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Ksenia Medvedeva

Articles by Ksenia Medvedeva

Trouble in Tbilisi

TsibilisiSince June 20, protests have swept Georgia. The unannounced start of the protests was done as a provocation. The consequences however, are utterly painful, especially for the average citizen of Georgia.

Russia makes a comeback at PACE

It has been a hard and long struggle, but Russia has been readmitted to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). FreeWestMedia gained some exclusive insights into the struggle for return, positions and scandals.

Zelensky’s options: ‘Mythical Ukrainian roads’

KievUkraine's newly elected president Vladimir Zelensky delivered an ambiguous and populist inauguration speech. Will he be the man of words or the man of actions?

Is Ukraine’s president more than just a comedian?

KievA comedian won the presidential elections in Ukraine by such a large margin against the acting president Petro Poroshenko that the question arises: How the heck is that possible?

Has Ukraine just embraced separatism?

KievWithout blinking, Ukraine has just introduced a new language law which blatantly discriminates against at least half of its population.

Zelensky’s day

KievVladimir Zelensky is the new Ukrainian president. But who is the TV comedian who will run the scandal-prone country really?

Serious fun – Russian pranksters shed light on events in Venezuela

MoscowTwo Russian pranksters have exposed the greed driving the regime change project against Venezuela by the US State Department in daring phone conversations.

No Ukrainian song for Tel Aviv

KievUkraine failed to find a representativee for this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.

Ukraine vs Ukraine

KievThe Ukrainian parliament has approved the state's aim of joining EU and NATO. But neither seem very interested in welcoming Ukraine as a new member.

Ukraine’s elections: Aspirant overkill

KievAlmost 90 candidates want to register for the coming elections in Ukraine, and 28 aspirants have already been approved.