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Documentary about the National Guard of Ukraine
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Documentary about the National Guard of Ukraine

Documentary about the National Guard of Ukraine

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What Happened in Mariupol on May 9th, 2014

What Happened in Mariupol on May 9th, 2014

Dmytro Putiata, Andrii Karbivnychyi, Vasyl Rudyka On May 9th 2014, a group of pro-Russian militants led by the "Mongoose" tried to take control over a Mariupol city vital security site—the Police Headquarters. They planned to swiftly take over th...

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Things Are Heating Up in Sloviansk

Things Are Heating Up in Sloviansk

After the invasion of Russian sabotage groups, the situation in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions was so aggravated that it became clear that fighting near Kramatorsk and Sloviansk would be inevitable. Under these conditions, the Ukrainian command t...

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And So Began Sloviansk

And So Began Sloviansk

By early April 2014, the “Russian Spring” had all the signs that it would soon cease as a phenomenon. The regional council deputies in all Ukrainian regions did not support the demands dictated by Kremlin advisers. Those included the non-recogniti...

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Springtime for the Invader. Part 2

Springtime for the Invader. Part 2

The "People's Republics" Technology From early March to early April, the activity of pro-Russian protests began to wane. Take Donetsk as an example of the protest dynamics: the big rally on March 1st gathered up to 15,000 people, at the March 5th...

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Springtime for the Invader, Part One

Springtime for the Invader, Part One

Dmytro Putiata, Andrii Karbivnychyi, Vasyl Rudyka On 21 February 2014, the day after the shooting on Instytutska Street, Russian TV channel Den’-TV aired a story pointedly titled “How to Divide Ukraine.” Den’-TV is a news channel which offers air...

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Ukraine’s Armed Forces on the Eve of the Conflict

Ukraine’s Armed Forces on the Eve of the Conflict

Dmytro Putiata, Andrii Karbivnychyi, Vasyl Rudyka Since 1992, Ukraine had been consistently downsizing its Armed Forces. The reason was that Ukraine’s economy could not afford to maintain a large military force inherited from the Soviet Union, wh...

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U.S. Navy mine recovery

U.S. Navy mine recovery

By Lieutenant John Miller, U.S. Navy Posted in U.S. Naval Institute The U.S. Navy knows that its current adversaries pose a substantial offensive mining threat. Russia, China, and Iran each possess—and too often export—an advanced, robust, and m...

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