This is a story about invincibility. About a struggle against thirst, despair and deadly fatigue from which you eventually emerge victorious. It’s a love story too. Told in the special agent’s own words
20 November 2023, 05:30 — Rustem Khalilov, Yaroslav Shevchenko
Ukrainska Pravda spoke to literary critic Vira Aheieva to try to grasp the nature of Russian imperialism, the role Ukraine plays in it, how generations of Ukrainians grappled with it in the 19th and 20th centuries – and how we can avoid the mistakes they made.
What has changed in the work of the state-owned holding company since the new CEO came in, what are the priorities in the production of weapons and drones, and what is happening with the missile programme?
8 November 2023, 10:12 — Bohdan Miroshnychenko, Dmytro Dienkov
In an interview with UP, we talk about how literature and poetry influence geopolitics, why Ukrainian politicians need to study Crimean Tatar literature, and what will happen after the de-occupation of Crimea