Jeremy Voisin dissects Putin’s 60 Minutes interview and his ambitions in Syria and Ukraine.
Does Poland’s history affect its military response to possible threats of Russian aggression? Sandy Vingoe investigates in his latest article.
Kelly Rahardja sits down with Evgeny Afineevsky, director of Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom. His documentary about the 2013-14 Maidan protests in Ukraine won the People’s Choice Documentary Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Is Donbas more trouble than it’s worth? Matt Korda investigates why neither the Ukrainians nor the Russians seem keen to prop up the region.
The persecution of Tatars in the Russian-occupied Crimea reflects the cold truth that history has repeated itself in Crimea today.
Excerpt: As the Ukraine crisis has demonstrated, we should not assume that freedom of information necessarily leads to a more open or democratic society. Information can be harnessed and manipulated by authoritarian regimes in order to generate confusion and undermine trust in government, often with unpredictable and destabilizing effects on society.
As tensions continue to escalate in Eastern Europe over the Ukrainian conflict, Jonas argues that Canada should not shirk its military responsibilities towards the NATO mission.
In Part Two of a three-part series, Jenny examines more closely Russia’s information warfare, and the influence media had in the 2014 Ukrainian Crisis.