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In his new book, veteran war reporter Tim Judah examines the impact of ongoing conflict on the inhabitants of Ukraine. He talks to mothers, soldiers, businessmen, poets and politicians, whose memories of a contested past shape their attitudes, allegiances and hopes for the future. With Ben Judah he discusses how together their stories paint a vivid picture of a nation trapped between powerful political and historical forces.

Ben Judah is the author of Fragile Empire: How Russia Fell In and Out of Love with Vladimir Putin. His work has been featured inThe FT, The Economist, Prospect, Standpoint and Foreign Policy.  

Tim Judah is an author, reporter and political analyst for The Economist. His books include The Serbs: History, Myth and the Destruction of Yugoslavia and Kosovo: What Everyone Needs to Know.

 

Sunday, 28 February 2016

 Tim Judah examines the impact of ongoing conflict on the inhabitants of Ukraine. He talks to those whose memories of a contested past shape their attitudes, allegiances and hopes for the future. With his son Ben Judah he discusses how together their stories paint a vivid picture of a nation trapped between powerful political and historical forces.

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