Feb. 22, 14:52
From Wednesday foreigners who are residents of Ukraine, have no previous convictions and meet the requirements for military service can serve in the National Guard of Ukraine.
Feb. 21, 12:59
The Amsterdam Court of Appeals rules that the Kremlin owes private shareholders of the Yukos energy company $50B and allows for liquidation of Moscow assets abroad to recoup the cash.
Jan. 29, 13:56
Does the Russian regime intend to commit another genocide of Ukrainians? The Centre for Strategic Communication has analyzed Putin’s latest statements for the presence of genocidal rhetoric.
Jan. 17, 15:38
The Russian proto-celebrities who bared nearly all in December’s “Almost Naked Party” in Moscow’s Mutabor nightclub who thought their problems had gone away were sadly (for them) wrong.
Jan. 11, 12:37
In response to the memo from the National Security Council to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the administration “welcomes in principle” a bill that would allow it to confiscate these funds.
Jan. 5, 07:05
The new law aims to ensure that the country's leader will enjoy full immunity and financial security at the end of his time in office and termination of his powers.
Nov. 26, 2023
Even as the repression of the Putin regime continues, the number of Russians that disapprove of their government's actions, particularly in respect of the war in Ukraine, is growing.
Nov. 18, 2023
It is one of the unforgiving principles of the laws of armed conflict that even when one side in a war commits crimes that violate the law, the other is still bound to uphold it.
Nov. 10, 2023
The Ukrainian Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights concluded that the proposed draft law to allow those of military age to go abroad is unconstitutional and too open to different interpretations.
Jan. 3, 2023
The State Regulatory Service has drafted a bill proposing to increase by at least 100 times fines for officials guilty of excessive administrative pressure on businesses.
Sep. 19, 2022
When you are setting up a Ukrainian operation with 100% foreign ownership, you will need to hire local staff, at the very least an accountant and a director. In Ukraine, hiring local staff boils down
War in Ukraine
Aug. 4, 2022
The UN secretary-general announced Wednesday he will launch a fact-finding mission to uncover the “truths” about a jail where dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war died in a bombing strike last week. K
War in Ukraine
Aug. 3, 2022
Ukraine’s top prosecutor, Andriy Kostin, announced during Monday’s telethon that his office was launching an internal investigation of the nation’s prosecutors in the previously occupied territories o
War in Ukraine
Jul. 22, 2022
Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Smyrnov and Ambassador-at-Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Anton Korynevych held a meeting with representatives of foreign media, d