Tag: Artemy Troitsky

Ukraine’s Drive to Become a European Country Leads Russians to See Their Country Isn’t One

January 14, 2015

Staunton, January 14 – Ukraine’s drive to become a European country is forcing Russians to recognize that their country isn’t one, a reflection that helps to explain why many Russians are so angry at Ukraine and so willing to accept the Kremlin’s version of events there, according to Artemy Troitsky. In a commentary in Novaya […]

Kyiv to Launch Satellite TV Broadcasts to Russia and Russian-Occupied Crimea

December 12, 2014

Staunton, December 8 – Kyiv plans to launch satellite television broadcasting to the Russian Federation and Russian-occupied Crimea, an indication that Ukrainian officials understand that their country is engaged in an information war as well as a real one on the ground and that they are ready to engage in it just as vigorously. Anton […]