Discussion Review: ‘Ukraine: One Year on to Presidential Elections’ with Serhiy Leschenko – ‘an enthusiastic and cogent speaker hopeful for change’


With one year to go before the presidential elections in Ukraine, it was a full house with standing room only at the Ukrainian Institute to hear former investigative journalist Serhiy Leschenko elected to the Ukrainian parliament in 2016. Leschenko, a leading anti-corruption campaigner sees Ukraine on a cross roads between Europe and the ‘Soviet World’. …

Alison Miller | 05/06/2018

Patience is Key: Re-examining the Dayton Agreement 20 Years On, by Rachel Nicholson

Twenty years after the Dayton Agreement, the mood at the Frontline Club on Wednesday November 4th wasn’t openly optimistic. To commemorate, reflect and look ahead, Frontline arranged a panel of speakers chaired by Alan Little, who served as a correspondent in Bosnia for the BBC. The panel represented different experiences in the war and relationships…

Rachel Nicholson | 10/11/2015