Tag: Ukraine crisis

What 500 Days Of The Ukraine Crisis Have Taught Us

July 2, 2015

Please help The Interpreter to continue providing this valuable information service by making a donation towards our costs. Today is the 500th day of The Interpreter’s live coverage of Ukraine (read that coverage here). While the day is not an anniversary in the traditional sense, it is a milestone which marks two events — the […]

On Liveblogging

February 16, 2015

Tuesday, February 17, 2015, will mark the 365th consecutive day of The Interpreter’s “Ukraine Live” coverage. To mark the occasion Matt Sienkiewicz, Assistant Professor of Communication and International Studies at Boston College, has written an analysis of the merits of liveblogging. Two poles dominate our current information environment. On one extreme there is the developing […]

An Indulgence for Extremism in Ukraine

February 24, 2014

This editorial was published on February 19th, 2014, in the midst of the growing crisis in Ukraine (See The Interpreter’s liveblog from February 19 for additional context). It was published by the pro-Kremlin Izvestia. Note that the violent actions of the Ukrainian government, or the actions of the Russian government, are absent. Also note the […]