Faced with the risk of losing occupied territories in Ukraine, Russia has dramatically escalated aerial bomb attacks in Kherson
Like Sarajevo in the 1990s, the Ukrainian city of Kherson is under siege with daily bombardments – but there are only two foreign correspondents there to cover the carnage
The reported death of ‘Putin’s chef’ following his attempted mutiny against the Kremlin shows how fragile the Russian President’s grip on power now is
Bulgaria’s new pro-European Government is taking a tougher line against Moscow as Putin steps up pro-Kremlin propaganda in the region
Zarina Zabrisky explains how Putin’s seizure of the company property is just a continuation of his state-sponsored looting which began 30 years ago in St Petersburg
Zarina Zabrisky talks to survivors of the newly liberated Kharkiv region and discovers a terrifying logic of ‘psyops’ in Russian atrocities
Zarina Zabrisky speaks to Katerina Tuiziukova, a Ukrainian UN volunteer helping those fleeing Putin’s war, at a temporary refugee placement centre in Moldova
Zarina Zabrisky speaks to an engineer at the Ukrainian nuclear plant about the risks posed by Russia’s invasion and control of the facility
Zarina Zabrisky catalogues the rising suppression and prosecution of Navalny’s relatives, opposition lawyers, activists and journalists across Russia in the last few weeks
Zarina Zabrisky talks to Russian cyber warfare and security experts Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan about the Kremlin’s evolving information warfare
From the Far East to St Petersburg, Zarina Zabrisky documents the unprecedented demonstrations in Russia and talks to protestors about their demands
Zarina Zabrisky talks to Artyom Kruglov, an independent investigative journalist and Putin biographer, about the Russian President’s background
Zarina Zabrisky explains how the Russian President’s reforms to the Constitution have turned the country into an ethnostate and his rule into a dictatorship
Zarina Zabrisky reports on the repression of medics and suppression of factual reports from Russia despite its international PR exercises.
Zarina Zabrisky provides a timeline of Aleksandr Dugin’s career and his connections to Russian Intelligence.