Former political prisoners say democratic shift—like the capital's flashy skyline—is merely cosmetic, with the economic crisis exposing the state’s true authoritarianism.
Refugee women and girls are in urgent need of protection as they seek safety in Turkey, Greece and in destination countries in Western Europe.
A British company hired to buy medicines for Ukraine’s health ministry has succeeded in cutting prices by up to a quarter.
Reorienting the U.S. national security establishment to focusing on Russia after 25 years of focusing on other threats is easier said than done. And that has real implications in the event of a crisis
On the 2014 campaign trail in Miskolc, Hungary, where politicians who fought for the poor Roma community were poor themselves.
The unusual things you'll see while touring the lavish estate of Ukraine's ex-president.
Ukrainians vowed to turn their ex-president’s estate into a "Museum of Corruption." But it’s something else now.
HIV/AIDS compounds the difficulties faced by Ukraine's internally displaced.
In their final report on Eastern Europe for PBS NewsHour, Pulitzer Center grantees Nick Schifrin and Zach Fannin report on U.S. and NATO troop buildup from Szczecin, Poland.
The face of Ukraine's 2014 revolution has a new goal: rooting out corruption in Odessa's customs service.
Estonia is one of the smallest countries in NATO, and it needs that alliance more than ever.
Ukraine is waging two wars: one against Russian-backed separatists in the east and another against its own internal corruption.