How Ukraine’s statehood collapsed in the 17th and 18th centuries
|1 August, 2019||Society|
What does Ukraine have to offer against the Russian myth of “the glorious victory of Russian military power”?
|12 January, 2019||History|
Where did one of the most negative myths about Hetman Skoropadsky come from?
|21 December, 2015||Society|
Ukrainians tend to get their stereotypes about the "DPR" primarily from distorted media reports and have not been to Donetsk or other currently "republican" cities since they were seized. Some had a little experience of life in "Novorossia" and left, still believing that nothing has changed there since summer 2014.
|17 June, 2015||History|
Empires are fated to drag along with them a cast iron wreath of invincibility and lead chains of infallibility. An empire can never lose or make a mistake, otherwise, it’s not really an empire
|8 September, 2011|
There is a strong sense these days that any monopoly government will inevitably fail
|1 August, 2011||World|
Russian myths about a “common victorious war” result from distorted terminology and historical facts
|13 May, 2011||Politics|
How Soviet myths about the “Great Patriotic War” and the “Great Victory” were created and what they concealed
|21 January, 2011||History|
Contrary to ephemeral statements by the Kremlin about “de-Stalinization,” the Russian propaganda machine is actively establishing historical myths first produced under Stalin