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  • This week on the Sunday Show we take a look at the situation in Russia-annexed Crimea following the fatal October 17 gun and bomb attack on a college in Kerch, which left 21 people dead and dozens more injured. We discuss how Russia and Ukraine have reacted to the tragedy. 

We also bring you updates on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s successful bid for autocephaly and the news that the Russian church will be cutting ties with the Constantinople Patriarchate as a result. We discuss what this means for Ukraine and the rest of the Orthodox world.

Joining us in the studio to discuss these topics, we have Iryna Brunova-Kalisetska Executive Director at Integration and Development Center for Information and Research and Tetyana Ogarkova

      

  • ICYMI: We discuss autocephaly in Ukraine with Hromadske journalist Volodymyr Yermolenko and Loyola Marymount University professor Cyril Hovorun.

Full episode here 👉🏽 https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/the-sunday-show-with-volodymyr-yermolenko-and-archimandrite-cyril-hovorun

      

  • From DJ to soldier, then back home again: this is Anatoly Tapolsky's incredible story.

More 👉🏻https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/rehabilitation-after-donbas-war-the-soldier-dj

      

  • Ukraine is to receive autocephaly. Here's what normal citizens think.

      

  • This week on the Sunday Show, we discuss the latest from Istanbul, where a meeting of the Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarch, the highest authority in the Orthodox Church, confirmed the long-awaited news that Ukraine will receive autocephaly. Now that the Ukrainian Orthodox Church is one step closer to independence, we look at what this means for Ukraine with professor at Loyola Marymount University Archimandrite Cyril Hovorun.

We also discuss Russia’s future in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council Europe (PACE), which voted to postpone talks on the country’s reinstatement this week. Russia was stripped of its PACE voting rights in 2014, following the illegal annexation of Crimea and its involvement in the war in Donbas, but has long since lobbied for the sanctions against it to be removed. We sit down with Hromadske journalist Volodymyr Yermolenko to find out what’s next for Russia.

      

  • Ukraine's forests are in trouble.

      

  • Could Russia Leave the Council of Europe for Good? We spoke to Nils Muižnieks, former Commissioner for Human Rights. Full story ▶️ https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/out-of-sight-out-of-mind-could-russia-leave-the-council-of-europe-for-good

      

  • This 27-year-old Norwegian came to fight for Ukraine. But he was quickly expelled, and thinks it might be because of his ultra-right views.

See our full report 👉🏽https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/from-oslo-to-donbas-why-was-a-norwegian-kicked-out-of-the-ukrainian-army

      

  • "Of course we know that Russia will try to interfere in Ukraine with these elections and have some influence. Maybe we can't even call it meddling - it might be direct involvement in some ways." 

Latest Sunday Show 👉🏻https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/the-sunday-show-with-s%C3%A9bastien-gobert-and-david-m-herszenhorn

      

  • On today’s Sunday Show we are joined by independent journalist and co-founder of the Daleko-Blisko collective Sébastien Gobert, as well as Politico’s Chief Brussels correspondent David M. Herszenhorn.

We’ll be discussing some of the biggest stories from Ukraine this week, including the mounting diplomatic tensions between Ukraine and Hungary, Ukraine’s new presidential hopefuls, the expulsion of Russian intelligence officers from European countries and the investigation into Skripal suspect Anatoliy Chepiga’s links to the fugitive ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych.

We also take a look at the latest from the Ukrainian parliament with the controversial new language law and the extension of the law on the special status of Donbas.

Sébastien Gobert
independent journalist, Daleko-Blisko collective

Давид Херзенхорн (David M. Herszenhorn)
chief Brussels correspondent, Politico

      

  • We spoke with TV Rain anchor Mikhail Fishman and ECFR Senior Fellow Kadri Liik about their thoughts on the new details from the Skripal case, after it was revealed that one suspected is a highly decorated 'Hero of Russia.'

Catch the full episode 👉🏽https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/the-sunday-show-from-riga-featuring-mikhail-fishman-and-kadri-liik-with-new-skripal-case-details

      

  • Pensioners From Occupied Donbas Struggle to Get Payments

      

This week on the Sunday Show we take a look at the situation in Russia-annexed Crimea following the fatal October 17 gun and bomb attack on a college in Kerch, which left 21 people dead and dozens more injured. We discuss how Russia and Ukraine have reacted to the tragedy. We also bring you updates on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s successful bid for autocephaly and the news that the Russian church will be cutting ties with the Constantinople Patriarchate as a result. We discuss what this means for Ukraine and the rest of the Orthodox world. Joining us in the studio to discuss these topics, we have Iryna Brunova-Kalisetska Executive Director at Integration and Development Center for Information and Research and Tetyana Ogarkova

 

 

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