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Lukashenko has friends in Kyiv – but now faces increased pressure from Russia.
Some people are desperate to find a way to leave the de facto republics.
Ahead of expected infection peak, experts see financial crisis looming.
Women tell their stories of captivity in Eastern Ukraine.
Multilingual collaborations aim to improve the flow of information across the region.
1 Sep 14
Behind-the-scenes attempts to create a functioning separatist administration have failed so far.
21 Aug 14
More and more towns caught up in fighting as Ukrainian forces make inroads.
20 Aug 14
Although deal may be close, suspicions linger about real aim of purported relief effort.
18 Aug 14
Conflict risk adds to difficult operating environment for local businesses and potential investors – but there are reasons for optimism, too.
11 Aug 14
People hunt for increasingly scarce food in the shops, and dive into Soviet-era bomb shelters when the artillery opens up.
1 Aug 14
Russia expert speaks of “a fundamental change in the world order where it is possible to violate international law with impunity”.
18 Jul 14
Interview with IWPR Caucasus editor Oliver Bullough.
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