New Statesman, 14-20 March 2014 The first Ukrainian I met was called Peter. On my first visit to Kyiv, exactly 20 years ago, Peter introduced himself to me in front of the monument to the 150,000 massacred Jews of Babi Yar. He was a retired accountant from Croydon, but had been born outside Kharkiv, […]
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Timid western politics won’t wash with Putin
By admin on March 14, 2014 in Journalism
Rebirth of a nation
By admin on March 7, 2014 in Journalism
Bullied and humiliated by Russia, seen as a strategic buffer by the US, Ukraine is riven by corruption and deeply divided. Can it rise and free itself?