Written by Uilson Jones Ever since the inception of Ukrainian statehood, there has been a heavily polarizing debate on the conflicting policies of Ukrainianization and Russification. The essence of this debate fundamentally stems from the idea of Ukrainian independence and the building of a Ukrainian nation-state in the context of a
Written by Joanna Sowińska Crucial hydraulic infrastructure in the central Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih was severely damaged on Thursday 14th of September after a series of Russian strikes in the region illustrating Russia’s increasingly erratic tactics in the Russian-Ukrainian war. According to Ukrinform, the Russians then launched a total
By Federico Arcuri Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to a variety of reactions in the West. For instance, strong economic sanctions have been inflicted on Russia by Western countries in order to damage the legitimacy of Putin and his supporting oligarchy. Another reaction has been, in some cases, the
By Zuzanna Mietlińska & Joanna Sowińska While the large-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022 surprised more than one, information on the war can be found on a wide spectrum of different sources. Ranging from press, television, but also social media, graphic images of the bombings and the wounded are shocking.
Ukraine: The Response from the West By Margaux Marzuoli, Uilson Jones, Federico Arcuri & Fernando López Having covered the Eastern European response in yesterday’s article, a second part on the Western response was needed. The unified reaction of the European countries cannot be understood in isolation, but only in relation
By Uilson Jones, Zuzanna Mietlińska, Chira Tudoran Due to repeated rhetoric about a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on the side of the US, the beginning of 2022 was very tense for people in Eastern Europe. However, when the war eventually arrived at Europe’s doorstep, many were caught off guard by
By Ayān Sule The current Indian ruling party and its minions love to berate the Nehruvian intellectual paradigm in their naivete, whilst being simultaneously oblivious to the fact that the ruling party still operates within the Nehruvian paradigm. From Non-Alignment to secularism, and everything in between, the Union Government still
By Juni Moltubak “War is the epitome of hell,” said Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed as he accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo last year. Praised for his peace-making efforts with neighbouring Eritrea, Ahmed further stated that peace “gives hope for the future and faith in humanity.” Seen as