… How Telegram Became the Digital Battlefield in the Russia-Ukraine War …

Before the Russian military invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, Nataliia Nezhynska had never used Telegram. Now she can’t go a day without the messaging app. It feeds her an endless stream of updates from her native city of Kharkiv, in eastern Ukraine, to her home in Lorton, Va. “What the Army is doing, how many … Continue reading … How Telegram Became the Digital Battlefield in the Russia-Ukraine War …

… Ukrainians Find That Relatives in Russia Don’t Believe It’s a War …

...Many Ukrainians are encountering a confounding and frustrating backlash from family members in Russia who have bought into the official Kremlin messaging.   LVIV, Ukraine — Four days after Russia began dropping artillery shells on Kyiv, Misha Katsiurin, a Ukrainian restaurateur, was wondering why his father, a church custodian living in the Russian city of … Continue reading … Ukrainians Find That Relatives in Russia Don’t Believe It’s a War …

… Exclusive: Documents Reveal Erik Prince’s $10 Billion Plan …

..to Make Weapons and Create a Private Army in Ukraine On the second night of his visit to Kyiv, Erik Prince had a dinner date on his agenda. A few of his Ukrainian associates had arranged to meet the American billionaire at the Vodka Grill that evening, Feb. 23, 2020. The choice of venue seemed … Continue reading … Exclusive: Documents Reveal Erik Prince’s $10 Billion Plan …

… Who Killed Two Journalists in Ukraine? And Why?…

A complicated war. A controversial trial. A challenge to easy assumptions about good and evil on the battlefield Russian translator Andrei Mironov, left, and Italian photographer Andrea Rocchelli in Milan. (Photo by Gabriele Micalizzi/Cesura) When Russian security police summoned me to an interrogation at Moscow’s Lefortovo Prison in 1993, they allowed me to bring my … Continue reading … Who Killed Two Journalists in Ukraine? And Why?…