The Chechen War Moves to Ukraine
The American Doctor Trying to Cure Ukraine
Russia’s New Ambassador to U.S. Doesn’t Give an Inch
Anatoly Antonov oversaw Russia’s intervention in Ukraine and its showdown with Turkey. No more Mr. Nice Guy.
Huge Ransomware Attack Hits Ukraine, Spreads Globally
When computers throughout vital industries started freezing late Tuesday morning, Ukraine knew it was in trouble. And then, there were the murders ...
Ukraine’s President Beats Putin to the White House
In Washington, President Poroshenko got a big smile from POTUS, and better still, new sanctions on Russia.
IN LOVE AND PEACE
Kiev Celebrates LGBT Pride in the Face of Hate and War
Thousands descended on Ukraine’s capital Sunday to stand up for rights and equality amid counterprotests by ultranationalists and a legacy of violence.
The Filmmaker Holding Putin’s Feet to the Fire
After helming the Ukrainian revolution doc ‘Maidan,’ Sergei Loznitsa is back at Cannes with ‘A Gentle Creature’—a disturbing portrait of contemporary Russia.
Ukrainians Say FBI Questioning Them About Manafort’s Past
Members of parliament and government agencies in Kiev have been investigating Trump’s former campaign manager for years. Now, they say, the feds are getting interested.
THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
Ukraine’s Ingrained Culture of Torture
Human-rights groups will report soon on the abuses of Kiev’s security forces and of the rebels in Ukraine. As The Daily Beast discovered, it’s a very ugly picture.