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The Social Media Mirage

During the Delta wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, an octogenarian emeritus professor at the University of Georgia abruptly quit in the middle of a class he was teaching because a student refused to don a hygienic mask.

by Mark Andrejevic

The Coming Autumn Heat

The last few days have been emotional. On Wednesday Nadia Savchenko arrived in Kyiv to a hero’s welcome, and a plethora of speculation as to her impact on Ukraine’s political scene.

by Mychailo Wynnyckyj

In the wake of Paris bombings, shelling in the Donbas...

This week the world mourns the victims of the IS (“Islamic State”) attacks on Paris. Meanwhile, seemingly as proof of the degree to which Ukraine is peripheral to global public opinion, the resurgent conflict in Ukraine’s Donbas goes unnoticed (as do the recent bombi...

by Mychailo Wynnyckyj

Crimea: The Road to the Homeland. “The Putimentary”

March 16 was a turning point. On this day, Putin came out of hiding – both literally and figuratively. In the literal sense, Putin’s 11 day absence from public view ended during a press conference with the President of Kyrgyzstan. Although many in Ukraine and Russia ...

by Mychailo Wynnyckyj

Norway’s Badass Batons & Starlight Tours: Police in Norway Come...

The victim claims — to the denials of police — that he was “dumped in a forest, called an animal and left without shoes.“

by Shane Alexander Caldwell

Towards a proactive Russia policy: What constitutes checkmate?

Geopolitics is not chess, but the analogy works. Vladimir Putin has been playing this game with his closest neighbours (Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan) for many years, but recently it seems, the West has finally engaged (much to the Russian President’s delight...

by Mychailo Wynnyckyj
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