Ukraine

11 July 2018
Israel Has Been Selling Firearms to Ukraine

The arms ended up being used by neo-Nazis, human right groups argue in a petition asking for the trade to stop.

 
9 July 2018
Soviet Dissident Levko Lukyanenko Dies at 89

The Ukrainian politician, who spent 25 years in Soviet prisons, helped craft Ukraine’s declaration of independence in August 1991, but also became known for white nationalism.

 
29 June 2018
Anxious Days on the Azov Sea

Russia deploys more naval ships and steps up stop-and-search of Ukrainian cargo vessels.

 
25 June 2018
Attack on Ukrainian Roma Camp Leaves One Dead Premium

The far-right group responsible for another recent attack was awarded a government education grant.

 
20 June 2018
Workers: Ukraine’s Loss is Poland’s Gain Premium

Poland, long a major source of emigration, is increasingly becoming a magnet for workers from poorer countries to its east.

 
14 June 2018
Graft Grows in Kyiv Garden Premium

As city residents learn about corruption in an inventive way, a glitch appears in the country’s vaunted new court meant to fight it.

 
12 June 2018
Victory Brings Pile of Trouble for Hungarian Footballers Premium

Team from western Ukraine called on carpet after winning tournament for the sport’s minnows.

 
7 June 2018
Ukrainian Lawmakers Approve Anti-Corruption Court Premium

Move may help unlock critical IMF funding for the country’s war-scarred economy.

 
6 June 2018
What We Know About the Man Accused of Plotting Babchenko’s Murder

The alleged mastermind before the assassination plot targeting the Russian journalist claims that he was a counterintelligence agent – or was he? From Hromadske International.

 
5 June 2018
Russia Convicts Ukrainian Journalist of Espionage Premium

Sushchenko case fuels suspicion that journalists on both sides are being manipulated by shadowy operators.

 

TOL PROMOTION

Transitions magazine = Your one-stop source for news, research and analysis on the post-communist region.

 

Sign up for the free TOL newsletter!

 

JOBS

MULTIMEDIA PROJECTS

Moldovan diaries

The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

ADVERTISEMENT
© Transitions Online 2018. All rights reserved. ISSN 1214-1615
Published by Transitions o.s., Baranova 33, 130 00 Prague 3, Czech Republic.