Pro-Russian separatists in the country's eastern regions are disseminating rap videos with heavily Orthodox lyrics to rally the faithful.
The most prominent figures among the provocateurs in eastern Ukraine turn out to be a motley crew of eccentric war lovers, and even Russian President Putin may find them embarrassing.
An oligarch hopes that offering rewards for captured Russians will motivate the public and the troops, but so far all he’s inspired is cynical—and desperate—laughter.
Moscow now offers a how-to guide for Russians who want to raise hell in Ukraine, and it’s working.
Ideologue Alexander Dugin’s notion of “Eurasia” is at the heart of Russia’s new drive to expand its territory and influence.
Brutal, defiant “Bilyi” was a dream come true for Kremlin propagandists, a nightmare for Ukrainian moderates. Now, just as he predicted on YouTube, he’s dead.
Why stop at Crimea? How Putin uses “political myth” to persuade his people they have every right to rebuild their former empire.
The Russian president charged ahead with plans to annex Crimea, but his claims about the territory are pure fiction.
As pro-Moscow squads are intimidating locals to vote ‘yes’ to join Russia, many Ukraine nationalists and ethnic Tatars are trying to make arrangements to temporarily leave the region.