The Kyiv Post is Ukraine’s English-language newspaper and proud winner of the 2014 Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism.
Ukraine On The Brink: A Kyiv Post documentary series
Ukraine on the Brink - a 10 part documentary series on Ukraine's ecological crises and solutions is out now.
We are joined by the head of the project Austin Malloy who takes us through the major discoveries of the series. Hosted by Elina Kent
Coronavirus in Ukraine: What's going on?
It has been 8 months since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in Ukraine on March 3rd. Since then we have sat through a nationwide quarantine, initially for three weeks, that was prolonged several times, several adaptive measures, and changing policies.
This podcast covers the most recent coronavirus numbers, measures taken and Health Minister Stepanov’s approach. Joined by Bermet Talant and Matt Kupfer. Hosted by Elina Kent.
Democracy Dies Here? How corrupt courts are trying to kill anti-corruption infrastructure
Two corrupt courts working in tandem -- the Constitutional Court and Kyiv City Administrative Court ruled by Judge Pavlo Vovk -- have delivered serious blows to Ukraine's anti-corruption drive.
Joined by Oleksiy Sorokin, hosted by Elina Kent.
Youth voter turnout in US vs Ukraine
Early voting for the November 3rd US presidential elections has opened and there are already reports that people are waiting up to 5-11 hours to vote. Seeing as Ukraine also goes to the polls this weekend for the local elections, we’d like to know:
Would you wait hours in line to vote?
We are joined by the director of the NGO Global Office Ksana Nechyporenko to discuss their media initiative Vlipy Za Sebe. Hosted by Elina Kent.
Ukraine's vital local elections
Local elections are incredibly important. And this year’s local elections might be the most high-stakes and competitive in Ukraine’s independent history.
Staff writers Bermet Talant and Oleskiy Sorokin join to discuss Zelensky’s strange new poll and the upcoming mayoral elections. Hosted by Elina Kent.
Uncertainty Hangs Over National Bank of Ukraine
This week's topic covers the National Bank of Ukraine.
Former governor Yakiv Smolii resigned in June due to “systemic political pressure.” Since then, two deputy governors have quit and one was not given a renewal when his term ended. Several other officials resigned as well, the latest being the financial monitoring director. This raised questions: Had they also left due to pressure? Or did Smolii’s successor Kyrylo Shevchenko ask them to leave in order to bring his own team into the central bank?
We are joined by staff writer Igor Kossov.
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Дякую Helpful summary of the week’s events
A short summary of the week’s highlighted news in Ukraine. It is well done, professionally edited, informative and keeps me tied to current events.
As an international reader, I enjoy reading the Kyiv Post from time to time to learn more about what's going on in Ukraine and more specifically its ongoing war with Russia. I think that this podcast does a great job of explaining issues within Ukraine for an international audience. Looking forward to listening to more podcast episodes!