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CIUS: 4 myths about Ukraine that are not true

CIUS: 4 myths about Ukraine that are not true

by Olena Goncharova, CIUS

Editor's note: The Kyiv Independent is exclusively re-publishing reports prepared by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) of the University of Alberta. CIUS launched its Media Monitoring Service (MMS) in the spring of 2022 to identify and critically assess dominant narratives, with a special focus on disinformation, in selected

Why Ukraine likely won't hold elections next year

Why Ukraine likely won't hold elections next year

by Oleg Sukhov

When Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a fake vote to extend his mandate in March 2024, Ukraine will not be allowed to hold an election due to the martial law imposed amid Russia's aggression. This won't suddenly make Russia more democratic than Ukraine. If Russia had not invaded Ukraine, it

Marci Shore: Putin’s regime presides over destruction of Russia

Marci Shore: Putin’s regime presides over destruction of Russia

by CIUS

Editor's Note: The Kyiv Independent is exclusively re-publishing an interview with Marci Shore  prepared by Forum for Ukrainian Studies, a research publication for experts, practitioners, and academics to discuss, explore, reflect upon, develop, and transform international understanding of contemporary affairs in Ukraine. This platform is run by the Canadian Institute

Serhiy Kvit: Ukrainian universities engaged into war effort beyond expectation

Serhiy Kvit: Ukrainian universities engaged into war effort beyond expectation

by CIUS

Editor's Note: The Kyiv Independent is exclusively re-publishing an interview with Serhiy Kvit prepared by Forum for Ukrainian Studies, a research publication for experts, practitioners, and academics to discuss, explore, reflect upon, develop, and transform international understanding of contemporary affairs in Ukraine. This platform is run by the Canadian Institute

Ukraine war latest: Russian missile attack kills civilians; Ukrainian brigade reports small gains near Bakhmut

Ukraine war latest: Russian missile attack kills civilians; Ukrainian brigade reports small gains near Bakhmut

by Alexander Khrebet

Key developments on May 18: * Russian attacks kill 2, injure 5 in Odesa, Kharkiv oblasts * Ukraine's military reportedly makes gains in Bakhmut * Russian troops forcibly conscript locals in occupied territories, says official * African leaders expected to visit Moscow with 'peace mission' in June, Russian Foreign Minister says Russian May 18

War in Ukraine exposes unpreparedness of judicial system

War in Ukraine exposes unpreparedness of judicial system

by CIUS

Editor's Note: The Kyiv Independent is exclusively re-publishing an article prepared by Forum for Ukrainian Studies, a research publication for experts, practitioners, and academics to discuss, explore, reflect upon, develop, and transform international understanding of contemporary affairs in Ukraine. This platform is run by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies

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Senate Democrats back Johnson's foreign aid bills.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on April 19 that Senate Democrats will support House Speaker Mike Johnson's series of bills that includes aid for Ukraine, Israel, and other priorities if they pass the House.
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Russian attack on Kherson kills 80-year-old woman.

In a post on Telegram, the head of the city's military administration, Roman Mrochko, said the victim was walking the streets when she was hit in an attack launched from the occupied east bank of Kherson.
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Netherlands allocates over $210 million for ammunition for Ukraine.

Specifically, the country is devoting 150 million euros ($160 million) to Germany's Immediate Action on Air Defence initiative. The Netherlands has also allocated 60 million euros ($64 million) for the purchase of short-range air defense hardware, for example, to combat Russian drones.
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