Dispatches from Ukraine: Chat from KyivListen now (13 min) | Hollie is back in Ukraine. In this episode, we talk about the journey back to the city and how the country has changed since she…
DISPATCHES FROM UKRAINE: What Russian Foot Soldiers Do Inside Occupied Terrain, Saboteurs Using Ambulances, Top Ballet Dancer Becomes…Listen now (18 min) | NEW! Now with additional commentary audio from Hollie
Every once in a while, you meet a sweet, special soul who tugs your heart and never lets go. For me, that was a dear friend and former Afghan…
DISPATCHES FROM UKRAINE: Mariupol Escape, Nuclear Threats, Grim Recoveries and “If everyone fought for their own convictions, there would be no war.” …
DISPATCHES FROM UKRAINE: Leaving children behind, Russian propaganda, military casualties, and Afghanistan bonus Listen now | Listen to additional audio commentary! “A hospital alone shows what war is.” - Maria Remarque, All Quiet on the Western Front While back…
Dark days for the beautiful, bleeding country
Dispatch from Hollie: A Journalist's Eye View of Kyiv and the Train Ride of Out of UkraineListen now (40 min) | McKay talks about the firsthand experience of being an independent journalist in war torn Ukraine.
From the ground in Kyiv as the war goes on...
Dispatches from Ukraine: Hollie Answers Question from Kyiv on Day 11 of the War Listen now (17 min) | Hello and welcome to another dispatch from Ukraine with Hollie McKay. Today, we're going to be asking Hollie some questions and…
Dispatch from Ukraine: Hollie Answers Internet Questions About People's Morale, Warfighting, and StrategyListen now (24 min) | Hello and welcome back to another edition of dispatches from Ukraine with Hollie McKay. Today, Hollie is going to be answering…
Dispatches: The challenges of prosecuting Russian war crimes in Ukraine, and why some U.S. allies refuse to condemn Moscow’s unprovoked warListen now | This episode includes additional audio track discussion of the challenges of war crimes investigation and conflicting viewpoints about…
“I am fifty-one years old. I have children of my own. But I still want my mama.” - Svetlana Alexievich, “Last Witnesses” INSIDE UKRAINE’S DESPERATE…