The New York Times
A Ukrainian philosopher on what Putin never understood about Ukraine
“Well, in a sense, he, with his action, of course, he provoked a counteraction. And Ukrainian identity became much more inclusive. So as I said, for example, his idea that Russian speakers would sympathize with Russia, would align themselves with Russia, proved to be totally wrong,” Volodymyr Yermolenko, Director of Analytics at Internews Ukraine and UkraineWorld's told in a podcast about the formation of Ukrainian identity, spirit of freedom, definitions of time and home change during war.