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  • This week we’ll be following up on what happened after Russia’s attack on Ukrainian vessels near the Kerch Strait, which led to the imposition of martial law in the at-risk regions of Ukraine. In particular, we’ll be discussing the economic effects of martial law in Ukraine and how it has affected the civil liberties of the Ukrainian people. 

We also discuss the latest on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s progress towards autocephaly ahead of the meeting of the bishops council on December 15. This is where representatives from each of Ukraine’s Orthodox churches will elect a head of the united local Orthodox Church, which will be created. 

We’ll also cover the latest from Armenia, which held its first parliamentary elections since the country’s 2018 Velvet Revolution which saw opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan come to office as Prime Minister. These snap elections were announced in October following further protests in Yerevan when the parliament passed a law essentially blocking early elections. We’ll be discussing the main takeaways from the elections and what’s happened in Armenian politics so far to get to this point. 

Joining us to discuss all this, we have:

Michael Bociurkiw 
Global affairs analyst, former OSCE SMM to Ukraine spokesperson

Archimandrite Cyril Hovorun
professor at Loyola Marymount University

Jim Brooke
Editor-in-chief, Ukraine Business News

Armenak Minasyants
Board Member, Article 3 Human Rights Center

Hosted by: Nataliya Gumenyuk

      

  • Armenians have endured war & revolutions. The resource-rich nation remains poor with a GDP per capita of just about $4,000. Here's how locals get by 👉🏽https://en.hromadske.ua/posts/how-armenia-endures-through-war-and-unrest?fbclid=IwAR3Eq6Jtv5BFrPi5ZNMg056v3cfHh_ebsflLbv79MWvpreFYK18H0rsoQMc

      

  • It’s been a difficult week for Ukraine. The Russian attack on November 25 led to three Ukrainian military vessels seized and 24 naval officers detained. Multiple servicemen suffered potentially serious injuries.

Later that evening, President Petro Poroshenko convened an emergency meeting with the nation’s war council where he proposed imposing martial law for a period of 60 days to counter further aggression from Russia.

The next day, Ukraine’s parliament held an extraordinary session on the matter and confirmed the president’s request for martial law. Amid concerns that this would affect Ukraine’s presidential elections, which officially start on December 31, as well as concerns over the restrictions on the civil liberties of citizens, the final decision on martial law stipulated that it would last only for a period of 30 days and be imposed in only 10 regions of Ukraine – those bordering Russia and the unrecognized Transnistrian republic, and the coastal regions.

The latest reports from Russian authorities say the captured personnel have been transferred from a detention center in annexed Crimea to one in Moscow.

On this week’s Sunday Show, we discuss the aftermath of the attack and the status of the captured Ukrainian naval officers. We also take a look at how Ukraine is dealing with martial law and what this means for the country.

Featuring: Deputy Chair of the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies Александр Хара (Alexander Khara), Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkey (2008-2016) Sergiy Korsunsky, Director of Ukrainian Legal Advisory Group Nadia Volkova, Deputy Director for International Affairs at the Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies Mykhailo Samus and writer and founder of Statement Email Paul Niland. 

As well as the opinions from Ukrainian lawmakers Serhiy Leshchenko (Сергій Лещенко), Олексій Рябчин (Alex Ryabchyn), and Lena Sotnyk.

Hosted by: Nataliya Gumenyuk

      

  • Martial Law in UKRAINE

      

  • Vox Pop Martial Law

      

  • Ocean Plaza Blocking

      

  • Radio communication between the Russian leadership and border guard ships

      

  • "Death to Russia! Death to Russia!" chanted outside Russian Embassy in Kyiv following the naval incident in the Kerch Straight. Smoke cannisters of some kind were also deployed.

      

  • Kerch Incident

      

  • The Sunday Show: 5 Years of Euromaidan

      

  • Stuck Between Ukraine and Hungary: Life in Transcarpathia

      

  • Stuck Between Ukraine and Hungary: Life in Transcarpathia

      

This week we’ll be following up on what happened after Russia’s attack on Ukrainian vessels near the Kerch Strait, which led to the imposition of martial law in the at-risk regions of Ukraine. In particular, we’ll be discussing the economic effects of martial law in Ukraine and how it has affected the civil liberties of the Ukrainian people. We also discuss the latest on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s progress towards autocephaly ahead of the meeting of the bishops council on December 15. This is where representatives from each of Ukraine’s Orthodox churches will elect a head of the united local Orthodox Church, which will be created. We’ll also cover the latest from Armenia, which held its first parliamentary elections since the country’s 2018 Velvet Revolution which saw opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan come to office as Prime Minister. These snap elections were announced in October following further protests in Yerevan when the parliament passed a law essentially blocking early elections. We’ll be discussing the main takeaways from the elections and what’s happened in Armenian politics so far to get to this point. Joining us to discuss all this, we have: Michael Bociurkiw Global affairs analyst, former OSCE SMM to Ukraine spokesperson Archimandrite Cyril Hovorun professor at Loyola Marymount University Jim Brooke Editor-in-chief, Ukraine Business News Armenak Minasyants Board Member, Article 3 Human Rights Center Hosted by: Nataliya Gumenyuk

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