Tag Archives: Larisa Shesler

Ukraine War Day #77: Never Too Early To Think About Rebuilding

Dear Readers: Even as the war still rages on many fronts, with towns and cities falling to rubble, one after the other — there are some pockets of relative peace where constructive work is going on. Today I have a … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #70: Normal Life (concluded)

Dear Readers: Before starting: I want to mention a glitch in the Comments section on the sidebar. For some reason, some comments are not appearing this morning. I can see them (from my WordPress Administrator dashboard), but don’t see them … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #69: Normal Life (continued)

Dear Readers: Continuing to review this piece, by reporters Darya Volkova and Alyona Zadorozhnaya. Where we left off: The newly (Russian)-appointed authorities in Kherson have accepted the responsibility of securing safe water supply to Crimea. That is a core component … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #27 – A Tale Of Two Cities

Dear Readers: After a brief interruption for surreal therapy sessions and other breaking news, we return to this story about the Kherson Oblast, and its recent history. Where we left off: we saw that post-Maidan the region was flooded with … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #24

Dear Readers: I will start with a story that should be interesting to military hardware geeks and war-gamers. Military expert Yury Knutov, who curates the “Anti-Air Defense Museum” explains to reporter Andrei Rezchikov why the Russian military decided to use … Continue reading

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