Easter: A Symbol of Resilience in Ukraine’s Fight Against Occupiers | Ukraine in Flames

Easter: A Symbol of Resilience in Ukraine’s Fight Against Occupiers | Ukraine in Flames

The Celebration of the Resurrection of Christ in times of war takes on special symbolism. It is during such times that the spiritual foundation of existence helps to survive and preserve universal moral qualities. It is not surprising that the celebration of the main holidays – Christmas and Easter – testified to the resilience of man in opposition to the totalitarian machine of destruction during Soviet times.

The impossibility of negotiations between Zelensky and Putin | Ukraine in Flames

The impossibility of negotiations between Zelensky and Putin | Ukraine in Flames

Negotiations with the Russian Federation are possible only when Russian troops are withdrawn from the territory of Ukraine. Today, Ukraine’s position with international partners has been agreed at the political level. Everyone says that this war should end with the restoration of Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

Does “Russia” even exist? | Ukraine in Flames

Does “Russia” even exist? | Ukraine in Flames

In this episode of Ukraine in Flames, Horbach, Pavlenko, and Starodub delve into the dynamics surrounding Russia’s identity, geopolitical future, and internal stability. Our experts introduce the notion of replacing the term “Russia” with the more neutral “Northern Eurasia,” highlighting the symbolic power and mythos attached to the concept of Russia.

Regional Resilience: Ukraine’s Path to Victory | Ukraine in Flames

Regional Resilience: Ukraine’s Path to Victory | Ukraine in Flames

In this episode of Ukraine in Flames, we discuss how individual regions of Ukraine are working for victory. From Bezhin’s insights into the indispensable role of local self-governments amidst wartime challenges to Sadovyi’s emphasis on supporting armed forces, veterans, and education in Lviv, and Syniehubov’s reflections on reconstruction efforts in the Kharkiv region.