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      Ukraine Ended Secret Government Spending. Vaccine Makers Now Demand It.
      Jan22

      Ukraine Ended Secret Government Spending. Vaccine Makers Now Demand It.

      Seeking to secure vital supplies, the authorities in the country maneuvered around anticorruption rules that require public disclosure of contracts. …read more Source:: The New York...

      In Vaccine Geopolitics, a Great Game Played With Ukrainians’ Health
      Jan09

      In Vaccine Geopolitics, a Great Game Played With Ukrainians’ Health

      Blocked from obtaining vaccines from the United States, its putative ally, and taunted in Russian propaganda, Ukraine turned to China. …read more Source:: The New York...

      In Washington Riot, Echoes of Post-Soviet Uprisings
      Jan07

      In Washington Riot, Echoes of Post-Soviet Uprisings

      In Moscow in 1993, Eastern Ukraine in 2014, and now the U.S. Capitol, there have been a similar dress code and display of banners backing seemingly lost causes. …read more Source:: The New York...

      In Washington Riot, Echoes of Post-Soviet Uprisings
      Jan07

      In Washington Riot, Echoes of Post-Soviet Uprisings

      In Moscow in 1993, Eastern Ukraine in 2014, and now the U.S. Capitol, there have been a similar dress code and display of banners backing seemingly lost causes. …read more Source:: The New York...

      With Trump Fading, Ukraine’s President Looks to a Reset With the U.S.
      Dec19

      With Trump Fading, Ukraine’s President Looks to a Reset With the U.S.

      “They roped us in, but I think we behaved with dignity,” Volodymyr Zelensky said of his encounter with American politics. …read more Source:: The New York...

      In Nagorno-Karabakh Peace Deal, Putin Applied a Deft New Touch
      Dec01

      In Nagorno-Karabakh Peace Deal, Putin Applied a Deft New Touch

      The iron-fisted tactics used against Georgia and Ukraine seem to have fallen out of favor, replaced by a more subtle blend of soft power and an implicit military threat. …read more Source:: The New York...

      ‘I Have Never Seen so Many Toadstools.’ A Bumper Crop of Mushrooms in Ukraine
      Nov29

      ‘I Have Never Seen so Many Toadstools.’ A Bumper Crop of Mushrooms in Ukraine

      Hunting for mushrooms deep in the forest is the ideal socially distanced pastime. …read more Source:: The New York...

      A New Front Opens in the Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Borscht
      Nov04

      A New Front Opens in the Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Borscht

      “A lot of things were taken away from Ukraine, but they will not take our borscht,” said a chef who is leading a drive to recognize the soup as a Ukrainian cultural heritage. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Battling Wildfire and Pandemic, Ukraine Faces a New Foe: Landmines
      Oct03

      Battling Wildfire and Pandemic, Ukraine Faces a New Foe: Landmines

      The blaze is setting off mines and other ordnance littering the war zone in eastern Ukraine, hampering already dangerous firefighting and evacuation efforts. …read more Source:: The New York...

      On Ukraine’s Border, the Coronavirus Ends a Hasidic Pilgrimage
      Sep19

      On Ukraine’s Border, the Coronavirus Ends a Hasidic Pilgrimage

      After days of pleading to enter Ukraine despite virus travel restrictions, some pilgrims sang the country’s national anthem, to no avail. Most turned back on Friday. …read more Source:: The New York...