There are few things more unsettling than the impact of Russian propaganda on the world. These manipulative attempts to deceive and manipulate the public to achieve political goals pose a threat to democracies and our freedoms.
Currently, the hospital accommodates about 300 children of all ages. Halyna, the medical director of the clinic, takes us on a tour of the hospital and emotionally recounts the first months of the cruel war.
Freedom - a word with many meanings. For some, it's just a term, but for others, it's an indispensable value that determines their lives and actions. Freedom is at the core of the liberal context and is also crucial for Ukraine.
Since 2014, Ukraine has been affected by a conflict that was triggered by the Russian aggression on Crimea and the subsequent separatist war in the Donbass region. The conflict has resulted in thousands of deaths and injuries, with millions of Ukrainians being displaced.
In Ukraine, women fight against a murderous system that comes from Russia. Against rape and deportation. In Iran, women are fighting against compulsory headscarves and access to the education system. In Sudan, women fight against female genital mutilation. The list goes on for a long time.
Until recently, I was planning to publish my new article about the sacralization of women in Ukrainian society with different words, but having already completed my text and worked on my editing, I was scrolling through the feed on Instagram and came across a poem from my close friend Artur Dron.
A woman is a writer, volunteer and doctor. A woman is a teacher, an artist and avenger. A woman is a human rights defender and an innovator. A woman is a scientist. A woman is a singer and an actress. A woman is a postman. Ultimately a woman is a warrior.
The Group for Analyzing and Measuring Attitudes in Iran (GAMAAN) has recently released a report on "Iranians’ Attitudes Toward the 2022 Nationwide Protests".1 This report provides us with important insights about the situat
“We are faced with a choice between slavery and freedom. We choose freedom!" said Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in the German Bundestag back in 1952. His words are to be understood in the context of the world situation between East and West at this time. It was about Germany's status back then.