Maria Snegovaya

Russians Still Support Ukraine's Rebels Despite the Malaysia Airlines Disaster
Until the Kremlin loosens its grip on the media, don't expect much to change
July 21, 2014

The Kremlin's tight grip on the media is partially to blame.

Putin Is Behaving in Ukraine Like Milosevic Did in Serbia
History repeats itself
June 19, 2014

History repeats itself. 

Despite Pro-Russian Protests, Majority of Ukrainians Lean Toward Europe
April 14, 2014

Vladimir Putin should be given credit for strengthening Ukraine’s national identity—the very existence of which he has so persistently denied.

Face It: The West is Already "Accepting" Putin's Actions
March 19, 2014

Recent events show that Putin might understand the world order and the nature of political systems better than most analysts and policymakers.

Russia's Crimean Invasion Is the Beginning of War in Ukraine
March 11, 2014

It’s not a matter of if, but when the Ukrainian conflict will escalate.