Katherine Jacobsen

Katherine Jacobsen


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More than 100 peo­ple were gunned down in Maid­an Square a year ago, but in­ves­ti­ga­tions have failed to bring pros­e­cu­tions.

Published On 26 Mar 2015

Ukraine faces a wors­en­ing hu­man­i­tar­i­an cri­sis with 100,000 peo­ple be­ing in­ter­nal­ly dis­placed as the con­flict rages on.

Published On 10 Aug 2014

Choco­late mag­nate and ‘po­lit­i­cal chameleon’ Petro Poroshenko seems like­ly to win Ukraine’s pres­i­den­tial elec­tions.

Published On 23 May 2014

De­spite suc­cess­ful pub­lic re­la­tions cam­paigns, arch­con­ser­v­a­tive groups do not fare well in po­lit­i­cal polls.

Published On 20 May 2014

A vo­cal mi­nor­i­ty in Ukraine’s east wants to join Rus­sia, and Kiev has so far been un­able to put down the sep­a­ratists.

Published On 17 Apr 2014

One fac­tion of the Or­tho­dox church is seen as pro-Russ­ian while an­oth­er sec­tor re­ceives sup­port from Kiev.

Published On 1 Apr 2014

Moscow sup­port­ers say ‘re­uni­fy­ing’ will boost Ukraine’s mori­bund econ­o­my, but oth­ers de­nounce ‘fake vote’ in Crimea.

Published On 17 Mar 2014

The dis­pute be­tween Rus­sia and Ukraine over strate­gic Sev­astopol has be­gun to af­fect every­day life in the city.

Published On 10 Mar 2014

Ukraine’s au­tonomous penin­su­la has be­come the fo­cal point of new glob­al geopo­lit­i­cal ten­sions.

Published On 2 Mar 2014