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      ‘Between Two Fires’ looks at the complexities of life in Putin’s Russia
      Feb05

      ‘Between Two Fires’ looks at the complexities of life in Putin’s Russia

      Joshua Yaffa lives in Russia and is the Moscow correspondent for The New Yorker magazine. In his new book, “Between Two Fires,” he writes about how complicated life is in President Vladimir Putin’s Russia, and how — to some degree — he found the same in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      Pompeo heads to Kyiv under shadow of political ‘theater’
      Jan31

      Pompeo heads to Kyiv under shadow of political ‘theater’

      US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heads to Kyiv under the shadow of the impeachment trial in the Senate and a contentious interview in which Pompeo asked a reporter, “Do you think Americans care about Ukraine?” …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      Alyona Alyona breathes new life into Ukrainian rap scene
      Jan17

      Alyona Alyona breathes new life into Ukrainian rap scene

      When Alyona Savranenko turned 12, hip-hop found her in a small rural village. Now Savranenko, a former kindergarten teacher, is the biggest rapper in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      Ukraine is ‘sending a very clear message to corrupt elites’
      Dec27

      Ukraine is ‘sending a very clear message to corrupt elites’

      The instances of corruption coming to light in Ukraine these days aren’t necessarily warning signs of a country moving backward. They’re signs of progress. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      Is Russia’s new bridge to Crimea ‘primarily an image project’?
      Dec24

      Is Russia’s new bridge to Crimea ‘primarily an image project’?

      The railway portion of Europe’s longest bridge opened Monday, Dec. 23, 2019. The infrastructure project cost around $3.5 billion and spans nearly 12 miles. But as far as many European leaders are concerned, it’s nothing to celebrate. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      This former Ukrainian MP wants US politicians to ‘stop playing the Ukrainian card’
      Nov27

      This former Ukrainian MP wants US politicians to ‘stop playing the Ukrainian card’

      Many Republicans say a “black ledger” acquired by Sergii Leshchenko is a forgery and that it was publicly released to link President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, to corruption in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      Gordon Sondland testifies on impeachment inquiry
      Nov21

      Gordon Sondland testifies on impeachment inquiry

      Sondland described broad involvement at the upper levels of the Trump administration in a pressure campaign against Ukraine. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      Yovanovitch testimony shows US foreign policy is ‘in shambles,’ former diplomat says
      Nov16

      Yovanovitch testimony shows US foreign policy is ‘in shambles,’ former diplomat says

      In the second day of televised impeachment hearings, one former diplomat says it’s been distressing to watch the testimony of Marie Yovanovitch, who was abruptly removed from her post as US ambassador to Ukraine earlier this year. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      New testimony, transcripts, paint fuller picture of quid pro quo
      Nov06

      New testimony, transcripts, paint fuller picture of quid pro quo

      Transcripts of more than 350 pages each from House interviews with US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland and the Trump Administration’s special envoy to Ukraine, Kurt Volker were made public, as was new testimony from Sondland included “refreshed” recollections. …read more Source:: Public Radio...

      The president’s action in Ukraine ‘was wrong,’ experts say
      Oct26

      The president’s action in Ukraine ‘was wrong,’ experts say

      The World’s Marco Werman analyzes this week in the impeachment inquiry with Michael McFaul, former US ambassador to Russia, and lawyer and author Teri Kanefield. …read more Source:: Public Radio...