Nataliya Gumenyuk

Ukrainian journalist specializing in conflict reporting and foreign affairs. Head of independent TV-channels Hromadske and Hromadske International. Gumenyuk covered the Euromaidan Revolution of 2013–14, the annexation of Crimea, and the conflict in eastern Ukraine (Donbas). She has reported from nearly fifty countries; a collection of her journalism was published in 2015 under the title Maidan Tahrir. In Search of the Lost Revolution. She was named one of New Europe’s 100 Top Leaders in 2017.

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Cover for: Damage done

Damage done

The Trump–Ukraine controversy in perspective

Coverage of the Trump–Ukraine controversy has focused on the political fall-out in the US. But the harm done to Ukraine may be much more severe and enduring. Not only has US military aid been made conditional, but even worse: the credibility of the US as ally and example in the fight against corruption has been destroyed, writes the head of Hromadske TV.