Zac and Nick discuss the surprising yet not-so-surprising result of Ukraine's presidential elections, what it means for relations with Russia, and whether or not there's any life yet in the Minsk II peace process. Recorded on April 27, 2018.
It’s getting harder to see how the Minsk II accords will ever be implemented. And that might suit the Ukrainian authorities just fine.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky is now living the plot of his popular TV show. But the next act is the hardest one.
The story of the Ukraine elections is now a familiar one: establishment candidates vs. outsider dark horse.
Even a decade later, a woeful gas deal with the Russians still looms over the campaign of presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko.
Zac and Nick discuss how voters in Ukraine are responding to the same old slate of candidates ahead of presidential elections in Ukraine.
Some accuse Hungary of standing in the way of greater NATO-Ukraine integration; but in fact, Budapest is standing up for the principles of the Alliance.
NATO’s eastward drift has put Kiev in an impossible position.
The recent breach between the Russian and Ukrainian Orthodox churches is reflective of a growing nationalist trend in Ukrainian politics, and US policymakers should take note.
All the latest from the Kerch Strait crisis.