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Blaming the state or sharing responsibility The Ukrainian Maidan movement and changing opinions on Ukrainian and Russian corruption

This article examines how ordinary Russian and Ukrainian citizens experience and relate to extensive and pervasive corruption (high-level, everyday, political) in everyday discussions and demands – in relation to authorities, politicians, civil servants, and fellow citizens.

By Mi Lennhag Inga kommentarer till Blaming the state or sharing responsibility

Representing Genocide: ”The Nazi Massacre of Roma in Babi Yar in Soviet and Ukrainian Historical Culture”

At a symposium in March 2015, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Andrej Kotljarchuk presented the results of an ongoing research project “The Roma Genocide in Ukraine 1941-1944: History, memories and representations”.

By Andrej Kotljarchuk Inga kommentarer till ”The Nazi Massacre of Roma in Babi Yar in Soviet and Ukrainian Historical Culture”

Sacrifice is just another word for solidarity in Ukraine today

In Ukraine today, “solidarity” means self-dedication and sacrifice — and is more tangible than ever before.

By Kateryna Mishchenko Inga kommentarer till Sacrifice is just another word for solidarity in Ukraine today

Studies on men and masculinities in Ukraine Dynamics of (under) Development

Although there have been some attempts to “add men” into gender analysis, so far these attempts have primarily been made in order to balance the gender perspective and demonstrate that gender is not only about women. Critical analysis and deconstruction of men’s privileges has not yet taken place. Pro-feminist men and masculinities studies in Ukraine is emerging under rather problematic anti-feminist ideological conditions.

By Tetyana Bureychak Inga kommentarer till and masculinities in Ukraine

Ukraine: Thinking Together. “History does not happen by itself”.

An international solidarity cum discussion conference concerning the Maidan revolution and its effects, took place in Kiev during five sunny days in May 2014. ”Ukraine: Thinking Together” was arranged by the Krytyka Institute in Kiev in cooperation with American historian Timothy Snyder and American news magazine New Republic.

By Krister Eduards Inga kommentarer till Ukraine: Thinking Together.

Revolutions and their aftermath A year after Euromaidan

The roundtable at CBEES 27 March, provided the space for an academic debate in which scholars and experts could present the findings of their research and share their views on the current events in Ukraine with a broader audience.

By Julia Malitska, Olena Podolian & Yuliya Yurchuk Inga kommentarer till Revolutions and their aftermath

The Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemiloglu: ”I myself is an optimist.”

Today there is a new reign of terror against the Crimean Tatars, as well as against the Ukrainian population in Crimea. Mustafa Jemiloglu has once again been forced out from Crimea. He was after a meeting in Ankara in March refused to enter Crimea and come back to his home in Bakhchisaray.

By Peter Johnsson Inga kommentarer till The Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemiloglu: ”I myself is an optimist.”

Interview with Iryna Dovgana. The Dignity of Donbas

Iryna Dovgan is one of several women that helped Ukrainian soldiers. But she was caught and imprisoned for several days. She was beaten, injured and humiliated. Today she stands up for her rights and is running in the election campaign.

By Peter Johnsson Inga kommentarer till The Dignity of Donbas

Presidential Elections in Ukraine: Political Unification in the Midst of Rebellion

Clearly, even in this extraordinary election, as so often happens, the voters assessed alternatives rationally rather than emotionally. Peace and prosperity come first. Yet this election was more a test of personal confidence than of specific issues.

By Li Bennich-Björkman Inga kommentarer till Political Unification in the Midst of Rebellion

Russian-Ukrainian Information Wars Over the Meanings of WWII

During the May 25 presidential election, the leaders of Svoboda and the Right sector had only 1, 7 percent of support. This is, according to Lyudmyla Pavlyuk, professor in journalism in Ukraine, an argument that the Russian official propaganda about Ukraine’s “fascism” is a way to legitimize Russian policies of occupation and aggression.

By Lyudmyla Pavlyuk Inga kommentarer till Over the Meanings of WWII