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Leaked call highlights Volodymyr Zelensky’s political inexperience.
New broadcaster will aim to combat propaganda while winning hearts and minds.
Even in developing democracies, political institutions remain vulnerable to capture by the super-rich.
Politicians turn their attention to the war-torn east.
Multidisciplinary event aims to combat disinformation and build civic resilience.
18 Jun 18
Event supports activists and journalists build networks and develop projects.
22 May 15
Trainees learn how to report safely on conflict, and receive body armour kit to help them do that.
1 Apr 15
Russian authorities close ATR television station as arrests and searches continue.
11 Mar 15
Weekly consistently criticised government’s closeness to Moscow.
25 Feb 15
Kiev has enlisted Saakashvili-era officials to help carry out badly-needed reforms.
13 Feb 15
Commentators don’t agree with Ruslan Kotsaba’s sentiments, but defend his right to express them.
14 Jan 15
The Kremlin is committing huge resources to extending its influence through spin rather than soldiers.
8 Jan 15
Local journalist on the risks people face when they cross paramilitary checkpoints.
15 Dec 14
Whatever Russia does next, the effects of the conflict in east Ukraine will be lasting.
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