• Post Scriptum. Vengeance
    Sonya Koshkina
    Ukraine's leaders seem to have finally come to realise that vengeance must be taken on those responsible for the deaths on Maydan and other grave crimes of the Yanukovych clique. Otherwise, the tables can be turned on them.
  • What stands in the way of Ukraine’s arms exports to Iraq
    Andrey Starostin
    Whereas previously Russian arms exporters resorted to the costly tactic of information war, now this approach is used increasingly more often as the last argument in competition.
  • The blocking of Russian social networks: how this concerns the country's security
    Igor Solovey
    Like in any other war, Ukraine is fully entitled to use "active defence" to counter Russia's hybrid aggression, including by banning access to its propaganda media. Although some fear encroachment on the freedom of speech, others in the West may actually follow Ukraine's suit in the future.
  • Post Scriptum. Israel’s lessons. And more
    Sonya Koshkina
    Sonya Koshkina suggests Ukraine may learn from Israel’s early years and possibly master a more assertive stance.
  • Ukraine-NATO: 20 years of cooperation
    Iurii Mykhailov
    The 20th anniversary of the Ukraine-NATO Charter will be marked this summer. A spokesperson for the NATO Public Diplomacy Division, Carmen Romero, talked to LB.ua about its agenda, Ukraine's progress in defence reform and prospects for Ukraine-NATO cooperation.
  • Post Scriptum. Cop wars
    Sonya Koshkina
    Sonya Koshkina is looking at infighting between law-enforcement agencies and ways to turn it into a healthy competition.
  • Washington can become first US state to recognize Holodomor as genocide of Ukrainian people
    Kseniya Kirillova
    These days the Congress of the State of Washington may pass a resolution recognizing the Holodomor as an act of genocide of the Ukrainian people. If adopted, this will be the first legal recognition of this kind in the US history.
  • Prove it: Why Russia has once again "found" Ukraine arming terrorists
    Vadim Dovnar
    Ahead of an important arms show in Istanbul, Russia has once again tried to blame Ukraine for arming terrorists. The allegations are made to impede Turkey-Ukraine military cooperation and damage Kyiv's international image.
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