It’s disgusting and grotesque that the community of Kryva Lypa, the people of Lviv, the people of Ukraine, a burgeoning, nation-building democracy, are now ensnared in a modern, mass-murderous war. Continue reading My Journey into Ukraine’s Democratic Revolution: When Determined Democrats Meet Authoritarian Conspiracy Theorists
“Lviv is all hippies,” one artist told us. Here’s how the city thrives despite being on constant watch for invasion. Continue reading My Journey into Ukraine’s Democratic Revolution – Lviv: Enjoying Life with the Apocalypse
Even in the middle of a genocidal war, the Ukrainians are so democratic, they don’t mind anyone coming to their central square and saying whatever they want, our writer muses. Continue reading The Maidan’s Many Offspring: From the Streets of Kyiv to International Conferences
Many Ukrainians told Redaction they were depressed for a week or a month after the invasion but were energized by friends, the exigencies of war or Ukraine’s stoic tradition. Continue reading My journey into Ukraine’s democratic revolution: From the Magnificent Maidan to the Butchery of Bucha and Babyn Yar
Putin had to attack the democracy developing on his doorstep simply because, if Ukrainians and Russians are so alike and integrated, as he keeps saying, Russians will want democracy, too. Continue reading Meet the Kids of Maidan: Despite Tough Times, Ukraine’s Democrats and Hippies Prevail
Autistic people disproportionately suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic – and this was no different for the 700,000 people in Britain with the condition. Continue reading How autistic people were failed during the Covid-19 pandemic in Britain
Although the Martyrs’ Square in Beirut is barely filled now, the traces of the cedar revolution – dubbed fake due to the lack of results – are still visible. Continue reading “Fake Revolution”: The downturn of Lebanon
Neo-colonialism can be understood as the subtle propagation of socio-economic and political activity. Fundamentally, its aim is to reinforce political ideology and cultural subjugation. Continue reading How Beijing is ‘using anti-colonialism to get away with neo-colonialism’
Dubbed ‘Putin’s brain’, he was reviled by one Western commentator as “the most dangerous philosopher in the world”.
Some repudiate him as a Russian fascist who convinced Putin to invade Ukraine. Continue reading Russia-Ukraine War: What the Free World must know about “Putin’s brain” Alexander Dugin
After Alexei Navalny was arrested in January 2021, the opposition movement fractured.
It has fallen onto civilians to self-organise. Continue reading Russian opposition fights on post-Navalny