Svitlana Khytrenko (@s_khytrenko) is a Ukrainian student who has lived in Germany and Poland since escaping Kyiv back in March. She sat down with Benjamin Wittes on #LiveFromUkraine to talk about her experiences as a refugee, her life in Poland, and her feelings about Russia and its imperial clownishness.
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Cyberwarfare during the Russian invasion of Ukraine has not played out as some expected—but it has an impact with some important long-term implications.
On Thursday afternoon, the Justice Department unsealed an indictment charging Anna Gabrielian—a Maryland doctor—and her husband, Jamie Lee Henry—a major in the U.S. Army—with conspiracy and for the disclosure of the confidential health information of Americans associated with the United States government and military to Russia in connection with its war against Ukraine.
The Justice Department unsealed an indictment charging Russian oligarch Oleg Vladimirovich Deripaska,and two associates with conspiracy to violate U.S. sanctions imposed on Deripaska and one of his business entities.
Where there is a lack of reliable public opinion surveys, analyzing queries typed into the main Russian search engine can give insights into Russian public opinion and how it changes.
Oleksandra Povoroznik is a Kyiv-based journalist, film critic and translator, who joins us to discuss the changing politics of language in Ukraine, as well as the country's defiant wartime culture and humor.
An overfocus on covert networks on Facebook and Twitter misses the full expanse of the propaganda strategies that often reach more users through different communication media.
Vitalii Ovarchenko is a Ukrainian army soldier who participated in the defense of Kyiv and is now stationed in the Donbas. He sat down with Benjamin Wittes on #LiveFromUkraine to talk about his life before Russia's invasion, his current role in the Ukrainian military, and more.
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has triggered an unprecedented rollout of sanctions from the international community. What does it mean for the future of sanctions practice?
On Feb. 22, she was a city councilwoman in Kyiv. Since February 24, she has been a combat medic in the Donesk region. Alina Mykhailova chats with us from the front about her life before and during the war and about the current situation on the front lines of the fighting in Donbas.