation and battles for the region, as Ukrainian defenders liberated them in April 2022. However, the invaders spent over a month there, and...

Celebrities of Ukrainian descent

Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has prompted Ukrainians to take an even closer look at their family trees and understand their lineage. The same is true for people with Ukrainian roots, who may not have even realised that they are...

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...

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