Viktor Yanukovych

Manafort's past clients included notorious dictators, kleptocrats and human rights abusers.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has submitted a long list of witnesses, including Rick Gates and Tad Devine.
The former Ukrainian president was named in the indictment of Trump's former campaign chair.
Former MP Denis Voronenkov was helping the Ukrainian authorities build a treason case against Yanukovich, Ukraine’s pro-Russia former president.
The U.S. is working with Minister Avakov of the Interior Department, which has also raised eyebrows. Foreign Policy writes
Suddenly, the reporter heard that police had descended on student protesters on the Maidan and the Dane dashed out of the
Of the many foreign policy pots and pans left neglected on the next President's stove, the one marked "Ukraine" may be ready to boil over.
The alleged scandal reportedly involves Paul Manafort, who recently resigned as chairman of the Trump campaign.
It is to be hoped that the political right will not shape Ukrainian identity in the midst of war, though Donald Trump has
No visit to the capitol is complete without rubbing elbows with the great and grateful. This week, I found myself at a swanky law firm gathering where I met and chatted with Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.
U.S. law allows American prosecutors to seek prison terms or big fines against those from other countries who violate American
The Revolution of Dignity is far from finished. But "Winter on Fire" is a fitting testament to the remarkable Ukrainian people who are determined to finally become a free European nation.
On September 8, 2015, former Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma arrived in Minsk. He travelled to the Belarusian capital, as Ukraine's representative to the Trilateral Contact Group that seeks to end the conflict in Donbas.
How extreme will politics have to get before the Ukrainian establishment stands up to the far right? If the political mainstream doesn't act soon, Kiev's relationships with key diplomatic partners and even Poland could be severely tarnished.
Putin's support for Kadyrov should be conditional. However, Russia's reliance on the Chechen leader to provide security in the North Caucasus and to restrict ISIS's growth in that region makes it very difficult for Putin to change his Chechnya policy.
Are you skeptical that Moscow's crass propaganda efforts could really impact hearts and minds in Europe? Unfortunately, they not only have an impact there; those information operations are making inroads right here in the United States thanks to a senior Democratic congressman and pliable media.
Oleh Rybachuk was the Chief of Staff to former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, and the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine for European Integration from February to September 2005. Rybachuk agreed to sit down for an interview with me on July 13, 2015.