Ukraine: Imagine a Country

Hanna Perekhoda

Communists Opposed to National Liberation

Stephen Velychenko

Rest in pieces: Russia is unofficially but systematically dismantling many monuments to Polish, Lithuanian, and Finnish victims of Soviet Terror
Olena Stepaniv, Ukrainian, the world's first female officer

Vladislav Starodubtsev

Russia’s new history textbooks teach Putin’s alternate reality

Mary Ilyushina

The Kremlin line on the Ukraine war

Dale Street

Russification In Soviet Ukraine After Stalin

John-Paul Himka

Russia: Igor Girkin/Strelkov: when the radical becomes too radical

Joshua Kroeker

‘Nazi satanists are entrenched in the holy Russian city of Kyiv’

Andrey Pertsev

The annexation of Crimea and the uprising in eastern Ukraine 2014

Martin Fahlgren

Ukraine’s history of struggle

Christopher Ford

After the silence, the time of Ukrainian memory

Patrick Le Tréhondat After Silence

The Ukrainian Nation in the Time of Lenin, Hitler, and Stalin

John-Paul Himka

A Slaughter of Jews in Ukraine

John-Paul Himka

The War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless Book

Carl Mirra

Why Ukrainian revolution matters for the Left and democratic history?

Vladyslav Starodubtsev

Ukraine myths used to justify Putin’s terror

Michael Karadjis

The Ukrainian underground university (1921-1925)

Direct Action

Ukraine makes Lindsey German distort Vietnam war

Sacha Ismail

Ukraine : Commons, journal of social criticism

Patrick Le Tréhondat

This Moscow military museum blurs history and propaganda. We visited it

Volodya Vagner

Ukrainians Wha Hae

James Rann

Marko Bojcun (1951-2023), a Ukrainian Marxist


Marko Bojcun (1951-2023): A life for socialism and Ukraine’s national rights

Dick Nichols

Our friend and comrade Mark Boytsun is gone.

Denis Pilash

Sahra Wagenknecht and her historical revisionism

João Woyzeck (BFS Zürich)

A reply to the Campist supporters of Julia Lauria, editor in chief of Consortium News, 24.2.23

Allan Armstrong

Is Russia Irredeemable?

John-Paul Himka

On the Anniversary of Russia’s War on Ukraine: Analyzing the Roots of Russian Imperialism

Dan La Botz

Ukraine: Voices of Resistance and Solidarity

Conor Kostick Donnacha Ó Bríain Halyna Herasym Nóirín Greene

Liquidating the Legacy of Revolution: Ideology of the Russian Invasion

Andreu Movtxan

Liquidating the Legacy of Revolution: Ideology of the Russian Invasion

Andriy Movchan

Holodomor: the Ukrainian famine of 1932-33

Vincent Présumey

Diplomat: Why the Minsk Agreements Failed in Ukraine

Wolfgang Sporrer Alexander Brentler

Queer Tolstoy and anti-authoritarian struggle today

Javier Sethness Castro

Ilya Repin, Ukrainian painter and the Commune of Paris

Patrick Le Trehondat

Yuliya Yurchenko: From Ukraine’s independence to Russia’s invasion

Federico Fuentes Yuliya Yurchenko

Seeing Soldiers Work: Ukrainian Cinema and the Future of Labor

Thomas Roberts

Europe’s last empire: Putin’s Ukraine war exposes Russia’s imperial identity

Botakoz Kassymbekova

Nobel Peace Prize winner Alexander Cherkasov: ‘The history of post-Soviet Russia is a chain of wars, crimes and impunity’

Gonzalo Moncloa Allison

The film ‘Pamfir’ on ideology, culture and (de)colonisation

Yuliia Leites

Ukraine: The cities of the Donbass were incubators of loyalty to the Russian and then Soviet imperial project

Hanna Perekhoda Gwendal Piégais

Russia and South Africa: the oppressors make a deal

Bob Myers

How Western scholars overlooked Russian imperialism

Botakoz Kassymbekova

How Western scholars overlooked Russian imperialism

Botakoz Kassymbekova

USA: What are the Lessons of Vietnam for Ukraine Today?

Stephen R. Shalom Dan La Botz

Ukrainians Demand Their Place in Art History

Lisa Korneichuk

The People’s Republic of Crimea (1917-1918)

Vladyslav Starodubtsev

Why the cult of Stepan Bandera should be buried

Boris Oglavenko, Dmitro Mrychnyk

Ukrainian art still colonized in Western museums

Patrick Le Tréhondat

Changing My Mind On Ukraine

John Feffer

Leftists supporting Putin are ‘idiots’, say anarchists from Ukraine

Tom Coburg

Ukraine and Its Language in the Political Imagination of the Russian Nation and Empire

Hanna Perekhoda

Remembrance done wrong. Patriotic narratives, Left-wing history and constructed imageries of Ukrainian national remembrance policies

Vladislav Starodubtsev

Questions about Ukraine

Daria Saburova

The Politics of Watching: documentary visions of the Ukrainian East

Victoria Donovan Darya Tsymbalyuk

The tragedy of the Ukrainian working class


Ukraine’s Geopolitical Precarity

John-Paul Himka

Does Ukraine Need Russian Culture to Win the War Against Russia?

Irina Zherebkina

Who Invented “Historical Russia” and Why?

Andrey Oleynikov

The Conquest of Ukraine and the History of Russian Imperialism

Zbigniew Marcin Kowalewski

Socialist Internationalism and the Ukraine War

Rohini Hensman

The Truth About Ukrainian Nationalism and Claims It's Tainted by Nazism

Liza Rozovsky

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Is a Colonial War

Amy Goodman, Timothy Snyder, Nermeen Shaikh

Ukraine: The Oligarchic Rebellion In The Donbas

Zbigniew Marcin Kowalewski

A Brief History of Ukraine

John-Paul Himka

Cancel culture vs. execute culture: Why Russian manuscripts don’t burn, but Ukrainian manuscripts burn all too well

Amelina Victoria

Ukraine’s Socialist Heritage

John-Paul Himka

No messing around with nation states


The Great Famine of 1932 – 33 in Soviet Ukraine: Causes and Consequences

Christopher Ford Bohdan Krawchenko

Holodomor: the Ukrainian famine of 1932-33

Vincent Présumey

The Ukrainian Presidential Elections

Oleksandr Kravchuk Taras Bilous

Russian White Guards in the Donbass

Zbigniew Marcin Kowalewski

Ukrainian Collaboration in the Extermination of the Jews During the Second World War: Sorting Out the Long-Term and Conjunctural Factors

John-Paul Himka

Ukraine: Co-operative movement

Vsevolod Holubnychy Illia Vytanovych

Ukrainian Writers and Poets

Vladyslav Starodubtsev