The law, still to be signed by the president, is more about silencing the left than anything else.
“If you can kill a well-known person with impunity, because I'm sure no one who ordered it will be punished, then we're all just as vulnerable.”
Is rebel field commander Alexei Mozgovoi a social revolutionary or a power-hungry facilitator of mob rule?
Some reform-minded leaders in the Donetsk People's Republic want to create a socially oriented alternative to the oligarch-led government in Kiev—but will the Kremlin let them?
The cease-fire appears to be a politically useful fiction.
Tens of thousands have fled in the wake of ongoing fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
Polls show Petro Poroshenko ahead of former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko in Sunday’s election.
Ordinary people will be the undisputed losers in the International Monetary Fund’s loan deal with Ukraine.
A left-leaning student movement could provide an alternative to the right-wing dominance of Ukraine’s street protests and parliamentary politics.
Illegal waste dumps, displacement of residents, harsh retribution against local activists: Sochi has it all.