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🎙️ War in Ukraine | Rebuilding Ukraine In this final episode of our podcast series, we speak to @VPrystaiko  and Georgiy Kassianov on what it will take for UA to recover from the invasion. Listen 🎧 in full:

🎙️ War in Ukraine | Rebuilding Ukraine In this final episode of our podcast series, we speak to @VPrystaiko  and Georgiy Kassianov on what it will take for UA to recover from the invasion. Listen 🎧 in full:

🎙️ War in Ukraine | Rebuilding Ukraine In this final episode of our podcast series, we speak to @VPrystaiko  and Georgiy Kassianov on what it will take for UA to recover from the invasion. Listen 🎧 in full:

🎙️ War in Ukraine | Rebuilding Ukraine In this final episode of our podcast series, we speak to @VPrystaiko  and Georgiy Kassianov on what it will take for UA to recover from the invasion. Listen 🎧 in full:

🎙️ War in Ukraine | Rebuilding Ukraine In this final episode of our podcast series, we speak to @VPrystaiko  and Georgiy Kassianov on what it will take for UA to recover from the invasion. Listen 🎧 in full:

🎙️ War in Ukraine | Rebuilding Ukraine In this final episode of our podcast series, we speak to @VPrystaiko  and Georgiy Kassianov on what it will take for UA to recover from the invasion. Listen 🎧 in full:

Both Russia and Ukraine are guilty of distorting the historical record for modern purposes, writes Georgiy Kasianov. But while Putin turns to the past to justify expansion and aggression, Ukrainians do so in self-defense.

Russia’s war on Ukraine is part of a larger quest to define the history of both countries, argues Georgiy Kasianov. At the heart of Putin’s attack is the violent collision of two fundamentally incompatible historical narratives.

Russia’s war on Ukraine is part of a larger quest to define the history of both countries, argues Georgiy Kasianov. At the heart of Putin’s attack is the violent collision of two fundamentally incompatible historical narratives.

The war in Ukraine is very much about the past, argues Georgiy Kasianov. Putin justifies his aggression by arguing that the two countries are fundamentally the same, while many of Ukraine’s defenders are driven by a fiercely nationalist vision of history.

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The war in Ukraine is very much about the past, writes Georgiy Kasianov. Putin justifies his aggression by arguing that the two countries are fundamentally the same, while many of Ukraine’s defenders are driven by a fiercely nationalist vision of history.

Whereas Putin attempts to revive Russia’s imperial past, Ukrainians see their history as a long and existential struggle for sovereignty. Georgiy Kasianov discusses how these competing interpretations of history are fueling today’s war.

Whereas Putin attempts to revive Russia’s imperial past, Ukrainians see their history as a long and existential struggle for sovereignty. Georgiy Kasianov explains how these competing interpretations of history are fueling today’s war.

A curse upon you! With the wings of a bat! With the blood of a serpent! I shall curse you! Curse you! Viy (1967) dir. Konstantin Ershov & Georgiy Kropachyov

Manafort meeting in madrid in Jan 2017 with ex Russian embassy official then working for Deripaska, Georgiy Oganov

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Instead of banning journos, Ukraine should get justice for Georgiy Gongadze, killed 15 yrs ago

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