Krytyka magazine

Reconciliation between parties in a violent conflict usually depends first of all on an end to the violence. In her contribution to this discussion forum, Oxana...
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After World War II, Kyiv’s large Jewish minority was quite publically marginalized by the Ukrainian leadership’s silence on Moscow’s cue. The result was a newly...
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One evening, in August 2014, Veronika was collecting her son from kindergarten in a town near Donetsk, just like every other day. A ceasefire had been promised, she...
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Imagine a worst-case scenario in which Moscow one day decides to use its full arsenal of conventional weaponry – including air as well as maritime power, advanced...
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This holiday season we invite you to join our efforts and make the gift of knowing Ukraine to the rest of the world! If you are one of the few people on this planet...
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In addition to the damage done to their individual quality of life, there are real financial costs associated with discrimination against LGBTQ persons. Preliminary...
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Low vaccination rates have a real and immediate effect on public health. Annually, two to three million childhood deaths are prevented worldwide because of the...
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Today’s popular views on drug use in Ukraine can be traced back to two different legacies of Soviet medicine. The oldest of these conforms to the Marxist view that...
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Ukraine’s 2013—2014 Revolution of Dignity triggered an outpouring of creative expression in Ukraine. The revolution itself, a grass-roots improvisation of...
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On Both Sides of the Front

Vyacheslav Likhachev ・ August 2016
It is clear that the topic of “Fascists” in the context of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict entails two dimensions: they can be provisionally described as the “real”...
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