The Nose had a chance to talk with Ilya Ponomarev, the only member of the Russian State Duma who voted against the annexation of Crimea in 2014. He now lives in exile in California.
The Nose co-founder, Oleg Naumenko talked to Olena Sotnyk, part of Ukraine’s new generation politicians following the Euromaidan revolution.
The Nose talked to Shevket, a Crimean Tatar who left his homeland following the annexation back in March. Shevket moved with his family to Lviv where he set up a restaurant serving the traditional cuisine of his people.
On 14 July, the French embassy in Kiev became the centre point of a global protest connected to the ongoing war in Eastern Ukraine. Dozens of Ukrainians took to the streets in 22 countries to express their opposition to the French sale of Mistral warships to Russia. The contract was signed between the former President of France, Nicolas… Continue reading The Warship Controversy
Maidan is not dead – yet. Last night, its main stage hosted a concert in support of the Ukrainian army fighting in the East. For such a low-key event, the showcasing of Ukrainian talent – both young and old – was pretty formidable. With its flashmobs, poetry readings, folk songs and impassioned speeches, the cries of… Continue reading The Bright Lights of Maidan
Gogol News talked to one of the team members who organised the Mezhihirya Code – a new exhibition in Kiev, showcasing the treasures found within the ousted Ukrainian President’s abandoned residence.
An interview remembering the Euromaidan protests with activist and Cambridge student, Oleg Naumenko.